Set in the historic city centre of Amsterdam, this hotel offers superb accommodation that merits each one of its five stars. On-site services are plentiful, including dry cleaning, currency exchange, car rental and safety deposit. This beautiful deluxe hotel with fantastic location also offers Wi-Fi access throughout, so you can remain connected for the duration of your stay. Guest rooms are comfortable and come fitted with all the essential amenities; you’ll feel right at home. The hotel has a range of leisure facilities available for use, such as an indoor pool and a spa. There is also the option to receive a relaxing massage, should you need help unwinding at the end of the day. For those visiting Amsterdam on business, there is a business centre with audio/visual equipment and meeting rooms to aid you. If you need anything else during your stay, the friendly staff are always on hand and will be happy to help.
Amsterdam offers numerous attractions for you to visit during the day. Many choose to visit the Anne Frank House: the hiding place where two families lived during World War II. The original rooms are still intact and give an insight into the conditions that the families lived in, while Anne Frank’s original diary is on display as part of the exhibition – it’s a fascinating place, which is certainly worth a visit. Alternatively, the Museum Our Lord in the Attic is a secret Catholic Church, contained in the attic of a beautiful 1600s house. Countless religious artifacts and paintings are displayed here, and you can learn a lot about the history of the city from them.
For those seeking a first-rate shopping experience, Amsterdam is an ideal city. Ultrehtsestraat is a long canal-crossing street, which is lined with a plethora of unique stores and boutiques. It’s a great place to purchase souvenirs and gifts for loved ones. You’ll also find several cosy cafes down the side alleys, where you can take the weight off your feet.
In the evening, there is a range of critically acclaimed restaurants for you to choose from. Vis aan de Schelde is one such restaurant, which serves delectable seafood, from crayfish to turbot and monkfish. The atmosphere here is one of sophistication, so it’s a great place to spend a romantic evening. After dinner, why not end the day in one of the city’s top bars? ‘t Smalle is a traditional venue, originally built as a hop distillery in 1780. Here, you can enjoy a range of Dutch beers while chatting to the friendly locals.