A few questions
does the rooms have a kettle ??
How much is the tram into centre ?
Could I just walk in ?? I don't mind walking a distance
Also is there any wee local shops to get milk juice near by
Thank you in advance I hope u can help x
Hi nothing to add as it was all covered.
Hi.the rooms have a kettle and a fridge.i dont think it is doable to walk into the center.far better to buy a ticket in reception to cover the length of your stay which allows you to use the metro,trans etc.the center of Amsterdam is very walkable but better to commute in and out by metro.there is a shop in the hotel selling some basics but I didn’t see any shops nearby.enjoy you’re stay at this lovely,friendly hotel.
Room has a kettle and fridge. It is a long walk into the centre.
Day ticket (purchasable from the hotel for about 5 euros) allows use on all buses, trams and metro. Over Amstel metro station is a 5-10 minute walk from the hotel. No nearby shops, but mini shop in hotel reception.
Hotel excellent, staff lovely, breakfast brilliant - thoroughly recommend it.
Hi there,room does have kettle. It is walk able to centraal station. As u get out of hotel,towards right across the bridge,there are lot of supermarkets and cafes. As u walk along its about 20mins walk to city centre as in centraal station. Me and my husband did walk atleast once into city centre. Worst case,along same route there is tram stop,which will take you to station too
No the rooms don't have a kettle.
There is a little shop in the lobby area but none in the local vicinity.
Too far to walk to central Amsterdam.
Tram prices , we got a weekend travel ticket as worked out much cheaper 30 euros per person for 2 full days unlimited travel.
hi, the rooms they have a fridge and a kettle. There is a shop within the hotel which sells certain food and basic items. Maybe you should plan and shop a bit in advance as you head to the hotel, so that you do not have to run around for basics by spending more on transport specifically for this purpose.
Hope this helps.
hi, the rooms have a fridge and a kettle. you can get a metro into the city centre for 17€ for 3 days which allows you to get the tram and buses too. you could probably cycle to the centre. but the metro is easier. there is a shop within the hotel which sells food and basics. failing that there are supermarkets in the centre too.
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