Secret Hotels customers after the finer things in life will be enchanted by this luxury 5* Top Secret Hotel with an unrivalled location in the heart of Amsterdam’s historic city centre. The hotel’s spacious and finely furnished double en-suite guest rooms all feature climate control, free high speed Wi-Fi internet, fully stocked minibar, a flat screen LCD TV and complimentary luxury toiletries. Convenient onsite hotel facilities include a currency exchange, car rental desk, 24 hour concierge, wellness area, lobby bar, valet parking and dry cleaning services. This exceptional hotel is ideal for both business and leisure guests courtesy of the extensive, fully-equipped business centre with numerous conference rooms and the tranquil health club which offers an indoor pool, sauna, solarium, gym and spa. For a quality hotel in a fantastic location, look no further.
Just a short walk from the hotel through the stunningly ornate 17th century architecture and alongside the city’s historic canals is the iconic Anne Frank House museum. Located on the Prinsengracht canal, the museum is housed in what was formerly Anne Frank’s family home where she hid from the Nazi’s during WWII. Drawing in millions of tourists each year, the house helps to preserve Anne’s memory and inform tourists of the atrocities that occurred in Amsterdam during the German occupation. After visiting the museum tourists may wish to hire a bike to take a leisurely ride alongside the picturesque canals and through the historic cobbled squares.
Those with a keen interest in the arts, culture and history will enjoy the hotel’s proximity to the city’s Museum Quarter and iconic Museum Square. One of the most popular attractions in the city is the Rijksmuseum which is home to over a million historic artefacts, including several masterpieces by the likes of Rembrandt and Vermeer. Just a stone’s throw from the Rijksmuseum is another one of the world’s most visited museums, the Van Gogh Museum. Home to the largest collection of Van Gogh’s paintings, including drawings and letters, the museum is a must-see for art enthusiasts.
In order to experience modern day Amsterdam tourists are advised to catch the tram and explore the trendy downtown areas of the city and its vibrant nightlife scene. From contemporary, stylish cocktail bars and cosy jazz lounges to traditional Dutch pubs serving locally brewed ales and beers. The majority of the city’s most popular and exclusive clubs are located in the Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein areas of the city which are easily accessible after dark on the metro or by taxi.