- Capacity: Guests: 150
- Spaces: Board Rooms, Council Chamber, J.P. Coen I, Ray's Club, Seven Seas Restaurant, Van Der Mey Hall, Wine Cellar
- Events: Banquets, Birthdays, Business Meetings, Corporate Functions, Gala Dinners, Presentations, Private Dining, Receptions
- Decor: Contemporary Design, Dutch, Marble, Stained Glass, Traditional, Wood Panels, Wooden Floors
- Recognition: A Member Of Prestigious Venues
The Amrath Hotel is one of the most recognisable landmarks in Amsterdam. Once the headquarters of six key shipping houses, it is thought to be the first example of the Amsterdam School architectural style. It boasts not only a breathtaking exterior, but also an interior of unsurpassed beauty, where each room includes detail from the venue's maritime past. The most spectacular room is the Council Chamber, where the powerful shipping barons once gathered. Both the Nieuwenhuis Room and J.P. Coen II Room have tall ceilings and offer the ideal setting for meetings. Ray’s Club is the biggest space with its own private bar and is perfect for receptions of up to 150. Located behind the imposing door of the former bank safe of the Scheepvaarthuis is the hotel's unique wine cellar; the ideal space for a pre-dinner aperitif or a unique wine-tasting session. The famous Van der Mey Hall features skilfully sculpted marble and a splendid stained-glass window that crowns the imposing three-floor staircase. With its landmark architectural exterior and unique features, this hotel offers the complete venue package.