Slotermeerlaan 133 (0.0 km from Royal Palace Amsterdam)
27 Dam (0.1 km from Royal Palace Amsterdam)
Right in the heart of the city overlooking the Royal Palace the National Monument on Dam Square and the Rokin you will find Hotel TwentySeven.
Damrak 96 (0.1 km from Royal Palace Amsterdam)
Located on Amsterdam’s famous Dam Square just 10 minutes’ walk from Centraal Station Swissôtel Amsterdam offers a fitness centre.
Damrak 93-94 (0.1 km from Royal Palace Amsterdam)
De Roode Leeuw offers rooms in a monumental building in the heart of Amsterdam 50 meters from Dam Square. Each room features free Wi-Fi and double-glazed soundproof windows.
Dam 9 (0.1 km from Royal Palace Amsterdam)
This 5-star hotel in the heart of Amsterdam is set on the edge of the famous Dam Square and opposite the Royal Palace. NH Collection Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky benefits from a grand cafe and a winter garden on site. Free WiFi is available.
Nes 5-23 (0.1 km from Royal Palace Amsterdam)
Rho is situated on the edge of Dam Square 950 metres from Amsterdam Central Railway Station. It offers free Wi-Fi and the lobby is an impressive Art Deco-style former theatre. All of the rooms at Rho Hotel include satellite TV and a refrigerator.
Damstraat 3 (0.1 km from Royal Palace Amsterdam)
Situated in the heart of Amsterdam only 30 metres from Dam Square and a 5-minute walk from the Royal Palace Hotel Doria offers a 24-hour front desk and a terrace. Each room at the 3-star hotel features a TV.
Damstraat 22 (0.2 km from Royal Palace Amsterdam)
Hotel De Gerstekorrel offers a 24-hour reception and serves a daily continental breakfast buffet in the restaurant next door. Extras include bicycle rental. The hotel is located in a typical Amsterdam building with narrow staircases without a lift.
The Royal Palace Amsterdam, formerly the Town Hall of Amsterdam, is a national heritage building located on Dam Square in the heart of the Dutch capital. Its Baroque architecture makes it an iconic part of the city. The building was originally constructed in 1648 as a Town Hall and has been used for many years as the official residence and office of many high-ranking figures in Dutch history, including Golden Age traders, mayors, and monarchs from the House of Orange-Nassau. It was also a center for political activity and to this day remains one of Amsterdam’s most important landmarks.
The palace is made up of four distinct sections known as the old palace (Huis van Oranje), new palace (Rijkshuis), ancient chambers (Oude Zaal), and grand hall (Grote Zaal). The grand hall is particularly awe-inspiring, with its exquisite chandeliers, impressive gilding, ornate carvings, marble columns, and beautiful frescoes – all making it a perfect place for special occasions such as receptions or royal visits. Inside the old palace section are two large halls that are connected by two smaller rooms; one is used for council meetings while the other hosts events such as lectures or symposia. The new palace section houses more than just administrative offices but also contains a cabinet room which was once used to discuss state matters like visits from foreign dignitaries or military campaigns. Additionally, there are several art galleries located in the palace displaying works from renowned Dutch masters such as Rembrandt and Hals.
In addition to its historical significance, today the Royal Palace Amsterdam offers visitors plenty to explore with guided tours that are available year round taking you through each section of this incredible building so you can learn about its fascinating past firsthand!