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Andaz Amsterdam Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

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Drinking in the speakeasy-inspired Bluespoon Bar
Video installations on every floor
Having your four-legged friends catered to

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The Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht is an interactive, experiential hotel that focuses on exceptional art and design. The creative atmosphere is exquisitely showcased by way of large video installations that adorn each floor and the library.

Queen rooms start at $355

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Jog around the city's canals with the GM on his weekly morning runs on Wednesday mornings.

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  • Vibe and atmosphere

    A far cry from a traditional hotel, this Andaz purposefully has no doormen, front desk, or name tags, and the staff doesn't wear uniforms—resulting in a relaxed, super-cool vibe. Designed by visionary Marcel Wanders, the hotel’s concept is lively and inspiring, yet homely and down to earth.
  • Overall look and feel of the rooms

    Rooms are fresh, bright, airy and perfectly exemplify modern-day Amsterdam; they feature full-length mirrors, Geneva sound systems with iPod docks, lighting and dimming controls, and a bounty of books to honor the building’s history as a library.
  • Service style

    The concierge's main goal is to let every guest experience Amsterdam like a local—they're more than happy to recommend under-the-radar joints or arrange bicycle picnics for guests.
  • Preferred room type

    The Prinsengracht Suite includes a large outdoor terrace with prime canal views that’s great for entertaining.
  • Unique property features

    Guests planning to bring dogs along should request the Andaz Dog Service, which includes a Fatboy dog bed, dog bowl by Alessi, mineral water, and dog snacks.
Area Highlights

Amsterdam

What goes on there

Commuter boats coast along the Prinsengracht canal; locals pay respect at Anne Frank's historic home; and locals lounge outside the quaint bistros alongside the water.

Who will love it

Artists and young-at-heart urbanites

Where to go to feel like a local

Dig into the French toast at Helena Primakoff before gazing at local art at low-key galleries such as Aschenbach & Hofland. After catching a jazz show at Bimhuis, try the local gin while marveling at the centuries-old construction of De Engelse Reet bar.