Hotel De Hallen
Why We Love This Hotel
- In southwest Amsterdam, close to boutiques, museums, galleries & markets
- Stylish, industrial-design hotel featuring contemporary art
- Part of the De Hallen complex, which has a cinema & shops
- Has an on-site restaurant, bar & terrace
- Free Wi-Fi & parking
The 4-star Hotel De Hallen is in a former tram depot from 1902 that houses one of the city's finest industrial-heritage sites. This has been renovated and now contains the stylish, 55-room hotel, which blends the building's industrial design with Scandinavian furniture and a contemporary art collection.
The property is in a residential area of southwest Amsterdam, close to the popular Ten Katemarkt street market. The Stedelijk Museum, Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, Vondelpark, Anne Frank Huis and The Nine Streets – an area famous for its vintage and designer shopping -- are all within a 20-minute walk. The nearest tram stop, Ten Katestraat, is 290m away, taking you to Dam Square in 13 minutes.
Facilities at the hotel include a lobby, a terrace and an adjoining restaurant and bar, Remise47, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinners featuring modern French and international dishes, as well as cocktails. The hotel is part of the De Hallen complex, which also features a library, a cinema, boutiques and an indoor food market.
All rooms have air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, a smart TV, a Nespresso coffee machine, tea facilities and a walk-in rain shower, and free parking is available to guests. Some guests may be relieved to know the hotel has a non-smoking policy throughout.