Welcome to Hotel Mai in Amsterdam. A fabulous Asian influenced boutique hotel in the vibrant neighbourhood Chinatown around the corner of Amsterdam's famous Zeedijk area.
This 4 star boutique hotel features a dreamy combination of Asian influenced mid century furniture and eclectic interior design. The lobby invites for a drink with the honesty bar ready for you to shake a cocktail or two. The Asian look and feel décor is adorned with artistic masterpieces and other extraordinary eye-catchers. This hotel is certainly a one-of-a-kind hotel experience. We really enjoyed it.
We stayed in the Comfort Room Canal View where you'll snuggle up in a king-size bed with crisp white sheets, awake under a rainfall shower and with breathtaking canal views.
Hotel Mai Amsterdam Breakfast is served in the MAI kitchen, an Asian inspired restaurant in the evening. Make sure you do book for the Hotel Mai Amsterdam Restaurant
Vondel Hotels Amsterdam
Hotel Mai Amsterdam is part of the Vondel Hotels group with eight 4-star boutique hotels and 3 short-stay apartments based in Amsterdam and Maastricht.
Hotel Mai Amsterdam - Geldersekade 30, 1012 BJ Amsterdam
What To Do in Chinatown Amsterdam?
It was years since I went out and about in Chinatown Amsterdam’s famous Zeedijk area. And it was quite fun. Some favourite restaurants amongst other for you.
Coffeebar De Koffieschenkerij - Conventienlty located in Amsterdam's Old Church. De Koffieschenkerij serves offee & cakes in a former church compound. Psst, there is also a garden terrace. A little bit of a hidden gem. koffieschenkerij.com
Restaurant A-Fusion - A popular Aisian cuisine restaurant in Amsterdam's Zeedijk neighborhood with an array of Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Korean dishes. From Dim Sum to Sushi and grilled chicken saté. This is a feast. a-fusion.nl/en
Thai Bird Snackbar - Thai snack and take-away. Thai food at its finest at the Zeedijk.
Museum / Church Our Lord in the Attic (Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder) - Tucked away in the heart of Amsterdam's inner city you'll find a hidden pink church you might not even know existed. A stunning seventeenth-century Catholic chapel built in the attic of a uniquely preserved Dutch Golden Age town house. museum-our-lord-in-the-attic