Season Star Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Martelaarsgracht 18, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012 TR, The Netherlands
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
7%
4
Very Good
17%
9
Average
11%
6
Poor
19%
10
Terrible
43%
22

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 81% more and rated 46% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families16
  • Couples36
  • Solo22
  • Business25

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Travel Season Tickets

by marketerry

I was just browsing the Amsterdam Forum, and noticed someone asking about Trams in Amsterdam. I will be stopping there in August and saw a website (http://www.vbn-bv.nl/ovinfo/algemeen_en.asp?vPaginaID=1187&vOrgID=14) which shows that Weekly Season Tickets are available. Would these be valid in Amsterdam for a visiting EU citizen? They seem to be better value than a three-day travel pass.

Regards

Mark

Re: Travel Season Tickets

by marketerry

I'll answer my own post. Details for Season tickets are available from the www.gvb.nl website (There is an English option at the top of the page).

If you are stayng for 4 days or longer, the weekly 2 star season ticket looks like a cheaper solution than having a 72hr and 24hr tram pass. The 1 star would probably be OK for most people, but I like to get out of the city centre sometimes - The beer is cheaper for one thing!

You will need to obtain a Photocard, so a valid form of id and a passport photo are required.

Hope this helps someone. I'll post an update when I return from Amsterdam in September

Regards

Mark

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

People of Holland

by GK2005

I found the Dutch to be one of the nicest people on planet Earth. Almost everyone in Holland speaks English and so it is very easy to navigate the country. People are also very friendly and many of them go out of their way to be helpful to the visitors. The Dutch are indeed very tall people that appears to be intimidating but they are very warm at heart. Guess we could call them the Gentle Giants !!!. The Hop-on Hop-off Circle Tram is really a joy ride around Amsterdam. Unfortunately, it appears this Circle Tram is not in operation anymore. If I visit Amsterdam again, I would certainly miss this toy like train.

Take a tram to nowhere special...

by .coockie.

Take a tram to nowhere special and start walking. The beautiful thing about this that you walk around with no goal and so really enjoy the atmosfere and see this fascinating city.
When you have enough of this, it is cause of the city structure not so very difficult to find out where you are.
At the top of the foto you can see the Central Station. When I didn't feel like going to school I always just went walking in some of the streets untill I didn't know where or who I was.

You must hire a canal bike for...

by Jillworld

You must hire a canal bike for a different view of Amsterdam. We were armed with a wine, snacks and a map before setting out on the high waters. It was an excellent way to explore and good exercise too! There's a lot to see from the canals, I especially liked seeing all the house boats - I could definitely live like that!

Why the houses are so skinny

by guell

The residents of Amsterdam once paid property taxes based of the area of the front of the house. In order to get around this technicality, many of the homes were built very tall an narrow. The wealthier the family was, the wider their house was.

World countries in one street

by pieter_jan_v

At the West Side of the Vondelpark you can exit to the Roemer Visserstraat.
There you find seven house named after countries, so you can travel a part of the Earth just by walking this street.

The seven countries are:
-Germany at #20
-France at #22
-Spain at #24
-Italy at #26
-Russia at #28
-Netherlands at #30
-England at #30A

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Address: Martelaarsgracht 18, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012 TR, The Netherlands