Artemis Hotel Amsterdam
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... for Jess and Clayton to stay for free...
We then headed out for some food and had Dutch pancakes which were huge and delicious before setting out for a Amsterdam tradition- moon cakes.
We found a coffee shop that sold joints and hash muffins. We bought a hash muffin each and Laurence, Greg and Kim shared a joint. We sat down feeling very self-conscious among the locals and started eating.
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... book back in 1972 and had always wanted to see her home in Haarlem. Her devout Dutch family helped hide Jews during WWII until they were betrayed and all ended up in various concentration camps. All but Corrie died in the camps. After the war she became an evangelist and wrote a book "The Hiding Place" which was later made into a movie. As the evangelistic ...
... bikes around. I love it here. Dinner in Volendam, on the coast, which was so still it was almost a mirror. Very picturesque town again, and the sunset over the water and boats looked amazing. Back to the city for a canal cruise with an open bar! The guide was very informative, telling us about some buildings around, the canals, houseboats, and fun facts about the Netherlands. Shown some houses that are on a lean at random angles. Apparently they're ...
... stories live on and to raise awareness about human rights issues. We were so impressed by this museum...well worth the visit. A very popular street food here is frites with mayonnaise, and there was a stand recommended by our hosts just outside the museum in the Westerkerk square. This is also the sight of a beautiful, granite pink triangle tribute to those who died during World War Two because of their sexual orientation, more affectionately called the homomonument. ...
... see all the flowers and seeds being sold but this was alittle too close to the end of a long planting season to really appreciate it! We got used to looking 4 times before we crossed a street - once for bikes, once for trams, once for cars and then once again for bikes. Just when we thought we had the hang of crossing the street, one of us would be chatting away and step right into traffic.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Artemis Hotel Amsterdam
The hotel was out of town we liked that since I didnt want to stay in the centre. If your a novice to amsterdam holland get familiar with the location its nearer schipol - tram 2 aletta jacobslaan.. assess where you want to go and what you want to do ..trust me it will save time later! Buy a GVB card for your stay so you can tram or bus it to most places.
After reading the trip advisior comments regarding Artemis hotel. I have decided to place a booking for my collegue and myself for 3 nites. After landing at the airport, we took a cab to the hotel. Due to the fact that the hotel is very new, the cab driver did not know the exact location.He has to call up the hotel reception to ask for directions. When we reach the hotel, my collegue was not very "keen" to stay in the hotel , as it was "out of nowhere". I reassured my friend that he will overlook all the flaws once he checked into his room. After some discussion in the hotel lobby, he finally agreed, he was not dissapointed. I am also glad that I have made a good choice.
We were very impressed with the architecture and design of the Artemis hotel and it's pleasant room, but unfortunately we were slightly let down in a few areas that were obviously due to the Hotel only being a few months old.
My sister and I satyed at the Artemis hotel for a weekend break. We'd read so many great reviews about the high standards and service we couldn't wait to get there. We weren't let down by the modern and tasteful decoration and furnishings, the rooms were the most amazing I've ever seen.
We stayed at this hotel based on reviews that we read on tripadvisor, and were very glad that we did. We would definitely reccomend this hotel to all.
The Artemis hotel is a brand spanking new place in a commercial area to the South of Amsterdam. If anything it is closer to Schiphol than the town center.
I finally booked this hotel after trying to find (in vain) reasonably priced good quality rooms in other hotels in the centre of Amsterdam. So finally I decided to take a leap of faith with this newly built hotel based on the single review on this site at the time. I was certainly not disappointed. This hotel is brand new, modern and stylish as are the rooms (photos included). It's big - think medium sized airport Hiltons. The staff were polite helpful and professional and continually exhibited that eagerness to satisfy to a level only really seen when new establishments are trying to make their mark. The rooms were well decorated. Brand spanking new with a very contemporary yet comfortable feel - dark wooden furniture, wooden flooring and designer lighting etc. The bathroom was slick with modern designer sink and toilet and a really goog sized shower (no bath). Again as with anything brand new, it was a pleasure to come back after a days wandering to get under that really invigorating shower. Some nice touches that made you feel good were things like a doorbell. One design aspect that didnt work for me was the non-lockable frosted glass door to the bathroom - which was just too cool to be fuctional. A possible minor quibble could be lack of tea making facilities (although this wasnt needed as tea was always provided as complimentary room service - which was a nice touch). Breakfast was the extensive continental variety repleat wiht three types of smoked fish, four types of cheese etc. An underground car park ensured that I wasnt worried about the car during my trips to town (this was free for the duration). On that point, the hotel isnt in town - but a regular bus directly outside the hotel (number 145) goes straight to where the action is - as does the number 2 tram (the stop a slightly further walk away from the hotel but this takes you straight to Dam and Central station and right next to canal cruises and excursions etc.) Dont buy your tickets on the bus or tram, but try and get a strip of tickets (from most sweet shops in town) as soon as you can. You'll save around 40% on the cost of travel this way. Trips to central Amsterdam took around 15-20 minutes - and to be honest my wife and I found it actually quite pleasant to go back to a hotel that was in a nice quiet leafy subarb at the end of each day. So all in all a fantastic stay - and highly recommended.
Modern Hotel but a little out of the way...
My wife and I stayed here in early May on a quick trip to Amsterdam. It's a really great modern hotel. The foyer is filled with all sorts of abstract art. The rooms are very stylish and the bed was very very comfortable. The hotel was so new it even smelled a little of fresh paint. The staff were excellent.
You should be aware that this hotel is a little out the way though. It's on a bus route though and a tram and metro stop is a short walk away. After midnight you'll need to get a cab though. A taxi from the city is just under 10 euros.
If you don't mind being a little off the main map then this place will be perfect fo you.
My girlfriend and I spent last weekend in the Artemis hotel in Amsterdam. At first we were hesitant about booking it as it seemed so far out. Because it only opened last month I couldn't find a review online. But we decided upon it on two grounds: the rooms were large and modern in contrast to the tiny dingy rooms in the centre of Amsterdam. And second, for this 4 star hotel the price was excellent- €85 per night for 2 including taxes. (on this point, shop around as we could have paid a hundred euro more a night for the same room according to some websites)