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“Mooie locatie dicht bij station Amsterdam Bijlmer Arena waar je met de trein binnen 15 minuten in hartje Amsterdam stond. Verder nette kamers en goede parkeergelegenheid bij de P+R onder de Arena (1 euro per dag wanneer het openbaar vervoer werd gebruikt om naar het centrum te komen)”
Two of the best places to try hand-made stroopwafels are a little café called Lanskroon, in the centre of the city, and from the vendor in Albert Cuypmarkt who makes them from fresh throughout the day.
“My girlfriend and I arrived with chest infections – at reception, the young guy with short dark hair was extremely helpful and arranged our doctor’s appointment. He saved my holiday. All other staff were lovely too”
If you’ve made it to Amsterdam, you’ll probably want to spend a night (or ten) here; there is far too much to see and do in a day. Amsterdam hotels range from the basic to brilliant, and if you’re looking for an extra unique place to lay your head check out our pick of 10 unusual hotels in Amsterdam. If you’d rather self-cater though, then you should check out some of the city’s short-stay apartments or houseboats.
Mr. Jordaan Deze accommodatie maakt deel uit van ons Programma voor Aanbevolen Partners. Ze werken aan positieve ervaringen door middel van prima service en goede prijs/kwaliteitverhouding. Ze betalen Booking.com doorgaans een beetje meer om deel te nemen aan dit programma.
Cons: No cotton washcloths No alcohol on the premises Small refrigerator No ice? Limited dining in the area Must take a taxi to/from airport or port, the train is too far to walk with luggage The price the hotel quoted us for the taxi was incorrect. The taxi companies charged more.
The apt was fully equipped with beautiful artwork and a lovely fresh bouquet of flowers. Those nice touches made it feel like home. Host was welcoming and provided a great deal of info re transits, etc.
Amsterdam’s Centraal train station leads directly to the city’s medieval centre, known as De Wallen. Home to the infamous Red Light District as well as Dam Square, this area features a variety of hotel options ranging from hostels and basic hotels to 5-star luxury accommodation.
This luxurious 5-star hotel is situated in a completely renovated 17th century building located between Dam and Rembrandt Square. Its facilities include free wifi, a 24-hour front desk, and an on-site restaurant. The recently refurbished rooms are stylishly decorated and feature free wifi, satellite TVs, minibars, coffee/tea makers and bathroom amenities.
Amsterdam has always been one of my favourite places to stay From cheap hostels with your mates to high end luxury with your fiancé it’s all available Loads to do in and around Amsterdam Fashion district is worth going to see Grab yourself a bike and go explore
Pros: I moly took off one star because they weren’t very understanding of my accidental booking. Because of the change in time coming from the US, I booked for an extra day without realizing we actually get to amsterdam the next day!! They said because I booked through a third party they couldn’t do anything but they could have given something complimentary to offset it. Of course it was my fault but still. The hotel was clean and they were very accommodating on the other hand, they help with booking events for you and give you a crib for a baby if you ask. They also have toothpaste if you forget yours and have European charging adapters to loan
Pros: The INK hotel is in the perfect spot and it’s a gorgeous boutique. The room had very unique, modern decor with stylish writing on the walls. I worried that the look might come off cheesy, but it was very well done. Loves the staff, restaurant, and bar!
Cons: Small room, tiny bathroom Room unclean, dirty carpet: when we first came into the room, there was a bit of paper on the floor. It was not hidden or difficult to get. I left it there on purpose and it stayed there for three days. It was finally removed (vacuumed?)
Van de betoverende grachtengordel tot de levendige Wallen, en van de drukte van het Rembrandtplein tot de rustige woonwijken van Oud Zuid – Amsterdam is verrassend in variatie, en iedere bezoeker voelt zich er thuis.
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Situated in one of the oldest streets, in the famous old town centre, Hotel Internationaal is only 20 minutes by train from the airport and a 2 minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station. The hotel has a friendly Dutch pub, which was founded in 1928 for the sailors coming back from their long sea journeys. Until today, the style of the interior has remained authentic, with a old harpoon hanging above the bar and a lot of other antiques reminding us of the “Golden age”.
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A short walk from the fashionable P.C. Hoofstraat shopping district, this modern 4-star hotel sits close to Leidse Square. Hotel highlights include a spa with hammam and sauna, a gym, onsite bar and restaurant and free wifi to keep you connected.
De Pijp, Amsterdam’s “Latin Quarter” is a trendy residential area with an abundance of cafés, bistros, shops and restaurants. This bustling neighbourhood lies between Museumplein and the River Amstel and plays daily host to the city’s oldest street market, the Albert Cuypmarkt. Picturesque Sarphatipark is a pretty oasis in de Oude Pijp – a haven of calm in the middle of this lively neighbourhood. View hotels.
Eenmaal terug in het levendige centrum mag u de Dam met het Koninklijk Paleis niet missen, en ook de middeleeuwse straatjes van de Wallen – de bekende ‘Rosse Buurt’ – zijn een bezoek waard. Vlak bij het centrum ligt het Anne Frank Museum, waar de geschiedenis van de jodenvervolging in Amsterdam tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog in beeld gebracht is.
The full-service spa Skins Institute has an infrared sauna, traditional Finnish sauna, Turkish steam bath, 4 treatment rooms for singles and couples, a relax room with a patio along the Amstel River, river-view swimming pool with a jet stream, and a 24-hour fitness studio equipped with the latest technology. Guests can indulge in beauty treatments, detoxification wraps, facials, bespoke body treatments, manicures and pedicures, and massages, all using custom-made organic products.
Famous for its museums, most important of which are located in the Museumplein, Amsterdam offers you a chance to see unforgettable masterpieces by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Mondriaan and more. The Anne Frank House is a sobering reminder of the city’s more recent history. After a lot of walking, the Rijksmuseum is a great place to rest and get some extra culture before visiting Amsterdam’s lovely Vondelpark.
I tend to over pack for trips and my visit to a Belvilla holiday home was no exception. As I filled the car I had visions of my new neighbours laughing as I attempted to drag everything inside. What I didn’t know was that those neighbours would be non-existent.
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!
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