Located in the Hererengracht, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Waldorf Astoria is made up of six 17th-century canal palaces. And yes, it is as magical as it sounds.
With an earlier reputation, the 111-room Amsterdam outpost of this boutique chain's former home to Meyer checks its location- and IT-factor boxes.
Located throughout the city, each canal-front suite feels quite isolated from the history and industrial imports some are national monuments.
From humble beginnings as a World War II-era guesthouse to its current status as one of the city's best, this family-run hotel has stayed true to its roots.
Renovated in 2016, this 225-room hotel is situated within 25 otherwise untouched canal houses on picturesque Prinsengracht.
Part of Sofitel's luxurious M Galleries chain, the INK Hotel - a name that honors the building's origins as a newspaper office - is a modern, 149-room 'bohemian lifestyle hotel.
The sleek, modernist exterior reveals a warm and inviting hotel that blends a mid-century aesthetic with contemporary sensibilities.
Perfect for travelers who are prone to homesickness, Zoku's short- and long-term concept revolves around creating customizable, home-away-from-home lofts.
Located in the heart of Amsterdam, this bold and artsy hotel is all about the creative side of life and it doesn't take its concept lightly. throughout its communal areas.
Airport hotels are known to be sad, transitory places—but this definitely isn't the case. Except for the fancy decor, but the kitchen is open 24/7.