Pros: Cannot say enough about how great our stay was here! We extended our stay by a day we loved it so much. The prices were very reasonable. They checked us in 2 hrs early with zero hassle. All of the room supplies were included. While not exceedingly spacious, everything about the room and hotel oozed modern style. There was interesting literature on the shelves. The beds were clean and comfortable. In the lobby was a hip restaurant with delicious and affordable faire which we frequented almost every day, and at night became a popular bar until 1 am. There were many other places to eat, shop, or stroll past from the Hoxton’s central location, but it was far enough removed from the main tourist areas to feel somewhat local. I would recommend this place to anyone except maybe those traveling with children, as I believe they had to “cheat” to fit us into a single room, and we are smaller than your average humans as it was.
More adventurous visitors might be intrigued by the city’s famous red light district, in the old town area, with its window displays and sex shops. Despite initial reservations some may have, the area has a strong police presence and is populated by a range of people, from hen parties to tourists, seeking amusement and titillation more than anything else.
مدينه رومانسية وحولك القنوات المائيه في كل مكان لكن لا تصلح للاطفال وذلك لعدم وجود سياج حول القنوات او حاجز الا على الجسور!! وانتشار رائحة الحشيش الكريهة في الاسواق والكافيهات وذلك لانه مسموح في هولندا.. وكذالك ترى المتعاطين في الكافيهات يتعاطونه ولكن بنِسَب محدده..
“The bed is something amazing Shower fantastic Bed linnen awesome Breakfast marvellous There are a guy in the coffe called Marcelo his fantastic note 10 fir him Also Francisco in the front desk hes…”
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.
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.
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.
This is a peaceful suburb situated close to Waterlooplein. The area includes the house of the Dutch painter, Rembrandt, the Hermitage Museum and the Tropenmuseum. You can also enjoy nature in the Botanical Gardens (Hortus Botanicus) and at Artis, the city zoo. View hotels.
الوصف يقع فندق سير آدم في برج آدم الجديد كلياً في أمستردام ويطل على نهر آي ووسط المدينة التاريخي، كما يمكن للضيوف الاستمتاع بتناول البرغر في The Butcher Social Club، كما تقع المحطة المركزية على بعد دقيقتين…
Pros: The front desk staff was excellent. The hotel was a pleasant surprise. I was thrilled to stay in a room that was large, clean and very comfortable. Loved the robe, slippers and balcony with view of Amsterdam Centraal! The location was perfect. Hotel is historic so parts of it are older but for the location and price I paid I would absolutely stay here again. Also I ordered a pizza from room service and was amazed. It may have been the best pizza I have ever had!
We really enjoyed our time in Amsterdam. The location of the apartment was ideal, with easy walking distance to everywhere we wanted to go. We liked that the flat was open plan, with lots of windows, and even a view of the canal. The flat was spotlessly clean, and had everything we needed. So, five stars from us! Best wishes, Robyn & Steve Webber
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
De mensen zijn er zeer vriendelijk.Er is veel te zien. Gezellige stad,met kleine steegjes.Ook leuke pleinen waar animatie is. Openbaar vervoer is geweldig. Er zijn genoeg zaken waar je lekker kan eten.
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.
Moving slightly further from the city centre, the southern area of Amsterdam is home to top tourist attractions such as the Museum Quarter, Vondelpark and the lively markets of De Pijp. Hotels in this neighbourhood are also great for people looking for a quiet break in Amsterdam rather than a party weekend.
Pros: This hotel was in a great location and had very friendly staff. The room set up was a little strange. The bathroom was all glass and lacked privacy. The bed was also placed strangely with the foot of the bed against the wall. This was a very clean hotel, and one of the most comfortable beds I have ever slept 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!
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!
Amsterdam has a thriving and diverse nightlife that attracts many tourists. In addition to the traditional bars serving beer and snacks, there are various nightclubs around the city, such as the Escape, Club Home, and Panama. For a safe and quick journey we have a wide range of hotels in Amsterdam city centre that will make your nights out less complicated.
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.
In Amsterdam you can find Amsterdam hotels that accept pets. Hotels of all categories that welcome a dog or cat for a small cleaning surcharge. Many of these hotels are situated next to a park, where you can take your dog out for a walk.
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.
This modern 4-star hotel is found in Amsterdam’s Zuidas district, a short drive from the World Trade Centre. Nearby tram and metro stations mean you’re within easy reach of the city centre. Hotel highlights include three restaurants, a bar, gym and sauna; and there’s free wifi to keep you connected.
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.
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!
Ideally located for Amsterdam Arena, Ziggo Dome and Afas Live, the smart easyHotel Amsterdam Arena Boulevard is found in the south-east of the city, close to public transport links to the historic centre and the airport. The hotel has a 24-hour reception, and offers free wi-fi, tour and ticket assistance and bike rental. Rooms include modern furnishings, air conditioning and TVs.
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Drukke stad, mooie plekjes aan het water met gezellige tuintjes naast de grachten. Voor mij is de stad iets te groot.Enorm druk verkeer en fietsers die je gewoon omver rijden als je niet uitkijkt. Amsterdammers zijn wel heel behulpzaam. Openbaar vervoer is goedkoop en gebruiksvriendelijk
Situated on Dam Square and offering views of the Royal Palace, the 5-star NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is an elegant choice. A short walk away, the 4-star Radisson Blu Hotel, Amsterdam, cleverly merges contemporary design with the historical architecture of 18th century merchant houses.
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..
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?)
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