The proximity of the Amsterdam Zuid train and metro station is great to visit Amsterdam and all other Dutch cities such as Zaanse Schans, Haarlem, the Hague, Volendam or Rotterdam.
Spend a wonderful afternoon strolling through De Negen Straatjes or The Nine Little Streets. These are nine little picturesque shopping streets in the canal belt, just 15 minutes from the hotel via the North-South Metro Line. This neighbourhood has a variety of vintage boutiques, designer shops and cosy eateries, from modern, jazzy to pure Dutch.
The brand new North–South Metro Line is within walking distance from the hotel and brings you to the city centre in only seven minutes. The journey itself is a great experience on its own. Every stop of the line represents a unique local area of the city, offering a wide range of attractions definitely worth visiting. Tickets are available at the hotel. Ask our reception for more information.
Experience Amsterdam as a local and take the North-South Metro Line to visit all the great attractions the city has to offer. Hop on at the hotel area and get off at the upcoming neighbourhood The Pijp, which is the perfect place to stroll around. Popular attractions such as the Dam Square are just a 5-minute ride from the hotel at the metro stop Rokin.
If you are planning to visit a few large museums in Amsterdam, such as the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, we recommend buying a ‘museumkaart’. This museum card pays for itself after visiting just a few large museums and allows you to visit more than 400 museums in The Netherlands. To avoid the fuss, we advise you to go early in the morning.
Take a trip to the Anne Frank House. Experience the location where the teenager Anne and her family were hiding from prosecution for over two years and read the original diary, where this brave girl wrote down her unbelievable experiences in the sobering atmosphere of a secret annex. You'll literally walk through Dutch history in this old house which contains this impressive story.
Museumpleain, Amsterdam, Noord Holland 1071DJ
The Museum Square is the heart of Amsterdam's Art scene, surrounded by several Museums including all the Dutch masters.
Paulus Potterstraat 7, Amsterdam, Noord Holland
Enjoy a unique experience at the Van Gogh Museum. They have the largest collection of his work including many self portraits and the famous painting of Sunflowers.
Prinsengracht 267, Amsterdam, 1016 GV
Anne Frank wrote her world-famous diary while hiding in occupied Holland. The Anne Frank House gives you the possibility to see the place where she was hiding with her family during the second World War.
Prins Hendrikkade 25, Amsterdam, 1012 TM
Experience Amsterdam from the water and surprise yourself with a one hour canal cruise around the famous canals of Amsterdam.
Jodenbreestraat 4, Amsterdam, Noord Holland 1011 NK
The Rembrandt house holds a collection of master pieces from the famous dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn.
ArenA Boulevard 1, Amsterdam, 1101 AX
The stadium is the home of the AJAX football club but also an important place for once in a lifetime concerts. Both international and Dutch artists gave concerts in the ArenA, including Madonna, André Hazes and The Rolling Stones. Dance event Sensation is held in the stadium every year.
Enjoy a day in Artis Zoo and see more than 900 species of animals. Don't forget to watch the feeding of animals and be sure you include a visit to the butterfly garden!
One of the first stops on the North-South line is De Pijp. A trendy neighbourhood filled with restaurants and bars. You will also find the Heineken Experience and the Albert Cuyp market in this area.