Hotel V Fizeaustraat
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- The hotel is set in a striking 1970s building in leafy Amsteldorp
- Interiors fuse Seventies style with contemporary urban chic
- There's a relaxed restaurant and bar
- Amstel station is 650 metres away
The striking 1970s building that houses Hotel V Fizeaustraat was the inspiration behind the retro décor of this design-focused hotel that fuses Seventies style with contemporary urban chic. It's in the leafy Amsteldorp neighbourhood of Amsterdam-Oost and it has good road and public transport links.
Amstel station, a transport hub where you can pick up train, Metro, tram and bus services to central Amsterdam and beyond, is just 650 metres from the hotel. Amsterdam is considered one the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world, and if you'd like to explore on two wheels, it's possible to hire a bike at the hotel.
If you've worked up an appetite exploring Amsterdam's sights and shops, the Lobby Fizeaustraat is a relaxed venue for a drink and a bite to eat. In keeping with the '70s style, the high-ceilinged space has a colour scheme of browns and orange tones. By day, it's a popular spot for a catch up over coffee or lunch, and as evening comes around the focus is on cocktails and a creative menu of internationally inspired dishes complemented by a comprehensive wine list.
In keeping with the rest of the hotel, the stylish bedrooms combine modern interior design with a distinctly retro feel. They have wooden floors, crisp white bed linen and vintage-style furniture. Creature comforts include free Wi-Fi and Nespresso coffee machines.