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Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel

Wednesday, February 4, 2015
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Having stayed in 3 separate hotels in one city like Amsterdam has it’s advantages. Each window view has a new perspective of the city. Every step out of the hotel has a new corner to explore. Having the view of the canals is definitely a plus. Having the view of the city has it’s beauty.

At first impression, Renaissance Amsterdam is perfectly situated 10 minutes by foot to central station and is surrounded by historic buildings from the outside and modern contemporary from the inside. There is a Church, which is physically connected to the contemporary settings of the hotel making the backdrop and setting so beautiful!

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Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel

At The Hotel

High speed internet is found in every room, lobby and public area. All public areas are non-smoking, babysitting available. In every room you have the usual amenities from coffee maker to different pillows and a hairdryer.

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The Rooms

When you chose the Renaissance, you already know what you are going to get. Clean, comfortable and basic rooms with no fuss and super comfortable beds. 6 different room category to chose from. I was booked in the guest room which was a decent size for a room in European standards. I was most of the day outside the room anyway!

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The Location

Dam Square, The Royal Palace and Anne Frank House, all within easy walking distance. Central station is 10 minutes by foot.

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The Dining

Breakfast is continental and buffet style with delicious pastries. The hotel has 3 different restaurants, Italian, international and a bar with lounge. Cool vibes and chilled music, serving finger style food, MED dips and a large range of amazing cocktails. The Koepelcafé, a traditional Amsterdam bar located on the Spuistreet side of the hotel, offers a true local vibe and a place to relax and just hang out while enjoying the view of the city.

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The Service

Thank goodness for Sarah at front desk and her wonderful team along with Jana. The special service each guests receives contributes to the wonderful experience we had, regardless of the simple basic rooms.

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Families, singles, couples, solo travelers

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