Hotel Titus

Leidsekade 74, , Amsterdam, Noord-Holland 1017 PM
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Hotels near Canal cruises and Anne Frank house

by wejeth

hi, I am staying in Amsterdam Apr 16 for 1 night. Many hotels are booked already! I would like to stay near a canal cruise dock so I can do an evening cruise. Do the canal cruises start close to the central train station so that it is an easy walk? I am happy to walk 1 km to each place and prefer walking to taking public transport. Are the canal cruise docks near the River Cruise docks? Thanks. Wejeth

Re: Hotels near Canal cruises and Anne Frank house

by pieter_jan_v

Your hotel options are big, because a tramride of 15 minutes or less will take you from most hotels to the Central Station to Mint Tower area, where the canal boats departe.

If you onsist of having a hotel within 1 km walking of that area, it can become costly. Try hotels along the Weteringschans street; best option probably.

PJ

Re: Hotels near Canal cruises and Anne Frank house

by ATLC

The public transport that you'll mostly need (if at all) in Amsterdam is the tram. The tram is cheap and frequent and gives you a good view of all the sights. So really, it isn't necessary only to walk (though I like that too).
Because with tram you cover a larger area, you can quickly see different neighbourhoods and decide if you want to explore there.

As PJ says, it'll be heaps cheaper to have a hotel just slightly further away.
Amsterdam is very walkable, it's not a large city in size at all.

Re: Hotels near Canal cruises and Anne Frank house

by leics

Agree entirely that Amsterdam is a very wakable (and very lovely) city.

I stayed at the Single hotel, a few minutes walk from Centraal station (outside which there are boat trips, I think?) and about 10 from the Anne Frank house. I was very satisified:

http://singelhotel.nl/welcome/

It is more likely that bookings are not yet available for these hotels because you are looking so far in advance. That is why you are finding them 'unavailable'.

But do look at www.booking.com It is a reliable site with honest guest reviews, takes no money from you (as long as you turn up) and has good mapping. I booked the Singel through booking.com

Re: Hotels near Canal cruises and Anne Frank house

by leics

*walkable*

Re: Hotels near Canal cruises and Anne Frank house

by pieter_jan_v

I'll do some downtown walking in a hour from now.

PJ

Re: Hotels near Canal cruises and Anne Frank house

by wejeth

Thanks for info everyone. I finally decided on a place that is close to the train etc. Have a good day. Wejeth

Re: Hotels near Canal cruises and Anne Frank house

by penny_g

Try with B&B Jordaan Amsterdam. Very close to Anne Franck.

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

Checkout the pages from Mariajoy

by vpeter

If you want to know something about Amsterdam you MUST need to check the pages made by Mariajoy.
I don't know any 'local' at VT that has made better tips and pics about our capital.
I take off my hat and bow very, very deep for you Maria.
Ouch, my back:-)

Language

by isolina_it

Just about everyone speaks English in Amsterdam, and is proud of the fact. Many speak German and French too. If you are English speaking, speak English (unless you speak Dutch too): you are more likely to offend than do anyone a favour by trying out your French or German.

A common misconception is that Dutch is very close to German. In truth they are not mutually intelligible: Dutch people have to learn German at school, and in general they speak better English than German. German and Dutch are similar in the same sort of way that French and Italian are similar.

A few keys phrases: Yes: Ja (Yah); No: Nee (Nay); Thanks: Bedankt (B'dunked); Please: Graag (hkrahk -- pronounce the hk as if you are trying to pronounce an h at the same time as a k, the sort of sound a child says when saying yecchh!); Sorry: sorry (sorry, with rolled r's); excuse me: pardon (parDON).

Stay away from the tourist...

by LittleWonder

Stay away from the tourist boat rides and rent your own boat to go cruising on the canals! This is absolutely the best way to see the city! You get to chose which canals to explore, you get the best view and you save your feet for dancing the night away later ;o)

Bring food and drinks and have onboard picknic as you explore the canals in the inner city of Amsterdam.

We rent electrical boats from SESA by Nieuwmarkt/Kloveniersburgwal 23. their boats takes up to 10 people and costs 80,-/100,- ngl. an hour.

Houses along canals

by extrajoce

Away from the main sites of the city lie many charming streets with great architecture. The houses are superb, as seen here with these red windo shutters. Canals on one side, trees dotted along them, and tall clean facades on the other…

Beauty in your hands...

by Lalique

Simply couldn't avoid taking pic of these freshly cut tulips.... they are sooo F R E S H!!! It seems that they even crunch in your hands as new banknotes... (ok, not a very romantic comparison, but what can you expect from a banker? ;))

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Address: Leidsekade 74, , Amsterdam, Noord-Holland 1017 PM