The charm of a heritage façade with the warmth of a friendly guesthouse.  Welcome to The Delphi - Amsterdam Townhouse - Come and stay a while.

The Delphi is a boutique hotel where you’ll find warmth, character and charm all under the one roof. A place to retreat after a long day of exploring museums, shops or local restaurants you'll find just a stone's throw from our door. Whether you’re here for a weekend away or a few days on business, our well-situated location offers a true neighborhood feel and a calm respite from the buzz of Amsterdam's centre.

Perched on a quiet leafy corner of Amsterdam’s elegant Old South, The Delphi Townhouse is a 30-minute stroll from the centre of Amsterdam – or 10 minutes by bike, if you make like a local. What was once a row of classic apartment buildings now stands an independently-owned boutique hotel brimming with warmth and casual elegance.

That’s what awaits you at The Delphi: comfort, contemporary elegance and genuine service – tucked neatly behind the façade of a quintessential Amsterdam townhouse.


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The Delphi Amsterdam Townhouse is located in the heart of Amsterdam’s elegant Old South neighbourhood. Found directly south of the city centre, the sprawling residential borough is known for its quiet, leafy boulevards and stately villas. A 40-minute stroll from Dam Square puts it out of the hustle and bustle of the tourist centre, yet it remains walking distance from the beating cultural heart of Amsterdam: Museum Square. Walk for ten minutes – or cycle for five – and you’ll find the Rijksmuseum (dedicated to work from the Dutch Golden Age), the Stedelijk (an homage to contemporary art) and the van Gogh Museum (home to the world's largest collection of Vincent van Gogh pieces).



Another neighbour is the city’s largest and best-known park, Vondelpark. Set over 47 hectares, the sprawling grounds of Vondelpark are loved by both locals and visitors alike. The park also has an open air theatre, several cafes, a rose garden and kilometres of winding paths that jostle with cyclists, joggers and pedestrians all year round. In addition to leafy parkland and a world-class museum district, we’re also a short walk from the city’s UNESCO heritage-listed canal district.



The Beethovenstraat is one of the most famous Amsterdam shopping streets with an impressive history and a wide variety of quality shops. From fashion to delicacies, from beauty to books, from original gifts to stylish jewellery. Here you will find a mix of international quality brands and local top products. The shopkeepers in the Beethovenstraat are not only craftsmen who know their customers, but who also move with the times. You can also come here for coffee, lunch or dinner. The street is distinguished by the peace, space and high-quality service, where the international neighborhood does its daily shopping.

Albert Cuyp market

Albert Cuyp market

Anyone who knows Amsterdam knows the Albert Cuyp market! The market has been a favorite place for Amsterdammers since 1905, but tourists, students, day trippers and entrepreneurs are also at home here.The market is open six days a week and with 260 stalls it is the largest day market in Europe.

The market is full of various stalls offering everything. From fresh vegetables, fish and fruit to accessories, clothing, flowers and beautiful fabrics. Don't forget the typical Dutch delicacies, such as a delicious herring or fresh stroopwafels.

A day in Amsterdam is not complete without a visit to the most famous market in the Netherlands.