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The Times Hotel

Herengracht 137 1015 BG Amsterdam

Hotel Description:

Business hours of reception: 24 hours

The imposing structure of The Times Hotel dates back to 1650. It has been recently renovated without losing its characteristic elements from earlier years.

All 34 rooms are comfortably and colourfully furnished. They come with a double bed or 2 separate beds, shower, phone, ADSL connection and plasma TV.

The Herengracht can be found in the centre of Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, concert hall and beautiful shopping streets are nearby. The Anne Frank House and the Westerturm tower can be reached on foot.

The staff of The Times Hotel welcomes you to this impressing hotel and provides you with useful information on gastronomic facilities and cultural sights.

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 (Amsterdam, Schiphol):
Station (Amsterdam, Central Station):
Congress center (Amsterdam, RAI):
  14 / 8.7
0.5 / 0.31
10 / 6.21
   
Location
central
Hotel features/particularities
  • Double room: 30
  • Medical treatment
  • Wake up service
  • Room Service
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  • Suite: 3
  • W Lan
  • Laundry service
  • car park (with costs)
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  • Car rental
  • Reception open 24h a day
  • Elevator
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    Room features
  • Hairdryer
  • Room for disabled
  • Cell phone connection
  • Phone
  • TV
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  • Shower
  • Desk
  • Safe
  • Cable TV
  • Bathroom
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  • Baby cot available
  • Radio
  • Internet connection
  • Non smoking rooms
  • Air condition
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  • bath tub partly available
  • Catering
  • Bar
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    Accepted credit card payment
  • MasterCard/EuroCard
  • EC-Card (Electronic Cash)
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  • AmericanExpress
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  • Visa
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