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All reviews singel canal beautiful hotel canal view room dam square complimentary coffee within walking distance jacuzzi bath deluxe room nine streets perfect location sitting area anne frank house flower market loved this hotel beautiful room reception area major attractions
This is one of the few hotels which offer the comfort and charm which once was offered in hotels like the Pulitzer. The Pulitzer now looks like a minimalist cafe. Not so the Estherea. Pleasure greets your eyes whatever they light upon. Meals either in...More
This quirky boutique hotel was fabulous - it’s in an excellent location within easy walking distance to various sights, plus has some good restaurants nearby.
The common areas of the hotel are lavishly decorated, the staff were friendly and helpful, our room was nicely decorated...More
Walking into this stunning hotel tells the story throughout! We loved every eclectic detail! The delicious pastries and coffee in the lobby were a lovely feature after a day of cold sightseeing. Our room was beautifully decorated. So thrilled we found this gem in the...More
I don’t normally write reviews but after this weekend’s stay I thought I would!
We booked this hotel at very short notice for myself, my wife and 3 year old daughter for a long weekend. They couldn’t have been more hospitable from their first email...More
Walking into this boutique hotel was like walking into an eclectic haven of interior design at its best. The owner prides herself on her attention to detail and rightly so. A wonderful scent lingered in the air of the public areas and in our bedroom....More
Located in the heart of the city, Hotel Estherea is housed in a row of historic buildings on the major canal. Behind the 17th century façade, guests find a warm welcome in comfortable surroundings. With its …Morewoolen carpets, crystal chandeliers and sumptuous furniture, the hotel is an oasis of tranquility in the middle of the bustling city.The Estherea first opened its doors in the 1940s. this family business is currently run by the third generation. Although the hotel’s comforts and facilities have been brought up to date over the past sixty years, the concept of personal service and attention remains unchanged. All 92 rooms have been recently renovated and are all accessible by elevator. Each room has its own unique character: a wonderful place to unwind a day of exploring the city. Less
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US$215 - US$560 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Also Known As
Estherea Hotel Amsterdam
Hotel Estherea Amsterdam
The Netherlands > North Holland Province > Amsterdam > Centrum / Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) / Old Center / Burgwallen-Nieuwe Zijde
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Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is as historically significant as it is perennially popular. Whether you’re a history buff, architecture enthusiast, shutterbug, or fashionista, odds are you’ll find the Amsterdam you're looking for while roaming around the Grachtengordel (Canal Ring). A brilliant place to get lost in a moody meander and a key component to any sightseeing trip to Amsterdam, this area's major draws
include the Anne Frank House, the Bloemenmarkt floating flower market, an enviable assortment of independent boutiques along De Negen Straatjes, and of course all of Grachtengordel’s lovely canals and bridges.
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I think it is too far to walk with luggage on cobblestone streets. If you take a cab insist that they use the meter, don't accept their offer of a fixed fee. Cab drivers love to rip off tourists at the cruise terminal and... More
I think it is too far to walk with luggage on cobblestone streets. If you take a cab insist that they use the meter, don't accept their offer of a fixed fee. Cab drivers love to rip off tourists at the cruise terminal and the train station. I would use Uber instead if possible.