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Bellevue Hotel

Martelaarsgracht 10 1012 TP Amsterdam

Hotel Description:

Business hours of reception: 24 hours

With its central location, the Bellevue Hotel is the ideal hotel to discover Amsterdam from. The central station is 100 m away. From there you can reach all the attractions of Amsterdam easily or visit the city on foot.

The hotel offers 77 design rooms with en-suite facilities, hairdryer, cable TV, telephone, safety deposit box and WLAN. Non-smoking rooms are available.

In the bistro of Bellevue Hotel, Restaurant BrasserIJ, you can have a nice lunch and at the end of the afternoon enjoy a drink and relax. Café Karpershoek is part of the Bellevue Hotel as well. This café dating from 1606 is the oldest café of Amsterdam.

Amsterdam provides you with a wide range of possibilities and has many faces. You can take a walk to the Beursplein and the Dam, enjoy shopping in the Negen Straatjes and discover the versatile nightlife of Amsterdam, for instance.

Further information about the hotel:

A maximum of 1 child/ren up to 2 year/s of age (inclusive) stay free of charge in a double room occupied by their parents (with 2 adults paying full rate). If you have any further questions, kindly contact us.

Details on distance (in km/miles)
Airport (Schiphol - Amsterdam):
Station (Amsterdam):
Metro/ suburban train:
Beach (sea):
  16.9 / 10.5
0.3 / 0.19
0.3 / 0.19
30.4 / 18.89
  Highway (A10):
Congress center:
City centre:
  5.3 / 3.29
4.6 / 2.86
0.01 / 0.01
Hotel features/particularities
  • Wake up service
  • Reception open 24h a day
  • Elevator
  • W Lan
  • Laundry service
    Room features
  • Hairdryer
  • Desk
  • Internet connection
  • Cable TV
  • Bathroom
  • Shower
  • Cell phone connection
  • Phone
  • Non smoking rooms
  • Air condition
  • Baby cot available
  • Safe
  • Pay TV
  • TV
    Accepted credit card payment
  • MasterCard/EuroCard
  • DinersClub
  • AmericanExpress
  • EC-Card (Electronic Cash)
  • Visa


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