Hotel Preview: W Amsterdam

W Amsterdam E-Wow Suite

W Amsterdam is the newest addition to the luxury hotel landscape in Amsterdam. Opened in October, the stylish hotel offers 238 extremely modern rooms for everyone who loves style and design. Two restaurants, a bar, an outdoor swimming pool as well as a gym and a spa (both to open in 2016) complement the offering of W Amsterdam.

The W brand by Starwood is constantly expanding. Several new properties have opened lately or will open in the next months. W Amsterdam just opened shortly and already got several positive reviews.

W Amsterdam Lobby

Lobby (Image Source: W Amsterdam / starwoodhotels.com)

Looking at the photos of the property, it doesn’t come as a surprise. Not only all guestrooms, but the whole hotel looks totally stunning!

Rooms at W Amsterdam

W Amsterdam comes with three different room categories as well as several suite categories. All come with the unique W bed, complimentary Wi-Fi and a stylish bathroom with a rain shower.

W Amsterdam Cozy Room

Cozy Room (Image Source: W Amsterdam / starwoodhotels.com)

The Cozy Room offers 22 to 25 square meters (237 to 269 square feet), while the Wonderful Rooms are slightly larger with 25 to 30 square meters (269 to 323 square feet).

W Amsterdam Fabulous Room

Fabulous Room (Image Source: W Amsterdam / starwoodhotels.com)

The Fabulous Rooms and several cool suites of W Amsterdam are even larger which is surprising in a city like Amsterdam where hotel rooms usually are on the small side.

W Amsterdam Wonderful Room

Wonderful Room (Image Source: W Amsterdam / starwoodhotels.com)

All rooms at W Amsterdam come with the most modern and stylish design you’ll find in Amsterdam.

W Amsterdam Marvelous Suite

Marvelous Suite (Image Source: W Amsterdam / starwoodhotels.com)

If you like this design, you may also check out our preview of Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam, another new and stylish hotel in the city!

Dining at W Amsterdam

At W Amsterdam, there is no such thing as style over quality. This gets obvious when looking at the dining options.

W Amsterdam Mr Porter

Mr Porter (Image Source: W Amsterdam / starwoodhotels.com)

“Mr. Porter” and “The Duchess” both offer high-quality cuisine with fresh ingredients. The latter restaurant focuses on Mediterranean cuisine, while guests can enjoy an amazing steak section at Mr. Porter which focuses on fresh meat.

W Amsterdam The Duchess

The Duchess (Image Source: W Amsterdam / starwoodhotels.com)

Especially at Mr. Porter, guests can also indulge in the relaxed atmosphere of W Amsterdam.

W Amsterdam W Lounge

W Lounge (Image Source: W Amsterdam / starwoodhotels.com)

On the weekend, there’s even a live DJ! If you also want to enjoy a nice drink at the hotel, “W Lounge” is the ideal spot to hang out.

Relaxation at W Amsterdam

New and modern hotels in Amsterdam have to come with fitness facilities. Surely, W Amsterdam doesn’t miss out, too. There’s for example a heated outdoor pool which is rather small in width, but at the same time long enough to swim laps.

W Amsterdam WET Deck

WET Deck (Image Source: W Amsterdam / starwoodhotels.com)

Starting from 2016, guests of the new W property can also enjoy a full-service Spa offering treatments of all kinds as well as a fully equipped gym with state-of-the-art machines.

Prices of W Amsterdam

W Amsterdam looks like more than just a decent property. Yet, this has an influence on the prices, too. Normal room rates start at 380 Euro (~ 415 US-Dollar) per night for the Cozy Room. Breakfast, taxes and services are additional.

W Amsterdam Wow Suite

Wow Suite (Image Source: W Amsterdam / starwoodhotels.com)

Rates for the two higher room categories start at 410 (~ 450 US-Dollar) and 440 Euro (~ 480 US-Dollar) respectively. The mentioned rates are on advanced purchase basis, but flexible rates are only slightly more expensive.

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