Amsterdam has plenty to offer and with a great location when staying at Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre you’ll enjoy easy access to some of the city’s best attractions and exciting things to do. We are next to Central Station, making it easy to move around independently at leisure, should you wish.
Our neighbours include the modern Muziekgebouw (Concert Hall) and Bimhuis (ranked the world’s fifth best-known jazz club). The city centre, canals and museums are a ten-minute walk or a five-minute tram ride from the hotel. Canal boats and water taxis can stop in front of the hotel at our own jetty.
For all your daytrips or tour arrangements, please contact our Concierge for more information or bookings at +31 (0)20 519 1213.
Marvel at Rembrandt’s Night Watch in the Rijksmuseum, or admire the brushstrokes of Vincent’s Sunflowers in the Van Gogh Museum. From Russian collections at the Hermitage Amsterdam to modern art at the Stedelijk Museum, this city is truly an art lover’s dream. Unwind with some jazz or enjoy a classical concert for an all-round cultural tour de force.
Spend a fun-filled vacation with quality family time, while walking past Keukenhof’s spring flowers or discovering the amazing world of Science Centre NEMO. The Amsterdam Zoo and Madame Tussauds have some pretty wonderful photo opportunities – great for that ultimate family holiday picture!
We will keep you updated about the latest events, city wide congresses, festivals, attractions and happenings in town and nearby Amsterdam that are worth visiting. Canal parades, SAIL Amsterdam, Kings day and lots of festivals, see what’s on during your stay at Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts.
Nightlife in Amsterdam
Lose yourself in Amsterdam’s jazz scene, go to some of the best clubs and take a walk in the city’s famous red-light district. Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre is close to several venues where you can have a good night out and our Concierge will be delighted to recommend the latest hotspots.
The finest shops and fashion boutiques can be found in Amsterdam. Whether you prefer a one-stop mall with department stores and designer shops, or outdoor market-style browsing, the city teems with plenty of opportunities for shoppers to get their stroopwafels, Dutch cheese and even…clogs!
Sightseeing in Amsterdam
The best way to explore this beautiful city is by canal boat or bicycle. See the 17th century Royal Palace and Westerkerk, discover the Jordaan district and cycle in Vondelpark. Get out of the city and visit the gorgeous windmills in Zaandam or the spectacular spring flowers in Keukenhof.