Here the cocktails range from exotic - spicy with ginger ale and peppers- to intriguing - made with grilled cheese, fat or peanut butter. Door 74 might be the best bar in Amsterdam, yet its address is secret, which is part of its lure. The inside is dimly lit and reminiscent of speakeasies. The crowd is sexy and the music is lounge-y.


Built in the former public library of Amsterdam, Andaz is sophisticated and relaxed, akin to the atmosphere of the city. Centrally located and inspired by its traditional crafts, the hotel’s design borrows themes from golden age, delft blue, navigation and adventure. Enjoy the social hub of the hotel and relax with a cup of coffee or glass of wine in the Andaz Lounge.

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