NH Collection Hotels

Exceptional hotels, extraordinary memories

NH Collection, satisfies the needs of a guest profile that is looking for ‘that little bit extra’ from their trips. Targeted at a client which demands excellent service, but above all, a genuinely unique and memorable experience. NH Collection’s establishments offer superb comfort levels, a broad and personalized product and service range and personal and intimate guest care. NH Collection will make sure its guests feel special and enjoy hotel stays that exceed their expectations.

NH Collection has three 5-star Amsterdam hotels, each offering excellent standards of comfort. However, the three hotels have their own unique character.

NH Collection Barbizon Palace, across from Central Station, combines 17th century mansions with a 15th century chapel – The crowning glory when it comes to dining is Michelin-star Restaurant Vermeer. Chef Christopher Naylor will be sure to surprise you with his extraordinary dishes putting local flavors and vegetables in the spotlight. The bespoken interior and modern atmosphere make Restaurant Vermeer one of the best rated restaurants of Amsterdam.

With views of the Royal Palace, NH Collection Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is near the best shops in the city. Their outlets include the historic and fine dining restaurant, The White Room and Grand Cafe Krasnapolsky overlooking Dam Square. Enjoy fine drinks at The Tailor bar, where the story of founder Krasnapolsky comes to life. The monumental Winter Garden makes for an impressive breakfast and event location.

Perhaps the oldest and most famous hotel in Amsterdam, NH Collection Amsterdam Doelen dates from the 17th century. It’s located on the Amstel River, in the heart of the historic city center. Breakfast in NH Collection Doelen is a special experience, overlooking the river and city life. No wonder everyone from Queen Victoria to the Beatles enjoyed staying here!

Krasnapolsky: Dam 9, 1012 JS Amsterdam
Doelen: Nieuwe Doelenstraat 26, 1012 CP Amsterdam
Barbizon Palace: Prins Hendrikkade 59-72, 1012 AD Amsterdam