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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.
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..
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.
This lively hotel is right in the middle of the Red Light District. The rooms (and apartments) are decorated with playful touches like graffiti, vibrant wallpaper and neon lights. The hotel’s bar regularly hosts DJ and live music nights.
Sir Adam Hotel 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.
“Leuk hotel voor bezoekje aan Amsterdam, vlakbij station en centrum. Eenvoudige, schone kamer met alles wat je nodig hebt: douche, toilet, bed en TV. Niet ruim maar dat maakt het leuke terras en het café weer goed. Vriendelijk personeel en lekker eten. Op de dag dat ik aankwam, tegen de 30 gr.C, stond de ventilator al te draaien om de kamer af te laten koelen. Heel attent!”
Pros: The hotel staff were very friendly and responsive. We were upgraded to a nice room. The breakfast was fantastic, probably the best we had had in a long time. The location is perfect for any visitor and Amsterdam is one of the most picturesque cities in the world. Also to note, people in Amsterdam (including all the hotel staff) were extremely friendly and ready to help. Loved it!
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.
Quiet, but reasonably close to the city centre. The host cares about your experience, and gives alot of helpful information about the apartment, the community, as well as transit info. The apartment is very well equipped.
Trendy design touches add a splash of character to this funky hotel, located just a short walk from the Van Gogh Museum. Its set across four classic Amsterdam townhouses, so you can feel like a real local.
The Hoxton, Amsterdam is made up of a series of five canal houses overlooking both the Herengracht and Singel canals. The property has a fascinating history, dating from the early 17th Century, formally a residential town house that was home to the Mayor of Amsterdam. The hotel will consist of 111 rooms and will also house it’s very own Apartment, our meeting and event space like no other, restaurant and bar.
Known as Grachtengordel in Dutch. This neighbourhood is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and sits just outside the old city centre. The most popular areas to stay here are Rembrandtsplein and Leidseplein, two of Amsterdam’s most popular nightlife areas.
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”.
Pros: The Pulitzer was recently redesigned and it exceeded my expectations in almost every way. The location can’t be beat. It’s in a very smart area in Amsterdam with great bars, shops, and restaurants nearby. The design of the hotel is very chic. The interior courtyard garden is amazing. Everything was perfect except service at restaurant Jansz. Everyone was well intended but some people (hostess) abandoned post for several minutes and people were left waiting to be received and, &! My case, to collect my coat. This is one area of operation to inspect. Otherwise, everything was so perfect. I’ve stayed also at the Dylan hotel and Waldorf and I would say that this hotel is better than Waldorf because the design is so smart and not generic like Waldorf. And I would say it’s equal to the Dylan. Dylan is also chic but has a more classic design inspiration. Stay here while it’s still affordable. I imagine rates will increase once reviews and bookings start coming in.
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!
Pros: Hotel was awesome!! Staying here was an awesome decision. Right next to a metro station, so instant access to city center and everywhere. Hotel was beautiful and everyone was wonderful. Many many amenities and great roof party!

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Amsterdam ID Aparthotel features a rooftop terrace and puts you within a 15-minute drive of Anne Frank House. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout or grab a bite to eat at Adam’s ID, which serves international cuisine and is open for breakfast. A bar/lounge and a sauna are offered, and in-room conveniences at this Art Deco hotel include refrigerators and microwaves.
Cons: My single room was tiny. It was impossible to see the television from the bed. In the evening, the lobby turned into a very crowded and noisy nightlife venue. Because of the crowd, it was difficult to get in and out of the hotel. Would never stay here again.
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.
“unieke locatie en alles wat men wilt,zoals een compacte kamer met al het nodige comfort en zeer vriendelijke bediening met de nodige uitleg om bijvoorbeeld het veer te nemen of in de late uurtjes het shuttelbusje”
To get a feel for how the locals shop, head to Albert Cuypmarkt, Amsterdam’s oldest and busiest market. Here, you can find a wide array of cheap goods and tasty snacks, including stroopwafels, doughnuts, and egg rolls. Tulips can be bought from Bloemenmarkt, by the Singel, and Delftware, the famous blue and white Dutch pottery, can be bought at many specialist shops in the city, such as Jorrit Heinen Royal Gifts and Collectables in the Munt Tower.
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.
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.
Description Mr. Jordaan provides accommodation in Amsterdam near Anne Frank House and Royal Palace Amsterdam. Around an 11-minute walk from Dam Square, the property is also close to Beurs van Berlage.
This B&B boutique hotel is in the city’s 9 straatjes (9 streets) area, which is famous for its excellent shops. This hotel’s suites and apartments are very quirky, the perfect base for those interested in art and vintage style.
Cons: I had high hopes for this property upon arrival, but overall was let down. I had the hotel dry clean three silk items, all of which were ruined. It took me over a week to get them to resolve it and in the end, they only paid out 75% of the replacement cost. We were put in a disabled accessible room located right by the elevator (despite not requesting an accessible room). It was loud, the accessible shower allowed water to get all over the bathroom floor. The vanity outlet in the bathroom wouldn’t work and it took them coming out two times to fix it, leaving me unable to do my hair both mornings we were there. Upon arrival, the woman who greeted us (and was apparently training) said that welcome drinks were complimentary for guests. When the man training her joined her to do our check-in in the lounge, he asked if we were in town for anything special. I mentioned it was for my husband’s birthday weekend and he offered to “cover our drinks.” This seemed odd given the woman had just told us they were complimentary. Not sure if he was being underhanded or if the woman training was just mistaken. The whole thing struck me as odd.
Amsterdam is overflowing with accommodation choices for every type of trip. Whether you’re visiting for a romantic weekend, a business trip or a fun holiday with friends, you’ll be spoilt for choice with brilliant places to stay in Amsterdam.
تقع هذه الضاحية الهادئة بالقرب من واترلوبلاين. وتضم المنطقة بيت الرسام الهولندي رامبرانت ومتحف الارميتاج ومتحف تروبينميوزيوم. كما يمكنك التمتع بالطبيعة في الحدائق النباتية (Hortus Botanicus) وحديقة الحيوان آرتيس. شاهد الفنادق.
Pros: The location is great, opposite Centraal Railway station and you avoid the added cost and hassle of catching a cab to your hotel. Most tourist spots are within walking distance. Staff was great, they let us check in early and check out late which helped us a great deal.
De Plantage is een rustige buurt, dicht bij het Waterlooplein. Hier vindt u het Rembrandthuis, het Hermitage Museum en het Tropenmuseum. In de Hortus Botanicus kunt u genieten van bijzondere planten; dierentuin Artis is een belevenis apart. Bekijk hotels.

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