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Dikker & Thijs Hotel: a classic boutique style hotel

The Dikker & Thijs Hotel is located right along the Prinsengracht Canal, in the heart of Amsterdam's charming city center, close to the Leidse Square, various shopping streets, cinemas, theatres and the main museums like the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum and Anne Frank-House.

Dikker & Thijs Hotel is a classic boutique style hotel with 42 rooms offering  breakfast buffet, gym facilities and a mobile suitepad device with 4G wifi in each room. 

​Dikker & Thijs is well known for their rich culinary history and was founded more than 100 years ago.

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Prime Location

Located on the Prinsengracht Canal, in the heart of the City centre, just a few minutes walk to all major attractions!

 

Gym with FitPro equipment

Our hotel offers gym facilities, so you won't have to skip a gym day. You can watch TV while using the treadmill or cross trainer.

Discover Amsterdam

Enjoy Dikker & Thijs: spacious, stylishly decorated rooms

Along the beautiful Prinsengracht canal in the heart of Amsterdam, you will find Dikker & Thijs Hotel. Experience a luxurious ambiance and walk to almost all famous sights. The hotel is set in a 18th century warehouse and a 20th century main building.

Most of the beautiful hotel rooms have a canal view. Guests can benefit from free coffee and tea facilities.

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Visit Amsterdam: a city rich in history and art

The Hotel is located right along the Prinsengracht Canal, in the heart of Amsterdam's charming city center, close to the Leidse Square, various shopping streets, cinemas, theatres and the main museums like the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum and Anne Frank-House.

Explore Amsterdam

Welcome to Amsterdam Canal District - UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Seventeenth-century canal ring area of Amsterdam inside the Singelgracht is a network of canals that were made to extend the medieval city center. The ring of canals is half-moon shaped.

The city was expanded several times in history, but at the most in the 17th century when Amsterdam had become a wealthy trade metropolis. The nucleus of the nomination lies along the Singel, Keizersgracht, Herengracht and Prinsengracht.

Read what our guests say

  • “Clean, excellent location. Certainly would stay here again.”

    Constance January 15th 2024 bookingcom

  • “A great spot to stay we loved it. Very comfortable with nice service at reception. ”

    Alfred January 11th 2024 expedia

  • “Convenient, centrally located, clean and friendly/helpful staff”

    Lery January 1st 2024 bookingcom

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