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10 MAY 2022

TRIBE Amsterdam City is a bold design edit for adventurous travellers.

The newest addition to the TRIBE collective has opened its doors in the Gare du Nord neighbourhood of Amsterdam with modern and artsy interior appealing to travellers looking for Amsterdam’s cultural underground scene.


A new type of hotel experience, with functional, design driven spaces, TRIBE is a place to work, eat, drink, chill and socialize. A hotel that responds to the needs of modern travellers who are longing for a contemporary approach, demanding simplicity, an outstanding bedding, sleeping experience and quality bath amenities.

TRIBE Amsterdam City builds on the brand design-driven aesthetic, featuring sleek, bespoke public spaces that appeal to a cosmopolitan crowd with up-to-date technology. Designed by London-based architects, Feix & Merlin, the hotel has 192 stylish rooms and suites, are cleverly designed with hand selected arts and crafts, creating a warm, comforting, and relaxing environment.

At the heart of the hotel, a social hub that’s open all day, including breakfast, and a coffee bar by day and cocktail bar by night. The TRIBE experience aims to be seamless and easy for all travellers, with quick check-ins and grab & go offers from our beautifully curated kiosk for business guests, or if there is time for more, a bespoke cocktail menu, co-created with French top bartender Matthias Giroud are served at the lively social hub. Guests at TRIBE Amsterdam City also have use of the fully equipped and 24/7 accessible gym.

Located next to the city’s Noord metro station, TRIBE Amsterdam City is the perfect starting point for adventures in the city – excellent connections on the city’s North/ South line means guests are within approximately 8 minutes in the city centre. Moreover, the convention centre RAI Amsterdam is within easy reach. There is also plenty to do in the district itself, such as Eye Film Museum, A’dam Lookout and the NDSM wharf. In short, this hotel has everything an adventurous traveller needs.

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