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Had a very lovely time at this hotel during our 5 night stay. The room was comfortable, clean and well appointed. The wine hour is a big hit for sure and really gives the place a nice vibe. I can recommend the House Bar if...More
I've stayed in a Kimpton in Washington last year and found it excellent so was happy to stay in one in Amsterdam. My confidence was rewarded as we had a fabulous time there. We stayed 2 nights and the room was lovely - very hip...More
4 Thank wellwhynot
Response from Mike R, General Manager at Kimpton De Witt AmsterdamResponded 3 August 2018
Mike Robinson, General Manager: wellwhynot, we love you! Sounds like you had a pretty awesome stay, and we couldn't be more appreciative for you taking the time to share this great experience. Thank you for choosing Kimpton, we look forward to your return :-)
All said, this is a good choice in Amsterdam. Breakfast was a bit costly at 21 Euros each, but the food and service were above the ordinary. Our room, on the other hand had no view and seemed dark. Lighting in the bathroom was marginal,...More
This was out first time in Amsterdam and deciding on a hotel was very difficult, lots to choose from. We’ve stayed at kimpton properties before and always found them to be very nice. The De Witt did not let us down. Check in was seamless,...More
After 25 hour journey from Australia we decided to recover with 6 days at Kimpton De Witt Amsterdam. One reason for this decision was the easy train access from the airport and the quirky boutique style of the hotel. We were not disappointed here but...More
Kimpton De Witt is the first Kimpton hotel outside the Americas, a true debut in Europe. The hotel is situated in the heart of Amsterdam's vibrant city centre and near Amsterdam’s Centraal station. Set ...Morewithin three original Renaissance-era buildings, it features 274 guest rooms, including 15 signature rooms and suites, and eight meeting rooms. Wyers Bar & Restaurant, run by Executive Chef SammyD, offers American comfort food with a Dutch twist. In line with Kimpton’s innovative and playful approach to design, the hotel features a “house within a hotel” – a four-storey ‘Little House’ which was once the childhood home of Dutch playwright, P.C. Hooft and dates back to the 1500s. Other distinctive features include a flower shop within the hotel and a Miss Louisa Coffee & Beignets walk-up window for locals to enjoy. Less
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Suites, Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Accessible rooms
Number of rooms
US$ 178 - US$ 448 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Formerly known as
Crowne Plaza Amsterdam City Centre
Also Known As
Crowne Plaza City Centre Hotel Amsterdam
Crowne Plaza Amsterdam
Crowne Plaza Hotel Amsterdam
The Netherlands > North Holland Province > Amsterdam > Centrum
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Room & Suite (583)
Family and Play Areas (1)
Amsterdam’s buzzing hub, with its sprawling network of tram rails and a seemingly constant flow of tourists and commuters, yields convenient access to some of the best sightseeing, shopping, and street life in Europe. Closest at hand are the Royal Palace, the quaint shops of Haalremmerdijk, the pedestrianized zones Kalverstraat and Dam Square with popular neighborhoods such as the Red Light District, and the Canal Ring
hardly more than a moment’s stroll away. With the well-connected Centraal Station as Centrum’s base, it's easy to travel farther afield via one of the city’s iconic trams.
Absolutely. The train was 5-8 euros and 20 minutes.. There are multiple kiosk in the airport. Just follow the throngs of people. You’ll get off at Centraal Station which can get congested as well as the one block to the... More
Absolutely. The train was 5-8 euros and 20 minutes.. There are multiple kiosk in the airport. Just follow the throngs of people. You’ll get off at Centraal Station which can get congested as well as the one block to the hotel. That’s why we all agree on not too much luggage.
I took a car from the airport at about 50 euros, 40 minutes ride. Kicked myself when I saw how easy and cheap the train was when we left.
Be cautious with cabs. They only take euros and not all accept credit cards.