art’otel is a contemporary collection of hotels located in cosmopolitan centres across Europe that fuse exceptional architectural style with art-inspired interiors.
With a powerful combination of world-class art from some of the world’s most exciting artists and best-in-class service delivered by a talented team, art’otels offer a hotel experience like no other. art’otels provide a unique insight into post-1945 art in permanent museum-standard exhibitions. Etchings of Georg Baselitz in Berlin join with the works of A. R. Penck in Dresden to convey a divided Germany and the tensions between East and West before unification. Modern art is also represented through Andy Warhol in Berlin, the Korean SEO in Cologne and Donald Sultan in Budapest. The flagship art’otel amsterdam redefines the traditional hotel experience by allowing guests to live within the creative process surrounded by captivating art by Atelier Van Lieshout.
Located in the heart of Amsterdam opposite central station and within walking distance of Amsterdam's main attractions, local museums and shopping areas.
The hotel's modern rooms all feature artwork by Atelier Van Lieshout and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. Guests can enjoy complimentary use of the indoor swimming pool and fitness centre.
Each room comes with mood lighting and flat-screen TV. The bathroom boasts a rain shower, separate toilet, and Elemis guest amenities. Hairdryer, luxurious bathrobes and slippers are provided. There is a mini fridge and an illy espresso machine in each room.
Guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and drinks at Carstens café. Carstens café is the younger, relaxed sibling to the renowned Carstens Brasserie adjacent to the hotel.
The Restaurant, located in our sister hotel, Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam, is open daily for dinner only with an internationally inspired menu.
Amsterdam’s well-known canals are a few minutes away from this hotel and many attractions such as the Anne Frank House, Jordaan, Negen Straatjes and Dam Square with its Royal Palace are all within walking distance. Rijksmuseum and the Leidesplein and Rembrandtplein areas are easily accessible by tram.