A theatre of style, elegance and sensuality.
Built in one of Amsterdam’s historical landmarks close to the Keizersgracht, one of the city’s famous canals, the hotel Dylan is an intimate retreat brimming with urban sophistication and personalized service.
For 150 years this place was home to the Dutch Theatre Academy until a fire destroyed it in 1778. After that it became the property of a Church charity project until the late 20th century when it was converted into a hotel.
The architectural refurbishment of the building respected the past and embraced its new future and the interior design conceived a set of welcoming spaces imbued with chic elegance. In the themed rooms, colours, textures and moods were intertwined to allow the visitor to experience unique and sensual settings.
Hidden away behind the building are a private patio with a small garden, a bar and the famous Vinkeles restaurant. The French inspired cuisine fuses traditional and modern elements to create dishes that are dramatic in their presentation and surprising in their flavours.
A short distance away, either on foot or on one of the hotel bikes, are the city’s main attractions. Wander through picturesque streets and canals, enter Anne Frank’s house or the Van Gogh museum, and discover the stores and cafés of the hospitable Amsterdam until the curtain fall at The Dylan.