The flower market is one minute's walk away, and the bars around Rembrandtplein not much further. The hotel is on Vijzelstraat, a busy street, so bedrooms to the front will get some disturbance from trams and traffic.
If you like purple, you're in for a treat. Dark purple corridors lead to modern rooms with purple panels above beds and purple-tinged gauzy drapes over windows. You can also expect boarded floors, Nespresso coffee machines, and smart bathrooms with creamy tiling - some have a bath with shower, others just a shower. There are several good-sized family rooms. Three serviced apartments down the street have their own kitchen and living room.
All fresh and modern looking - black and white leather sofas and armchairs in the lobby, a purple-hued bar with a floor-to-ceiling display of wine bottles, and a restaurant with brown-leather banquettes, modern art and windows on to the street.
Eating and drinking
An extensive buffet breakfast, with hot dishes such as eggs and bacon as well as fruit, croissants, cereals and so forth. You can have lunch (soup, sandwiches, salads) and dinner (salads, steak, pasta and some more adventurous dishes) in the restaurant too, but there are numerous, far more interesting dining options nearby.
Friendly, but not polished.
Who stays there
Your typical city-break holidaymakers.
Prices on peak weekends shoot up. Breakfast 13.5 euros per person extra.
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
Pros & Cons
- Central location
- Smart, recently restyled rooms
- Too much purple for some tastes