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A visit to Amsterdam’s Eastern Docklands presents the opportunity to marvel at its many modern architectural masterpieces like the Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam and the beguiling Python Bridge while taking in its scenic waterfront with its trendy assortment of cafés, restaurants, bars, and clubs. Here in this post-industrial (though in some parts still very much presently industrial) neighborhood, you’ll find a smart selection of cool galleries and shops as well as the kid-friendly Science Center NEMO and the National Maritime Museum.
Eat, see, and stay in Eastern Docklands (Oostelijk Havengebied)
We visited on Thursday - 3 adults and 2 kids. The building is very impressive from the outside and the children couldn’t wait to explore the ship.
We decided to take one of the free self guided audio tours each and follow the suggested route round the floors of the museum. The audio is available in quite a few different...
An excellent hands on science centre. The children loved exploring each activity learning so many interesting things related to physics, biology, and astronomy. Wished we had more time and energy to do the chemistry lab experiments too.
great and relaxing place .
we find the place on first day, and on second day we just needed to go there again.
This place is made for everybody except for people that are looking for fancy food
We took a tram from Centraal Station out to visit this bridge, and then had a bit of a walk to get to it from the tram stop, but it was all worthwhile.
My wife and I love to visit things that are a bit different, unusual, and off the beaten track, and this visit was no exception!
To be fair, most of the KNSM island is interesting just architecturally speaking. The IJ side of the island is pretty boring, except for the water views, good for dog walking or running. With the exception of the quay crane B&B, which is kind of funny. When coming up to the end of the Surinamekade, one has a great view...
"They were incredibly friendly and helped us catch our train!"
reviewed 1 week ago by Shane N
We were looking for a place to eat lunch and decided to try the Brunchroom. Unfortunately, we realized when we got there that we only had 30 minutes to eat. They said it would take them 20 minutes to prepare the food but we were served in just 15 minutes! They were incredibly friendly and accommodating the entire time and...
We stopped in for some late breakfast (actually went to pick up some free tomatoes but we were too late - all gone by 11.30!) and took a seat outside. Really hot day (as it has been) and ordered two iced coffees (sweetened with a little honey before brought out - really, really good); a plate of waffles to share...
Situated about 10 minutes walk from Central station the bar has a good selection of Beers and a relaxed atmosphere. Music is chilled so not intrusive, and the buzz of conversation is the main back drop. This was great for an afternoon/ pre dinner drink. Not sure how it works in the evening, but staff seemed to know their stuff...
Stayed here in room 303 for three nights and found everything about the hotel excellent. It’s in a quiet area only 3 stops from Central Station. The twin room was large and airy with everything you need from ironing table and iron to the tv with loads of English speaking channels. The beds were very comfortable and the whole hotel...
Stayed for two nights on our recent visit to Amsterdam. Hotel is located within walking distance of Central Station where you can catch trains , trams and boats to access all parts of the city.
Staff were pleasant and very helpful . Hotel has an excellent bar/bistro and a very good restaurant. Rooms are spacious and comfortable.
The only downside...
Our stay at LLoyd Hotel was very nice (even if the restaurant was being renovated). The building is splendid, full of history, but nicely renovated. And the staff is very nice. Plus, it's not in the city center but super easy to commute to, and one stop from the parking P+R Zeeburg.
Super service and very kindly
Super clean and beautiful rooms
I really recommend this hotel
This is the place to be in Amsterdam for the moment and maybe for a long time
Very near the central station (5min by bus)
Excellent sunset from deck with affordable drinks! Hostess was incredibly friendly. Breakfast buffet was beautiful. Economy lodging with small boat sleeping quarters and weak wifi. Would stay here again!