Style: 5-star Luxury Boutique Hotel Perfect for: Private and social events, meetings, business, leisure, weekend escapes, spa,
Area: Located where the financial, cultural and shopping districts converge
Since the opening in 1867 the InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam has been celebrated as the most beautiful and luxurious hotels in the Netherlands and ranks with the best hotels in the world. The stately hotel elegantly dominates a quiet, though central section of the Amstel River bank and is within walking distance of the famous Dutch canals.

Converted in 1992 to allow for the creation of a series of executive rooms and larger luxury suites, each room now exudes the grace and elegance of a grand European estate. Perfectly suited for business or pleasure, all rooms feature air-conditioning and satellite television receiving all the major national and international channels. The rooms and suites also feature personal voice mail, multiple telephones, fax machines and stereo sound system, complemented by the guest's favourite CDs and movies. The hotel is also equipped with wireless Internet access in all rooms and suites as well as in the public areas.

The Royal Suite is in itself a complete apartment with lounge, dining room, kitchen, hall, two bathrooms and bedrooms, while both duplex suites provide tranquil views over Old Amsterdam. The marble bathrooms are fitted with a separate toilet and shower with an over-sized shower head that simulates a gushing waterfall.

The Michelin-starred La Rive is one of the most popular places to eat in the city and is complimented by the Amstel Brassiere, Lounge and terraces to provide for all tastes and occasions.

The hotel features an impeccably maintained and run Spa alongside a health and fitness centre equipped with state-of-the art cardio and weight training equipment, a sparkling Jacuzzi and nutritious snacks.

For well over a hundred years the InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam has been at the heart and soul of the Nehtherlands and by combining traditional elegance with modern luxury looks set to do so for many years to come.


The hotel's Michelin-starred restaurant headed up by Amstel's Executive Chef de Cuisine Roger Rassin has been considered for many years as one of the top gourmet venues in the country. Each dish is a culinary masterpiece in its own right with its roots in classical French tradition but with regard to the current trend in healthy eating. To complement Rassin's gourmet ...
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creations the restaurant features a spectacular Wine Room complete with several rare vintages. A meal at 'La Rive' is a true culinary experience in one of the world's finest restaurants.


The elegant decor and rich traditional character of the six banqueting suites have made the Amstel the premier meeting place for Amsterdam's smartest and most elegant business and social gatherings. The Amstel's 'f'rom boardroom to ballroom' concept offers the perfect option for meetings for up to 180 guests, receptions for 350, dinner and cocktails for 175, or an intimate lunch ...
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for 10. The spectacular Spiegelzaal (Mirror Room) reflects all the elegance of Amsterdam's most famous ballroom. All six banqueting suites enjoy natural daylight and many also offer stunning views over the Amstel River. Additionally, all rooms have been installed with state-of-the-art audio-visual and telecommunication equipment. Guests can also profit from a state-of -the art Business Centre.


The hotel has a long history of inspiring guests to be more health conscious: as long ago as 1870, Doctor John Mezger introduced medical gymnastic exercises and massage to the hotel. Europe's nobility flocked to the Amstel and its Health and Fitness Club continues this tradition today.

The club is fully equipped with a large heated indoor pool, Jacuzzi, ...
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sauna, cold plunge, fitness studio, Turkish bath and solarium. Experienced masseurs and trainers are always on hand to ensure that guests receive the same level of service in the Club as is so in evidence throughout the rest of the hotel.
  • Hermitage Amsterdam (2 minutes)
  • Rijksmuen (5 minutes)
  • Van Gogh Museum (5 minutes)
  • Shopping District (2 minutes)
  • Concert Hall (5 minutes)
  • Dam Square (8 minutes)
  • Vondelpark (6 minutes)
Figures in brackets show the travel time by car from the hotel
  • Subway stations are a convenient way to get around Amsterdam
  • Tain and tram are also widely used.
  • Taxis are plentiful in the city.
  • A limousine service is available.
  • La Rive Restaurant - Classic French Cuisine
  • Amstel Bar & Brassiere - Casual dining
  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • Health Spa and Club
  • Pool
  • Hotel shops
  • Business Services
  • Rental bikes
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