The 5-star NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is on Amsterdam’s main square with views across to the Royal Palace. You’re well-placed for some of the city’s finest shops, while a lot of tourist attractions are just a short stroll away.
- in the center of Amsterdam
- views over the bustling Dam Square
- 15-minute tram to the Museum Quarter
- hotel building dates back to 1855
The hotel has 451 guest rooms, each with very modern décor and a natural color scheme. You’ll find some classic touches too, with parquet flooring in some of the rooms. A contemporary en-suite bathroom can be found in every room, while guests in the Presidential Suite can enjoy a long soak in their private Jacuzzi.
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Tipping - Many services already have a service charge added to the bill. If this is the case, you aren't obliged to tip extra. Tipping in the Netherlands, like in most of Europe, isn't really expected. However, leaving extra change or rounding up the bill in restaurants, bars and cafés is common.
Photos – With its kilometres of canals, brick bridges, old churches and 17th-century architecture, Amsterdam is a photographer’s paradise. But where can you stop to take that perfect Amsterdam snap? And how do you steal a peek at the broader city landscape? Click here for I amsterdam's selection of photographic highlights.
Taxis – Taxis can be handy when travelling to and from the airport, late at night when the trams have stopped running or when you're running late. Here is a list of official taxi operators in Amsterdam.
Language – The official language of the Netherlands is Dutch. The majority of Amsterdam's residents speak English well and are often fluent in one or two languages on top of that. You can usually get by effortlessly in Amsterdam without knowing a word of Dutch.
Entertainment – With its picturesque canal network, rich history and vibrant cultural scene, the capital of the Netherlands is one of the world’s most unique city destinations. Read the top 20 things to do in Amsterdam on www.iamsterdam.com
February is the coldest month throughout the Netherlands, and the coldest time of the year to spend in Amsterdam. Hence do not forget to pack some warm sweaters and jackets! The average high temperature is 6° Celsius (42.8° Fahrenheit), and the average low temperature is 0.5° Celsius (32.9° Fahrenheit).
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