My fiance and I went to Amsterdam for 4 nights in August. The hotel is a 20 minute walk from the main city centre, including the train station. Due to it being slightly outside, prices of restaurants and vars within the vicinity are slightly cheaper than that of the main stretch; including a delightful little ice cream shop just around the corner.
The hotel was beautiful and the staff we very helpful. The hotel is small too which creates a nice atmosphere. It has a restaurant too which we had lunch at one day (Bitterballen - recommended whilst in Amsterdam). The meal was very nice, a little expensive however Amsterdam is an expensive city in my opinion.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel De Hallen is situated in one of Amsterdam's finest industrial heritage sites. The blue steel and rusty highlights of the grand building become an inspiration to each and every one of our guests. Imagine spacious surroundings with an abundance of plants, brought to perfection with modern furniture and design and decorated with a selection of contemporary art, handpicked by the owner. The modern facilities and quality of service are outstanding. Dishes from the cuisine are served not only in the bar, restaurant, lobby and pavement cafe, but also in our meeting room in boardroom setup. The fashion and museum districts, Amsterdam's breathtaking canals and the Jordaan district are all within walking distance. We look forward to seeing you soon in Hotel De Hallen. ... more less
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