Prepare for an exquisite family getaway in Amsterdam with our spacious rooms and king size beds with crispy sheets, ideal for unwinding after an exciting day amongst the centuries-old architecture of the city.
Staying with children
Hotel Okura Amsterdam is the perfect place to stay when enjoying a family getaway. While your kids make use of the swimming pool or the scavenger hunt in our hotel, you can enjoy some quality time. When booking a family-stay with us, you are ensured of rooms next to each other. Looking for interconnecting room? We do have a few connected rooms subject to availability. Please call +3120 6788 300 or add a comment to your reservation.
From € 595 per two rooms per night including breakfast.
City tax not included; the package offered is subject to availability.
Included in your Family Experience
- Two rooms next to each other, including breakfast.
- Backpack for kids, including colouring book.
- Scavenger hunt in the hotel.
- Access to Nagomi Gym & Wellness, including swimming pool.
Family time in the hotel
Enjoying a family lunch together at our canal-side restaurant Serre or at one of our other renowned restaurants is always a treat for the kids as we provide children’s menus, colouring sets, and high chairs just for them. Children may also accompany you at our Twenty Third Bar, where they are welcomed by a wide range of non-alcoholic cocktails and delicious bites.
Should you wish to have some quality time just for the two of you, we also provide experienced and multilingual baby-sitters upon request.
Activities in Amsterdam
Amsterdam offers exciting and fascinating attractions and sights for the entire family. Our concierge is happy to assist with your itinerary in Amsterdam. What about a visit to Artis? Europe’s oldest zoo, which is located in the middle of Amsterdam has an impressive collection of animals, aquarium and planetarium. Do you prefer an inside activity? Visit NEMO, a museum full of fun and useful knowledge about science and technology. It challenges every visitor, young and old, to awaken their curiosity and to discover the world themselves.