Hotel de Hallen
Occupying part of a repurposed tram depot complex in the now-trendy Amsterdam Oud-West neighborhood, the Hotel de Hallen has a prime location with supercool neighbors including a food market, art-house cinema, and library. The hotel’s industrial-midcentury style understatedly fills a space that could easily feel cavernous, the long halls that once housed streetcars acting as living rooms between interior hallways. Walls throughout are decorated with a modern art collection, turning rooms into mini-museums—although the Museumplein, with its world-renowned outposts of art, is just a 15-minute tram ride away. The French-inspired Remise47 restaurant, with its large glass doors opening onto an expansive garden terrace, attracts a lively crowd of hip locals and guests at all hours.
By Kate Thorman, AFAR Contributor
Hotel De Hallen
The location of Hotel De Hallen is wonderful since it's a short bike ride from the Jordaan, Vondelpark, city centre and the museum district. Next to the hotel is Foodhallen, which has a large variety of dinning choices. The rooms are comfortable and the hotel's design is clean and modern.
By Jason Seldon, AFAR Staff
Bellamyplein 47, 1053 AT Amsterdam, Netherlands
+31 20 820 8670