Experience style and design under one roof. This four star hotel, set in the heart of Amsterdam, provides superb accommodation for your trip to the city. There are numerous services available on-site, including safety deposit, dry cleaning and Wi-Fi access. You can even hire a bicycle from the hotel, enabling you to travel around the city with ease. The comfortable guest rooms are fitted with a flat screen LCD TV, coffee/tea facilities and an en-suite bathroom; you’ll have no problem settling in. For those visiting the city on business, the hotel has a range of amenities to aid you, including a business centre, a photocopier and a fax machine. Should you require anything else during your stay, the friendly staff are always on hand and will be happy to help.
The surrounding area offers many top attractions for you to visit during the day. Many choose to visit the Van Gogh museum, which houses hundreds of the artist’s greatest works. It provides a great day out for everyone; even those who are not art enthusiasts can appreciate the genius behind some pieces in the exhibition. You might prefer to visit some of the iconic landmarks of Amsterdam. The Magere Brug is a traditional Dutch drawbridge, which crosses over the river Amstel. It is a beautiful sight to behold during the day, but at night it is illuminated by lights that make the whole area seem enchanting – be sure to take a camera! Alternatively, Oude Kerk is a beautiful protestant church, which is a great example of Gothic-renaissance architecture.
For those seeking some retail therapy, Amsterdam has much to offer. De Jordaan is a bohemian neighborhood that provides a unique shopping experience. The winding streets are enthralling and you can spend hours exploring them, stumbling across second-hand stores and art galleries as you go. It’s a great area to purchase vintage clothing and souvenirs for loved ones. For those who prefer a more familiar shopping experience, Kalverstraat is the place to go. This street offers a selection of chain clothing shops, as well as a chic department store, Maison de Bonneterie.
Amsterdam is home to a large number of fine restaurants, so you’ll have no trouble finding somewhere to dine in the evening. District V is a charming venue that serves French bistro cuisine. The menu changes fortnightly here, and the outside terrace is perfect for a summer’s evening – you’ll definitely want to make a repeat visit. Have a pleasant stay in Amsterdam!