My Favorite Boutique Hotels in Amsterdam

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Updated: May 25, 2022
By Santorini Dave

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The Best Boutique Hotels in Amsterdam

1. Pulitzer

Pulitzer Amsterdam hotel in the Western Canal Ring
Hotel phone: +31 20 523 5235
This is one of my favorite hotels in Amsterdam and it’s always a treat for me to stay here. It’s a gorgeous hotel made up of twenty-five 17th and 18th century canal houses. It has a private boat for canal cruises, a courtyard garden, and lovely restaurant, café, and bar. Each room and suite is unique in size, layout, and décor, but all include bicycle repair kits and marble bathrooms. Top tier Extraordinary Suites are themed (Book, Art, Antique, and Music) and all boast canal views, a custom bar setup, and private entrances. Ideal location in the Western Canal Ring in the Nine Streets neighborhood on the Prinsingracht canal, just a short walk to Jordaan and the Anne Frank House. I love the bike tire patch kit that’s provided in each room.
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2. The Dylan

The Dylan Hotel in the Western Canal Ring
Hotel phone: +31 20 530 2010
Erstwhile Golden Age theatre turned into a luxury boutique hotel with a 17th-century stone gate, understated elegance, and clean lines. The rooms and suites are spread across 2 canal-side buildings, come in four different styles, and feature a mix of antique, vintage, and contemporary furnishings. Michelin-starred casual restaurant, lively bar, and award-winning service complete the experience. In the heart of the canal ring, the location is ideal for sightseeing on foot, as well as shopping and dining out.
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3. Misc Eatdrinksleep

Misc Eatdrinksleep Hotel in the Medieval Center
Hotel phone: +31 20 330 6241
Cozy, historic canal house-turned-hotel with just 6 suites perched above a charming cocktail bar. Larger rooms enjoy canal views, while smaller rooms face toward a garden. Complimentary breakfast is served downstairs daily from 9:00 a.m. until noon. The bar, Rosalia’s Menagerie, is among the very best in Amsterdam. Wonderful location in the Medieval Center, near Nieuwmarkt Square, Rembrandt House, and Dam Square.
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4. The Toren

The Toren hotel in the Western Canal Ring
Hotel phone: +31 20 622 6033
Opulent hotel with a trendy cocktail bar, traditional silent garden, and sumptuous décor in bold colors. The hotel spreads over two 17th century canal houses, former homes to Dutch trade merchants. Located in the Western Canal Ring, The Toren is just a short walk from Amsterdam’s top attractions, including the Anne Frank House, Dam Square, and the Nine Streets shopping district.
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5. TwentySeven

Hotel TwentySeven in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Hotel phone: +31 20 218 2180
This opulent and elegant boutique hotel in the heart of the city offers 16 individually designed suites in a 1916 building. Period features include decorative tiling, stained glass, luxurious fabrics, a rich crimson and gold color scheme, and carefully curated CoBrA art collection. All suites have palatial marble bathrooms with whirlpool baths and rain showers. The on-site bar is one of Amsterdam’s best, but it’s the highly personalized service that sets the hotel apart.
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6. Sir Albert

Sir Albert Hotel in De Pijp
Hotel phone: +31 20 305 3020
Hip hotel with a stylish Japanese fusion restaurant and bar, a cozy study with a fireplace, and canal views. Rooms and suites feature high ceilings, large windows letting in lots of natural lights, and super comfy bedding. What sets Sir Albert apart is their experience collection, offering everything from joint-rolling classes, private canal cruises, a guided record store shopping trip, and a day spent in a bike building studio. Awesome location in De Pijp, easy walking distance to Alberty Cuyp Market, the Heineken Experience, and the Museum Quarter.
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7. Crane Faralda

Crane Hotel Faralda in Amsterdam Noord
Hotel phone: +31 20 760 6161
A wild hotel inside a converted harbor crane. This adults-only hotel features a rooftop jacuzzi, bungee jumping, expansive views, and a studio hosting music, burlesque, and private events. Its 3 designer suites are all split level, each with a completely different aesthetic but all with steeps step and rainfall showers. Located in the industrial-chic Amsterdam Noord neighborhood, just steps from NDSM-werf, an urban beach, and a handful of hipster restaurants. A free ferry connects this neighborhood to Centraal Station and the Medieval Center.
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8. Seven One Seven

Hotel Seven One Seven in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Hotel phone: +31 20 427 0717
Intimate boutique retreat in a sumptuous 19th-century canal-side mansion in the heart of the historic canal ring. All 9 rooms are inspired by famous writers, artists, and composers, and feature old-fashioned brass keys, unique decor, luxurious fabrics, period furniture, designer pieces and art, and Nespresso machines. Guests can nurse a brandy by the library fireplace or enjoy afternoon tea on the patio with personalized, unobtrusive service.
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9. Ambassade

Ambassade Hotel in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Hotel phone: +31 20 555 0222
My son and I stayed here after a recent bike trip to the north of Amsterdam. Located in the historic canal ring, this literary and artistic haunt offers 56 individually decorated rooms spread across 10 beautifully renovated canal houses. Original features such as beamed ceilings, art collection, and antique Louis XV and Louis XVI furniture complement modern in-room amenities and Bulgari bathroom products. Colorful rooms feature sumptuous fabrics and prints and canal views. On-site dining is excellent, and the staff is extremely helpful.
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10. Estheréa

Hotel Estheréa in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Hotel phone: +30 20 624 5146
Historic sumptuousness on the edge of the Medieval Center. Originally built in 1942 as a guesthouse, this 4-star family-run hotel is spread across 8 canal-side buildings and features dark wood, crystal chandeliers, boldly-patterned prints, luxurious fabrics, and four-poster beds in many rooms. Rooms are individually decorated, and some have open-plan bathrooms. Service is warm and helpful.
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