All of the elegance and service you expect from a Waldorf Astoria hotel, set along the iconic Amsterdam canals, the Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam boasts unparalleled luxury and character. Treat yourself to opulent comfort inside and charming views outside while you experience the quintessence of international hospitality.
The hotel occupies six 17th and 18th century double-front canal palaces, each a study in period glamour with contemporary appeal. The interior features a grand staircase built by Daniel Marot, famed architect of the court of Louis XIV. Going to great lengths to preserve the historical character of the palaces, the hotel has retained many of the Rococo details, including the 18th century wall paintings perfectly preserved in the Maurer private dining room.
The Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam’s 93 rooms and suites are spacious, well-appointed, and filled with premium amenities. Every room boasts a lovely view of either the UNESCO World Heritage Herengracht (Gentlemen’s canal), or exquisite Dutch gardens. Proving the value of elegance through simplicity, the rooms incorporate soothing color palettes, and clear technology systems. The rooms are laid-out with the modern guest in mind, incorporating all the expected connectivity and security in the most user-friendly systems available.
A personal concierge is indicative of the customized service you can expect throughout your stay. The staff has perfected the careful balance of privacy and attention. They are at the guests’ constant disposal, but light-handed enough to make you feel as though you are in your own private home.
You’ll want for nothing during your stay. The hotel grounds include a cozy bar for evening cocktails and a restaurant offering international cuisine from chef Librije Zusje. After a day of touring Amsterdam and its surrounds, take advantage of the Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam’s Guerlain spa, pool, and fitness center where you can unwind at whatever pace you choose.Request Information