With spacious and comfortable bedrooms and just a 5-minute walk from Leidseplein, this Top Secret Hotel offers guests excellent facilities in a top location.
The property is fully air-conditioned, and offers guests a number of excellent services and facilities at the reception desk, which is open 24 hours a day. International guests can arrange airport transfer services for your convenience, and there are a number of parking spaces available for those arriving by car. Guests are also welcome to use the efficient laundry and dry cleaning service available, and there is free Wi-Fi and newspapers available in the lobby area.
Rooms, that are part of these attractive offers next to Leidseplein, are very spacious and offer guests a number of modern comforts to make your stay as relaxing and comfortable as possible. Each room is equipped with a beautiful en-suite bathroom, which comes complete with complimentary toiletries, a hairdryer, and a make-up mirror for your convenience. Rooms are also equipped with excellent entertainment facilities, including a state of the art flat screen LCD television, pay-per-view movie access, and high-speed Internet so you can relax in style. For those visiting Amsterdam on business the property has photocopying and PC facilities for you to use should you need, and rooms all include a work desk.
One of Amsterdam’s most visited institutions is the Anne Frank House, the home of the young Jewish girl whose diaries from World War II led to her name being internationally recognised as a symbol of the sufferings of Jews at the hands of the Nazis. The house has been converted into a museum and contains an amazing exhibition depicting the persecution of the Jews during the War, as well as telling Anne’s story using extracts from her diary. A must-visit for history lovers, or those that wish to learn more about the Nazi regime and its impact on life for the Jews and others who were persecuted in one of the most poignant pieces of history to date.
Amsterdam is hugely popular with art lovers, largely due to the city being the home of the Vincent Van Gogh Museum since 1973. Containing over 200 paintings, 700 letters and 500 drawings from one of the most famous artists in history, the museum provides an inspirational experience that is a must-see for art lovers. Exhibitions also showcase how Van Gogh’s work developed over the years and looks at how he was inspired by other artists, providing an interesting insight into his creative flair which led to the masterpieces that are worth millions of pounds today.