Hotel Rembrandt, Amsterdam Visão Geral
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Hotel Rembrandt, Amsterdam Detalhes
Hotel Rembrandt Descrição do Hotel
By car, from Schiphol Airport: Take the ringroad Amsterdam in the direction of ‘Zaandam’ and take exit S116 (Volendam - Noord-Centrum). From there, go through the Y-tunnel and take the first exit left. Turn left at the traffic lights and you will find the hotel.
1) By public transport, from Schiphol Airport: Every 20 minutes a train runs from the airport to Amsterdam Central Station. When you arrive at the airport, go to the central hall, there is a big sign with the train information. The trains to the central station run from 05:40 AM to 00:30 AM (go to step 2).
2) By public transport, from Amsterdam Central Station: You can take tram 9 from the square in front of the station to the ‘Plantage Kerklaan’ tram stop. This stop is just in front of the hotel. The trams in Amsterdam normally run from 07:00 AM to 01:00 AM.
Hotel Rembrandt, Amsterdam Detalhes do Hotel
Hotel Rembrandt Amsterdam is a non-smoking hotel and is situated in the Plantage, a 19th century residential area with dignified buildings and much greenery. The University of Amsterdam, the Maritime Museum, Rembrandt House, Artis Zoo, the Waterlooplein flea market and the Botanical garden are just a few of the many sights in the vicinity. Rembrandtplein is the perfect place to start a night on the town, and is only a ten-minute walk from the hotel.
The hotel offers the perfect atmosphere to unwind, as it has a beautiful antique breakfast room and a small international library with a lobby PC. You can also follow Hotel Rembrandt in Amsterdam on Twitter for tips, news and special offers at 'hotelrembrandt1'.
Hotel Rembrandt Amsterdam has 17 different rooms, which all feature private facilities,
cable TV, Pay TV, telephone, hairdryer, a coffee/tea-maker, Wi-Fi
Internet connection and a mini-bar. Also, the hotel has one room with a life-size copy on canvas of
Rembrandt's most famous painting 'The Nightwatch' as well as a room with
an infrared sauna.