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Plans to go to Amsterdam? Need inspiration? Style junkies and design-savvy boutique hotel lovers will be impressed by INK Hotel, a high-design hideaway in the heart of Amsterdam. Located in the former headquarters of the newspaper De Tijd (and a couple of adjoining buildings), INK Hotel Amsterdam is a boutique-luxe beauty with an interesting rich history.

The location on Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 67 in a touristy part of town is not as appealing as the rest of the hotel. Although, INK Hotel Amsterdam is very centrally located and the beauty of Amsterdam is that everything is within walking distance – or cycling distance. Normally, we’re not fans of hotels from big hotel chains, but there are some exceptions like this smart stay from the supersized Accor Hotels group. Offering friendly and professional service, INK Hotel Amsterdam is one-of-a-kind with a chilled atmosphere. It combines the city’s unique local flair with the needs of the modern urban traveler.

Influenced by the past, INK’s newspaper and writer’s theme is implemented everywhere. From the names of the rooms & suites, gym (editor-in-chief fitness) and bar restaurant (Press Room) to its press-related knick-knacks such as vintage typewriters, large rolls of printing paper, pencils, glass inkbottles and walls of print-plates. The interior design by Amsterdam-based architects Concrete (also from Canal House Amsterdam and W Verbier) seduces the eye. In fact, a lot of care and attention has gone into the design and decor of the hotel.

In INK Hotel’s 149 thoughtfully designed rooms you can find again many references to Amsterdam, time and – of course – to ink. The rooms are quiet and shiny brass details abound. We especially loved the Molton Brown bath products, the partly open bathrooms (not to everyone’s taste) and the walls with artist Jan Rothuizen’s funny & interesting hand-drawn maps of Amsterdam. Don’t stay here for the view. It’s nothing special and better on one of the Amsterdam canals. The Journalist Suite, number 507, has an extra sofa bed plus large writing desk including an old type machine & telephone. All in all, an ideal place to stay if you’re looking for something different without giving up on luxury.

Providing hospitably with a story, the ultra-stylish Press Room, INK Hotel Amsterdam’s vibrant heart, is the place to be for dinner & drinks. Sip an 20th Dutch Wonder cocktail at the all-brass bar, lounge in the good-looking library or share international dishes (think INK quinoa salad and steak tartar served Pressroom style) in the hip restaurant. Oh, and don’t forget to check out the serene inner courtyard during summer. The breakfast buffet is good, varied and extensive. Alternatively, you can opt for breakfast à la carte. Nice to know: food to-go including a range of sandwiches, drinks and local snacks like the Dutch “stroopwafels” are available in reception area.

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INK Hotel Amsterdam
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RATING
8.8
LOCATION
8.6
SERVICE
9
VIBE
8.7
STYLE
9.3
ROOMS
8.9
FOOD & DRINK
8.4
FACILITIES
8.4