No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Citadel Amsterdam
Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... hostel despite people telling us to go the wring way (unsure why we asked locals for direction when they were probably high lol) We booked a private room here in Amsterdam as we were worried with booking a dorm that people might be smoking and possibly being sick in our room and being around our things if they were off their face. It was about 200 euro for 4 nights which was expensive but okay. We were ...
... with complexity". This is critical. Other key points that this conference highlighted for me:
- Businesses around the world (BIG businesses) are aligning with our method of teaching and learning. This is good. We can use this.
- The need for critical, creative thinkers is in fact a desirable and highly sought after trait for employees and businesses.
- Think tanks are method utilised by businesses to ...
... It turns out to be very good for a couple local beers, fish and chips and an endive special (large scoop of endive mashed potatoes and a large meatball sliced up and drizzled with dark gravy and topped with sliced ham). Yum. We set out for a walk in the rain and get caught in a couple downpours ducking under store awnings as the come. Luckily I packed the travel umbrella! A couple more stops for some good beer then back to hotel by 11pm. ...
... encased shrine with his remains is a great attraction.
The smaller and more quiet chapels are nicer than the big churches. I also liked the Viceroy's Arch and the Gate of the Adil Shah Palace better.
Well maintained forts
After lunch in the Upper House restaurant we visit two Portuguese forts. The first one is the Reis Magos Fort in Verem, Bardes for which our car has to climb the ...
... to the centre. The tram system in some parts of Amsterdam is pretty unique, the trams run along the centre of the road, on a very narrow raised area which is shared with buses. The two whizz past each other, around tight twists and bends with only inches between. There are also bikes. A lot of bikes, mostly elegantly designed town bikes which seem to make almost anyone ...