Amsterdam offers an excellent variety of accommodation, ranging from the most basic and cheapest type of backpacker hostels to the most lavish hotels featuring five-star facilities. However, this is a city of extravagance and art, which is reflected by the large number of excellent boutique hotels that can be found in Amsterdam.
NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market
With 233 rooms, the new 4-star NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market is situated in a landmark 1920s building in the historic city centre of the Dutch capital. The building was originally designed by the architect G.J. Rutgers and has a national listed status. After closing for six months to undergo a complete renovation, what was the former NH Carlton Amsterdam has now become part of the Company’s premium NH Collection brand. This hotel is super stylish with its design incorporating influences of Amsterdam as well as the nearby Flower Market. For leisure guests the hotel is ideally positioned in the city with most tourist attractions being a short walk away.
Sir Albert Hotel
This leading luxury boutique hotel which was a former diamond factory is designed around the ‘modern aristocratic’ lifestyle of its eponymous, but fictional, patron. Culture vultures will find that Museum Square and Rijksmuseum are just 600 metres away, while bicycle rental is available for those who want to venture further afield. With high ceilings and large windows, rooms at Sir Albert merge historical detail with clean, modern style and their luxurious beds, made with our 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton bedding collection guarantee a good night sleep. Sir Albert Hotel is famous for the onsite IZAKAYA, Asian Kitchen & Bar, which treats diners to authentic Asian flavours in a contemporary setting.
Citizen M Amsterdam
With its fun, funky, and very colourful décor, Citizen M Amsterdam is sure to appeal to style lovers. This is the place where cool contemporary styling meets modern luxury. The establishment can be found just a short stroll from Amsterdam Zuid train station, which is easily reached easily by tram and train. There are just over two hundred rooms for guests to choose from each featuring a power rain shower, an LCD TV and huge oversized beds set with Frette linen. Gadget lovers will want to spend plenty of time adjusting the colour mood lighting and playing with the other features on the touch screen MoodPad.
SWEETS Hotel Amsterdam
Amsterdam is famous for its canals and bridge houses can be found all over the city. SWEETS has created a collection of 28 iconic bridge houses and transformed them into large and very stylish suites. Each suite can be found in a slightly different location and boasts a unique style. Guests are sure to enjoy checking out the different suites and deciding which one suits their unique sense of style. Whether it be the Kattenslootbrug that has been designed in tribute to a 1950s Amsterdam school or the 17th century Amstelschutsluis, guests can be sure that they will be treated to a very memorable stay.
Canal House Amsterdam
Set in the very heart of the Jordaan district, Canal House is an uber chic 23 bedroom boutique hotel that can be found right on the edge of the Keizergracht. This collection of former and seventeenth century merchants’ houses have been fully revamped and feature a glamorous contemporary design that is very comfortable. In addition to their own private spaces, guests are treated to large and lavish shared amenities such as the large garden. The Garden House and Summer House have been designed for private gatherings, while there are several on site eateries to choose from.
Hotel V Nesplein
Set on a peaceful residential street in the theatre district, Hotel V Nesplein is a charming mid-century modern-style boutique hotel. Guests are sure to love the loft-style rooms, which boasts an industrial style that is lavished with plenty of luxurious touches. The rooms that are located at the backside of the hotel offer plenty of peace and quiet, while locals and visitors alike gather at the onsite restaurant and bar in the evenings. The hotels restaurant ‘The Lobby’ is the perfect place to dine in style while indulging in a spot of people watching, while the terrace is a great place to relax with a cup of coffee. Many of Amsterdam’s top attractions such as the Anne Frank House can easily be reached on foot from Hotel V Nesplein making it an place to unwind after seeing the sites.
This stunning 19th century house was once home to a celebrated Dutch artist and combines luxurious and artistic touches with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. People who stay at Breitner House can start their day with a sumptuous champagne breakfast, which is served in the period dining room that overlooks a large and lovely park. Each of the suites here is extremely spacious and comes complete with a separate bathroom and drawing room. Guests are treated to plenty of modern touches, while those who secure Isaac Israel’s suite will be treated to a garden terrace.