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Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht

Whimsy on the canal

from$239*(USD)night
Includes all taxes & fees
Perks
worth over
$190(USD)
  • $100 Resort credit
  • Daily Breakfast For 2
  • Room upgrade on arrival, if available
  • Early check-in based on availability
  • Late check-out based on availability
  • All-day impromptu drinks in the library
  • Complimentary Minibar with non-alcoholic beverages and snacks
  • Free Wi-Fi
*Based on a 5 night stay, from Thu, Mar 4 to Tue, Mar 9. view this rate

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht

Whimsy on the canal

What it is

A playful design hotel on one of Amsterdam’s prettiest canals.

What it isn't

Demure, easily digested, or quiet. This place has character and it’s not afraid to be bold.

What we think

In the center of Amsterdam’s UNESCO-protected Canal District, the Andaz overlooks the Prinsengracht, or Prince's Canal—fittingly, if you consider the property a precocious scion next to its more regal neighbors. The stylish new occupant of a former public library, the 122-room hotel was designed by Marcel Wanders in a style that could be thought of as the Dutch answer to Philippe Starck: bright red chairs reminiscent of oversized tulips, wooden clogs hung on bedroom walls, oversize photographs of fish. As at other properties under Hyatt's trend-conscious brand, the lobby is devoid of a check-in counter, opting instead for a fleet of dapper, tablet-toting gents who check you in and take care of any and all questions. The atrium-like space also hosts a buzzy, local-filled bar and, off to the side, Bluespoon, where Swiss chef Julien Piguet creates seasonal French-style fare that emphasizes its local origin. Check the menu for notes on the provenance of the ingredients—like the honey from the beehives up on the roof.

You're here because

You want to pair luxe comfort with a witty dose of tongue-in-cheek Dutch design.

The Moment

As you ascend in the glass elevator, the Atrium carpet’s detailing becomes clear. It’s a map of the world from the Dutch Age of Discovery. And as you continue to rise, you realize that the the ceiling is, in turn, a rendering of the stars the explorers used to navigate.

Location

On the Prinsengracht, an easy walk (or hotel-supplied blue bicycle ride) to the Anne Frank House, Jordaan’s art galleries and cafés, and the high-end boutiques of Negen Straatjes (Nine Streets).

Prinsengracht 587
Amsterdam, 1016 HT
NH, Netherlands

Restaraunts & Bars

Bluespoon - Farm-to-table European cuisine with a Dutch twist

Bluespoon Bar - Handcrafted cocktails and bar snacks in a speakeasy atmosphere

Family activities

Biking, touring historic museums and exploring the city.