Dylan Amsterdam


  • A taste of old Amsterdam
  • Beautiful rooms that mix traditional with contemporary
  • Wonderful food and drink


  • Some parts of the hotel feel overdesigned
  • Few rooms have canal views
  • Restaurant can be difficult to book, even for guests

Published 11/18/2015

Fodor's Review

Lacquered trunks, mahogany screens, modernist hardwood tables, and luxurious upholstery all lend design flair to these lovely and relaxing canalfront quarters on the site of the historic 17th-century Municipal Theater. The best rooms command a view of a canal, while many overlook a serene central courtyard. The hotel's Michelin-starred restaurant, Vinkeles, offers a French menu in a voguish setting (dinner only). Chef Dennis Kuipers also cooks for the brasserie OCCO (lunch and dinner), with courtyard service in good weather, as well as for High Wine, four small bites served with four wines in the elegant lounge area daily 3–5 pm.

Hotel Information


Keizersgracht 384, Amsterdam, North Holland, 1016GB, Netherlands

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Hotel Details:

  • 26 rooms, 14 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 11/18/2015


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