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Bustling Albert Cuypstraat serves as the main drag through De Pijp and the location for Albert Cuyp Market, the largest and most famous of Amsterdam’s many outdoor markets. Beyond this sometimes-frantic thoroughfare, tiny lanes beckon urban explorers in search of the latest trends and hidden gems. Nearly half the residents living in De Pijp are foreigners and a good number of them are students. Here you'll find a multitude of ethnic restaurants, great cafes and bars, and a brilliant array of locally owned shops, all catering to a broad range of budgets and tastes.
As the weather was good last Saturday, I did the walk "Mee in Mokum" in the "Pijp" area and I found some beautiful buildings. One of them is this Building that I knew it since 26 years ago. It was once the old City hall of Nieuwer-Amstel in the past and then turned into the Amsterdam City Archives until 2007....
"Private dining with SuperB service by a passionated foodie . Family run hidden gem."
reviewed 3 weeks ago by Jaier A W
It is rare that you find a place which is so different from other places. Esthers Cookery is not easy to match a categorie.
A restaurant, deli, take-out, workshops and courses, meeting place, a inspiring own cookbook, etc etc
But most of all Esther is the most wonderfull host you will find. At all time ready to go the extra...
Good news in post-quarantine's Amsterdam is that Graham's Kitchen is open again, and they hit you with their amazing summer menu.
With Monica joining the team as a chef, the new menu has a definite influence of her motherland Spain. The delicate mix of summer freshness and Spanish spice kicks have brought an absolutely unexpected twist to the food. The...
Booked Zaza’s based on trip advisor reviews for our 5th anniversary meal. The restaurant is quite pricey but worth every penny! The staff and the food are exceptional. Could not fault it, if you are looking for a treat during your Amsterdam stay this is the place. Can not recommended it enough! Thank you to our two lovely waitresses for...
Had a great stay in the okura Amsterdam.
8/10 Room: Nice room although not very big.
10/10 Dining: the hotel has many great restaurants. I had dinner in la Serre, it was good. The bar at the top of the hotel has a very nice view.
9/10: nice swimming pool with hot water. Just pity because Corona the jacuzzi was...
I would recommend The Sir Albert Amsterdam.
It's a stylish and relaxing hotel in a good location with very helpful and friendly staff.
(And don't forget to visit the Aalbert Cuyp Straat market further along the same street.)
Fabulous hotel. Clean and smart looking. Staff friendly and helpful, holding doors open, helping with luggage etc. Pool area was lovely, only one draw back was the number of loungers round it (only 4!) Room was lovely - bed was a bit hard, but everything was modern and immaculate. One draw back was the coffee station/wardrobe. Ours was behind a...
This hotel is slightly off the beaten track, but the lovely helpful staff more than make up for it.
Anything and everything we asked for was provided, almost immediately.
The room cleaning staff however, were less than great. The cleaner didnt always top up the things that ran out, I had to ask in reception for a new box of...
"Nice little hotels with no frills, clean and well located"
reviewed 23 September 2019 by FRS2011
Nice little hotel extremely well located in the Pijp neighborhood. Rooms have no-frills but very clean. The private bathroom was small but renovated. Stairs are very steep. Breakfast is adequate. Staff is very nice, especially Gabriela. Bicycle rental is great and very reasonable.