Wheelchair Accessible Hotels In Amsterdam, Netherlands - Updated 2023


One of Europe’s most popular city destinations, the thriving metropolis of Amsterdam boasts historic and architectural charms aplenty. The likes of the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum - with their galleries of undisputed artistic masterpieces - the stunning surrounds of Dam Square and the Royal Palace, and the emotionally moving Anne Frank House museum - where the famous diarist and her family hid from Nazi persecution - are just some of the sites that simply must be visited during any stay in this stunning city. And those with mobility issues need not miss out on a truly memorable city experience. Read on for some of the best wheelchair accessible hotels in Amsterdam.

1. InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam (from USD 335)

This spectacular waterside hotel - which sits upon the banks of the iconic Amstel River - offers an enviable base for visitors to this fine city. One of its restaurant options has a terrace with excellent river views - and it’s not the only amenity which boasts fine views. The pool and wider health club also make the most of their vantage points.

What’s more, its riverside setting makes it well-placed for city attractions. These include the likes of the Royal Theatre, just five minutes distant on foot, and the Royal Palace a 10-minute tram journey away. Past guests adored this fabulously-rated hotel, claiming the beds felt like “sleeping on a cloud” and praising the “amazing view”.

InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam

Address: Professor Tulpplein 1

2. Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht - A concept by Hyatt (from USD 297)

Another popular five-star canalside option, the Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht enjoys a superb reputation among past guests, who loved its central location close to many attractions, as well as its elegant and stylish interior. The popular on-site restaurant and bar, which enjoy canal views, were also well praised.

Amenities include a spa and wellness centre - perfect for those seeking to unwind - as well as an airport shuttle to take the stress out of getting to and from your flight. The “amazing” service and “delicious” food were particular highlights among past guests.

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht - a concept by Hyatt

Address: Prinsengracht 587

3. Conservatorium Hotel - The Leading Hotels of the World (from USD 571)

If it’s luxury accommodation you’re after, then you’re spoiled for choice in Amsterdam. As well as the previous options there’s also the Conservatorium Hotel - a five-star choice with a superb reputation that is located within a stunning historic building in the heart of the city. Indeed, the fashionable shops of the PC Hooftstraat and the famous Vondelpark are both less than 200 yards (180 metres) away.

The hotel itself is also chock full of facilities to make your stay enjoyable - from the tech-friendly Wi-Fi to the indoor pool, spa and wellness centre. There’s also an Asian-inspired a la carte restaurant, as well as a brasserie to offer a mix of food options.

Conservatorium Hotel - The Leading Hotels of the World

Address: Van Baerlestraat 27

4. Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam (from USD 381)

Another stunning five-star option for those seeking a truly memorable stay, this superbly-rated hotel is set within the historic city centre and is just minutes from some of the most popular streets. The stylish decor and stunning architecture of the hotel house a Michelin-star seafood restaurant, as well as a number of other eating options, a swimming pool and a spa and wellness centre.

And, those prepared to splash out may wish to try out one of the 52 luxury suites, which include butler service to make you feel extra pampered during your stay. Guests were suitably impressed, praising its “perfect location” and the “professionalism and friendliness of the staff”.

Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam

Address: Oudezijds Voorburgwal 197

Fitness centre Walking tours CCTV in common areas Contactless check-in/check-out Property is cleaned by professional cleaning companies Soundproof rooms Parking Cycling

5. Pulitzer Amsterdam (from USD 313)

Guests eager to explore the famed Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht will be well-served by a stay in this luxury five-star hotel, which is actually set amid more than two dozen historic canal houses - all interlinked. Enjoying a superb reputation among past guests, this fully-renovated hotel is home to a mix of dining options, offering a range of food choices. It is also well-placed for a range of local attractions within a 15-minute radius on foot - including Dam Square and the Anne Frank House.

Those looking to use public transport to get about will find the nearest tram stop just a couple of hundred yards away. Amenities include free Wi-Fi and an airport shuttle for ease of getting to and from your flights.

Pulitzer Amsterdam

Address: Prinsengracht 323

Safety deposit box Tour or class about local culture Private parking Physical distancing in dining areas VIP room facilities Non-smoking rooms Terrace Heating

6. Hotel Okura Amsterdam – The Leading Hotels of the World (from USD 194)

Food fans will find much to love about the Hotel Okura Amsterdam. Not only does it boast four separate restaurants - but each and every one of them has won a Michelin star. And, in the case of Ciel Bleu - some 23 floors above the streets of the city - it has won no fewer than two stars for the quality of its cuisine. Of course, the elevated vantage point is an added bonus, offering up amazing city vistas when tucking into stunning cuisine.

And, it’s not just about the food. This five-star luxury hotel is well-placed for the trendy De Pijp district of the city and is just 10 minutes from the museum district, via tram. The hotel itself also has free Wi-Fi, as well as a spa and wellness centre and pool that will be a great spot in which to unwind.

Hotel Okura Amsterdam – The Leading Hotels of the World

Address: Ferdinand Bolstraat 333

7. Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam (from USD 528)

A true luxury experience awaits guests who opt for a stay in this stunning five-star hotel, which is set in no fewer than six canal palaces on the Herengracht and places guests right in the very heart of the city. Indeed, it is less than a mile (1.6 km) from the city’s museum quarter and the popular shopping street of PC Hooftstraat. Even closer lies the Rembrandtplein, which is just a few dozen yards away.

Of course, this all depends on whether you can tear yourself away from the luxury surroundings of the hotel, which include a double Michelin star-rated restaurant, as well as indoor swimming pool, sauna and wellness centre. Amenities also include free Wi-Fi, for staying connected during your stay.

Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam

Address: Herengracht 542-556

8. De L’Europe Amsterdam – The Leading Hotels of the World (from USD 535)

Another stunning hotel next to the water, this five-star hotel boasts a superb reputation and not only enjoys beautiful decor, but a popular riverside terrace from which to watch the world go by. Its amenities are also top notch - with the likes of free Wi-Fi, a spa and wellness centre and even an airport shuttle among the services provided.

The indoor pool and eatery options complete the picture - which charmed past guests, who raved about the “river view” and “excellent service”. Indeed, the various restaurant and bar options all make the most of the riverside setting. The hotel’s position, close to city centre attractions, such as the Dam Square - a mere 10 minutes away on foot - were also a popular feature.

De L’Europe Amsterdam – The Leading Hotels of the World

Address: Nieuwe Doelenstraat 2 - 14

9. Hotel De Hallen (from USD 71)

Enjoying a fabulous reputation, this four-star hotel is well-placed to the west of the city centre and just a mile (1.6 km) from such Amsterdam landmarks as the Rijksmuseum and the Anne Frank Museum. Located within the Oud-West district, it is home to a popular restaurant and bar and within easy reach of other eateries.

Previous guests were full of praise for the “trendy” and “great” location, as well as the in-house facilities. The hotel’s amenities include free Wi-Fi, local parking and an airport shuttle - the latter of which will appeal to international travellers. Room service is also sure to win fans among potential visitors.

Hotel De Hallen

Address: Bellamyplein 47

Free WiFi Non-smoking throughout Smoke alarms Ticket service 24-hour front desk Kid-friendly buffet Fire extinguishers Face masks for guests available

10. Luxury Suites Amsterdam (from USD 412)

Guests who hanker after luxury accommodation that extends beyond simply a hotel room may wish to opt for this superbly-rated property, right in the very heart of the city centre. Its five-star accommodation offers a mix of double-bed suites that will appeal to solo travellers and couples who want everything from a spot of luxury to beautiful canal-side views.

Facilities include large flat-screen TVs, valet parking, and free Wi-Fi. What’s more, there are plenty of shops and transport links nearby - and the likes of the Rembrandtplein and Dam Square are both less than half-a-mile away (under a kilometre). The hotel’s fitness centre, bar and airport shuttle will also likely appeal.

Luxury Suites Amsterdam - Member of Warwick Hotels

Address: Oudeschans 75

Happy hour Parking Private parking Access to health care professionals Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas Thermometers for guests provided by property Fire extinguishers Bridal suite

Time to visit Amsterdam's stunning canals

Amsterdam is chock full of attractions that will appeal to visitors of all ages and physical abilities. Whatever your reason for visiting, there’s an accommodation option for you.

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