Enjoy a modern stay with Amsterdam centre just minutes away, in a hotel which provides excellent accommodation for your trip to the city. On-site services are extensive, including currency exchange, dry cleaning and safety deposit. The hotel also offers Wi-Fi connection so you can stay connected throughout your stay. Guest rooms are immaculate and come fitted with all the essential amenities; you’ll have no trouble settling in. For those seeking leisure, the hotel has a health club available for use, as well as a sauna and a lobby bar to help you unwind at the end of the day. If you’re visiting Amsterdam on business, the hotel also has audio/visual equipment, an overhead projector and meeting rooms to aid you. Should you need anything else during your stay, the friendly staff will be more than happy to help.
During the day, there is a whole host of attractions to keep you occupied. A trip to Amsterdam is not complete without visiting the famous canal ring, which provides beautiful scenery for a walk or bike ride. You can also choose to hire a boat and view the surroundings from the water, which is truly a unique experience. Alternatively, why not soak up some culture and visit one of the many museums and galleries that the city has to offer? The Van Gogh museum houses hundreds of the artist’s greatest works; the permanent collection is organised into five distinct periods, each representing a different period of his life. This is certainly an opportunity not to be missed.
Amsterdam is also home to a large number of shopping districts; if you’re looking for some retail therapy, you’ll be spoilt for choice. ‘The Nine Little Streets’ is a quaint little shopping area that offers a selection of unique stores and cosy cafes. The charming brickwork lanes and nearby canals are a breath of fresh air from the typical high street shopping streets.
In the evening, there is a plethora of critically acclaimed restaurants for you to try. Restaurant Greetje is a great place to dine, which serves old-fashioned Dutch cuisine with a twist. With a delightful ambience and excellent service, you’ll be sure to make a repeat visit. After dinner, you might want to unwind in one of the many bars the city has to offer. Café Belgique offers an extensive range of beers, including eight Belgian draught beers and over thirty bottled varieties. The interior décor is a strange meeting between 17th century Dutch art and street graffiti, which somehow manage to compliment each other.