Experience superb luxury in the historic city centre. For contemporary luxury and an excellent location look no further than this amazing Secret Hotel. With an abundance of deluxe features such as a limo service to take you wherever you need to go in the city, a casino and restaurant and even valet parking. A business centre and executive floor are available for those travelling on business however there are plenty of leisure activities on offer at this hotel for every guest to enjoy including tennis courts, a golf course and health club. Each room is decorated to the uppermost standard and is equipped with every facility needed for a relaxing and comfortable stay at this superb hotel.
Situated close to the central train station, this hotel’s ideal location allows you to travel freely around as well as to and from the city on top of having all of the best of Amsterdam’s sights, attractions, museums, shopping and restaurants right on the hotel’s doorstep. The nearby Nine Streets, or Negen Straatjes, is a great place to spend a day exploring these nine narrow streets in Amsterdam’s historic canal district, intersecting the central canals in between the Leidsestraat and the Jordaan district these picturesque 17th century streets are home to a wide selection of Amsterdam’s best restaurants and cafés, as well as art galleries and jewellers. The Nine Streets are also famous for its wonderful boutiques and vintage clothing shops making it the place to find bargains and treats.
If all the sight seeing, shopping and more have left you in need of refreshments then you will be spoiled for choice with the amazing array of restaurants, cafés and bars that you will find in Amsterdam. From Michelin starred restaurants to casual cafés and vibrant bars and clubs there is something for everyone. Spend an evening at two Michelin starred Ciel Bleu and indulge in mouth watering delicious and creative foods with such delights as black truffles, as well as stunning views of the city from the 23rd floor of the Okura Hotel. Sample traditional Dutch cuisine at Moeders, a kitsch and homely restaurant that serves up classic Dutch dishes such as erwtensoep a hearty pea soup with ham and smoked sausage or choose the taster menu to sample all sorts of typical Dutch cooking. Or, if you are in the mood for liquid refreshments, Amsterdam is well known for its fantastic bars visit the authentic ‘brown’ cafés for a cosy and informal place to catch up with friends.