This stylish hotel is in a perfect location for everything, situated in the museum quarter of Amsterdam, it makes an ideal choice for your getaway to the city. On-site services are plentiful, ranging from currency exchange to dry cleaning. There is even an airport shuffle service available, so you needn’t worry about getting your flight on time. Furthermore, Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel so you can stay connected for the duration of your stay. Guest rooms are immaculate and comfortably furnished; with air conditioning, a flat screen LCD TV and an en-suite bathroom, you’ll be sure to settle in. Should you need anything else during your stay, there is the option to order room service. For those seeking leisure, the hotel has a gym and a hairdresser. However if you’re visiting Amsterdam for business, audio/visual equipment and meeting rooms are available for use.
There are numerous attractions local to the hotel to keep you entertained during the day. The Van Gogh museum contains the largest collection of his works in the world; with over 200 paintings and 550 sketches, this is a must-visit attraction for any art buff. Another unmissable attraction is the Anne Frank House, where she wrote her famous diary during World War II. The exhibition within, which contains the original diary, is truly fascinating and well worth a visit.
Amsterdam offers a first-rate shopping experience so if you’re seeking retail therapy, you’ve come to the right place. Kalverstraat is a pedestrian-only street which features a range of chain clothing shops and a chic department store, Maison de Bonnetiere. Alternatively, ‘The Nine Little Streets’ offer a more authentic experience. While they contain a number of unique Dutch shops, they also offer picturesque surroundings for you to enjoy while you shop.
If you’re looking for a unique dining experience, you won’t be disappointed by what the city has to offer. Beddington’s has a mellow atmosphere and serves experimental cuisine, with Asian, Dutch and British influences. Alternatively De Kas is a glasshouse venue, which serves delicious local and organic food. Some of it is even grown within the restaurant itself. After dinner, you might want to pay a visit to one of the city’s top bars. ‘t Smalle is a traditional bar which has been converted from a 1780s hop distillery. The interior is warm and cosy, but during summer you can enjoy your drink outside by one of the city’s prettiest canals.