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Gay Amsterdam • Luxury Hotels

A choice of uniquely Dutch luxury boutique hotels and international brands means gay travellers can look forward to a fabulous stay in Amsterdam.

Most of our top 2019 luxury hotels are located in Amsterdam’s historic Old Centre.

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Old Centre

The historic “Old Centre” of Amsterdam, with Dam Square at its heart, dates from the 13th century. The area is full of shops, great hotels, canals and ‘coffee shops’, making it the most-visited part of the city.

Amsterdam’s Old Town is also renowned for is gay leather fetish & cruise club scene. 

Art’otel Amsterdam
Art’otel Amsterdam
Walk to gay cruise clubs.
Art’otel Amsterdam
Art’otel Amsterdam
Art’otel Amsterdam
Art’otel Amsterdam

Prins Hendrikkade 33, Amsterdam | map

9.09 Exceptional
based on 3720 reviews

Art’otel Amsterdam5 stars

Why this hotel? Walk to gay cruise clubs. Modern design. Unique dining. Free WiFi.

Most booked 2018
Top 100

A favourite choice on Travel Gay. Art’otel Amsterdam is located in the heart of the city, near the best shops, restaurants and the Central Station. Gay cruise club The WEB and Sauna Nieuwezijds are just a block away.

Featuring unique artworks by Atelier Van Lieshout, guest rooms are equipped with mood lighting, multimedia control panel, rain shower, free WiFi.

The in-house Active Club features a modern gym, indoor pool, Finnish sauna and solarium! Art’otel ‘5&33’ dining & social club is a destination in its own right, offering a creative combination of late-night kitchen, bar, library, lounge and gallery.

features: bar, restaurant, swimming pool, massage, sauna, gym, spa, free wi-fi

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NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
Great location.
NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky

9 Dam, Amsterdam | map

8.19 Excellent
based on 3614 reviews

NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky5 stars

Why this hotel? Great location. Near gay bars, sights & shops. Free WiFi.

The popular NH Krasnapolsky has a great city centre location overlooking Dam Square, near sights and shops, and about halfway between the gay cruise club scene in Warmesstraat and the gay bars around Amstel river.

The building dates back to 1855, but the modern air-conditioned guest rooms are spacious and feature contemporary bathrooms, free WiFi and satellite TV.

The NH has its own gym, though the nearby Sauna Nieuwezijds may be more tempting. Rates are competitive.

features: bar, restaurant, gym, free wi-fi

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Sofitel Legend The Grand
Sofitel Legend The Grand
Gay-popular.
Sofitel Legend The Grand
Sofitel Legend The Grand
Sofitel Legend The Grand
Sofitel Legend The Grand

Oudezijds Voorburgwal 197, Amsterdam | map

9.16 Exceptional
based on 6116 reviews

Sofitel Legend The Grand5 stars

Why this hotel? Gay-popular. Fabulous pool & dining. Walk to the bars. Free WiFi.

A former 16th-century royal guesthouse in Amsterdam with an elaborate history, restored in all its splendour.

Sofitel Legend ‘The Grand’ is a central as it gets. Dam square is a 5-minute walk away, whilst the gay nightlife, tourist attractions and shopping areas are all within easy reach.

You will experience the highest standards of service, luxury and comfort. Sofitel’s signature “My Bed” will ensure a good night’s sleep. Onsite facilities include restaurant, bar, swimming pool, gym, spa and free WiFi.

features: bar, cafe, restaurant, shop, swimming pool, steam room, massage, sauna, jacuzzi / hot pool, gym, spa, free wi-fi

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NH Amsterdam Barbizon Palace
NH Amsterdam Barbizon Palace
Popular with gay guests.
NH Amsterdam Barbizon Palace
NH Amsterdam Barbizon Palace
NH Amsterdam Barbizon Palace
NH Amsterdam Barbizon Palace

59-72 Prins Hendrikkade, Amsterdam | map

8.56 Excellent
based on 2638 reviews

NH Amsterdam Barbizon Palace5 stars

Why this hotel? Popular with gay guests. Excellent dining. Superb location. Free WiFi.

A popular Amsterdam luxury choice on Travel Gay Europe. The NH Barbizon is located close to the Central Station, a 10-minute walk from Dam Square and within easy reach of Café ’t Mandje, Queen’s Head and other gay bars

Housed in a 17th century building, the large, air-conditioned rooms feature high ceilings, satellite TV, minibar, tea & coffee maker, free WiFi. Apartments include kitchens, and 24-hour room service is available.

The hotel has a gym, sauna, massage service and solarium. The in-house Michelin-starred restaurant serves excellent international specialities. There is also a laid-back bar with a great drinks menu.

features: bar, restaurant, shop, steam room, massage, sauna, gym, free wi-fi

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De L’Europe Amsterdam
De L’Europe Amsterdam
Amazing location.
De L’Europe Amsterdam
De L’Europe Amsterdam
De L’Europe Amsterdam
De L’Europe Amsterdam

Nieuwe Doelenstraat 2-8, Amsterdam | map

9.09 Exceptional
based on 2403 reviews

De L’Europe Amsterdam5 stars

Why this hotel? Amazing location. Luxury choice. Near the gay scene. Free WiFi.

Ultra luxurious, neoclassical hotel on the banks of the river Amstel. De L’Europe has over 100 years of history, with gorgeous antique décor and paintings by Dutch masters on display.

This world-famous hotel features a Michelin-starred restaurant and a bar overlooking the river, a state-of-the-art gym, swimming pool and spa centre.

De L’Europe’s great location at the southern end of the Old Centre is just a 10-minute walk from Dam Square and  Kalverstraat shopping area. Gay bars on Reguliersdwarsstraat and Amstel are even closer.

features: bar, restaurant, shop, swimming pool, massage, sauna, gym, spa, free wi-fi

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Amsterdam • luxury hotels in other areas

More excellent hotels, just outside of the Old Centre, that deserve consideration.

Pulitzer Amsterdam
Pulitzer Amsterdam
Beautiful views.
Pulitzer Amsterdam
Pulitzer Amsterdam
Pulitzer Amsterdam
Pulitzer Amsterdam

Prinsengracht 315-331, Amsterdam | map

9.57 Exceptional
based on 984 reviews

Pulitzer Amsterdam5 stars

Why this hotel? Beautiful views. Excellent dining. Great location.

Most booked 2018
Top 100

Just a couple of minutes’ walk from the Old Centre, this elegant traditional Dutch architecture hotel has great canal views and a lovely courtyard garden.

Pulitzer Amsterdam offers a home-like atmosphere with luxurious facilities including a gym, a private boat service, restaurant and bar. Guest rooms & suites are stylishly decorated, with Dutch artworks and all the modern comforts.

The hotel is close to the popular gay bar Prik, Amsterdam’s red light district and gay bars around Warmoesstraat and Zeedijk.

features: bar, restaurant, shop, gym, free wi-fi

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Conservatorium Hotel
Conservatorium Hotel
Fabulous design.
Conservatorium Hotel
Conservatorium Hotel
Conservatorium Hotel
Conservatorium Hotel

Van Baerlestraat 27, Amsterdam | map

9.18 Exceptional
based on 2198 reviews

Conservatorium Hotel5 stars

Why this hotel? Fabulous design. Close to the gay nightlife. Free WiFi.

One of ‘The Leading Hotels of the World, the Conservatorium has an impressive architectural design. Within its beautiful building, the hotel features a a fabulous 18-metre indoor lap pool and a well-equipped gym.

Designed by Italian Piero Lissoni (designer for Alessi and Cappellini), the rooms are spacious (30 m² and upwards) and feature flat screen TV mirrors in the bathroom, coffee machine and free WiFi.

Located close to many museums, just outside the main city canal area. RAPIDO party and Club Church cruise bar are within walking distance, but you will have to take a tram or taxi to the gay bars near Warmoesstraat.

features: bar, cafe, restaurant, swimming pool, massage, sauna, gym, spa, free wi-fi

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