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Are you looking for the best boutique hotels in Amsterdam? In the list below you will find the most amazing, beautiful and well-located hotels in Amsterdam. The Dutch capital is home to many wonderful hotels, fit for all sorts of travellers. This guide brings you boutique hotels in Amsterdam with spa facilities, amazing restaurants and even hotels dedicated to great Dutch masters. 

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14x Best boutique hotels in Amsterdam

Boutique Hotel The Noblemen

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One of the finest boutique hotels in Amsterdam is Boutique Hotel The Noblemen. Set in a stunning historical house, the hotel has three bespoke rooms all dedicated to a Dutch nobleman of the 17th century. You may find yourself sleeping in a room dedicated to Abel Tasman or Rembrandt. The hotel has a sauna. Boutique Hotel The Noblemen is close to all the top sights, within a 15-minute stroll you’re able to visit Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum.

Hotel TwentySeven

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There can’t be a more centrally located boutique hotel in Amsterdam than Hotel TwentySeven, overlooking the Royal Palace on Dam Square. The rooms are individually decorated with warm and dark wood, fabrics, carpets and sofas befitting a hotel celebrating a 17th-century Amsterdam, but with all the modern fixtures, too. Guests will enjoy the art pieces from the Cobra gallery, as well as the modern, marble bathrooms with steam shower and bubble bath. On-site restaurant Bougainville, awarded with a Michelin star, provides the most amazing gastronomical miracles made possible by chef Chef Tim Golsteijn. 

The Dylan

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The Dylan is probably the most famous off all boutique hotels in Amsterdam. The hotel is set in a former 17th-century theater and was designed and styled by the same studio that worked on Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum. The museum is a little hidden away from all the bustle of the city with its own secluded courtyard and a boat service especially for guests. The fourty rooms have been decorated in four themes, raging from contemporary to warm and golden. Some rooms still have the original beams. Try the High Wine by Michelin wining restaurant Vinkeles, which is The Dylan’s on-site restaurant.

Hotel Estheréa

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Hotel Estheréa has to be one of the most colourful boutique hotels in Amsterdam. All rooms are designed and cared for with precision by Caroline and Frieda. The rooms are decorated on lush and rich fabrics, some overlooking the canal. The breakfast of Hotel Estheréa is absolutely scrumptious and guest can enjoy complimentary coffee, tea and hot chocolate in the cosy lounge overlooking the canal. 

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Hotel Jakarta

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Hotel Jakarta is such a lush and lovely place that it simply has to make this list of boutique hotels in Amsterdam. The hotel is located along the IJ river, not far from Amsterdam Central Station. Simply hop on your bike to discover the city or take one of the free ferries to explore the lesser-known parts of Amsterdam. Hotel Jakarta is a sustainable hotel with large rooms (and extremely comfortable beds) offering a river view. There is a spa and a swimmingpool to relax in after a day of sight-seeing. The on-site Indonesian restaurants is one of the best in the city.

INK Hotel Amsterdam

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INK Hotel Amsterdam is located in a beautiful old building where Dutch renowed magazine De Tijd used to be made. Stories were written here in ink and the hotel is a tribute to that day and age. The rooms of the INK Hotel have the pre-war feeling of luxury, with rooms designed by CONCRETE Architects. On weekends the on-site restaurant PRESSROOM is the perfect place for brunch dinner.

Mr. Jordaan

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Stay in Amsterdam’s liveliest neighbourhood Jordaan at namesake Mr. Jordaan. The hotel is located at Bloemgracht in a beautifil 17th century building surrounded by authentic Amsterdam cafés, colourful shops and funky art studios. The owner of the hotel started hus business by renting out his couch, the couch became a room, the room became a whole floor and now there’s a whole hotel: Mr. Jordaan. With rooms that have wooden Amsterdam houses as headboards and where you will no doubt feel absolutely at home, insantly.

Sir Adam Hotel

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The Sir Adam Hotel has, without a doubt, the best views over the city. The hotel is located on the other side of the IJ river, in a large converted concrete skyscraper. From your room you will have a view over the beautiful skyline of Amsterdam, which you can only see from this part of the city. The Sir Adam Hotel is industrial, contemporary, colourful and most of all fun. With wooden fictures, nice linnens and vintage accessories. Located on the top floor of this skyscraper is the famous A’dam Lookout observation deck (entrance is free with your I Amsterdam City Card) where you can sit on the great swings that dangle above the city. 

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Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht

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Quirky, colourful and super centrally located. What’s not to love about Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht. Dutch designer Marcel Wanders completely transformed an old library into a hotels where Dutch history seeps through the design. The tulip chairs, quirky sculpture garden, silverwear fish wallpaper and street art walls will defintely put a smile on your face. On-site Barstro Prins & Aap is a great place for drinks, no matter what hour of the day you visit and top sights like Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum and Moco Museum are all less than a 15-minute walk away. 

Hotel Arena

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Located 10 minutes from the city centre, Hotel Arena is (to my knowledge) one of the first boutique hotels in Amsterdam to call itsself that. Hotel Arena is located in a former nurding home and orphenage in one of Amsterdam’s most beautiful parks, Oosterpark. The rooms have high ceilings, large windows, original ornaments en wooden beams: every rooms is decorated differently. On-sire café-restaurant PARK is one of the nicest places to have a bite to eat in Amsterdam.

Monet Garden

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Monet Garden is one of the loveliest boutique hotels in Amsterdam, with rooms offering both canal and gardens views. The rooms are decorated in soft colours and floral textiles with a bathroom equipped with a walk-in rainshower. The breakfast at Monet Garden is extenstive with freshly baked waffles, eggs, fruit and sweet breads. After a day of sightseeing guests can relax at the bar and enjoy a Dutch gin &tonic or a local craft beer.

Hotel Mercier

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Hotel Mercier is a lovely boutique hotel in Amsterdam. Set in a stunning historical building on Rozenstraat, with lots of original details still visible for guests. The location is excellent, with top sights like the Anne Frank House within a 5-minute walk reach. Rooms are equipped with fun textiles and soft coloured furnitoure, as well as original beams and clawfoot bath tubs.

The Hoxton Lloyd Amsterdam

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The Hoxton Lloyd Amsterdam is located close to Amstedam central station, set in the historical Lloyd Building. The rooms are decorated in warm tones and textiles. You’ll feel right at home. There is a really nice restaurant on-site and you can’t beat the hotel’s outdoor terrace when the sun is out. Several trams stop in front of the hotel to take you to all the top sights in the city.

Max Brown Hotel Canal District

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Staying at Max Brown Hotel Canal District in Amsterdam is all about meeting like-minded travellers and sharing tips and experiences. Walking into Max Brown Hotel Canal District is more like walking into a (very well designed) house of a friend than a hotel. Max Brown Hotel Canal District is set in a very cute historical house at one of the most promenent canals of Amsterdam. The rooms are decorated in fresh and light colours, which offer canal or garden views. Larger rooms, such as family rooms and triple rooms, are also available.

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Amsterdam boutique hotels: 14x the best boutique hotels in Amsterdam | Your Dutch Guide
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