Restaurant & Bar

'The Grand Dutch Residence': experience the magic of the Amstel Hotel'

At the Amstel Hotel, we would love for everyone to find something on the menu that makes their heart jump a little. As a true Amsterdam inhabitant, the Amstel Hotel proudly serves an international choice of food and drinks, with a Dutch twist. With our focus on fresh and seasonal products, we’ve picked the finest ingredients.

Amstel Restaurant

The sound of laughter at the tables. The smell of freshly baked bread. The sight of people smiling at the first taste of their carefully chosen dish. Things we value now more than ever. 

AMSTEL AFTERNOON TEA

Afternoon Tea in Amsterdam has evolved into one of the most popular concepts in recent years. Without a doubt, this is the perfect gift for your mother, your best friend or to impress your loved one. But to experience Afternoon Tea in the Amstel Hotel is simply something different…  

Amstel Bar

With the sun on your skin and the sound of the Amstel River in the background, can you imagine a better place to enjoy your favorite drink than on the terraces of the Amstel Hotel? After sunset, enjoy long summer evenings outside or join us inside, in one of Amsterdam’s best-kept secrets…  

FAQ

Can I make a reservation by phone or e-mail?

You can make a reservation via our booking widget, by phone and by e-mail.

For bookings up to nine persons, please contact the Amstel F&B Reservations team directly on +31 (0)20 622 60 60 or per email to restaurant.reservations@ihg.com

For larger bookings, please contact the Groups & Events sales department via +31 (0)20 520 31 95 or per email to amstel.events@ihg.com

What safety measures do you take?

Following the new safety regulations, we would like to inform you that reservations are mandatory. Your reservation will help us ensure a tranquil experience, where everyone can enjoy their table to the fullest. We kindly remind you that we allow the following table covers:

From separate households: a maximum of two guests per table
From separate households: a maximum of two couples per table, with 1,5 meter in between
From one household: families are allowed to sit at one table