Amsterdam is a popular destination for tourists as well as for business guests. To meet demand, new locations are being added and existing hotels are expanding on a constant basis. Stay up to date with the latest in hotel development in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area.
With new buildings and the biggest hotel in the Benelux on the way, the Zuidas is developing into an even more attractive residential and business location.
Amsterdam is developing as a hotspot for the gaming industry, with the new Arcade Hotel and the upcoming Casual Connect Europe conference.
The new hotel concept is designed for anyone who needs to stay a bit longer in Amsterdam, for up to six months.
The latest branch of the successful German hotel chain Motel One has opened in Amsterdam.
The Generator brand of hostels is coming to Amsterdam. Their new Gen Amsterdam hostel will form part of the city’s growing hotel landscape.
Booking.com, the Amsterdam-based global leader in online bookings, is to expand its presence in Amsterdam by renting a large office space in Piet Hein Buildings, next to the Passenger Terminal Amsterdam.
On 21 September, Amsterdam will welcome the arrival of the W Amsterdam hotel. This will mark the Dutch debut of the hotel chain W Hotels Worldwide, which is part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide.
2014 has proved to be a highly successful year for hotels in Amsterdam, and a recent report by the consultancy PWC states that there is room for further growth.
Soho House, a private club for those active in the film, media and creative industries, is planning to open a hotel in Amsterdam.
The Toren hotel, located on the prestigious Keizergracht in Amsterdam, has been voted best hotel in the Netherlands by travel website Tripadvisor for the fourth consecutive time.
Amsterdam offers tourists a wide range of accommodation, and among them are a great selection of high-end options, as recognised by the recent winners at the World Luxury Hotel Awards.
The German hotel chain Maritim Group is planning to build one of Europe’s biggest congress hotels in Amsterdam. The new hotel will be located on the “Overhoeks strip” next to the A’DAM tower (formerly known as Overhoeks).
The European lifestyle boutique hotel Sir will debut a second hotel – Sir Adam – to be located in the A'DAM tower, one of Amsterdam’s most promising upcoming hotspots. The new hotel is scheduled to open in 2016.
The Amsterdam RAI Exhibition & Convention Centre has confirmed new plans for expansion. The envisioned on-site four-star hotel will offer a minimum of 650 rooms and construction is slated to begin in mid-2016.
On 1 May 2014, Hilton Worldwide’s Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts opened a new property belonging to the legendary hotel brand in Amsterdam.
2013 was a successful year for Amsterdam’s hotels, according to a study by consultancy firm Horwath HTL. In addition, Horwath expect further growth for the hotel business in Amsterdam this year.
The Faralda NDSM Crane Hotel Amsterdam, located at the top of a former industrial crane, celebrated its official opening with a spectacular party.
On 14 March 2014, construction of a new Courtyard by Marriott hotel began at Atlas ArenA Amsterdam.
According to recent research by PwC, the revenue per average hotel room (RevPAR) in Amsterdam rose by 2.9% in 2013.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide has announced that its W Hotel brand will make its Dutch debut in the capital.