Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Address: Spuistraat 288-292, Amsterdam, 1012 VX
Stay right in the heart of the city at the NH City Centre Amsterdam Hotel. It’s located beside the Singel canal, close to famous attractions, transport links, restaurants and shopping areas.
Originally the head office of the Gerzon fashion business in the 1950s, the traditional red-brick building is spacious and welcoming. It’s ideal for a city break or business trip.
There are 213 rooms, from spacious and quiet standard accommodation to connecting rooms. Many have views over the canal, and some offer distinctive features like high ceilings and split-level floors.
The same contemporary design and restful atmosphere is shared by the standard and superior rooms as well as connecting family rooms. Some of the larger rooms offer unique design features like high ceilings and mezzanine areas, while others enjoy a view over the Singel canal.
The NH City Centre Amsterdam Hotel fitness center provides state-of-the-art facilities for guests who want to work out. On Sundays, we offer a complimentary late checkout and the breakfast buffet is available until noon.
The Patio is the hotel’s newest dining space offers a menu of delicious light meals such as sandwiches, soups, and pizzas. If you’d prefer a more formal setting and fine dining, next door’s The Five Flies, is also part of NH and serves culinary masterpieces in a beautiful setting.
For a hearty buffet, guests should make their way to the breakfast restaurant. And for drinks, snacks, and light meals the Patio is open daily. For a fine-dining experience try next door’s The Five Flies, also part of NH, which serves culinary masterpieces in a beautiful setting.
Restaurant d’Vijff Vlieghen brings delicious food and Dutch history together. An authentic ambiance in the city center of Amsterdam makes this restaurant one of a kind. The restaurant, made up of a total of five historic buildings that date back to the 17th century, offers a unique setting in each of its rooms, making dining here a truly memorable experience.
This culinary museum features, among others, decorations made up of Delft Blue tiles, original etchings by Rembrandt van Rijn and walls adorned with original gold leather wallpaper.
Over the years d’Vijff Vlieghen has also welcomed a wide variety of celebrities, resulting in an imposing collection of guest books replete of well-known signatures. More information about the restaurant and the menu can be found.