Conde Nast Traveller - Known for its design-centric hotels, Kimpton didn’t stray from its signature style here, which Kimpton CEO Mike DeFrino says is just the right fit for a destination like Amsterdam. “As an international creative hub, the city’s effortless design and light-hearted vibe perfectly match Kimpton’s spirit,” DeFrino says. “It’s a bit rebellious and doesn’t take itself too seriously.” read more
Monocle - Kimpton De Witt: Kimpton De Witt’s central location, paired with a historic cocktail bar and smart restaurant, makes it a solid springboard from which to explore the city of canals. read more
The Independent - The De Witt, which opened in May, is splashed in Delft blue hues, traditionally found in Dutch pottery, as a nod to the city’s history. Small parrot sculptures reside in the rooms, a reference to the green parakeets that have colonised Vondelpark. And bathrooms are fully stocked with Marie-Stella-Maris soaps and lotions. read more
Wallpaper - As its devoted fans will tell you, the Kimpton group can usually be relied on to deliver interesting hotels with lively interiors and quirkiness in equal measure. Appropriate then, that the San Francisco-based hotelier makes its European debut in Amsterdam. read more




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