Best Hotels in the Netherlands
This modern hotel offers soothing, Japanese-influenced style on the Amstel Canal.
Japanese-born Baron Kishichiro Okura studied at Cambridge and raced cars in Surrey in the early 1900s. It’s not surprising that the hotel chain that bears his name exhibits the best of two worlds, with its fine-tuned attention to art, creature comforts and refined cuisine. Amenities in the guest rooms and suites are notable: Nespresso machines, LCD TVs, rain forest showers and 24-hour room service. Executive Lounge rooms are designed for business travelers, with free-standing desks, adjustable chairs and access to the Executive Lounge, which includes coffee, tea and small bites; international and domestic newspapers; a mini-business center and a private meeting room for up to six.
Nagomi Spa & Health offers a stunning spa space done in silvery taupe tones, while the wellness facilities include an indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, saunas, fitness equipment with trainers and a signature Jet Lag Program.
As pièce de résistance of the sleek Okura? Hotel's collection of restaurant is among the best in the city. Yamazato serves classic kaiseki cuisine, Serre offers casual international dishes, and Ciel Bleu presents creative seasonal fare in an ethereal setting with 23rd-floor views. Comprehensive renovations transformed the superlative meeting and event spaces into some of the most stylish in the city. With conference and exhibition space for up to 2,500 attendees, the hotel offers spouse programs, a freight lift for cars and a superb complementary location near the RAI Conference Centre.
Hotel Okura Amsterdam is featured on
Reserve Your Room
Best price guaranteed