Rembrandtplein

Groenburgwal 27, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1011, The Netherlands

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52%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
10%
17
Very Good
25%
41
Average
17%
28
Poor
10%
17
Terrible
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  • Couples35
  • Solo18
  • Business28
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    On a beautiful canal...

    by

    I found this little place tucked away in a beautiful section of Amsterdam. It is a 17th century canal house on a quiet tree lined canal,with the Zuiderkerk on one end, with the Stopera and Waterlooplein around the corners. You will love the location!
    Note: I have read some negative reports on Trip Advisor for this place, but it worked out very well for me. I was traveling alone, and had a single room which was typical of small rooms in Europe.

    Unique Quality: In an old canal house, it is simple and clean with a small bar on the ground floor. They serve a modest breakfast, which along with all taxes is included in the price. The staff was very nice and accomodating. Be prepared for the stairs, as there is no elevator, but the climbs aren't bad at all!

    Directions: Take the #4 or #9 tram from Centraal and exit at the Muntplein. Go across the bridge in the direction of the Hotel de L'Europe and past the Doelen also, turning right across the bridge after the Doelen . Go left down Groenburgwal.

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Golden Tulip Caransa:

by RAJ_1971 about Golden Tulip Caransa:

£65 per night for the room, but this was booked on Airnet.co.uk, whos price quotes was cheaper than the proce quoted in the hotel. Probably pretty expensive compared to other hotels, but the location was excellent. The room was massive & had a view over Rembrandtplein. The breakfast was great too. Loads of choice.

Finding good reasonably priced...

by Livermore

Finding good reasonably priced accommodations in July can be difficult. I think it is best to book as far ahead as possible. I also used the the services of a local travel agency called Lindbergh. They are able to buy blocks of rooms and resale them at a lower price then the hotel's rack rate. This saved me a substantial amount of money. I stayed at the Best Western Eden hotel which was convienently located along the Amstel canal in Rembrandtplein. You couldn't asked for a better location. During an earlier visit in 1992, I just showed up during mid July and had a hotel finding service in the train station book me a room. Because of the lack of availibility in of rooms in Amsterdam during the high season, I was forced to stay further out in a not so good hotel. But I come to Amsterdam for the city not the hotels.
This was in 1998 and it cost me around $50 US. A series on interconnected canal houses. They also have a pretty good breakfast buffet.

TIME TO GO TO BED WHEN IN AMSTERDAM??? i DOUBT IT.

by eden_teuling about LANCASTER ***

Best Western LANCASTER HOTEL Amsterdam: is situated opposite the well-known Zoo "ARTIS", next to the Westerman park in the greenest part of Amsterdam.

This hotel is close to the most important shopping streets, sights, nightspots and Museums of Amsterdam.

The Kalverstraat, the Tropenmuseum, the Botanical Gardens, Waterloo plein and the Rembrandtplein, just to name a few sights.

The hotel is provided with all modern conveniences, although the characteristic atmosphere of the 100-year-old building has been retained. As for facilities: you will enjoy your stay in one of our 93 comfortable hotelrooms with its private bathroom with shower, toilet and hairdryer.
There is a color tv set with film and info channels, a personal safe and a telephone with a direct outside line and internet access.

Families can reserve triple or quedruple rooms.

In our classic styled lobby, you can have a soft drink, coffee and tea or have a snack at any time of the day.

The internet computer is at your disposal 24 hrs. per day!

In the area around the Plantage Middenlaan is sufficient space for on-road parking.
At walking distance, you will find the public parking house "Waterloo plein" and "Stopera".

About accessibility: The Best Western LANCASTER HOTEL can easily be reached by tram, routes 9 and 14.
In addition, there is the possibility to reach the hotel by coach, so you can be dropped off or picked up from right outside the door!

Central Reservations Department: tel. +31(0)20 530 78 88 or email: res.lancaster@edenhotelgroup.com

www.edenhotelgroup.com

Visit the Vondelpark,...

by Zip

Visit the Vondelpark, Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein (plein means square). The activities going on at these sites describe the Amsterdam-spirit at it's best. If you have time, pay a visit to coffeeshop Smokey at the Rembrandtplein (lots of tourist go there !)

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Rembrandtplein Hotel, Groenburgwal 27, Amsterdam, 1011, Netherlands

by reezal

Dear VTs,

Due to arrive Amsterdam 3rd week of March. Does anyone know Hotel Rembrandtplein Telephone No, Email or website address?

Any comments on this hotel is also appreciated


Thanks a Million.

RE: Rembrandtplein Hotel, Groenburgwal 27, Amsterdam, 1011, Netherlands

by pieter_jan_v

Rembrandt Plein Hotel EAZIRES
Groenburgwal 27
1011 HR Amsterdam

German booking telephone: +49-2132-10994

website:
http://www.eazires-hotels.com/content.php?show=destination&hotel=272&nonav=&from_chain=eazires

PJ

RE: RE: Rembrandtplein Hotel, Groenburgwal 27, Amsterdam, 1011, Netherlands

by reezal

THX.

reez-

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