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Magnificent waterside Lloyd was a hotel for emigrants from the Netherlands back in 1921, who stayed here before setting sail. Many of the original fixtures remain, alongside contemporary-art installations and design. Rooms range from one to five stars, from budget with a bathroom down the hall to racquetball-court-sized top-end extravaganzas.
The high-end options are so one-of-a-kind (bathtub in the centre, fold-away bathrooms, a giant bed for eight) that they'll impress even travellers who think they've seen it all.
Lloyd Hotel offers unique rooms in a transformed historic building, within 10 minutes you will reach Amsterdam Central Station by tram. Bimhuis concert hall is a 15-minute walk away and the Lloyd Hotel is 900 metres from Pakhuis de Zwijger. Guests benefit from a terrace, an excellent restaurant and free WiFi. The Rietlandpark tram stop is 200 metres away and offers services to Amsterdam Central Station within 10 minutes. Anne Frank House and Dam are both within a 10-minute walk from there. Leidseplein and the Jordaan district can be reached by taking tram 10. Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ is 1.5 kilometres away. The iconic building of the Lloyd Hotel has spacious rooms in all shapes and sizes, every room is unique. Guests who wish to explore Amsterdam in an active way can rent a bicycle at the hotel and request a packed lunch for their trip.
Guests are required to show a photo identification and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
Please note that special conditions and extra charges may apply for bookings of more than 5 rooms.
Please note that the hotel will pre-authorize the amount of the first night on your credit card when booking 5 nights or more.
Please note that extra beds are not possible in the Budget Twin Room with Shared Bathroom and in the Deluxe Double Room.