Relax and recharge at the Guerlain Spa. Facilities include a lounge, sauna, and steam room.
The individual gardens of the six properties have been joined to form a single garden, while maintaining their unique character.
Take a dip in the indoor pool with a relaxing water feature. Guests must book a 90-minute spa service to access the pool.
Stay on top of your fitness routine during your time in Amsterdam. Our gym is equipped with state-of-the-art cardio and weight machines.
- Self ParkingUnavailable
- Valet Parking90.00€
- Secure ParkingAvailable
- Covered ParkingAvailable
- In/Out ParkingAvailable
- Other Parking InformationValet Parking charges are 90€/24H and 10€/1H
- Pets AllowedYes
- Pet PolicyPets allowed, 85.00€ non-refundable fee, 34 kg maximum, The dog fee includes a setup for your dog as well as a dog minibar.
- Service Pets InformationWhen your reservation is submitted, the hotel will be notified that you are traveling with a service animal.
- Max SizeSmall
- Max Weight34 kg
- Pet Fee85.00€ Non-refundable
Free standard in-room and lobby WiFi
This property is 100% non-smoking. The smoking fee is 500 euros per day.
Cancellation policies may vary depending on the rate or dates of your reservation. Please refer to your reservation confirmation to verify your cancellation policy. If you need further assistance, call the hotel directly or contact customer service. Alternatively, you can cancel your reservation online.
- Check-in3:00 PM
- Check-out12:00 PM
- Minimum Age To Register18
- Early Check-out FeeBefore noon
- Late Check-out Feeafter check out time, upon availability
- Accepted credit cards
- American Express
- China Union Pay
- Diner's Club
- Maestro / Switch
A Rich History
Our hotel is a treasure of Amsterdam’s Golden Age, when the city was the mercantile capital of the world.
The six adjoined canal palaces mirror the taste and character of their 17th century owners.
Each residence has a unique façade, made up of rare and imported materials, custom details, and personal touches.
Through the Ages
- Look closely at the entrance staircase and you will see the letter "H" repeatedly formed in the wood. It stands for the Hooft family that used to live in the palace.
- The armillary in our Peacock Alley was originally a navigation tool used by sailors. They used it navigate their ships by determining the position of the sun and stars. It hearkens back to the Dutch maritime history of trading during the Golden Century.
- Peacock Alley's colour palette reflects the hues used by Johannes Vermeer. The cool blue on the walls mimics the shade in his famous paintings.
- From 1950 – 2014, the palaces became the home of a financial institution. Over the years, several mergers transformed the building's identity into offices. The properties found new life as the Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam. A hidden hand-painted ceiling discovered during the hotel's renovations adds a unique touch to what is now the remarkable Backer Suite.