Running through to September, a selection of Amsterdam institutions take the world of celluloid outdoors, mixing up film classics with new releases
Stout & Co. is not just another place to stay. We bring you the comfort of a hotel, the spacious feeling of a luxury suite and the small scale and warm welcome of a bed and breakfast. We are strategically located in the center of Amsterdam and easy to reach. Our rooms are spacious, and all have their own bathroom, kitchenette and seating area.
Besides that Stout & Co. is full of hidden treasures: great body care products of Aésop, high-standard interior design, the latest magazines, unique art by young designers, excellent beds and of course complimentary Wifi.
The Stout & Co. rooms are unique and, with an area of 35 sq m, very spacious. They all have their own private entrance from the green roof terrace at the back of the building. At the front side every room has a beautiful view of the recently renovated brewery houses across the street.
All rooms have their own bedroom, bathroom, kitchenette and seating area.
Each room has been decorated in its own color scheme with lots of artistic details. Take the time to discover your room!
You’ll enjoy a complete breakfast with organic local products on our long guest table in the morning or, on sunny days, on the huge wooden deck at the back of the building.
We utilize the freshest local ingredients from ‘LandMarkt’, a market-like supermarket offering the best organic local products. There is no better way to start your day than with a fresh fruit salad & orange juice, freshly baked bread by Le Perron, Buscaglione coffee and Mr. Jones tea.
The Stout & Co. building, was built on the foundation of a former brewery, hence the name. It has been renovated with great attention to the craftsmanship. You will appreciate all the details and nostalgia of the old early 60’s building, like the great details in our steel windows.
The original brewery De Gekroonde Valk (The Crowned Falcon) was founded in the 18th century, and closed its doors in 1956.
The statue right opposite our front door is a reminder of the days when beer was brewed here.
You will be happy to know that at the end of our street ‘Brewery ‘t IJ’ opened it’s doors in the late 20th century, giving you the opportunity to try out their local beers, plenty of which are organic.
Stout & Co. is all about that little extra. Our hosts have the best tips on getting you around town, making sure you find the right restaurant for your taste or direct you the best places or local hotspots in town. Our private deck is one of our extras and might make you reluctant to leave Stout & Co. But you should, as Amsterdam is one of the most exciting cities in the world. You can read all about it in our journal below.
Stefan & Steven, who designed Stout & Co , have their Interior Design studio and Landscape Architecture studio on the ground floor of the building. Stefan, Steven & Arienne host the luxury bed & breakfast,
If you have any questions during your stay or if you’re just curious about what we are doing at the design studio’s, please feel free to walk in!
Beautiful pictures of David Bowie at the Eduard Planting Gallery.
Sneak previeuw at the observation deck with an unrivalled panoramic view of Amsterdam. The city’s historical centre, its pulsating port, the unique Dutch polder landscape and you’ll spot the famous canals which belong to the unesco world heritage list.
27 – 28 augustus
The Uitmarkt is the national opening of the cultural season! This year it is 26 to August 28, 2016 on and around the Museumplein and Leidseplein.
For three days, enjoyed more than half a million visitors to 300 different free performances on 30 stages and presentations of some 200 cultural institutions.
The Salon boat is going to make a special trip , Amsterdam to Ouderkerk .
until 28 Augustus
The Amsterdam School return to the Capital . In Living in the Amsterdam School. Designs for the 1910-1930 interior furniture design is a result of recent research are placed in a broader context of the architecture and the interior.
until 31 august
Robeco SummerNights presents two months of wonderful concerts, from classical to jazz and from chansons to film scores. Top musicians from the Netherlands and around the world bring you all your favourite classical pieces, as well as some surprises.
Until 31 August
On Saturday evenings throughout summer, party animals in Amsterdam’s Artis Royal Zoo gather expectantly in their enclosures as the ZOOmeravonden (summer evenings) let visitors learn what the animals get up to after hours by staying open until sunset on every Saturday in June, July and August.
until 4 September
Photo retrospectief in Museum House Marseille.
until 4 september
“Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait” was made by the Jewish Museum London in collaboration with Amy’s brother Alex Winehouse.
until 4 September
Helmut Newton a retrospective. The exhibition consists of more than 200 photos – ranging from rarely exhibited early prints to monumental prints
Hot tubs and saunas, green dakakkers and beautiful greenhouses, binoculars-performances and unprecedented views. Enchanting highlights from jazz to opera theatre and take you to the indian summer of Amsterdam.
until 19 September
The Hortus is host to the exihibition International Garden Photographer of the Year
14 september – 25 september
Dutch Masters, the three ‘Vans’
23 September – 25 september
Unseen, the international photography fair and festival focused on new photography takes place at Amsterdam’s Westergasfabriek. With 54 international galleries, Unseen Photo Fair highlights the most recent developments in contemporary photography by presenting emerging talent and unseen work by established artists. The on-site festival programme is a place for the exchange of dialogue, artistic expression and ideas, and includes lectures and debates, and a book market.
The national holocaust museum is in the former Reformed teacher training college , opposite the dutch theatre . Where the dutch theatre is a symbol of powerlessness , exclusion and genocide , the former reformed teacher training college is one of hope , salvation and courage.
This annual Amsterdam canal race for small boats returns. More than 140 teams are expected to participate in this year’s 30 th edition.
The Amsterdam marathon held every year since 1978, the TCS Amsterdam Marathon has earned itself a place in the league table of the world’s best marathons and the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) recognised the high quality of the marathon
19 – 23 October
The Amsterdam electronic dance event.
The history of the Cromhout family dynasty is full of ups and downs and unexpected turns.
16 November – 27 November
Since its launch in 1988 IDFA has been one of the world’s leading documentary film festivals, dedicated to the exhibition and promotion of ground-breaking creative documentaries.
until 1 November
Fancy a special day out of Amsterdam? Then go by boat to the Muiderslot. Or fortress island Pampus or Vuurtoreneiland. Amsterdam ferry from the port handles in IJburg trips to these traditional Dutch destinations.
Restaurant Ship Camel is it called , named after a 17th century system that ships invaded Amsterdam . Towards the Marine Land , next to the Maritime Museum.
This restaurant is located in a striking, bright red building on the ruyterkade, open for a beautiful lunch or diner.
Hutspot is a curator for an urbanized lifestyle. An initiative that brings all the good stuff together.
Dutch National Ballet develops, produces and presents ballet at the highest international level.
In this typical Amsterdam street with a local character, you will find a multitude of specialist shops and restaurants. Here, no H & M or Zara but independent entrepreneurs who convey a different message.
Resistance fighters founded the Kriterion right after the war in 1945 as a student-run cinema where undergraduates could help support their studies in a bleak post-war landscape.
The Menu is inspired by the Dutch Kitchen with local products and beautifull wines.The restaurant has expanded with Eetbar Wilde Zwijnen!
Who’s behind all this? Nina, Jop and Ida. Experimental eaters gifted with a knack for entrepreneurship. A trio on a mission, inviting you to see, taste and experience how good food can change your life. Eat the change you want to see.
Following a successful run as a pop-up shop, the award-winning Frame store has moved to its second location in Amsterdam.
The same entrepreneurs who are the brains behind the successful Restaurant Dauphine and Restaurant Amsterdam, recently opened a new restaurant close to us, the Plantage.
Go and stroll in nature’s oasis in the midst of the bustling city. See more than 200 species of trees and more than 900 species of animals.
At the historical centre of Amsterdam, you will find a hospitality experience like no other. Hôtel Droog is a place where you can come for a drink, a bite to eat, exclusive shopping, exhibitions, beauty advice, a stroll in the garden, a lecture series, or even a bed for the night. Featuring the Droog Store, Gallery, Dining Room, Fairy Tale Garden, Spa, Fashion, Products at Weltevree, and the one and only Bedroom, […]
Discover 500 years of maritime history in Het Scheepvaartmuseum and be amazed by our spectacular building, the Arsenal.
The Hermitage Amsterdam is the Dutch branch of the world-famous Hermitage in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Located on the banks of the Amstel River, the Hermitage Amsterdam is an exhibition space and cultural education centre with a focus on Russian history and culture.
The Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam is one of the oldest botanic garden in the world.
The IJ Brewery is a small brewery in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It currently brews five standard beers and four seasonal beers.
The Scheepstimmermanstraat (Shipwright’s Street) in Amsterdam is well known for its 60 unique houses designed by architects such as Hertzberger, Van Velsen, Höhne & Rapp and MVRDV.
You’ll be rewarded with a great view over the IJ, the water that separates the city centre from the north of Amsterdam. On its banks many architectural eye-catchers have appeared over the last few years.
Wooden drawbridge from where you can see the access to the city centre canals. You can choose your boat trip at this Canal Boat Trip hop-on-hop-off station.
Largest science centre in the Netherlands. With five floors full of exciting things to do and discover, it is the perfect place for anyone with an inquiring mind.
De Kas restaurant & nursery is located in a set of greenhouses wich date back to 1926 and used to belong to the Amsterdam Municipal Nursery.
This pop up restaurant is openeing in a former department store . On the third floor overlooking the city
Tthe freedom of time is the new luxury. Time to sleep, work, eat, play, relax, inspire and get inspired. Time to write your story. That’s why we dedicate all of our time to help you make the most of yours. Traces of our history can be found all over the restaurant.
The Seafood Bar is a modern concept that stands for casual dining in a relaxing atmosphere. Guests are welcome throughout the whole day.
X-Bank is the place where design, fashion, art , books and graphic design , photography and even flowers are exhibited and sold.
The duchess, balances the elegance and sophistication of her distant royal past with the comfort and intrigue of our time. The past and present do more than co-exist; they enrich one another.
About restaurant Kaagman & kortekaas
Kaagman & Kortekaas, in the picturesque St. Nicholas Street from the old town, is inspired by the style of contemporary bistros of Paris. It combines a casual and intimate atmosphere with a high quality and recognizable quality. Kaagman & Kortekaas is much game and poultry, homemade sausages and oysters at the bar. It carries a small card with a weekly changing menu with purely traditional and seasonal dishes.
n the old Parool newspaper building on the Wibautstraat , which previously housed pop uprestaurant Baut opens chief Michiel van der Eerde his new restaurant C , which stands for Celsius.
Restaurant Hangar in the North of Amsterdam
The Ceuvel site is one of the most sustainable and unique urban and landscape developments in Europe.
Centre for media, culture, fashion, food and crafts.
The building where once the first electric trams in Amsterdam were serviced has been granted a new life.
Latei on the Zeedijk is a combination of a small restaurant and a second-hand shop. In this charming and somewhat chaotic place, one can have a cup of tea and apple pie, a cheese roll or an Indian meal while everything that you see and hear around you is for sale.
Barber is a shaving salon in Amsterdam. We believe every man needs some time for himself, and we believe in the luxury of a good old straight razor shave or trim.
Dinner at the north side of the IJ-river. Enjoy the nice atmosphere, great kitchen & terrific view over the Amsterdam city centre.
The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is an international museum dedicated to modern and contemporary art and design.
Cafe Modern is a small, cozy restaurant with a great atmosphere and a no-nonsense menu. Jump on one of the free ferries behind Central Station to Amsterdam-Noord and grab a bite to eat
Want to experience Amsterdam like a local? Then Citinerary’s just what you need!
The 3D Print Canal House is an exhibition, research- and building site for 3D Printing Architecture. A unique project where an international team of partners collaborates in ‘research & doing’ linking science, design, construction and community, by 3D printing a canal house at an expo-site in the very heart of Amsterdam.
Did you know the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam hosts free lunch concerts almost every week for you to enjoy?
Enjoy the beautiful architecture, the exhibitions, one of the four cinemas and the stunning view from the EYE restaurant.
Check out the hottest places in town.