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Hotel Blyss

Vondelstraat 74-78 1054 Amsterdam

Hotel Description:

Business hours of reception: from 07:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Hotel Blyss is a recently renovated family hotel with an outstanding service and very friendly staff. The hotel is conveniently situated in the heart of Amsterdam in a quiet street next to the famous Vondelpark and close of Amsterdam's most fascinating attractions. Leidseplein, the main square with restaurants, bars, cafés, cosy pubs, theatres, casino, tourist offices, canal tour facilities, the Rijkmuseum, Rembrandts museum and Van Gogh museum are all within 4 to 10 minutes walk from the hotel. RAI, the conference business centre, is 10 minutes by taxi or tram.

Hotel Blyss offers 39 well-equipped rooms, a cosy lobby and a bar. The rooms have TV, phone, a work-desk, fully equipped shower-room including hairdryer, soap and shampoo dispenser.

Public parking spaces are available for a fee.

The hotel also offers light snacks during the day and guests are welcome to enjoy dinner in one of the 2 restaurants, which are run by the management of the hotel and only within 5 minutes walking distance.

Our motto: "Service with a smile"

Further information about the hotel:

Additional information about the hotel: Please note that the city tax will be calculated separately.

Details on distance (in km/miles)
Airport (Amsterdam, Schiphol):
Station (Amsterdam Central Station):
Metro/ suburban train (Eerste Constantijn Huygenstraat):
City centre:
  10 / 6.21
2 / 1.24
0.2 / 0.12
0.2 / 0.12
Hotel features/particularities
  • Single room: 9
  • Triple room: 5
  • Elevator
  • Double room: 6
  • Quad room: 3
  • Twin room: 16
  • W Lan
    Room features
  • Hairdryer
  • Desk
  • Cable TV
  • Shower
  • Internet connection
  • Non smoking rooms
  • Bathroom
  • Phone
  • TV
  • Bar
    Accepted credit card payment
  • MasterCard/EuroCard
  • EC-Card (Electronic Cash)
  • AmericanExpress
  • Visa


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