Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky

famous hotel on the busiest square of Amsterdam

done Central

done Bar-Restaurant

done Car parking

krasnapolsky

Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is located at the Dam Square in the heart of Amsterdam close to many tourist attractions

Originated as a coffee house in the mid-19th century, and after adding many other buildings, office and workspaces, Krasnapolsky has become a famed 5-star hotel with an international reputation, a Michelin starred,

restaurant, a grand café and a cocktail bar. Every morning the breakfast takes place in the Krasnapolsky's world-renowned 'glass palace' Winter Garden, dating from 1879.

Rooms & rates info_outline    

Krasnapolsky has 451 rooms and suites varying in size and shape. Some have magnificent views across the Dam to the Royal Palace.

  • superior single 22m2   starting from € 134
  • superior room 26m2   starting from € 135
  • premium room 30m2   starting from € 144
  • premium triple room 32m2   starting from € 270
  • family quadruple room 36m2   starting from € 315
  • suite 50m2   starting from € 495
  • presidential suite 70m2   starting from € 1,485
  • royal suite 150m2   starting from € 1,710

Note that all prices are low season, incl. VAT, excl. breakfast and city tax

City tax: 7% + €3 p.p.
Breakfast: €23 p.p.
Private parking: €50 per day

suite

History

NH Collection Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, established in 1866, took its name from its first owner, tailor Adolf Wilhelm Krasnapolsky*, whose family originally came from Kiev.

He first opened a popular café, added rooms for rent to it and later rebuilt it into a modern hotel.


* The name Krasnapolsky has been immortalised in literature. In his novel Finnegan's Wake James Joyce named a colour after him, Krasnapolsky red.

It was the first hotel in Amsterdam to have - at the end of the 19th century - warm water in each of the rooms, equipped with telephones and already in 1883 electricity.

Complex of buildings

Facing the Royal Palace the hotel had such a success, that Krasnapolsky bought 39 small houses in the area to build the biggest 5-star hotel in the Netherlands with 451 rooms.

He also built a 'winter garden', a chic glasshouse with a domed roof and palm trees, and installed electric lighting.

Eat & drink

Guests can take breakfast in the beautiful, spacious and light Winter Garden, while afternoon tea is served in Grand Café Krasnapolsky.

An exclusive dinner can be enjoyed at the Michelin starred cuisine The White Room  and sipping a bespoke cocktail at Bar The Tailor .

map

 

nearby restaurants

Bistro Berlage   Dutch   €€
Mata Hari   Mediterranean   €€
Nam Kee   Chinese   €€


matahari

Mata Hari is a lively bar restaurant with a canal-side terrace, popular among locals

more impressions