The hotel has an large and tranquil terrace on the South, a large restaurant, a bar, 117 hotel rooms ranging from one to five stars and fitted out by a plethora of Dutch artists and designers, four mezzanine platforms used for exhibitions, meetings and events, a library, two main banqueting rooms and 10 smaller meeting rooms.
Parking is available at garage Rietlandpark on the Oostelijke Handelskade 355 (one-minute walk from the hotel). The cost is € 3,00 per hour and € 25,00 for 24 hours.
Check-in is 3pm on the day of arrival. Check-out is 12noon on the day of departure.
We’ll gladly store your luggage for short periods before check-in and after check-out.
Bicycles can be rented at reception for €14,50 per day. Bicycles are subject to availability.
Prices from the airport to Lloyd Hotel varies per taxi. We recommend Taxi Electric, with a fixed price of €52,00 (one way) between the hotel and Schiphol Airport.
Wi-Fi is available at no charge throughout the hotel. If you require access to a computer, a desktop computer is available for guests on the first platform.
Extra beds are available on request and subject to a small surcharge of €35 for adult beds, and €17,50 for children under 12 years. Cots for children under the age of two years are available at no cost.
The side hotel entrance and certain rooms have wheelchair-friendly access.
The Lloyd Hotel is a no-smoking hotel, in accordance with Dutch regulations. A fee of €150 is charged for cleaning a room in case of smoking.
The Lloyd Hotel is only a 10-minute tram ride away from Amsterdam Central Station. From the station take Tram 26 in the direction of Ijburg, after 3 stops exit the tram at Rietlandpark. From the tram stop it is a 3-minute (260-metre) walk to our front door.
Public transport tickets (from 24 hours - 96 hours) can be purchased from reception starting from €7,50.
The library on the fourth Floor platform was started with a gift from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2004, of 1721 art monographs. They are marked in the catalogue of the Academy, so students are able to trace titles and come here to read them. Since this opening gift, the library has tripled in dimension thanks to gifts from private and institutional collections, of fiction, reference books and catalogues. The Dutch Foundation for Literature donated Dutch literature in foreign translations.
Artist Suchan Kinochita designed the bookcases; units which can easily be stacked or moved in any order that is required. Graphic designer Viktor Wiertz hand painted wooden slates for the alphabetical ordering of the books.
The library is decorated with classical furniture. It is open for guests and visitors alike, who are welcome to enjoy the books in the library itself or take them up to their rooms.
The Cultural Embassy organises book readings, exhibitions and lectures based on the collection.
A three-course menu is available for €30,00 and Cremant de liore for €35,00 per bottle.
Guests can access rooms using a combination of the lift and stairs.
Small domestic pets are welcome in the hotel at no extra cost. Pets may not be left alone in the room at any time.