Hotel addressNoorderstraat 46
1017 TV Amsterdam
How to reach the hotelGPS :N 52° 21' 39.40'' E 4° 53' 36.37''
Contact the hotel
- Tel. (+31)20/6220328
- Fax. (+31)20/6203208
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Mercure Hotel Amsterdam Centre Canal District - hotel description
Hotel code: 1032
The Mercure Hotel Amsterdam Centre Canal District is a beautiful boutique hotel, close to the Prinsengracht. The hotel, which is converted from nineteen weaver's houses built in the 17th century, was built in 1967 by the famous American author of travel guides, mr. Arthur Frommer. The hotel is located in the city centre. Dam Square, the Royal Palace and the city's most famous museums are all within walking distance of the hotel. Stay at our hotel and experience the real Amsterdam!
Extras of this hotel
The hotel is located in the city centre and is easy to reach by tram, with stops on Weteringcircuit/Weteringschans (line 16/24) or the Weteringcircuit (line 7/10).
Message from the hotel manager
Mrs. Francis A. Windt, the manager of the Mercure Hotel Amsterdam Centre Canal District hotel, would like to welcome you.
At the heart of Amsterdam's famous ring of canals, the Mercure Amsterdam Center Canal hotel is the ideal base for exploring the historic center of the Dutch capital. The sightseeing boat pickup stops are within walking distance of the hotel.and so are the tourist attractions, such as the Wester Church, the Amsterdam Tulip Museum and the Woonbootmuseum. Time to relax? Why not saunter through the pleasant Vondelpark, and don't forget to shop at the Albert Cuypmarkt or Waterlooplein.
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