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What We Love

  • A chic stay at a contemporary Amsterdam hotel, with breakfast and a stocked minibarThe tastefully chic contemporary design of the hotel's interiors
  • Staying so close to Museumplein and Vondelpark, but just outside the bustle of the city center
  • Waking up to the organic breakfast options that feature fresh, local ingredients

What To Know

  • Guestrooms have blackout blinds so you'll sleep soundly
  • The hotel puts you within walking distance of De Hallen, the Rijksmuseum, and the Van Gogh Museum
  • Free WiFi is fast and reliable
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A hip, modern hotel in a central location, just a short stroll from Vondelpark and the iconic Museumplein

The Lowdown

The Amadi Park Hotel is a stylish, modern pad – the perfect base from which to explore the progressive and bohemian city of Amsterdam. This is a destination that needs little introduction, and one stroll around the famous Canal Ring will have you under its spell. As one of the most stunning cities in Europe, the Dutch capital is packed with antique havens, hipster cafés and pioneering restaurants, plus the coffeeshops and iconic Red Light District that make it such a culturally charged place.
From classic 17th-century Dutch style right up to the modernist Amsterdam School, design is paramount to the city – and this is echoed at the Amadi Park Hotel. The steel-and-glass atrium at the center of the building hints at the contemporary interiors of the rooms, which offer a modernist aesthetic typical of current Dutch design. Couple this with its environmentally friendly credentials and organic breakfast options, and the Amadi Park Hotel embraces a thoroughly modern approach to ensuring your comfort and relaxation.


The Double Deluxe rooms showcase elegant contemporary design, with stylish patterns on the walls and a thoroughly minimalist feel. The colors are muted and modern, with grays and soft golds creating a relaxing atmosphere to retreat to after haggling at Waterloopleinmarkt or exploring the Rijksmuseum. An en-suite bathroom and a Nespresso coffee machine make this feel every bit a home away from home.  


Breakfast is served in a stylish breakfast room, typifying the attention to design throughout the hotel. Ingredients are organic andlocally sourced, and efforts are made to minimize food waste as much as possible, staying in line with the eco-friendly nature of this hotel.


The hotel is practically on the doorstep of Vondelpark, which in turn makes it a short walk from Museumplein, the area that’s home to the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum. From here you’re a short hop from the start of the Canal Ring and the rest of downtown. If you want to explore the city, rent a bike and cruise with the locals or hop onto the tram right outside. Go for a meal at one of the chic restaurants in Jordaan, or browse for souvenirs at the bustling markets in Waterlooplein. The local area has plenty to offer as well, with cultural centers, like the local De Hallen, offering galleries, an art house cinema and a street-food hall. 

How to Get There

Amadi Park Hotel
Eerste Constantijn Huygensstraat 26G
Amsterdam, 1054 BR United States


4.0 Very Good 409 Reviews
great choice
Reviewed 3 days ago

Modern hotel, very clean, good location and the absolute best staff u can ever find. Free coffee, tea and water at all time, plus one soft drink and one beer a day. The only negative thing is that there isn't any fitness room (but I knew it before going there), but in general a perfect stay. fully recommended.

Dirty sheets and stained bathroom floor
Reviewed 1 week ago

I had read the reviews which warned that the single room is very small, but functional for a single traveler. Check-in was very simple on the 4th floor, then a quick trip down to my room on the second floor. As soon as I entered it was clear that small was an understatement. There was not even enough room to leave my suitcase open, so I had to completely empty it into the small cabinet which was extremely hot because the minibar was in its base. I hurried off to dinner with friends and did not return until 2:00 am. When I turned down the sheets, it was clear that they were quite dirty. At that hour I just wanted to sleep, so I slept on top of the duvet. In the morning I went up to the 4th-floor office, where they berated me as to why I did not call to have my room cleaned at 2 am in the morning...really! When I returned that evening, they insisted that the room was clean. Their evidence that they claimed that I was the first ever complaint in the hotel's history of their housekeepers making a mistake. The only good thing about my stay was that this hotel, which is no way 4-Star, was within 10 tram stops of everywhere I wanted to go during my stay.

Awesome Hotel!
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Hotel is an excellent option, location is very good, chick area, quite, close to the central city, a lot of restaurants and shops in walking distance, rent bikes near by, public transportation and walk are all good options.
I recommend the breakfast is all organic, local sources, Ellena is an awesome staff member as the rest of the staff, she cooks awesome scramble eggs....or anything you would like.
The hotel has a cell phone for you to use during your stay, this is a great option to use the map or check some restaurants or local information.
You also get a water, soft drink, and a beer for free every day, as well Nespresso coffee in your room!
I got a single room, it is small, but not bad, enough to sleep and relax.
Everyone speak very good english too.
Highly recommended!!

Cute, quaint and homely.
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This hotel was a cute find. Right by the city centre, in a beautiful apartment complex, surrounded by lots of cool restaurants, coffee shops (actual bakery types) and supermarkets.

Staff were really nice too, check in was a breeze.

The room itself was spacious, decor and floors were a little dated, but it was still very much cosy. My only 'issue' was the shower set up, it's important to have hooks and racks to hold soaps, and other bathroom bits and bobs. I had to pop my things on the floor. Considering how big the shower is, this should be an easy fix. A slightly bigger TV for such a large room would make sense too.

Otherwise, it was a lovely stay, with a great - cooked upon request - breakfast. I would definitely stay here again.

Standard room
Reviewed 1 month ago

We booked the room trough goto in haugesund. We booked a standard room and expected a 4 star hotel as normal. At first we came into the reception wich was on the 4th floor, and it looked like a hotelroom with a desk, very small. And the room was even smaller, we could not walk on the floor beside the bed because we had to have our suitcase there. It did not look like the standard-room wich they show on their website». And the room where not really cleaned(they gave us a new room when we told them that, so they could clean the room before we could go back again). The breakfast hall was way to small, and the breakfast was bread with butter and jam or you could ask them to make omelett. We did not get a hotell-feeling in this hotel and we where very disapointed.