The house is very comfortable, has everything you need for a short or long stay, everything was clean. We were 2 couples, and we had a really nice stay at Brazil apartment. The hostess is very helpful and very kind too 🙂 Recommend!
The DeLaMar Theater is also host to a range of international theatre, musical, and dance performances. The Dutch National Opera & Ballet has been the main opera house in Amsterdam since 1986 and is home to the Dutch National Opera and Dutch National Ballet. Across from the Museum Square is the Concertgebouw, home to the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and considered to have some of the best acoustics in the world.
The apartment was perfect for our stay. We were initially hesistant that the noise around Leidesplein may ruin our vacation, but we were surprised that the nosie (even at 4 or 5 in the morning) didn’t bother us! The apartment was clean and very comfortable.
From the moment of booking online till leaving the apartment I felt taken care of. I was in contact with Vivian, who takes care of Esther’s apartments. She was quick with her replies to all my questions (I had many…) and also gave me awesome hints and tricks for my first stay in Amsterdam. Vivian was available and very flexible for our check-in time. The apartment itself was clean and made me feel at home. It is an apartment which doesn’t leak of character. Only the floor was pretty cold and I would recommend to future guests to bring warm socks or house shoes. In summertime, one might be happy with the cold. Heating, Wifi, hot water, beds: all perfect. The apartment is perfectly situated for guests who like to spend time in the city centre. Only a 10 minutes walk and you are there and still the road at the apartment is very quiet. The church bells are something different. I didn’t mind but my friend recommends earplugs. I highly recommend this apartment and will book again for the next time. Best regards Kim
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Pros: Three adults, including myself, stayed here a day before and after a cruise. The hotel was a great price and offered three single beds and a very large bathroom. Being from the U.S. with limited public transportation where I live, I did not realize that the tram is different than the train. We thought we could take the tram to and from the airport and port, but you need to take a taxi, so that was a little disappointing. The tram is an excellent way to get downtown, though. You pay right on the tram, 7.50 Euros for 24 hours. The staff was extremely helpful in giving directions regarding navigating the city and helping answer a variety of questions. They even ordered taxi pick up for us.
Shop till you drop at Amsterdam’s most luxury shopping street, PC Hooftstraat, the most popular street market at Albert Cuyp or in the fancy design shops of the Jordaan district. Famous pancakes and frites with mayonnaise are a must-try! The more adventurous traveller might want to try the pickled herring, followed closely by a local beer.
Cool and convenient, The Student Hotel Amsterdam West is a 3-star contemporary hotel in the upcoming area of Slotervaart. Decorated in a style that’s both functional and fun, modern furniture and eye-catching colour can be found throughout, with a spacious gym and a bright and inviting ‘Berlin-style’ restaurant. The Student Hotel Amsterdam’s rooms have free wifi, a flat-screen cable TV and private bathroom, as well as modern design furniture and use of a shared kitchen.
there were only 4 cups and 5 glasses with one to chip. The vesicle lava door was held with tape. the full under the cuissine too. One of the shower had no fitting and was leaking a lot. No calves, no double bed and especially no bed at the same height to make a double bed. On the gas stove only one plate out of 4 was functional. The WIFI did not work either and it did not work out of the week despite a trip to the agency.
الوصف يوفر ميستر جوردان أماكن إقامة في أمستردام بالقرب من منزل آن فرانك والقصر الملكي – أمستردام، ويبعد مكان الإقامة هذا مسافة 11 دقيقة تقريبًا سيرًا على الأقدام من ساحة دام، كما يقع بالقرب من بورز فان…
Set in a historic building that dates back to 1855, NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is a landmark in Amsterdam. It is situated right on the main square and enjoys a privileged location overlooking the Royal Palace. Reach many of the city’s attractions on foot, such as the Van Gogh Museum, the Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam Central Station is only seven minutes away. Recently renovated, NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky has 451 spacious contemporary rooms. There are 8 family rooms, 35 apartments with canal views and 10 premium triple rooms. Each has individually controlled air-conditioning, Nespresso machines, rain-effect showers and ultra-comfortable mattresses. The height of luxury is the Royal Suite, spread over two floors. A delectable breakfast is served daily in the grand 19th century Winter Garden. A perfect setting for a wedding, the hotel has 20 meeting rooms for up to 1500 people. Opened in April 2016, Michelin starred The White Room is a true gastronomic delight. 3-Michelin star chef, Jacob Jan Boerma, heads the kitchen. Grand Café Krasnapolsky is ideal for business lunches, enjoying views of the Dam Square. To unwind, head to Bar The Tailor and enjoy a cocktail menu hand-crafted by Tess Posthumus.
Een dagje kunst kijken? Ga dan naar het Museumplein, waar op verschillende locaties, waaronder het Rijksmuseum, de meesterwerken van Hollandse schilders als Rembrandt en moderne kunstenaars als Van Gogh en Mondriaan te zien zijn. Vlak bij het Museumplein vindt u de groene oase van het Vondelpark, in alle seizoenen prachtig om te wandelen.
This hotel combines 18th and 19th Century architecture with sleek modernity. The hotel has a fitness centre, a cocktail bar and a restaurant serving up Dutch fare made from locally sourced ingredients.
Located in Zuidas, this romantic hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre, Van Gogh Museum, and Albert Cuyp Market. Rijksmuseum and Heineken Experience are also within 2 mi (3 km).
This modern 5-star hotel stands close to Dam Square, in the heart of Amsterdam. Keeping its original historic exterior, inside you’ll find a modern style. There’s plenty to keep you entertained during your stay including a restaurant, bar and free wifi.
Right in the heart of the action and just a five-minute walk from the notorious Red Light District, Dam Square lies at the centre of Amsterdam’s main shopping hub. Make sure to visit the Nieuwe Kerk, which regularly features cultural exhibitions. View hotels.
Cons: Had booking confirmation in-hand. Manager asked a ton of questions, asked me to email her the confirmation, wasted a half hour till she finally told me the reservation cannot be honored because their reservation system was already closed, meaning they overbooked and refused my reservation after I already showed up at the hotel. They wasted my time. They were rude. They tried to blame me even though all i did was book online. They provided no assistance in getting a different room in the city. Awful experience. BE CAREFULL ON BUSY NIGHTS, THEY OVERBOOK.
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Hostels are cheap Amsterdam accommodation option where a number of people share one room or a dorm. Cheap hostels are a good alternative for those on a budget, but offer less privacy. They are mostly visited by students and backpackers, thus are popular places to meet fellow travellers. Most of the youth hostels are situated in the city centre and the prices vary from 17 to 30 euros per person. There are also smoking allowed hostels equipped with smoking room.
Originally a working-class neighbourhood, an influx of artists has given Jordaan a bohemian feel, with its narrow streets, charming hofjes (inner courtyards) and independent boutiques and art galleries. On Monday mornings a flea market stretches from Noordermarkt to Westerstraat in the heart of the Jordaan district. View hotels.
Cons: The front desk and housekeeping seemed understaffed. There always seemed to be a very long line to check in/out & ask questions. Rooms were not ready when promised although it ended up working in our favor as we received an upgrade & free drinks at the bar.
Amsterdam is a cosy city, with a flurry of winding streets, tall, narrow houses, and cute bridges popping up over the array of canals. Strolling through the markets, past the design-led cafes, and the boutique shops is like stepping back in time to a world where cobbled streets ruled and friendly faces were around every corner. There’s a wealth of art and design throughout the city too, with a number of galleries, studios, and museums showcasing the creative atmosphere of Amsterdam. Fit in with the locals by hiring a bike and whizzing alongside trams, over humped bridges, and into the labyrinth of cool, quirky streets. And, afterwards, soak up the intimate ambiance with one of our apartments in Amsterdam, where you can stay in a budget flat or boutique holiday rental in the centre of all the action.
Pros: The building is an antique that seems to recently been rejuvenated. It’s important to keep this in mind when coming here, because the place is not a modern hotel, and so some modern things may be missing. For example, the elevators could be quite awkward and I cannot imagine how the floors are handicap accessible. That said, the bathrooms were brand new and quite nice. And finally, they throw in a full, FREE mini-bar.
Cons: The room was incredibly stuffy as there was no A/C. We couldn’t open the windows at night because the building construction next door started promptly at 7 am and the noise was unbearable with the windows open. Would never had booked here if I knew I would get about 2 hrs of sleep per night. The price was decent but now I know why!
This luxurious boutique hotel has views over the Keizersgracht canal. Rooms have courtyard views, flat screen TVs and Bose sound systems. Some have cathedral ceilings, rainfall showerheads and canopy beds. The suite has its very own espresso machine!
Cons: Room had odd shaped useless bedside tables. Counter was the only shelving facility in the room. Not enough for toiletries, phone/charger, wallets etc. we ordered dinner in the room and had no where to place the dishes except if we removed our stuff or ate on our laps. Most uncomfortable design. Hotel was located 15 minutes away from the charming city hub (on foot). Overall it didn’t add any good impression to make it worth returning to.
Business travellers may prefer to stay in Amsterdam’s Zuidas district. Known as the city’s “Financial Mile,” the region is located between the city centre and Schiphol Airport and features a range of business hotels near the RAI Convention Centre.
Amsterdam has three main theatres which host a wide variety of entertainment. The Stadsschouwburg is the former home of the National Ballet and Opera and offers a mixture of contemporary and traditional plays, mainly by Dutch writers.
With a stay at Tulip Inn Amsterdam Riverside in Amsterdam (Zuidoost), you’ll be within a 15-minute drive of Heineken Music Hall and Amsterdam ArenA. This eco-friendly hotel is 7.7 mi (12.4 km) from Nes and 6.6 mi (10.6 km) from Hortus Botanicus.
Cons: The picture they show of the room is not even close to what I had to stay in. My room was old, smelled horrible, most of the lights did not work, and the shower head was broke. This has to be one of the worst experiences I have ever had in a hotel..
Amsterdam is so much fun Rent bikes as is great fun but be careful ! Great city for adventures Do the night cruise with beers and burgers it’s fun and a good way to meet people Great city to cycle around or walk and see a lot of places
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