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Route by car
Take exit S106, direction Osdorp. Turn right at the end and continue through the next set of traffic lights and keep to the right at the Surinameplein. Go over the bridge, then turn left at the Overtoom. Continue to the end of the Overtoom till you reach the Stadshouderkade, then turn left. At the third set of traffic lights, the Clerqc straat, turn right.
NOTE: If you are going to Q-park/ Euro Parking (Marnixstraat 250, 1016 TL Amsterdam), turn right at the following traffic light. If not, continue down the Rozengracht and passed the Westerkerk (a church on your Left side). At the following traffic light, turn right to the Keizersgracht. Follow the canal down to The Dylan hotel, at number 384.
A2 from Utrecht
At the end of the A2, turn right at the traffic lights. Continue to the T-junction at the Stadhouderskade, then turn left. At the following traffic lights, turn right. Continue down the Utrechtsestraat to the Keizersgracht, then turn left. Continue along the canal and after the Leidsestraat, turn left at the 3rd bridge (Berenstraat). Then turn immediately left on the Keizersgracht. The Dylan Hotel is situated at number 384.
Hotel valet parking costs are as follows: on the street/canal side € 80 per day; in the parking garage € 90 per day.
You can also park your own car. Paying is done at the parking automat (credit card/pin). Costs on the canal sides are € 5 per hour, € 30 for a day ticket (9:00 to 19:00), € 20 for an evening ticket (19:00 to 0:00), and € 45 for a 24-hour card.
Another possibility is the Europarking (a 10-minute walk from the hotel) on the Marnixstraat 250. Costs are € 2 per 26 minutes and € 40 per day.
From Airport to Amsterdam by train
Take the train to Amsterdam Central Station. Outside the station, take tram 1, 2, or 5.
Disembark at the Keizersgracht. Walk to the left of the bridge (even numbers) and continue walking down to the Dylan Hotel at number 384 (max. 5 minutes).
The Dylan Hotel Amsterdam
“Welcome to The Dylan, an icon of modern European design. At The Dylan we take pride in offering the highest standard of service. Let us take care of you.” René Bornmann – General Manager
- 40 individually designed rooms & suites
- Located at the prestigious Keizersgracht
- Michelin starred restaurant Vinkeles
- Tranquil garden and lounges
- Unique meeting venues
- Exclusive events & weddings
“Known as one of the city’s most stylish and intimate hotels, and a member of the prestigious, The Dylan offers a refined, modern decor along with unparalleled, personalized service and a five-star product.”
The Dylan Hotel Amsterdam consists of Keizersgracht canal houses with one manicured courtyard nestled at its heart. The hotel is continually recognized for its contemporary-meets-classic design and its dedicated service. For those who appreciate quality, the Dylan is a beloved location.
At The Dylan, we are proud to offer a refined, modern decor along with unparalleled, personalized service and five-star amenities. Our warm and inviting atmosphere will make guests feel welcome immediately upon their arrival.
We are dedicated to provide our guests with a truly relaxing and enjoyable stay in an elegant environment. Feel enchanted the moment you walk in and let us take care of you.
Upon your arrival, you will be greeted first by our affable concierges, Michael, Eddy, or Stewart, and next by our warm Guest Service Assistants, who are eager to get you settled as soon as possible.
Shrug off the dregs of travel as you enter over our hallways’ sleek, marble floors adorned by potted orchids. The reception’s low-slung wooden desk with cushioned chairs and cool drinks will encourage a familiarity that’s bound to soothe any long haul traveller.
Once the formalities are complete, a Guest Service Assistant will offer you a private tour of the property and escort you to your guestroom, where you luggage will be waiting. The check-in process at The Dylan Hotel Amsterdam is but one example of the property’s palpable effort to make each and every guest’s stay as comfortable as possible.
“Our concierges are happy to offer suggestions and to accommodate any special desire you may have to enhance your stay at the Dylan Hotel Amsterdam. From car service, private airplane, a culinary canal cruise to rose petals strewn in your room following a five-course meal at restaurant Vinkeles, the Dylan Hotel Amsterdam is prepared and eager to help you: your wish is their command. Should you require any assistance with transfers, parking, or for hotelguests valet service, than please contact our concierges prior to your check-in date.”
In the early 1600’s a doctor, named Samuel Coster, bought this plot of land, and a wooden building was constructed. As a man of letters, Doctor Coster was greatly interested in Dutch plays and poetry and he founded a theatre in the building, called the “Duytsche Academie”. To placate the church authorities, who disapproved of the immoral character of the theatre, it was decided to donate most of the profits to the city’s orphanages.
In 1632 the architect Jacob van Campen was commissioned to build a stone theatre. Monday, the 11th of May 1772, turned out to be a black day in Dutch history. During a performance, the building caught fire and completely burned down. In 1773 the site was sold to one of the Regents of the Roman Catholic Church charities, known as the Old & Poor People’s Office. This foundation retained ownership until 1998, when the building was completely renovated. It reopened as a luxury boutique hotel, in 1999.
“Many Dutch plays were performed in this theatre, as well as plays by writers such as Shakespeare, Moliere, Voltaire, and Corneille. On the 100th anniversary of the theatre, in the year 1737, it was Antonio Vivaldi himself who conducted the theatre’s orchestra. Many well-known guests visited the theatre, including the Prince of Orange, the King of Poland, the Russian Tsar, and the Elector of Brandenburg.”