The Netherlands is a melting pot of quirky charm, unparalleled nightlife and world-renowned art and culture. Cities filled with labyrinthine canal networks and countryside sprinkled with tulips and windmills create a never-ending demand for discovery. Amsterdam’s enchantingly narrow streets mingle with a maze of canals, coffee shops and a treasure trove of museums. It may not seem like it when you’re there, but the capital is actually made up of 90 islands connected by 1,500 bridges. Take a stroll down almost any street in the old medieval centre and you’ll encounter the iconically narrow canal houses which give the city its heartwarming character. Must-see sights include the masterpiece-adorned walls of the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum, as well as the historic site of Anne Frank House. It’s also worth checking out the city’s picturesque green spaces such as Vondelpark. Outside the capital, you’ll find a wealth of other historic cities to explore, such as the fortified city of Utrecht, pottery hotspot of Delft and multicultural Maastricht. For futuristic architecture and nightlife that never seems to end, take a jaunt over to Rotterdam – the Netherlands’ second-biggest metropolis. The Netherlands has a huge variety of hotels, apartments and B&Bs, but if you’re after something a bit different, you can book a stay on a house boat or a traditional townhouse.
The first person that greet me was very friendly. I was basically feel welcome at first greeting. The room was spacious and clean. The hotel may not be in city center but it's easy to go there using the train. the station is just a walk away. The surrounding was near the water canal/sea, I manage to take a walk around and snap good picture of it. I'm very happy with the stay there. The most that I like is the staff hospitality, hotel coziness and cleanliness and the interior design is awesome!! They staff even give me orange paper crown to celebrate King's Day and that waffle thingy!!
I LOVE BREAKFAST MENU IN THIS HOSTEL. i could make subway's sandwich by my own, and they had a lot of option for breakfast. salami, ham, cheese, cereal all ! and i love its location too. there 2 tram stop which can bring you to the city center.
A 10 mints walk to Laylaan station where you can reach In 20 mint Amsterdam centeral by tump or the airport station. The hotel is away from the noice and rush which we loved the most. Good breakfast and friendly staff.