The Sir Adam is located in the first eight floors of the city’s landmark A’DAM Tower. The Tower is home to Sony, Semifest, Massive Music and several more of the most notable organizations in the music industry. With the Towers unique vibes and some of Europe’s greatest music talents as neighbors, you can literally feel the energy of Amsterdam. Especially when you take a look at the rooftop and its incredible 360° view over the city and the IJ River.
The colorful industrial-chic interiors, designed by award-winning New York-based innovation and design studio ICRAVE, create a free-spirited atmosphere that plays host to lifestyle travelers and locals in a curated environment full of music and art—ensuring Sir Adam is set to become the new cultural centre in town.
The hotels’ philosophy, quality over quantity, can be seen in the attention to detail and the passion Liran Wizman, founder of the Sircle Collection put into the hotel. Sir is all about delivering the quality and service that every modern traveller expects, while connecting them to the zeitgeist of the neighborhood.
Sir Adam's 108 rooms are more than just a place to sleep. Guests can enjoy the evening in their room with drinks from the minibar and the sounds of the vinyl record. But when it is time to lie down, they can expect a heavenly bed, where one can choose a preferred blanket and pillows from the pillow-menu.
You will be treated to culinary delights in the hotel's own restaurant "The Butcher". The four most important B's are served - burger, beer, booze and breakfast. Open from early in the morning until late at night, where later on exceptional cocktail creations are served.
Breathtaking views over Amsterdam, even while you’re in the shower. The “Sir Deluxe Corner”- rooms feature glass rain showers, 180-degree views, floating window benches and an exceedingly comfortable king-size bed.
HIDEAWAY FOR MUSIC AND CULTURE LOVERS
Discover a wide variety of attractions in Amsterdam near the hotel. Highly recommended is a trip to Amsterdam’s famous museums such as the Moco Museum, the Tropenmuseum, the Rijksmuseum or the Anne Frank House. Amsterdam offers a lot more possibilities for a sightseeing trip, for example the Westergasfabriek, the Skinny Bridge or the Dam Square can be visited. Several shops and bars are within walking distance, as well as two more restaurants, the “Moon” and the “M’adam” are directly located in the tower.