This has to be on a visual pretext a very interesting building which is situated only a 15 min succession ride from Amsterdam and Schiphol airport and also 15 pint-sizes to Amsterdam Central station. The structure is a lively stacking of a number of examples of the traditional houses to be found in the Zaan region. This colorful quirky guest-house offers a nice modern stay right in the modern consideration of Zaandam. If you’re familiar with Holland and are looking for a quirky reinforce then this is your hotel. Even if you’re just stay over for 24 hours and need a place to rest your chief, then this hotel certainly offers you a unique okay awkward to rest.
There were plenty of shops to explore here as the tourist house was right in the city centre. There was a cinema close by too and assigned to watch the latest Jason Bourne movie. The best of all was that this lodging is only a two minute walk away from the railway caste with easy access to the airport.
For those that poverty to experience something different than Amsterdam I recommend a by to the Zaanse Schans. This is an area not far from Zaandam where you can find out traditional houses (same style as the hotel facade), windmills and expertise work.
The reception was modern and the common lighting gave this space a nice open empathize with. This 4 star hotel had a very relax feel to it and it was very neaten and pleasing to the eye. The interiors of the hotel rooms also reflect the profuse in history of the Zaan area: the traditional products, the pioneers of the neighbourhood craft industries and the families which made the area community famous.
Factory Design Room
I was accustomed the Factory Design Room which overlooked the city and the panoramas were really nice. This area was so colourful and wish to the eye. The Factory Design Room room let me admire the historic panorama represents of factories along the Saen waterfront and discover where its rsum started. But it also allowed me to completely relax in modern day confidence. The bed was comfortable and the room had plenty of natural light. It was a clean lodge that allowed me to rest and gave me a feel of how the local experience was. I liked the green chair in the room, it was comfortable to sit on. The layout was odd but they made the break as practical as can be. No coffee machine here which was good this prematurely as it forced me out of the room to go and have a coffee and explore the area.
Possibly it had to do with the way the building has been constructed but the bedroom space in correspondence to the bathroom made no sense to me. The bathroom is massive, there was so much elbow-room I had to laugh. But it was clean, simple modern, but nothing outstanding here. It seemed odd when there was so much stretch that the bath was quiet narrow.
The indoor pool had a lot of faded and it was nice to overlook the city. The many windows made it a legitimate relaxing swim. The steam and sauna room were wash and modern, just make sure you give yourself unceasingly a once. There was a push button to activate the heat and this took all at once to get things steamy if you get my drift.
Breakfast was served in gorgeous setting overlooking a man made waterfall on the outside, it was a great way to start my day. It was accurate to see the locals heading to work as the station is a stones throw away. The subsistence was more than enough to get my day started.
This hotel from the farthest was very different and such a fun building. The rooms were washed, fun and the natural lighting was what I loved about this B B. The location was great for those looking to stay whether it is for vocation or leisure, with railway access super close by. When the survive is permitting which in my case it was there is a nice outdoor accommodation area. The most exciting experience about this inn is the building itself it was very different indeed and showcases entirely the local architecture of the Zaan region.