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We stayed here for one night on a quick visit to Amsterdam in June 2013. The hotel is conveniently located close to the Anne Frank House on a quiet side canal - very pretty location. The rooms and breakfast were fine, and I would recommend...More
We enjoyed our stay at Hotel van Onna as it was located on a beautiful canal. You literally walk down the street and there is the famous Westermarkt Church and Anne Frank House. The tram stop is right in front of the Westermarkt Church as...More
We loved the location in Jordaan! The hotel Was fine, it has one Star, it is clean and the staff is freindly. The breakfast was poor, overboiled eggs, poor bread and jam. We only ate breakfast the first Day, after that we chose, sone of...More
Hotel van Onna was an excellent place to stay in Amsterdam. Very clean, inexpensive, and in a great location with free breakfast and WiFi... what more could you possibly want?
The only drawback I found was that the church bells go off every 15 minutes...More
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One of Amsterdam’s most preferred outdoor markets and some of the city’s favorite watering holes are but two of the many reasons to save ample time for a stroll through this especially convivial warren of narrow streets with its unfair share of quirky shops and quality galleries. Historically a haven for the working class and emigrants, these days the Jordaan is better known as an enclave for artists and designers.
As popular as the Jordaan is as a destination for locals and out-of-towners alike, the area never feels particularly touristy or overrun with outsiders. A highlight even for long-time Jordaan residents, be sure to accept any invitation to step within one of the area’s beloved courtyards or to have a sneak peek inside one of its many working studios.