Hotel Residence Le Coin

Address: Nieuwe Doelenstraat 5, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012 CP, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Salford area of Amsterdam, is near Hema, Mint Tower (Munttoren), Allard Pierson Museum Amsterdam, and Oudemanhuispoort.
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        Is Amsterdam more than just red lights?

        A travel blog entry by kochwebb on Oct 02, 2015

        74 photos

        ... time I chose one that wasn't quite as strong as the 8.5% beer I had just consumed. While very tasty, there's only so many of those one can drink at noon with an expectation of still being awake the rest of the day. Tracy and Connie reappeared and had successfully found the waffle shop but, while the waffles were good, they weren't what Connie was accustomed to as the more traditional ones she'd seen, so the hunt would continue. We settled up our bill and began ...


        A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Sep 09, 2015

        ... 5 hours to turn the water off, this flooded basements etc the worst effected was the main hospital, which meant that they had no power & everyone had to be evacuated, this required the army assistance (no lifts - carried people out) It should take 5 days to get back to normal at a cost of EUR20 million, a little bit of an oversight placing the electrics in the basement, considering that most of Amsterdam is under sea level.

        Had a ...


        A travel blog entry by heathermurphy7 on Jul 06, 2015

        4 photos

        ... parking- most are a couple levels of bike parking, with the double-decker parking we just learned to use. The bike parking is so significantly cheaper than car parking as well. I don't know why you would drive into the city ever- car parking is 5 euros/hour! The bike parking is free the first day, .50 the next 2 days, then 2 euros a day after that! You could park your bike for an entire week and pay the same as an hour in a car park. I use this as an example as I continue ...


        A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jun 19, 2015

        16 photos

        ... from downtown, in an area that looks as if it were all built about 2 months ago. It turned out that the hotel had actually only opened about 2 weeks earlier, and it sort of showed. The staff were clearly still learning their jobs, but they were mostly young and cheerful and determined to be helpful. The plus of the location from my point of view is that from the 12th floor there was a great view of the Ajax Amsterdam football team (soccer ...

        Splendid house on the Keizersgracht

        A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on Apr 29, 2015

        5 comments, 21 photos

        This morning the temperature was a nippy 47-degrees, with partly cloudy skies and enough wind to give us less than ideal walking weather. But around 11 o'clock we buttoned-up, and gave it a go, heading to the Leidseplein once again, then through Max Euweplein, and crossed the Singelgracht canal to enter the eastern side of the Vondelpark.

        Vondelpark, which covers an area of 110+ acres, is the largest city park in Amsterdam, and the most famous park in ...