Lloyd Hotel Amsterdam – Exclusively Accepts Bitcoin Payment
1-star rooms € 110.00 excl breakfast and city tax
2-star rooms € 154.00 excl breakfast and city tax
3-star rooms € 232.00 excl breakfast and city tax
4-star rooms € 270.00 excl breakfast and city tax
5 -star rooms € 340.00 excl breakfast and city tax
Breakfast € 17.50 per person / city tax 5,5% on room rate.
The Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy is the first one to five star hotel in the world. It was created from a curiosity about the cultural luggage of guests, a longing to make a connection between Dutch culture and theirs and a zest for making them feel welcome.
The hotel is situated on Amsterdam’s waterfront in the Eastern Docklands. With its famed modern architecture and an ever more bustling nightlife, this is a sought-after area for creative. Originally a migrant’s hotel, for thousands of people it served as the last stop in Europe before setting out for the South-Americas on one of the Royal Dutch Lloyd ships. From the early forties onwards, Lloyd Hotel has had several functions
before it reopened in 2004 as an independent one to five star hotel. Architects MVRDV implemented the building’s latest transition. Over fifty designers and artists worked on the interior. Some were chosen to create work, which reflects on the building’s past, and to add a new layer. Building and interior communicate Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy’s attitude: it is a work in progress, never to be finished.
Catering to all kinds of people, the atmosphere is relaxed. The hotel and its restaurant and bar are open to hotel guests and locals.
The Cultural Embassy presents a continual program of events around its cultural guests and the festivals in Amsterdam. Events take place throughout the building and can mostly be visited free of charge. They are a mix of high and low art, design, catwalk appearances, performances, collections, textiles, jewelry, and food events. Special projects dig deeper into a subject, resulting in f.i. a temporary Llove Hotel in Tokyo, cultural exchanges with India, Brazil and China, Slow design research, and exhibitions on the history of the hotel, like ‘Zotia Emigrates’.
One to five star rooms
With shared bathrooms, the rooms have been restored to their original state, with wall tiles, panelling and views across the water. Clever design features maximise available space. These cozy 1-star rooms hearken back to the Lloyd’s maritime roots. From neatly styled lamps mounted on magnetic strips to raised beds for stowing luggage, these rooms are peppered with thoughtful details that maximize the available space. Bathrobes are provided free of charge for the daily stroll to the shower. The rooms are fitted with twin beds and have shared bathroom facilities, free WiFi and 24-hour room service.
These rooms overlooking the water were created by the Amsterdam-based designer Christoph Seyferth, who also designed the now-famous Lloyd Table. Adorned with crustaceans and fish, Christiaan Bastiaans’ ‘Curtains of Longing’ echo tales of epic boat travels. These were specially woven for the Lloyd Hotel at the Textielmuseum Tilburg, known for its collaborations with up-and-coming designers.
1-star rooms are fitted with twin beds, free WiFi and 24-hour room service.
Calm, clear-cut rooms. Rubber chairs, wooden benches, steel tables and super comfortable beds. These rooms do not over impress with their details, so they give ample space to be you in them. These light-filled, modernist rooms have spacious layouts, some with open-plan bathrooms. Stamped with calm Dutch practicality, our 2-star rooms are sleek and fuss-free. Some of our 2-star rooms are designed by Christoph Seyferth who also designed the now-famous Lloyd Table. Playful lamps, hooks and chairs are designed by Amsterdam’s well-known Droog collective.
2-star rooms are fitted with king or twin beds and all have private bathroom facilities, free WiFi and 24-hour room service.
For these rooms, the work of big names in Dutch design was involved to create spaces that can be enjoyed to their maximum. The design blends cleverly with the given surroundings, to create interiors that subtly hint at play and that you won’t tire of. With ample space and separate bathrooms, these rooms are particularly well-suited for families, business partners or anyone looking for an added dose of privacy. Our roomy 3-star rooms feature surprises large and small from well-known Dutch designers. Some rooms are simple, but will delight the design-conscious with features such as Joep van Lieshout’s re-arrangeable fiberglass bathrooms and INA MATT’s Rorschach-blot carpets.
3-star rooms are fitted with king size beds and have private bathroom facilities, free WiFi and 24-hour room service. 3-star rooms can accommodate one extra bed, which is available at a small surcharge of €35 per night.
Spacious rooms whose designs stay true to the original concept of the monumental building, combined with cutting-edge design. These rooms are not an otherworldly bubble that you have to leave to go into Amsterdam. Urban exploration starts right here. With more space than the 3-star rooms, rooms in the 4-star category often bring to mind small apartments tucked away in the corners of Amsterdam. Architect de Bazel’s 1920-style furniture compliments the Lloyd’s art-deco flourishes, while Ineke Hans’ chairs lend a bright, modern aesthetic.
4-star rooms are fitted with king or twin beds and all have private bathroom facilities, free WiFi and 24-hour room service. 4-star rooms can accommodate two extra beds, available at a small surcharge of €35 per night per bed.
The pick of the bunch, these rooms are huge. Each one has at least one feature that will surprise even the most well travelled guest, because either there is a swing dangling from the wooden beams, a roomy bath from which you can see the moon, an Estonia grand piano, or a bed sleeping eight.
All 5-star rooms have king-size beds, private bathroom facilities, free WiFi and 24-hour room service.
Regardless of their atmosphere, all 5-star rooms come equipped with furnishings characteristic of the inventive Dutch approach to design. With the help of details like the milk bottle chandelier by Rody Graumans, Joep van Lieshout’s eye-popping lime green bathrooms, or Wannes Roijaards’ aluminum lights, the 5-star rooms embrace the Lloyd’s architectural heritage while putting a modern, light-hearted spin on any stay.
5-star rooms can accommodate two extra beds, available at a small surcharge of €35 per night per bed.
The menu is based on Southern European dishes, snacks and delicacies.
From around 5pm Spanish pintxos can be picked up from the bar. Traditional recipes are used for unfussy cooking, with as much homegrown produce as possible. Eggs, fish, meats and vegetables all come from the area, with the pâté being cycled in by the pâté cook and patisserie, preserves and mayonnaise being made by the chefs. Seasonal food can be found featuring on the menu all year round. In summer guests can enjoy the huge terrace on the South side of the hotel and in the evenings the red bar overlooking the water is the place for cocktails and intimate get-togethers.