This four star hotel is conveniently situated in the centre of Amsterdam, and offers excellent accommodation for your trip to the city. With a range of services on-site, including car rental and currency exchange, you’ll find everything you need during your stay. Wi-Fi is also readily available throughout the hotel, so you needn’t worry about staying connected. Guest rooms, in this monument next to the flower market, are comfortably furnished and come fitted with cable television, air conditioning and an en-suite bathroom; you’ll feel right at home. Should you require anything else, you’ll have the option to order room service. For those visiting on business, the hotel has conference rooms, audio/visual equipment and an overhead projector to aid you. If you need help with anything during your stay, the friendly staff are always on hand and will be happy to help.
There are numerous attractions in Amsterdam for you to visit during the day. Many choose to visit Oude Kerk, a stunning protestant church, which is a fine example of Gothic-renaissance architecture – be sure to take a camera. The area around the church provides a tranquil walk and has a great atmosphere in the evening. Alternatively, why not visit Rijksmuseum? This is the largest museum in the Netherlands and houses exquisite Dutch art by the likes of Rembrandt, Hals and Vermeer. Another great museum is the National Maritime Museum, which provides a great insight into the history Netherlands. With multimedia attractions and a large selection of old relics, this is a great day out for both adults and children.
If you’re seeking a first-rate shopping experience during your stay, Amsterdam has much to offer. De Jordan is a Bohemian area that contains several second-hand stores. It’s also a great place to purchase art, since there are several galleries and artist’s studios.
In the evening there is a whole host of critically acclaimed restaurants for you to try. Disrict V, which serves delicious French cuisine, is an absolute pleasure to dine in. With a vibrant atmosphere and a menu that changes fortnightly, you’ll want to come here again and again. After dinner you may want to pay a visit to one of the city’s top bars. Café Sound Garden is a grunge café that opened in the 90s. With a sunny terrace overlooking a canal and great music, this is an ideal place to have a drink at the end of the day.