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Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven Amsterdam ★★★

Beethovenstraat 43 - 1077 HN - Amsterdam, Nederland | office@hotelbeethoven.nl |
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“Located in one of the most beautiful shopping streets in Amsterdam”
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Hotel in top location

If you’re visiting Amsterdam, why not treat yourself to one of the best locations? Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven is situated in Beethovenstraat, in the middle of the chique and popular Oud-Zuid district. The area surrounding the hotel has a lot to offer in terms of exclusive shops, restaurants, cafés and clubs. You can also choose from the abundance of cultural excursions available. The various trams stopping in front of the hotel make travelling through the city a breeze.

The Museumplein is easily accessible by tram or on foot from Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven. This is the heart of cultural Amsterdam, with its unique collection of fantastic museums, such as the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum just a stone’s throw from each other. After an amazing museum visit why not chill out in the Vondelpark? It’s a great place to enjoy a picnic on the grass, find an terrace café or just take a relaxing walk.

Beethovenstraat 43 - 1077 HN - Amsterdam, Nederland | Show on map office@hotelbeethoven.nl
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Great base to explore the city

Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven is a great base from which to explore the city. All the big tourist attractions such as the Leidseplein, the Dam and the Museumplein are close by, making it easy for you to visit all the huge, internationally known museums. But Amsterdam also has a wealth of smaller, lesser known museums. Here are a few suggestions:

Museums
With a collection of more than 4,000 bags, the Tassenmuseum Hendrikje on the Herengracht is the largest bag museum in the world. Discover what the night-life would have been like in Amsterdam at the end of 19th century in the Willet-Holthuysen Museum on Herengracht. Amsterdam School architect, Michel de Klerk’s most famous building, Het Schip, houses Het Schip Museum in Amsterdam-West. Such things as a worker’s house from 1921 can be seen in the museum.

Children
The Rijksmuseum organises special children’s workshops including “Drawing with Rembrandt”. Future scientists and technical geniuses can get away with doing all kinds of tests and experiments in the NEMO Science Center. The Amsterdamse Bos may not be just around the corner, but it is still easy to reach and is great fun for the children. The kids can climb in trees and swing from treetop to treetop in the Klimpark Fun Forest. The woods are also home to the goat farm Geitenboerderij Ridammerhoeve, which is great for the little ones.

Events
The start of the new theatre season is heralded by the three-day festival the Uitmarkt . On the first weekend in August there’s another popular event, Amsterdam Pride, with its famous canal parade, Gay Pride. The Grachtenfestival (canal festival) also takes place in August, with the Prinsengracht Concert being the highlight.

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Extensive breakfast

Extensive breakfast

An extensive breakfast awaits you in the hotel each morning from 7:00 a.m. Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven doesn’t have its own bar or restaurant but its central location in Amsterdam-Zuid more than makes up for this. There are countless great, high-quality restaurants and bars within easy walking distance, both in the Beethovenstraat itself as well as in the adjacent neighbourhood, De Pijp.

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Reviews

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63% of the travellers recommend this hotel. Based on 218 reviews
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Aljezur, Portugal
4 of 5 stars
Solo travel
13-07-2014
“Pretty OK”

We got off to a bad start when they wanted my passports (this is the EU, go away) and got worse when they wanted to charge me for WiFi. I almost left. Glad I didn't, it's a bit old and due for a refurb (hence the ancient systems) but it is comfortable, works, is cheap, and is a longish walk or a short tram to the centre. Staff proved very helpful. In the end, I liked it. Check the date of the review dear reader, I suspect soon it will have a total makeover and cost double. For now, it's a bit of a bargain. Comfortable and even mildly luxurious in a faintly pealing and appealing way.
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Greensboro, North Carolina
 of 5 stars
Couples
29-05-2014
“Service and location made up for mediocre room”

The two highlights of this property were the front desk staff and the proximity to the tram. The front desk was extremely helpful, and eager to help, with everything from buying tram passes, to train tickets out of the country to directions, etc. I was very impressed with that. They let us keep our luggage at the property on our last day after we checked out as well. The tram stop is just outside the hotel and down the street a few steps. This made getting anywhere extremely easy and efficient. The room itself was not great, but not awful. The bathroom was the smallest thing I have ever seen. I am not sure I could have shaved my legs in the shower if I tried. There was A/C but it was too noisy to use. We let it cool down the room while we were gone (which it attempted to do, but didn't do all that well) and then turned it off when we returned. I think the hotel was overpriced for the quality of the room, but it seemed the norm for Amsterdam at the time we traveled.
London
 of 5 stars
Family
27-05-2014
“Handy Beethoven”

We stayed 3 nights, 3 adults in a room with 3 single beds. The room was tired , poor quality carpet(more like carpet tiles), no liners on the bed. Arrived to a friendly welcome, paid the additional tax bill , plus some more for the wireless and realized that it didn't include breakfast. My mistake, just thought that for over 100e a night it would be included. The room was basic, but did have air-con. The location is good , close to the tram stop and there is a bakery next door which is excellent. The linen and towels were changed daily , which was nice.
Belfast, United Kingdom
 of 5 stars
Business
13-05-2014
“Functional hotel, but thats it.”

Not a lot of character here but it's location will appeal to both business visitors and tourists alike. It's about 20mins walk from the RAI so if you're attending a conference there then this hotel is a good choice. Also just a quick tram ride from the main sites in Amsterdam. Excellent little cafe across the road serving artful and extremely delicious breakfasts.
Birmingham, United Kingdom
 of 5 stars
Friends getaway
11-05-2014
“Great for a short stay!”

Me & 3 girlfriends stayed here for a long weekend. The hotel is in a good location in the museum quarter. The tram stops in front every 15 mins.and easy access to the central station.roughly 5 mins. to station zuid. Our room of 4 beds was clean, tidy and decent sized. fresh towels and toiletries were provided everyday. We paid 10 euros for a buffet breakfast comprising of choices of ham and salamis, eggs, cheese ,fresh breads and yummy croissants.There's a nice bakery a few steps from the hotel and a nice Chinese restaurant that opens really late but kitchen closes really early which sucks, nevertheless the food are yum! The great thing about the hotel is the staff. I would like to specifically mention Arthur at the front desk, who patiently, tirelessly navigated me to the Schipol airport route and showed me the bus stop even in the pouring rain.Arthur is an asset to the hotel and def.deserves a rise of pay :-)

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Fantastic location for a business visit to Amsterdam

Fantastic location for a business visit to Amsterdam

If you’re visiting on business, your hotel’s location is of course extremely important, and in this respect the Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven is just perfect. The hotel is not far from Schiphol airport, there are various train stations (Amsterdam-Zuid and RAI) in the area and the motorway is within easy reach: you’ll be on the Amsterdam ring road (A10) in a matter of minutes. And, all the important business locations are close by: Amsterdam RAI, the World Trade Center (WTC), Vrije Universiteit (VU) and Zuidas business district. The hotel also has a number of extra facilities for business guests including free Wi-Fi in public areas and in Deluxe rooms, an airport shuttle, coffee and tea-making facilities in your room, and a laundry and dry-cleaning service.

Fantastic location for a business visit to Amsterdam

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