Hotel Door

This brand spanking new hotel is located just west of the city centre, with some of the best tourist attractions just a short distance away.

All rooms here are airy and spacious, and offer fantastic views across Amsterdam. In fact, you might decide to just stay in and enjoy the wonderful facilities from the comfort of your room, including the varied and exciting room service menu. Whether you fancy a light bite or a full three-course meal, you’ll find something to tickle your taste buds.

When you choose to stay here, you’ll receive complimentary toiletries as well as a room that’s equipped with a flat screen LCD TV, en-suite bathroom, a mini bar, a safe, high speed internet access, double glazed windows and air conditioning.

Customer service is excellent at this hotel, and the team of knowledgeable and friendly staff will go out of their way to ensure that your stay is as comfortable as possible.

This property is a great choice for travellers who are looking for somewhere modern yet relaxed and not too far from the city centre.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Zandvoort beach is an excellent spot to spend a day with the kids. It has 9km of white sands and clear waters, and there are plenty of activities to take part in if you prefer a more active break.

For romance

If you’re visiting Amsterdam with a loved one, why not hire a bike? It’s one of the most popular modes of transport in the Netherlands and is a relaxing way to spend some time with your other half.

For culture

Stedelijk Museum is widely considered to hold one of the world’s richest collections of modern art. It reopened in September 2012 after a long period of restoration. Here, you can browse over 90,000 modern paintings, sculptures and photographs.

For shopping

Head to the beautiful flower market to check out the masses of tulips, narcissus and other bulbs and flowers. The bulbs are ready for export, so you can take them home with you as a reminder of your holiday.

For eating out

La Oliva is a fine dining establishment that serves up Basque-style tapas and excellent wines. The menu largely offers high quality produce from Northern Spain, and has a good reputation amongst local foodies.

For nightlife

Café Belgique may be one of the smallest bars in Amsterdam, but it still manages to find space for eight Belgian draft beers and more than thirty bottled varieties. It has a reputation for being one of the main hangouts for street artists and DJs.


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