The Amstel Club
The club is an independent entity within the Amstel InterContinental Hotel. The Amstel Club has its own service center, located in the hotel lobby, where information and advice can be acquired.
Members and their partners, relations and guests are always welcome at the Amstel InterContinental Hotel, and offer various possibilities. There is the club space on the balustrade, where seats are available and a nice adjoining terrace. Also, members can make use of the rooms of the Amstel Hotel, the Amstel Club Service Center will happily reserve these for them. In addition, the A Bar at the Amstel InterContinental Hotel is available for club members throughout the week to work or talk in peace.
The Amstel InterContinental Hotel has valet parking and when you come by boat, you can make use of the jetties on request.
The Amstel Club Service Center in the hotel lobby is a meeting point for members and their guests and can also be contacted for information and/or reservations,
Board & Management
Jo van den Boer
Mieke pardieck - Office Manager
Committee of Recommendation:
Mr. Boris Dittrich
Dr. Frits J.D. Goldschmeding
Alex D. Mulder
Mr. Willem F.C. Stevens
Drs. Cor van Zadelhoff
Jos Verhorst - Chairman
Jo van den Boer - Treasurer
Sandra Veenstra - Secretary
Noah Cok - Boardmember
Founded by Dr. Samuel Sarphati, a prominent doctor in the 19th Century, the Amstel Hotel was created as an architectural landmark - a palace on the Amstel River banks - that would put Amsterdam on the international map and encourage visitors to the city. Built in collaboration with Cornelis Outshoorn, one of Amsterdam's most progressive 19th Century architects, the hotel was inspired by some of Europe's most famous buildings. With beautiful detailed arches of the architectural style of the 'Golden Age' in the richly decorated lobby, the hotel has attracted many prominent figures and guests looking to experience the glamour of the Amstel Hotel since it first opened its doors on 27th April 1867.
The Amstel Club was founded on 3 June 1976 and has been situated in the Amstel Hotel ever since.
In 1976, it was originally intended as a gentlemen's club, but the club began welcoming both male and female members in 1984.
The renovation of the Amstel Hotel was completed in 2017. One of the most iconic buildings on the banks of the River Amstel has been fully retained and its design, dating back to 1867, is kept with the founder's original vision. Restorers used the original colour and design palette by restoring the balustrades and iconic architectural ornamentation that define this much loved landmark.
The club room on the balustrade of the Amstel Hotel is furnished with several seating areas and has an adjoining terrace.
For many members, the ambiance of the Amstel InterContinental Hotel appears to be one of the reasons to become a member of our Club.
Members enjoy certain privileges in the hotel in the form of discounts and can also make use of the facilities of a number of sister clubs abroad.
We have a partnership with the following foreign clubs:
The Netherland Club of New York
65 West 54th Street
New York, N.Y. 10019, U.S.A.
Club Baur au Lac
General Guisan-Quai 8, ch 8002 Zürich (P.O. Box, CH-8022 Zürich), Switzerland