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I had travelled with 2 friends to Amsterdam for the first time in the year of 2013. We stayed at Hotel Hestia and loved it! I personally loved going down in the mornings for the breakfast just to see their little, beautifully quaint garden. I...More
I was told that this hotel will be closing on November 1, but I'll write the review anyway because credit where credit is due. This is a wonderful little hotel in the heart of Amsterdam. The single room I had was a bit small but...More
I cannot recommend this hotel for a visit. The rooms were old, looked very worn. The beds were ok, altho when booking we purchased king size bed, we got separate beds put together. The bathroom was falling apart and the shower water was completely random,...More
Hotel has an excellent location very close to (walking distance within 10 minutes) the most famous museums, canal cruise companies, rent-a-bike companies, the largest park in Amsterdam (Vondelpark).
Single room is very small, however that was what I expected.
Staff very friendly, the breakfast ok,...More
Stayed at Hotel Hestia for three nights. The hotel was well located and in walking distance to the main shopping strip, a few restaurants, tram stop, the airport bus stop and a casino. The rooms were big enough, however the bathroom had an unpleasant smell....More
Top sites to see in this attractive and affluent part of town include the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum, to name but two of the highly acclaimed museums of the aptly named Museum Quarter. And if you need a break from all the fantastic art, there’s the Neoclassical Concertgebouw music hall and Vondelpark, the city’s largest park. Shopaholics and luxury brand connoisseurs will love exploring the high-end shopping
destinations of PC Hooftstraat, Van Baerlestraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat, and Jacob Obrechtstraat, where even the shop window displays are of museum quality. In the evenings, when the museums close and the daytrippers head home, the area becomes a quiet oasis of calm with a sophisticated and urbane tone.