With the best location in the middle of the city centre, this Top Secret Hotel is walking distance from tram stops, Dam Square, and the Central Station, providing visitors with easy access to explore all that Amsterdam has to offer.
The stylish and comfortable bedrooms provide guests with a number of modern comforts to make you feel right at home. Each bedroom is equipped with a spacious en-suite bathroom, as well as a state of the art cable television and Internet access. Coffee and tea facilities are also provided, allowing you to wake up to a fresh brew without having to leave the comfort of your room. The property is fully air-conditioned and reception is open 24 hours a day, with the friendly staff more than happy to provide any assistance or advice you may need during your stay. Here you can utilise facilities including an efficient laundry service, and there is a lobby bar where guests can enjoy a drink or snack in the evenings before exploring the Amsterdam nightlife.
The Amsterdam Dungeons provide a fun (and sometimes scary!) experience for those that wish to learn more about the darker side of Amsterdam’s history, with actors taking part in a number of shows that really come to life. Visitors can take 80minute tours of the Dungeons, which include a mirror maze and a show by the frightening Doctor Deyman conducting an autopsy on the infamous criminal ‘Black John’.
The Dutch Resistance Museum (or Verzetsmuseum) tells the story of the Dutch resistance movement during the Second World War against the Nazi occupation between 1940 and 1945. The museum provides a number of exhibitions that showcase how the resistance was expressed, both on a grass routes level (such as postage stamps with the Queen’s face on them being displayed), to more extreme measures such as distributing illegal propaganda newspapers. Visitors can see how the streets of Amsterdam looked at the time of the occupation, with the museum displaying large photographs, posters, films and sound clips from the time, creating an eerie atmosphere. Audio guides are available in a number of languages so you can learn more about the resistance and the occupation in further detail. The building itself was a former Jewish cultural centre and synagogue, and bears the Star of David on it still, before being converted into the Verzetsmuseum in 1999.
Have a fantastic time during your stay in Amsterdam!