Our hotel is located in the heart of the city, the centre of the centre. Trams 1, 7, 19 stop at the Spiegelgracht, just on the corner. Tram stop Leidseplein, with the 2, 11, 12 to and from Central Station are just five minutes away. Trams 5 and 3 as well as the bus 397 and night bus N97 stop at the Museumplein, just across the bridge from us.
The Rijksmuseum, or National Museum, built by the architect Tjeerd Kuijpers, is one of the most beautiful landmarks of the city.Notable features of the exhibition include the Night Watch, and a whole gallery of Dutch masters.Visit site
The MoCo, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art presents a permanent exhibition of the famous street artist Banksy, paired with a temporary exhibition of an artist of similar caliber - Warhol, Basquiat, Hirst and many others were already presented.Visit site
The House of Bols shows the history of the city through the story of a successful Jenever company, which later turned to the creation of cocktail liquors. Their bartending academy is one of the best in the world, and the tour ends at a cocktail bar, that is always manned by the top students.Visit site
Enjoy the legendary flavors of classic American dining in an energetic, modern setting right on the waterside at Hard Rock Cafe Amsterdam.Visit site
Amsterdam is a very small city compared to other capitals. The streets are a maze and their direction even change from time to time, making driving a challenge even for locals, and taxis are rather expensive. The best way to wander around is by getting a 24, 48 or 72-hour pass for the public transport - you can buy it on the tram. Be advised that only cards are accepted.