Hotel Atlanta has a magnificent view of the lively 'Rembrandtplein' which functioned as a meeting place for entertainers, artists and journalists in the 19th century. The square owes its name to the statue of Rembrandt that was erected by a group of artists in 1844. Over the years, the square developed into a centre of popular amusement. The many restaurants, bars and terraces bring about a vibrant atmosphere in summertime.
The renowned Dutch painter Piet Mondriaan, famous for his abstract art, had his studio on the attic of this establishment from 1904 to 1907. This space is now turned into room 33 of the hotel, the so called 'Mondriaan room'. Art lovers will greatly enjoy their stay here. Replicas of the art of the famous painter can be admired throughout the hotel as well.
The hotel provides several room types that are all equipped with a television, minibar, hair dryer, safe and coffee and tea making facilities. Most rooms have a private bathroom with a shower or bath and a toilet. The Deluxe Double/Twin Room have a jacuzzi as well, and the Grand Deluxe Twin Room is also provided with a steam bath.