The discerning traveller after a relaxing city break in the vibrant city of Amsterdam need look no further than this chic and relaxing hotel in an upscale area of town. The hotel’s contemporary and spacious double en-suite guest rooms all feature a flat screen LCD TV, complimentary luxury toiletries, work desk and free high speed Wi-Fi internet connectivity, amongst other excellent facilities. Convenient onsite amenities on offer include a currency exchange, car rental desk, 24 hour concierge, valet parking, gift shop and fitness centre. The hotel’s modern, fully-equipped business centre boasts numerous meeting rooms with a secretarial service on request.
Located in the heart of Amsterdam’s exclusive Museum Quarter in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid, the desirable location of this hotel means that guests are only ever a short walk or tram journey from the city’s major tourist attractions and landmarks. The most iconic must-see attraction in the area is undoubtedly the Rijksmuseum located prominently in Museum Square. This world famous museum boasts over 1 million artefacts and paintings spanning history including several masterpieces by the likes of Rembrandt and Vermeer. Having been recently renovated, it staggeringly attracted over a million visitors in the first 4 months after reopening in 2013.
Just a short walk from the Rijksmuseum is the Van Gogh Museum, one of the most visited art museums in the world. Home to his most iconic works including Sunflowers and The Potato Eaters, the museum is also the largest collection of paintings, drawings and letters there is. Other must-see museums in the area are the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and the Concertgebouw.
Dominating the Museum Quarter area of the city is the expanse of lush parkland and lakes that is the Vondelpark. Attracting over 10 million visitors per year, the park is popular for its open air theatre, children’s adventure playgrounds, boating lakes and decorative gardens. The park also boasts several upmarket restaurants and bars so open all year round.
Just a stone’s throw from the hotel is the Apollolaan Tram Stop which enables guests to make the short journey into Amsterdam’s heart. As one of the most popular cities to visit in the world, Amsterdam boasts a huge variety of attractions guaranteed to inspire and impress any visitor. Tourists are encouraged to visit the highly recommended Anne Frank House, which preserves the memory of the atrocities of WII, and a trip to the Dutch capital would be incomplete without a trip to one of the city’s infamous coffee shops.