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Split across two unique buildings, a former telephone exchange and a bank, W Amsterdam is an intriguing design mix of heritage and contemporary style. Mixing historical Dutch architectural elements with cutting-edge design right next to Dam Square, W Amsterdam is at the epicenter of this energetic and forward-thinking city. Experience the innovative design and luxury of our 238 stylish guest rooms, including 23 suites, three WOW suites and two lavish Extreme WOW Suites. Indulge in one of our destination restaurants THE DUCHESS and MR PORTER and taste signature sips at our rooftop W Lounge overlooking the Royal Palace and the city lights, including WET Deck the iconic rooftop pool. Get exclusive access to a vibrant nightlife, dining, shopping and fashion scene with our signature Whatever/Whenever service, our in-the-know W Insiders and our W Happenings.

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Thursday, 27 January 2022


W Exchange

Steal the scene at W Amsterdam Exchange building.

The other side, more playful, electric and buzzing to live glam and vibrant moments.

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WET deck

Design That Tells a Story

King Fabulous Bank Guest Room
Extreme Wow Exchange Suite - Bathroom

Taste. Sip. Enjoy.


Fuel your energy at W Amsterdam and get bright & shiny before stepping back into the nightlife of Amsterdam.

Great Room Banquet

Spectacular Events

Leave mild-mannered meetings behind! Right here in our 414 square meters of event space, W Amsterdam features fully adaptable conference equipment that makes business beautiful, meetings memorable and special events spectacular.

Great Room - Meeting
Great Room - Lounge
Exchange Entrance

Discover W Amsterdam

We are in the city centre just off Dam Square, near the iconic canal district. A 5-minute walk from the boutiques of the 9 Streets district and the historical heart of the old town.

Cycle 10 minutes to Museum Square to visit the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum or the Stedelijk Museum for modern art.
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