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Amsterdam Marriott Hotel is a 5-star accommodations offering luxurious rooms and facilities in the city’s heart, across from the Leidse Square. The staff could not be more helpful accommodating family requests!
Along the beautiful Prinsengracht canal in the heart of Amsterdam, you will find Dikker en Thijs Fenice Hotel. Experience a luxurious ambiance and walk to almost all famous sights. The staff was so helpful and accommodating while following safety guidelines for the pandemic.
This ecological-minded Hotel La Bohème is housed in an historic building in Amsterdam city center, only 492 feet from Leidseplein and across the road from Theater De La Mar. The pretty cat, Mimi made my stay feel a lot more comfortable and at home.
NH Amsterdam Center combines leisure facilities, elegant rooms and a convenient location only 820 feet from the famous Leidseplein and only a 3-minute walk to the Stadsschouwburg. Amazing location. Comfortable rooms. Staff is very friendly and welcoming.
Park Mansion Center offers a luxurious suite with opulent period-style décor and free Wi-Fi, overlooking Vondelpark and a 4 minutes’ walk from Leidseplein. UNBELIEVABLE! That’s the word that can describe this place.
Hotel Bellington is located in the most exclusive shopping street of Amsterdam, a 5-minute walk from both the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. There is free Wi-Fi. Great location! Super kind guy working at reception!
Saw Jools Holland at the Paradiso along with his brilliant band and legendary RubyTurner. Awesome live music venue. You will get charged 3 Euros per person to join the Paradiso as a member for a month when attending a concert, a bit cheeky but if it goes towards maintaining this fantastic venue then so much the better!
I arrived around 4.15 p.m. for my concert, which was due to have the doors open at 7.30 p.m. A large crowd bad already gathered, and I heard very little from the venue while waiting for the doors to open. We had to pay for membership to get in, even if we already had a ticket to the show. The bar didn't stock cider, was almost impossible to reach when the show was on, and had stopped serving alcohol after the show ended. However, the stage was high, so even if you were short and hadn't managed to get a seat in one of the galleries, you'd still be able to see, even from towards the back of the hall.
Una estafa, te cobran 14 euros, es una iglesia pero por dentro es igual que una discoteca normal, la consumicion aparte otros 10 euros, dejan fumar porros pero sancionan si te pillan con Tabaco normal, el ambiente es surrealista nadie habla con nadie, todos bailan un baile como si te pesaran los brazos mirando al Dj, pa mi que iban tos colocaos hasta la bandera, a lo major fumao lo hubiera visto major jajaja
Best to go when there's an actual show. Otherwise you're paying a hefty entrance for a DJ and a weird dance scene that is probably more enjoyable under the influence of something. I enjoy dancing and had a great time dancing by myself for a few hours - but not the most engaging form of entertainment for most I suppose.