Amstelhotel in Amsterdam - Stock Image

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The Amstel Hotel has taken a significant place in the Dutch history of hotels. Since the opening in 1867 the InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam has been recognised as the Netherlands’ first and most renowned Grand Hotel and ranks with the best hotels in the world. Before the opening Amsterdam did not have a hotel in the grand manner. It was Doctor Samuel Sarphati who took the initiative to build the Amstel hotel. Unfortunately he died in June 1866 through which he could never see his dream realised. The first years after the opening were not glorious and they started to think about closing the hotel. Although the French-German war started in 1870, business was improving that year. A young doctor by the name of Mezger began his practice in the hotel and attracted a special clientele.
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