How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Keizershof Amsterdam
Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... miss the green light. Whilst waiting for the red light to go green(they have special bicycle lanes here and bicycle lights) some black construction dust goes in my eye. Suddenly the light goes green. I have no time to stop, I can't see out of one eye and I have to pedal to the park. It's no easy feat, it's high nigh impossible. You need both eyes when you ride a bike, at least I do. I make it to the park and I am trying to wash out my eye with the tears from the dust. It still ...
... and the market is about as the clients of course are the reason for the company to exist. Tuesday we went to ACTE's Education Forum for half a day before moving on to Antwerp. Among other things there was a presentation about beackons, which basically is like offline cookies, which in a travel perspective can help the travellers simplify a lot of things through a travel. A cool example on how it can simplify the life of a traveller is related to the ...
... one of the main attractions of the town and almost everything in walking distance. Wandering through the city and its Christmas markets you can hear the sound of horses hoof on the cobblestone roads from the numerous town tours and the smell of waffles, chocolate and sausages fills the air. For us two, Brugge was primarily spent walking the city and eating food and drinking Belgian beers. One night in the town was enough to see it all in my ...
... the Second World War. Even though Bree and I were both familiar with the basic outline of the story it was very interesting to get a better idea of the exact details leading up to and during the Frank family’s time in hiding. The museum does an excellent job of including videos and real artifacts to give you all the information you need about the location itself and its inhabitants. It is quite an eerie feeling to get to travel up the narrow and ...
... in Amsterdam! We would have liked to visit Anne Frank house and hear more about her story but the online tickets were sold out for several weeks, and the queue any time we went near it was down the street and around the corner, and we agreed we had better things to do than wait in a queue for hours!
I can't really remember the rest of our daily detailed itinerary (it all kind of blends into one!), so I'll just write about a few of the other highlights.