YOTEL Amsterdam sits on the sunny bank of the Tolhuis Canal in the Amsterdam Noord area of the city. Its location in one of the city’s most exciting neighbourhoods puts guests on the doorstep of creative start-ups, quirky bars and cutting-edge architecture.

    Its 202 rooms cover a range of categories for up to three people. All feature YOTEL’s signature clever design, including reclining SmartBed, which goes from couch to fully flat bed at the touch of a button.  Other features include work desk, mood lighting, multiple USB ports, rainshower and smart TVs to cast your own content. Luxurious shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and hand and body lotion are provided by YOTEL’s amenity partner Urban Jungle.

    Guests can meet, work, relax and recharge in the hotel’s social spaces including the popular bar and restaurant, large co-working area and canal-side terrace. There is a 24/7 gym and bike hire available at the hotel.






    • 202 rooms
    • 8 floors




    • Bar
    • Fitness
    • Restaurant
    • Café
    • Lounge


    Deck is YOTEL Amsterdam’s new bar, restaurant and canal-side terrace, offering delicious cocktails, local beers and wines alongside a menu inspired by the best street food around the world, as well as Dutch classics. The epitome of indoor-outdoor living, Deck’s setting right on the water is reflected throughout the space to provide a welcoming space to chill out, from morning coffee through to an after-dinner night cap.



    YOTEL Amsterdam, Asterweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands

    YOTEL Amsterdam is in Amsterdam Noord, one of the city’s trendiest neighbourhoods just across the river from the city centre. A free ferry from just outside Amsterdam Central Station to Buiksloterweg takes less than 5 minutes and operates 24/7, making the whole city very accessible.

    The area around the hotel is brimming with some of the city’s most creative start-ups, hip bars and dining spots, experimental festivals and even Europe’s highest swing.

    Don’t miss NDSM Wharf – a former shipyard and now a cultural hotspot with bars, restaurants, artist communities and a year-round events programme.