From boutique hotels to design hotels, there are so many trendy hotels in Amsterdam. I think that a hotel can really affect your trip, so I always try to find out what the most contemporary hotels are. Are you planning a city trip to Amsterdam and do you also love sleeping in cool and unique hotels? Then check out this list with trendy hotels in Amsterdam. Enjoy your stay!
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18 X best Trendy Hotels in Amsterdam for your stay
The Hoxton: The Hoxton Amsterdam is an industrial yet modern hotel located within five canal houses in the canal district. Perfect location! The rooms are divided into five size categories: from shoebox rooms to roomy rooms. If you’re hungry you can go to the hotel’s restaurant; Lotti’s. Italian dishes with Dutch influences.
Herengracht 255, Amsterdam – thehoxton.com
Zoku Amsterdam: Zoku Amsterdam is a lifestyle hotel located in the vibrant Amsterdam East. The hotel has 133 units, most of which are small, spacious apartments. Every 30m2 unit is equipped with an elevated sleeping area, a small kitchenette, and a desk. Zoku also has social spaces including a bar, living room, living kitchen and a communal working space. Perfect for a living/working combination.
Weesperstraat 105, Amsterdam – livezoku.com
Sir Adam: Sir Adam Amsterdam is located on the first eight floors of the city’s iconic A’DAM Tower in Amsterdam North. This design hotel is designed by ICRAVE with industrial-chic interiors, and has a breathtaking view of the IJ and the city center.
7 Overhoeksplein, Amsterdam – sirhotels.com
Conscious Hotel – The Tire Station: a sustainable, design hotel located so close to the Vondelpark that you can hear the birds chirping. The Tire Station has its own bakery and restaurant where you can get amazing, organic food.
Overtoom 519, Amsterdam – conscioushotels.com
Morgan & Mees: the interior of this hotel matches the characteristics of the monumental building, but with a modern twist. The location is also ideal; 500 meters from the Jordaan, how great is that?!
Tweede Hugo de Grootstraat 2-6, Amsterdam – morganandmees.com
Sir Albert Hotel: located in an old diamond factory, Sir Albert Hotel Amsterdam is a design hotel with a charming and modern atmosphere. Sir Albert Hotel can be found in the Pijp, surrounded by many nice bars, cafés and restaurants which are nice to check out. Though it is also nice to go to the hotel restaurant, Izakaya: Asian dishes made on the Japanese Robata grill.
Albert Cuypstraat 2-6, Amsterdam – sirhotels.com
Generator Amsterdam: this design hostel is located in Amsterdam East and overlooks Oosterpark. Generator Amsterdam is located in the former zoological university building, where the lecture hall has been transformed into a lounge and bar. Perfect to relax after a long day of sightseeing! Each room has a private bathroom and shower, and they also offer premium, private rooms.
Mauritskade 57, Amsterdam – generatorhostels.com
Volkshotel: located Amsterdam East in the former office on the newspaper De Volkskrant, Volkshotel has given the building new life with its hip and bold interior, restaurant, club, and a rooftop bar-restaurant.
Wibautstraat 150, Amsterdam- volkshotel.nl
W Hotel: The W Hotel Amsterdam brings a bit of a New York feel to Amsterdam with its classic yet edgy design. The hotel is located in the center of Amsterdam, with a view of the Royal Palace, and has a rooftop lounge bar that you’ll fall in love with immediately.
Spuistraat 175, Amsterdam – wamsterdam.nl
Hotel V Nesplein: a hip hotel located on the street of Amsterdam that focuses on the city’s alternative theatre scene. The design of this hotel shows the inspiring and authentic side of Amsterdam, and the location helps with that as well. A few meters away from the Dam, it can’t get any more central than that!
Nes 49, Amsterdam – hotelvnesplein.nl
Pulitzer: located close to the Anne Frank House, the Pulitzer Hotel is made up of 25 canal houses across two canals. A lot of the original Dutch art and craftsmanship is still intact, but there is also a lot of modern art displayed throughout the hotel. And if that isn’t exciting enough, the hotel also has a beautiful and peaceful inner garden.
Prinsengracht 315 – 331, Amsterdam – pulitzeramsterdam.com
Hotel V Fizeaustraat: Hotel V Fizeaustraat Amsterdam is located near Amstel Station where you can take the tram or metro to the city center. The hotel is styled with touches of the 70s and relaxed vibes that results in a very creative design. In the hotel you can find The Lobby which is a cafe/restaurant/bar; a “culinary living lobby”.
Fizeaustraat 2, Amsterdam – hotelvfizeaustraat.nl
Hotel Dwars: Hotel Dwars Amsterdam is close to one of the best streets of Amsterdam: the Utrechtsestraat! This boutique hotel with nine rooms is the perfect place to relax after a day of shopping, eating, and exploring everything else the city has to offer.
Utrechtsedwarsstraat 79, Amsterdam – hoteldwars.com
Hotel Not Hotel: Hotel Not Hotel doesn’t just have rooms, but more so works of art with their own identity made by their own creator. How cool would it be to sleep in a special room like in a tram cart? You can do it all at Hotel Not Hotel Amsterdam!
Piri Reisplein 34, Amsterdam – hotelnothotel.com
Andaz: located on the Prinsengracht, Hotel Andaz Amsterdam is surrounded by the city’s beautiful canals. Designed by architect and designer Marcel Wanders, the hotel features video art and original art pieces around every corner.
Prinsengracht 587, Amsterdam – andazhotel.com
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Hotel De Hallen: a design hotel that gives you a WOW feeling from the second you enter! There is design everywhere around you. And if that isn’t great enough, the location of Hotel De Hallen Amsterdam is also perfect; in Amsterdam West, right next to De Foodhallen. So good! Read more about Yourlbb’s experience at Hotel De Hallen here.
Bellamyplein 47, Amsterdam – hoteldehallen.com
Pillows Anna van den Vondel: a timeless and elegant boutique hotel with views of Amsterdam townhouses and the Vondelpark. The rooms are beautiful and some of them even have their own terrace or balcony. The private garden and living room area are a great place to relax after a busy day in the city center.
Anna van den Vondelstraat 6, Amsterdam – pillowshotels.com
INK Hotel: located in the former home of Dutch newspaper De Tijd, INK Hotel Amsterdam has kept this as a recurring theme throughout the hotel, and even won the European Hotel Design Award in multiple categories. The design hotel is located in the center of Amsterdam and has a hip restaurant called The Pressroom.
Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 67, Amsterdam – inkhotel.com
Hopefully you will enjoy your stay in one of these trendy hotels in Amsterdam!
THINGS TO DO:
⋙ Canal Cruise by day or in the evening
⋙ A bike tour through Amsterdam OR Rent a bike by yourself
⋙ The best view over Amsterdam from the A’DAM Lookout
⋙ Visit Artis Royal Zoo
⋙ Rijksmuseum with the Dutch masters
⋙ Van Gogh Museum, a staple in Amsterdam
⋙ Stedelijk Museum for modern art lovers
⋙ MOCO Museum for street art
⋙ Photography museum FOAM
⋙ Amsterdam Light Festival (during winter months)
⋙ Cruise like a local with your own boat (great with good weather!)
ONE OF A KIND:
⋙ Discover the Instagrammable experience WONDR
⋙ Red Light District tour
⋙ Get out of town and into the Dutch country side of Giethoorn
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