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Behind the magnificent historic façade of the Ibis Styles Amsterdam Central Station Hotel Amsterdam hides a very elegant 3-star hotel. The hotel is decorated with an eye for detail in a mixture of modern and traditional design. The interior is soothing with atmospheric images that refer to typical Dutch landscapes: water, grass and sand. The rooms are accommodated with every modern comfort. The windows and walls are properly isolated to prevent noise nuisance and all rooms are equipped with very comfortable box-spring beds.Surroundings
There are numerous attractions in the close vicinity of the hotel. You can go on a shopping spree in the [i]Kalverstraat[/i], on the [i]Nieuwendijk[/i] or in boutiques of the [i]9 straatjes[/i] near the [i]Rozengracht[/i]. Discover the real Amsterdam way of life in the authentic and cosy neighbourhood [i]De Jordaan[/i], or take a guided tour through one of the oldest areas: the Red Light District.Food and Drink
In the hotel's bakery 'Carla's peace, love and food', you can enjoy a lovely, home-made breakfast with items including fresh raspberry/carrot juice, fig-date bread with Reypenaer cheese and a Swedish cinnamon roll. The bakers use organic ingredients wherever possible. Breakfast is available on weekdays from 07:00 until 11:00, and at weekends from 07:00 until 12:00.And even if you're not a hotel-guest, you're still welcome to lunch or lounge here until 18:00. Or order a roll and a cup of coffee to go. Free WiFi is available here. Watch city life go by on sunny days whilst sitting on the cosy ourdoor terrace. Café Karpershoek, part of hotel Ibis Styles Amsterdam Central Station is situated on the corner of the [i]Martelaarsgracht[/i] and [i]Prins Hendrikkade[/i]. This café dates back to 1606, making it the oldest café in Amsterdam. It was previously located by the harbour and was frequented by sailors. Nowadays, the clientele is a mix of local regulars and tourists. Many things here are reminiscent of bygone days, such as a thin layer of sand on the wooden floor; as has been customary for centuries-long. Or the fact that no music is played; the perfect opportunity for tourists to easily chat to a true Amsterdammer.
Reviewed by 29 guests93% of guests recommend this hotel