Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam

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The Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam occupies six, monumental canal houses from the 17th and 18th centuries that sit along the Herengracht (or “Gentleman’s Canal”). The Herengracht is one of the three main canals in Amsterdam, built during the Dutch Golden Age when the city became the mercantile capital of the world. Suites, meeting rooms, and the ballroom are named after prominent individuals who preserved these historic residences for later generations to appreciate. Every guestroom, loft, and suite is unique, as they reflect the original architectural significance of the canal buildings. The Herengracht is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the greater area attracts countless tourists each year. Guests can enjoy beautiful renditions of classical pieces at the National Opera and Ballet, admire the art of the Old Masters at the Gallery of the Golden Age, and dine in the restaurants of the Vondelpark. Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam is surrounded by, and very much a part of, the historical fabric for the city of Amsterdam.

Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam

The stunning Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam provides an opulent base in the heart of the grand Herengracht on the UNESCO World Heritage listed canal setting, from which to explore the vibrant city of Amsterdam.


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Discover Hermitage Amsterdam, Museum Van Loon, and the UNESCO-recognized Herengracht moments away.


Discover the Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam’s remarkable 17th-century grand staircase.


Explore Dutch national history at the world-renowned Rijksmuseum.


Experience the majestic plant life of the Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam.


Taste some classic bitterballen at such locations like Café Loetje, De Ballenbar, and Eestalon Van Dobben.

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