City Centre – Dam Square area hotel

City Centre – Dam Square area hotel

City Centre – Dam Square area hotel

For an unbeatable location as well as an unbeatable price this outstanding Hot Rate Secret Hotel is must. With an amazing selection of features and facilities this hotel offers luxury, comfort and convenience. Take advantage of the hotel’s very own fitness centre and keep up with your workout regime. Enjoy delicious and fresh cooked meals at the in-hotel restaurant with a relaxed and stylish atmosphere for the perfect spot to unwind and relax with friends, family or a special someone. The hotel’s rooms are up-kept to the uppermost standards, offering a comfortable and calming refuge from the hustle and bustle of the Netherland’s exciting capital city.

Get the best of both worlds at this fantastic hotel with the perfect combination of amazing features as well as an outstanding location in Amsterdam’s bustling Dam Square and one of the most central points of the city making it an ideal location to explore all that this vibrant yet historically significant city has to offer. Dam Square is also Amsterdam’s historical centre and is a great place to spend a day discovering the stunning neo-classical architecture and buildings including the Royal Palace which was once the home of Napoleon’s brother and the King of the Netherlands. Much of his opulent furnishings remain in the Palace after he quickly fled during the crumbling empire and visitor’s can see the Palace how he would have lived in it at the time. The Palace also regularly hosts interesting and beautiful art and historic exhibitions.

A day spent in Dam Square would not be complete without a trip to the iconic jewellery store, Gassan Dam Square. Treat yourself or your special someone to stunning pieces of jewellery and some of the very best watches in the world and even loose diamonds and let Gassan’s expert staff help and advise you on how to pick a piece that you can cherish for a lifetime or simply explore a true piece of Amsterdam’s history that still functions as well today as it did when it opened in 1946.

Stroll beyond Dam Square to see the Grachtengordel, or the canal ring, a stunning series of canals that Amsterdam is so well known for, wander along the canals and take in the picturesque surroundings such as the Westerkerk. This 17th century church is a true landmark of the city and is rich in history with world famous Dutch artist Rembrandt buried within the church.