Stayed in Amsterdam many times and it's a very nice hotels. This was by far my favorite. I say at the end is on Fifth Avenue in New York City and when I saw it was in Amsterdam I decided to stay there. Everything was awesome from the Decour to the location to the staff. I would highly recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Toronto
The hotel offers 122 artistically inspired spacious guestrooms and suites ranging between 27 to 141 sq.More
I have been to Amsterdam many times and stayed at many good hotels there.
This was the nicest, coolest hotel I have stayed at in Amsterdam.
It's in a great location, easy to walk to many of the best spots in Amsterdam.
Our room was excellent, service was excellent.
The restaurant and bar are both really good.
There is free wifi all over the hotel and they have computers in the lobby as well.
Only complaint I have is that there is not a good dedicated place for clothes.
I would try to stay In the Hoxton again if I go back, it's that good.
Traveller from NY
The Hoxton Amsterdam is made up of a series of five canal houses overlooking both the Herengracht and Singel canals. The …More
The staff were the most attentive I have seen...always looking out for you and taking initiative. Hotel itself is absolutely beautiful with amazing amenities. Restaurants nearby are excellent and everything is walkable. Overall fantastic hotel!
Traveller from Toronto, ON
Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam is a unique 5-star hotel created by combining six monumental 17th and 18th century canal palaces …More
I really enjoyed this hotel. It had a great location very near the Van Gogh museum and Rijksmuseum and it wasn't far from central district either. The entire staff were terrific! They were courteous, friendly and very helpful. My room was very spacious and clean. I also had a very good dinner and breakfast in the restaurant. It was also very reasonably priced I thought since it was such a nice place. I would definitely return and recommend it to others.
The classic Amsterdam image of stately canals, the Canal Loop is principally the Herengracht and Keizersgracht, lined with gracious tall 17th and 18th-century houses. Some of these are now museums, most notably the eccentric Kattenkabinet. The Amstel is a more down-to-earth waterway, lined with houseboats and famous for its classic much–photographed Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge). The floating Flower Market is also a much-loved canal feature.