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Hotel De Looier

Derde Looiersdwarsstraat, 75 1016 VD Amsterdam

Hotel Description:

Hotel De Looier was built as a diamond factory in 1886 and has been recently renovated into a three-star hotel in Amsterdam. The hotel is located in the city centre known as the Jordaan (garden); in a quite side street. The RAI Convention Centre, WTC and the World Fashion Centre are very easy to reach by public transport.

All our rooms have comfortable beds and are equipped with private bathroom with shower and toilet, direct dial telephone and cable TV.

Business guests can benefit from our services like fax, direct telephone line, wireless internet hotspot, courier service and further amenities.

Within 5 minutes walking distance you will find numerous museums and the main entertainment area (Leidseplein) with restaurants, bars, discos and the casino as well as our own cafe Rock In and Roll Out.

Parking facilities are available nearby in a multi-storey car park (for a fee).

Breakfast is served from 07:00 a.m.

Further information about the hotel:

A maximum of 1 child/ren up to 4 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.

Additional information about the hotel: Please note, that the city tax is calculated separatly.

Details on distance (in km/miles)
  12 / 7.46
3 / 1.86
3 / 1.86
10 / 6.21
5 / 3.11
City centre:
  12 / 7.46
3 / 1.86
8 / 4.97
0.01 / 0.01
Hotel features/particularities
  • Single room: 4
  • triple rooms and family rooms: 14
  • Double room: 10
  • Elevator
    Room features
  • Hairdryer
  • Balcony
  • Phone
  • Shower
  • Desk
  • TV
  • Bathroom
  • Radio
  • Ironing
  • Bar
  • bike rental
    Accepted credit card payment
  • MasterCard/EuroCard
  • DinersClub
  • AmericanExpress
  • Visa



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