Located in the fashionable heart of the city, this superb Top Secret Hotel is situated close to a number of museums and shopping areas, making it an ideal location for those wishing to explore all that Amsterdam has to offer.
The property is fully air-conditioned and provides guests with a range of services at the 24-hour reception to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Guests can enjoy a free daily newspaper from the lobby, and there is a lobby bar that provides a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. Guests can also utilise the laundry and dry cleaning facilities available at the property, and there is a currency exchange desk and luggage storage room for international arrivals. For your leisure there is an excellent Fitness Centre on site, and for business travellers the property has its very own Business Centre, which includes conference rooms and PC facilities.
Rooms, at this great hotel in the fashionable heart of Amsterdam, are spacious and provide a number of excellent modern comforts for guests to enjoy. For your entertainment each room is equipped with a state of the art television, high speed Internet access free of charge, and a well-stocked mini bar with a range of drinks and snacks. Your stylish en-suite bathroom includes a large bathtub and shower, and bathrobes are available on request.
If you are looking to see live musical performances during your stay in Amsterdam, head to the Concertgebouw – home to the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and one of Amsterdam’s most iconic buildings. Hosting its first concert in 1888, the building is internationally recognised as one of the finest concert theatres in the world due to its outstanding acoustics and fantastic interior. Seating almost 2000 audience members, the theatre regularly hosts classical music performances, as well as jazz and world music groups.
Located close to the Museumplein, the Rijksmuseum contains a vast collection of paintings dating back to the Middle Ages. Originally founded in The Hague at the start of the 19th century, the museum moved to Amsterdam in 1808, although it was not until some 80 years later that it was situated in its current building. Housing over 8,000 objects of art and history, the collection includes works by Rembrant and Johannes Vermeer, and has proved to be extremely popular with both locals and tourists, with over a million visitors per year. A must-visit for fans of Dutch culture, art and history, the museum has recently undergone extensive renovation and is widely regarded as one of Amsterdam’s best attractions.