Historical boutique hotel right in Amsterdam's city centre - 4 star - Amsterdam

Historical boutique hotel right in Amsterdam’s city centre – 4 star – Amsterdam

Historical boutique hotel right in Amsterdam’s city centre – 4 star – Amsterdam

This four star historical boutique hotel right in Amsterdam’s city centre, offers superb accommodation for your getaway to the city. The building itself once housed two monasteries during the 13th and 14th centuries, and it still retains its historical character to this day. On-site facilities are plentiful, including car rental, currency exchange and safety deposit. The hotel also has Wi-Fi access available to all guests. Rooms are immaculate and come fitted with everything you’ll need to enjoy a comfortable stay. For those seeking leisure, there is a health club available for use. However if you’re visiting the city for business, the hotel has audio/visual equipment, an overhead projector and meeting rooms to aid you. Should you need anything else during your stay, the friendly staff are always on hand and will be happy to help.

Amsterdam offers a whole host of attractions that cater for everyone. The Rijksmuseum, which displays fine Dutch and world art, is one of the most breathtaking museums in the world. Here, you can admire masterpieces by the likes of Vermeer and Jan Steen – it is certainly worth a visit, even if you’re not an art enthusiast. You may also want to visit some of the iconic landmarks of Amsterdam. Magere Brug is a traditional Dutch drawbridge that connects both sides of the River Amstel. It is a sight to behold during the day, but at night it is illuminated by lights that make it even more enthralling – be sure to take a camera!

If you’re looking for some retail therapy during your stay, Amsterdam offers an unparalleled shopping experience. Leidsestraat is one of the most fashionable streets in the city, which features chic clothing stores and numerous souvenir shops. It is also an ideal place to buy shoes, since there are many shoe stores and a high-end department store, Metz and Co.

The city is home to a number of critically acclaimed eateries, so you’ll have no problem finding somewhere to dine in the evening. Beddington’s serves experimental cuisine that has Asian, Dutch and British influences; it is truly unique. The atmosphere here is one of sophistication, so it’s an ideal place to spend a romantic evening. After dinner, you might want to visit one of Amsterdam’s top bars. Café Sound Garden plays great rock music and serves a wide range of drinks. It also has an outdoor terrace that overlooks the canal.

We hope you enjoy your trip to Amsterdam!