“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!”
Amsterdam een super mooie stad waar de shoppingstraatjes en pleintjes volledig aan uw verwachtingen voldoen. Super gemakkelijk om de metro en tram te nemen. Ga zeker eens langs bij het new york steakhouse op het Leidse plein!
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This is an amazing city. I was here about 10 years ago and it has really been cleaned up and more tourist frienldy. It wouldn’t really be somewhere i would bring kids. Very easy city to navigate around. Food can be hit or miss. Coffee shops vary hugely from commercial ones to more local ones. Loads of shopping but main shopping street has nearly all the same shops as every other European city. Night life is amazing. Red light district not as sleezy as you would think. Everyone needs to go on at least one canal cruise. Use places like tours and tickets to buy tickets for tours they are much cheaper. Amsterdam has something for everyone.
Amsterdam is mooi maar wel erg druk . We hebben gegeten in het Hard Rock Café een gezellige tent . Mooi muziek vriendelijk personeel lekkere hamburgers . We zijn naar Anna frank huis geweest dat is de moeite . Een boottocht gedaan super gezellig . Door de gezellige straatjes gewandeld .
Beautiful city visually with great atmosphere. Too many options for Museums and Art galleries to cover in a few days. Free Walking tour was a great way to start and get ourselves oriented. Many options for restaurants….lovely to eat on the side walk. Experienced both open canal boat cruise and hiring our own boat with friends. Excellent fun.
Amsterdam’s 17th century canals run through the heart of the city and have been awarded World Heritage status. Lined by iconic, narrow buildings and home to many sleepy houseboats, a stroll along the maze of canals is a pleasant attraction in itself. When you need to relax, there’s always a café nearby. A combination of pub and cafe, ‘brown cafes’, as they are called, have an intimate, cosy atmosphere and serve a range of traditional drinks and snacks.
“From the moment you step in the door you feel the good and friendly ambience. From the fantastic welcome, to friendly talks during our stay and the goodbye with our goodie bag. The breakfast is yummy…”
Right in the heart of the action and just a 5 minute walk from the notorious Red Light District, Dam Square lies in the center of Amsterdam’s main shopping hub. Make sure to visit the Nieuwe Kerk, which regularly features cultural exhibitions. View hotels.
Kimpton De Witt Hotel provides a luxurious, light-hearted haven where the very best of this iconic city intersects. The hotel is inspired by Dutch heritage but with a tailored twist and Kimpton’s signature wit and whimsy. A living wall and Delft-inspired tile welcomes guests into an inviting living room and a lush interior open-air courtyard, complete with swings. The restaurant stars local brews and elevated fare, while the beignet and coffee window satisfies late night and early morning cravings. Every afternoon the hotel hosts a wine reception for all hotel guests. Make sure you visit the historic bar where curated cocktails and a social ambiance prevail.
“Besides a cozy room and comfortable mattress, the customer service exceeded all. The receptionists were very helpful and attended to your every need/question. Good location and very easy to get around.”
Amsterdam is een stad met zeer veel historie. De stad is omstreeks de 13e eeuw aangelegd aan de Zuiderzee en het IJ. De stad staat bekend om haar prachtige grachten. Daarom hebben veel hotels in Amsterdam zich gevestigd langs een van de talloze grachtengordels. Diezelfde grachtengordel werd in augustus 2012 op de wereld erfgoedlijst van UNESCO geplaatst.
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.
“It’s perfect location near tram stop that takes you to the city centre. Hotel rents bicycles as well. There is a bar downstairs and you can buy some snacks water and beverages by the reception. But we find Lidl very near by which was convenient.We could borrow eu adapter for deposit of €10. Room had kettle and tea provided, also lovely map of Amsterdam that we had used a lot.”
Even though the city is small, there are so many things to see. Rijksmuseum is amazing. And the food courts nearby carry delicious treats. Try the waffles with soft ice cream, or the French fries. Buy tulip bulbs and different cheeses. Get a daily pass from the machines on the bus stops and travel freely for an entire day for about €8. Watch out for bicycle paths as there are plenty of bicycles and it does take some getting used to.
Beschrijving XO Hotels Park West ligt op slechts 1 km van het treinstation Amsterdam Sloterdijk, en op 20 minuten rijden van de luchthaven Schiphol. Het biedt elegant ingerichte kamers met gratis WiFi.
A stay at the family-friendly Bastion Hotel Amsterdam – Centrum-Noord means you’ll be within easy access of the centre of Amsterdam and attractions such as the NEMO Science Centre and EYE Film Institute. The 3-star hotel features air-conditioned rooms equipped with minibars, LCD TVs and complimentary wi-fi, and guests can also make use of free parking. Make sure you enjoy the continental breakfast served each morning and relax in the evening with a drink in the on-site bar.
Like other big cities it’s busy and full of visitors and things are expensive. Lots of things one can do. Many food choices. Easy to get around. Not used to many bicycles on the street. Beautiful scenery because of canals.
The Anne Frank House is where the young Jewish girl, Anne Frank, and her family hid from the Nazis during the war and where she also wrote her famous diary of the ordeal. Today, the house is a museum dedicated to her memory with the original diary, photographs and personal possessions on display.
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 traveler might want to try the pickled herring, followed closely by a local beer.
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.
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This modern 5-star hotel sits in the quiet southern Amsterdam neighbourhood of Oud Zuid, on the banks of the River Amstel. The hotel is a short walk to Amsterdam’s best museums, the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum. Back in the hotel you can relax in the lounge or dine in the restaurant. The hotel offers free Wi-fi.
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.
Amsterdam has a quirky range of public transport, including traditional tram services that work through the city, numerous buses, and an extensive and efficient train service that runs to outer parts of the city and nearby towns. Thanks to the canals, there are also a range of water-based transport options, but the best way to get around is by bike – a firm favourite amongst the locals.
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