Hotel Okura Amsterdam

Amsterdam Luxury hotel
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Total meeting space2,787 sq. m
Guest rooms300
Ferdinand Bolstraat 333
Amsterdam 1072 LH

Hotel Okura Amsterdam

Amsterdam Luxury hotel
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Forbes Travel Guide


November 2016 - Sazanka number one fine dining restaurant in the Netherlands by Tripadvisor. October 2016 - Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Award January 2016 - European Five-star Superior rating by KHN


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Ocean or water)
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Extended stay
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessible by

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Piano
  • Portable heaters
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Photo gallery


Meeting space

Total meeting space2,787 sq. m
Meeting rooms20
Largest room902 sq. m
Second largest room570 sq. m
Exhibit space2,787 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms300
Double (Two beds)291
Double (Two beds) rate€175.00 – €470.00


Local Attractions

Explore "De Pijp

This historic Amsterdam area is a fun and funky area where the locals live. You fill not only find the Albert Cuyp market here, but lots of nice restaurants and (vintage) one-of-a-kind shops. This cozy area is always alive and gives you a great idea of how the “Amsterdammers” spend their time in the city. Back in the days, De Pijp was one of the poorest areas in Amsterdam where mainly “workers” lived. Above ground you would find a lot of pipes for electricity, sewers and water drains hence the name for this area. These days the pipes are all underground and the area is more upscale, young and vibrant. So walk outside the hotel and explore De Pijp immediately by taking a stroll through the area.

Maritime Museum

6 km away
Amsterdam is a city surrounded by water and was Europe's biggest import and export trading hubs during the golden century. At the maritime museum you will be taken back to this spectacular century and will learn more about the now a days Dutch maritime which is still very important for Holland as a country. The maritime museum organizes special events and also opens her doors for you as an event organizer, able to organize a gala dinner. We'd love to help you explore possibilities and organize your event at the maritime museum.
Kattenburgerplein 1
Amsterdam, NL 1018 KK


1 km away
Albert Cuyp, over 100 years of liveliness There's no place like the Albert Cuyp street market to find your typical Amsterdam sense of humour and laid back atmosphere. Your day out in Amsterdam won't be complete without a visit to Holland's most popular street market. Since 1905 the "Cuyp" fascinates Amsterdam's inhabitants as well as culinary amateurs, passers-by or people looking for a bargain, making a day trip or tourists... anyone, for that matter. Largest street market in the Netherlands At the Albert Cuyp market, you'll find fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, flowers and plants as well as beautiful fabrics, trendy clothing, fine leather ware and jewellery. Take a haring at the fish cart or get yourself freshly baked syrup waffles to take home. You can have a coffee in a traditional Amsterdam café or in a highly modern pub. You'll find the statue of Holland's popular singer André Hazes at the corner of first Sweelinck street. With it's 260 market stands, Albert Cuyp is Holland's largest street market offering a variety of things to see. Amsterdam's "Quartier Latin" The Albert Cuyp street market is situated in the heart of the 19th century quarter De Pijp, Amsterdam's "Quartier Latin". For the last decades, this has been a very popular quarter. It's numerous exotic shops, workshops and handicraft business as well as cosy pubs and restaurants give this quarter it's lively and varied character. Both the Heineken Experience and the Rijksmuseum are nearby. To get there Public transport is the best way to get to the Albert Cuyp street market. Coming from Amsterdam Central Station, you may take tram lines 4,16, 24 or 25 to get there. If you prefer come by car, it's best to use one of the six Park and Ride facilities indicated in the brochure. Opening hours Monday till Saturday, 9:00 - 17.00

De Melkweg

2 km away
In the 19th century it was a sugar refinery located on the Lijnbaansgracht. This was concluded on September 19, 1920 and acquired by the Mutual Association of Farmers to sell pure cow's milk (OVVV). The OVVV merged in the late sixties with the Milk Union (now Campina), and the milk factory was closed in 1969. After the plant was closed for a year, the building was decorated in the summer of 1970 for a summer cultural project aimed at young people. When it consisted of a tea house, a restaurant and a hall for music, film, and theater. In '71 and '72, the project was repeated due to success. Since 1973, the Milky Way is permanently open as a cultural center. In the years that followed turned the Milky Way itself as one of the main venues for pop culture of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and even beyond the borders stage became a household name. The Milky Way was a meeting place for hippies in the 70s and 80s, and developed into a multidisciplinary center with room for all styles of music. Many great artists performed from home and abroad, including U2 (first performance outside of Ireland), Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Prince and Lady Gaga. Galaxy distinguishes itself through its diverse programming, where big names alongside emerging talent.
Lijnbaansgracht 234A
Amsterdam, NL 1017 PH


2 km away
Nestled south of Leidseplein is the plush 19th century Museum quarter (Museumplein). Unashamedly, Museum quarter is the pinnacle of sophistication and home to the three major and most important museums in Amsterdam, the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art and the Van Gogh Museum makes this an art lover’s paradise par excellence. Without doubt, any culture vulture will be in their element in this recently renovated quarter. Also, in amongst the stylish hotels and cafés, lays the majestic Concertgebouw. The Museum quarter is arguably the cultural hub of the city, offering a kaleidoscope of activities and attractions. A stroll down the exclusive P.C. Hooftstraat, Pieter Cornelisz or Van Baerlestraat will take the fashionista into some of the world’s most chic couture houses. From diamonds to leather shoes to designer handbags, just don’t forget to take your credit card! Museum square also caters for children or even the child in us with its skateboard - park and wading pool, which in the winter doubles up as an ice rink. Another attraction of the district is Vondelpark where relaxing is the order of the day.


2 km away
Fancy an intimate concert? The paradise is Amsterdam’s favorite and most popular concert venue. On March 30th, 1968 ‘Cosmic Relaxation Center Paradiso’ opened its doors. The goal was to offer an open place for creative talent. From this day, the church building on Weteringschans was a place that attracted youngsters, audiences and artists from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Europe and the rest of the world. In the 40 years that followed, Paradiso has become a pop podium, a club and a cultural center in one.
Weteringschans 6-8
Amsterdam, NL 1017 SG


2 km away
The Rijksmuseum is Amsterdam's pride and joy. Situated in one of Amsterdam's most historical landmark buildings, you can wonder around and loose yourself up in the paintings such as the "Night Watch" by Rembrandt van Rijn and "The girls with the pearl earring" by Johannes Vermeer. Are you looking for a special location to organize a gala dinner, the Rijksmuseum opens her doors and welcomes you as well. We are delighted to help you organize your special evening at one of Amsterdam's most precious museums.
Museumstraat 1
Amsterdam, NL 1071 XX

Amsterdam RAI

Convention center
2 km away
This international convention center is located in walking distance of the hotel. RAI Amsterdam aims to ensure that all its facilities and services are of ‘star quality’. Meetings and exchanges between people, brands, products, ideas and experiences set people and businesses in motion. This is inspiring and pushes back frontiers. Amsterdam RAI wishes to be the hub where these exchanges take place and value is created for organizers, exhibitors and visitors.
Amsterdam, NL NL 1078 GZ

Distance from airport

  • 10 km from venue


  • Paid parking
  • Valet parking
  • Street parking
  • Bus parking


Hotel Okura Amsterdam – where Holland meets Japan, a hotel that is unlike any hotel you ever visited. Located in the center of the local area “De Pijp”, alongside the banks of the Amstel Canal, Hotel Okura Amsterdam offers you many unique benefits. We are well-known not only for offering Amsterdam’s largest meeting space, but also for our exquisite cuisine, modern look and feel and outstanding service levels. Our first floor is completely conference dedicated offering 20 luxurious meeting rooms with the Grand Ballroom being the largest with availability for 1015 persons meeting setting and 650 persons for dinner. Whether you are organizing a small and intimate gathering or a large convention, Hotel Okura Amsterdam offers tailor-made options to ensure your event is not only successful, but also one-of-a-kind. For the ultimate unique wining and dining experience, where Amsterdam meets Japan, you have a choice between four restaurants which are all awarded by Michelin. Our newly renovated Ciel Bleu Restaurant (two Michelin stars) offers fine international cuisine on the 23rd floor with a breathtaking, panoramic, view. Get acquainted with traditional Kaiseki cuisine in one of our Japanese restaurants; Teppanyaki Restaurant (awarded with a Michelin star) offers traditional teppanyaki where Chef’s prepare your menu right in front of you, pure entertainment. Or if you like sushi – give yourself the best sushi experience of a lifetime at Yamazato Restaurant (awarded with a Michelin Star). The restaurant is furnished in typical Japanese style and overlooks our Japanese garden. For a more casual and informal setting, enjoy international cuisine in SERRE, awarded with a Bib Gourmand. SERRE has a beautiful outside terrace overlooking the Amstel Canal and serves delicious dishes from steak tartar to turkey clubs. Taste of Okura, our culinary cooking studio, offers the possibility to learn how to cook like a Michelin Chef. We offer a range of cooking workshops on individual base or teams, combined with sake tastings and wine tastings. It goes without saying we can combine your meeting with a spectacular and unique experience in (one of) our restaurants.

Cancellation policy

According to the Uniform Conditions for the Hotel Industry on groups.