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The Travel Hotel offers a wide variety of rooms ranging from singles, doubles, triples, quads up to five-person rooms. All rooms are equipped with colour television and soon with phone as well. You can choose rooms with private or shared facilities.
The city of Amsterdam enjoys great fame for being the proud owner of one of the most important intact historical city centres in the world. The distinctive Amsterdam cityscape is dominated by canal houses, most of them built as residences for wealthy citizens. These rich mansions are characterised by narrow, relatively tall facades, crowned by richly ornamented gable tops.
The city seems to thrive on its mix and, despite hordes of tourists, still manages to feel quintessentially Dutch. The old crooked houses, the cobbled streets, the tree-lined canals and the generous parks all contribute to the atmosphere
Amsterdam peaks with people around Easter and July-August but both of these times have their pros. April to May sees daffodils and tulips come to life through the cracks in the crowds. The beautiful summers are a great time to grab a bite and a drink alongside a canal
Amsterdam is one of the coolest cities in Europe. Beautiful, hip, and laid back, with lots to do, lots to see, many pubs, food from all over the world and friendly people. A visit to this very beautiful city is sometimes like taking a walk in the 17th century, as the center of Amsterdam has a lot of charming architecture dating from this period. This is an excellent city to tour on foot or bicycle. However, while Amsterdam may boast a lot of 17th century architecture, that's about all that's old fashioned about the place.
From the airport you can either take a taxi (approx. 20 min.) or a train (approx. 15 min costs are approx. euro 5,00) to Amsterdam Central Station ('Amsterdam CS').
From the Central Station of Amsterdam, it's a 5 min. walk to our hotel:
- take the main exit and go straight out in the direction of the Dam Square onto the Damrak
- follow this main street (Damrak) which you can recognize from the canal boats on your left and the Victoria hotel on your right-hand side.
- at the end of the canal (when you see the Grasshopper building on your left) turn left into de 'Oude Brugsteeg'
- next street (at the entrance of the Grasshopper) turn right into the 'Beursstraat' and we are on number 23, recognizable from the huge green and yellow 'Travel Hotel' sign on our building.
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