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We have just come back from Amsterdam where we had stayed at the Prinsengracht Hotel, a hotel situated on the canal of that name. It was many years since our last visit to the city, but we learnt on that occasion that a quiet position...More
A really lovely hotel with comfortable rooms and friendly staff. The hotel is in a lovely quiet neighborhood, but within easy walking distance to the Museumplein and lots of awesome restaurants. The garden at the back of the hotel is a little hidden gem. We...More
Unless you like the hustle and bustle of the canal quarter and the impossibly small rooms near the red light district (areas I stayed in my early twenties in Amsterdam as a novice traveler) then you stay close near Central Station and tolerate the yahoo-ing...More
Stayed here just before Christmas, left Christmas Eve. Was here for three nights with husband and children 10 and 13. Was unexpectedly roomed out the back through the garden, which was pretty as had lots of fairy lights. Rooms were clean although smelt a little...More
Staff were basically friendly. Room was clean, large and great shower. Wifi works well. They could have promoted their facilities a little better as we didn't realise until the last afternoon they had bikes to rent.
No air conditioner and our room was so hot...More
US$115 - US$330 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This UNESCO World Heritage Site is as historically significant as it is perennially popular. Whether you’re a history buff, architecture enthusiast, shutterbug, or fashionista, odds are you’ll find the Amsterdam you're looking for while roaming around the Grachtengordel (Canal Ring). A brilliant place to get lost in a moody meander and a key component to any sightseeing trip to Amsterdam, this area's major draws
include the Anne Frank House, the Bloemenmarkt floating flower market, an enviable assortment of independent boutiques along De Negen Straatjes, and of course all of Grachtengordel’s lovely canals and bridges.
Honestly, I took a taxi. It wasn't too expensive (a little over €40). We were two people, and catching train & tram to get there would have been a little more than half of what we paid, and more hassle.
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"We had a view onto the garden at the back, perhaps a canal view would be better."