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Mercure Hotel Amsterdam City

Mercure Hotel Amsterdam City Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Tall and modern in design, this unmistakable 368-room hotel is a reliable choice near Amsterdam's business district. Because of the suburban location, and the 14 multi-use meeting rooms, it attracts a core group of working travelers who have their own vehicles (parking is available for a fee). The friendly atmosphere also suits couples and families who don't mind a bit of a journey to get into the city center. Overall, the decor is tasteful, and three unique restaurants and a Dutch "brown" bar provide nice places to unwind. During summer months, guests can enjoy a drink on the waterside terrace set along the picturesque Amstel river -- by far the best view from the hotel. As far as guest rooms are concerned, the difference between room types is quite dramatic. The standard rooms have an eclectic slightly dated feel, whereas the Privilege rooms have a contemporary flair, with designer fixtures and additional amenities. Wi-Fi is free throughout, and workaholics can burn off steam in the sauna and fitness center.
Hotel Casa 400

Hotel Casa 400 Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Hotel Casa 400 is a clean, sleek spot among the cranes and scaffolding resulting from ongoing construction in the area. Situated in Amsterdam's Amstel district, the hotel is on the fringes of the city, about 15 to 20 minutes from museums and the maze of canals at the city's center. The atrium-style lobby is vast and bright with tons of windows, and colorful modular seating looks into an inner garden. It's a basic but modern property, with clean lines and minimalist decor. The rooms are mostly white with a piece or two of artwork and basic amenities (flat-screen TVs, tea kettles, and mini-fridges). They're more comfy and functional than stylish, with cozy white beds and modern all-white bathrooms. All the white can feel a bit sterile at times, but light from the windows makes the rooms feel more natural. A trendy bar and lounge upstairs features stylish seating offset by rustic wood floors. Circles, the cafe-like main restaurant, has a cool covered outdoor terrace. Bike rentals are a nice perk, as are the bunch of meeting spaces available to business guests. Because of its decentralized location, Hotel Casa 400 is perhaps more geared toward the business traveler; tourists should consider hotels closer to the main part of the city.


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