The location and surroundings
When staying at PH Hotel Oosteinde you are actually directly in the lively centre of Amsterdam. You can perfectly discover Amsterdam by bike or by public transport when the weather is less beautiful. At a few minutes from your room in PH Hotel Oosteinde you find a metro at the Weesperplein stop, which will take you to the central station within 10 minutes. Furthermore, at Frederiksplein you will find several tram stops that can take you to all relevant places in Amsterdam. This shows that PH Hotel Oosteinde is the perfect spot for visiting Amsterdam; you will be in the heart of the capital in no time.
Culture, shopping and going out: everything is within walking distance of PH Hotel Oosteinde. The adjacent Utrechtsestraat is one of the nicest shopping streets in Amsterdam. From boutiques and flower stalls to trendy fashion brands and herring stalls: here too, the variation provides a sense of warmth and unity.
Theater Carré, Rijksmuseum and the Hermitage are all within walking distance of PH Hotel Oosteinde.
PH Hotel Oosteinde’s staff will be delighted to advise you of the nicest and best restaurants in the neighbourhood. Try international flavours that you didn’t even know existed or enjoy a traditional Dutch pancake. A few tips:
- Visit Restaurant Harmsen in Utrechtsestraat, also known as ‘little Paris’ because of its casual atmosphere. The changing menu offers a combination of Mediterranean flavours and Asian cuisine.
- If you love traditional Italian cuisine, we’d be delighted to book a table for you at Segugio. This Italian restaurant, also on Utrechstestraat, serves typical regional dishes; simple, pure and traditional.
- Or why not try something totally new and visit Mamouche for a surprising combination of Moroccan and French cuisine. As aperitif, you can enjoy their famous home-made rose liqueur from the Atlas Mountains, served with Prosecco.
- PH Hotel Oosteinde also recommends a visit to The Pancake Bakery, a restaurant located in an old East India Company warehouse on Prinsengracht. These influences resonate in the Pancake Bakery’s kitchen, with many international influences taking pride of place on the menu alongside traditional Dutch favourites.