This luxurious 4-star hotel is located in the centre of Amsterdam, right next to the famous Rembrandt Square. Hampshire Hotel offers modern accommodation with free Wi-Fi and is easily accessible by car and public transport. Central Station and Leidseplein are both only a 10-minute tram ride.
Hampshire Hotel - Rembrandt Square Amsterdam offers spacious rooms with modern furniture and flat-screen TVs. Other amenities include box spring beds and ironing facilities. Wired internet is available in the rooms, free of charge.
Amsterdam’s number one nightlife area with its trendy bars and clubs is only a couple of minutes away. Equally, the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum are within easy walking distance. Bike rental is also possible at the front desk, which is open 24 hours a day to help guests find their way around the city.
The French brasserie FLO Amsterdam serves lunch (Monday till Friday) and dinner in a typical Parisian atmosphere. It has a Fruits-de-Mer section with a selection of fresh oysters, lobster and crab. Drinks are available at the bar.
The hotel also offers an extensive breakfast buffet in the morning, including luxury bread, croissants and a variety of spreads and fruits.
- Internet Corner
- Internet access - wireless
- Free WiFi - Public Areas
- Free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
- Bar / Lounge
- Number of restaurants 2
- Room service
Services & Shops
- Tour assistance
- Concierge desk
- Event catering
- Currency exchange
- Dry cleaning/laundry service
- Luggage storage
- Babysitting (Surcharge)
- Laundry facilities
- Secretarial services
- Business services
- Shoe shine
- No rollaway beds available
- Check-out by noon
- Pets not allowed
- Conference center
- JCB International
- Wheelchair accessible
- No- smoking property
- Photocopy machines
- Check-in time starts 3:00 PM
- Total number of rooms 166
- Multilingual staff
- Multiple small meeting rooms
- Number of meeting/conference rooms 5
- Number of floors 5
- 24-hour front desk
- Safe-deposit box at front desk
- Number of buildings/towers 1
- Parking nearby
- Alarm clock
- Iron/ironing board (on request)
- Clock radio
- Hair dryer
- Coffee/tea maker
- In-room safe
- Electronic/magnetic keys
Internet, TV & Phone
- Voice mail
- Pay movies
- Premium television channel(s)
- Direct-dial phone
- Bathroom phone
Rooms & Comfort
- Cribs/infant beds available on request
- Wake-up calls
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- Window opens
- Extra towels/bedding
- Air conditioning
- City view
- Cribs/infant beds available
Bath & Shower
- Rainfall showerhead
- Private bathroom
- Handheld showerhead
- Designer toiletries
- Bathtub or shower
- Shower only
- Complimentary toiletries
- Makeup/shaving mirror
- Bathtub only
- Separate bathtub and shower
- Shower/bathtub combination
- Turndown service
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At a Glance
Board basis explained
Board basis explained
...means that included in the price are all main meals, most drinks, which tend to be local varieties available during bar opening hours.
...means that breakfast, lunch and evening meals, are included in the price.
...means that your breakfast and evening meal is included in the price. In some cases you can choose to receive lunch instead of breakfast - the hotel will confirm this upon arrival.
...means that breakfast is included in the price.
...means that no meals or drinks are included in the price, but you will be provided with catering facilities in your accommodation to cook light meals.
...means that no meals or drinks are included in the price.
- Willet-Holthuysen Museum 0.05 miles
- Stopera 0.11 miles
- Rembrandt Square 0.11 miles
- Blauwbrug 0.12 miles
- Thorbeckeplein 0.12 miles
- Theater Tuschinski 0.16 miles
- Hermitage Amsterdam 0.19 miles
- Waterlooplein Flea Market 0.22 miles
- Munttoren 0.23 miles
- Skinny Bridge (Magere Brug) 0.24 miles
- Muntplein 0.24 miles
- Kalverstraat 0.25 miles
- Flower Market 0.25 miles
- Waterlooplein 0.25 miles
- Jewish Historical Museum 0.25 miles
- Rembrandt House Museum 0.25 miles
- Portuguese-Israelite Synagogue 0.27 miles
- Zuiderkerk 0.28 miles
- Reguliersdwarsstraat 0.29 miles
- Allard Pierson Museum 0.30 miles
- at_a_glance_airport Schiphol Amsterdam AMS25m
The historic centre of Amsterdam plays host to a huge number of visitors each year. The list of reasons to visit this beautiful city is long and varied. The relatively compact centre is packed with historical buildings, picturesque canals and cultural hotspots. From the wonderfully quirky, laid back Jordaan in the west to the old centre and Nieuwmarkt in the east, Amsterdam is a great city to walk around. If you arrive via the vast Centraal Station, the city spreads out in front of you. Follow the mighty Damrak down to Dam Square and beyond towards Vondelpark and Museumplein in the south. The canals will either confuse or guide you. The centre of the city extends as far as the fourth canal in the inner ring – Prinsengracht. The four main canals sweep around the old city before colliding with the River Amstel to the east.
Art and history lovers will be spoilt for choice in Amsterdam. See the work of Dutch Masters including Van Gogh and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum before paying an emotional visit to the Anne Frank House on Prinsengracht in the heart of the Jordaan. If you are in Amsterdam on a sunny day you should head down to the leafy Vondelpark. There is a lovely café and restaurant but you could just pick up some food and find a little patch of shady grass to stretch out on. Fully recharged you can head into the centre of Amsterdam and take advantage of the wide range of cafes, bars, restaurants and clubs.
Things to do in Amsterdam
Eat and drink in Amsterdam
Amsterdam is a large, international city and you can eat what you want, when you want. The main streets running through the centre of the city are busy with a wide range of restaurants and bars. For a more intimate and authentic experience, head west into the Jordaan. This area of the city has resisted the excesses of modern life and held onto a more independent, artisan approach to living. The bars on every corner are cosy and welcoming with simple menus and drinks on offer. Local restaurants and cafes are tucked away on the little lanes leading across the four main canals. The Spui is home to larger grand cafes where well-dressed locals mingle with visitors to the city. The food and service is more polished with the added benefit of some excellent people watching opportunities. The area around Nieuwmarkt is home to a good range of great value restaurants.
Try the local speciality - Rijsttafel. A colonial inspired Indonesian feast consisting of a huge range of small dishes. Make sure you are hungry – there can be as many as forty separate dishes served up!
The city is busy with bars and clubs and you will find somewhere that plays the music you like on most days of the week. The bars are open late and very busy at the weekend. Head down to Leidseplein for a drink. The square is lined with popular bars and a mixed crowd. The area offers a bit of late fun for all – you will find several large live music venues including Melkweg and the Sugar Factory as well as the casino and a wide range of theatres. Nearby Rembrandtplein is a good alternative and perhaps better suited to visitors looking for a late night clubbing experience. You will find a good range of large, popular bars as well as large clubs including Escape and Studio 80.
Shopping in Amsterdam
Amsterdam is great city to shop in. The picturesque streets leading through the centre are lined with both large department stores and boutiques selling more exclusive goods. The Magna Plaza in Dam Square is worth a visit. This former main post office building is a beautiful piece of architecture from the outside. Step inside the ancient walls and the interior is a multi-level shopping paradise. Beyond Dam Square, Kalverstraat is home to a wide range of large brands and local specialist stores. The ‘nine streets’ district (Negan Straatjes) nestled between the canals is home to jewellery and vintage goods specialists. If you love antiques and art then you should head down to the Speigelkwartier. The area is busy with little specialist dealers and markets. High end fashion followers need look no further than P.C. Hoofstraat, the ultimate in exclusive shopping.
Amsterdam has some amazing flea markets – look out for the weekly market in Nieuwmarkt.
Things to see in Amsterdam
Start with a long walk along the canals, explore the flower market, and admire the gable fronted building dating back to the 17th century. Art lovers should make a point of visiting the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum down in Museumplein. The Artis Zoo out beyond Waterlooplein to the east is a great place to visit with the family. For a water level view of the city and historic canals, consider taking a boat cruise. The options are seemingly endless and a weekend trip will not seem enough. Make sure you leave time for some people watching from the windows of a grand café.
Try an evening cruise. Once the sun goes down the bridges and canal side houses light up giving the canals a magical feel.
This ‘brown café’ should be top of your list of bars to try during your visit to Amsterdam. The old part of the bar was established in 1670 and is pretty much unchanged due to the listed status it enjoys. Take a seat at the bar and soak up a little bit of old Amsterdam. The bar is on the edge of Spuistraat which sits on the Singel canal.
This amazing little restaurant is nestled in the heart of the Jordaan on Lindengracht. From the outside this is just another quirky little corner café but step inside and you are greeted by a top class restaurant serving fresh, exciting food that draws on both local and international influences.
King’s Day – April 27th
Prior to 2014 the whole nation would come together on the 30th April to celebrate the Queen’s official birthday with a huge party that spreads across the city with live music, parties and impromptu bars and food stalls. Queen’s Day has now become King’s Day as Willem-Alexander, the Queens oldest son has taken over the throne. The party is no less enthusiastic!
- Currency – EUR
- Time Zone – GMT + (1)
- Travel Time – Amsterdam (AMS) - 1 hour 20 minutes (London)
- Transfer Time – 30 minutes (Taxi)
Hampshire Hotel - Rembrandt Square Amsterdam Reviews
Hampshire Hotel - Rembrandt Square Amsterdam Reviews
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20 February 2016
Great hotel, amazing location
Hampshire hotel was a beautiful hotel. It was very clean. In a perfect location right next to rembrandt square, loads of restaurants in the area. Close to the metro station and tram stops to go into town. Very comfortable bed. There was free Wifi in the room.
The best thing about my stay was...Bed
27 March 2012
Nice Hotel - Cental area
Aisling Vallely, Co. Armagh
The Hotel was more than adequate for the price. Rooms were large, and Breakfast was a good start for the day. No internet in the room but is available in reception. The hotel staff were friend upon arrival, Hotel is now call Hamshire hotel caused a little confusion when looking for the hotel but it was very close to rembrant square. A double room consists of two single beds, but they are quite comfortable. Room generally clean but carpets were very dirty. I would definatly book this hotel again for a trip
The best thing about my stay was...Good Breakfast
20 August 2011
centrally located, good breakfasts, polite service. a few dubious stains around the room.
Neil , York
on the whole it was a good place to stay, right in the heart of amsterdam, walking distance to more or less everywhere, the service was good and polite. the room was smartly decorated, though not sure about the frosted glass shower walls next to the bed. however there were a number of dubious stains around the room, including a big sweaty hand print on the wall above the desk.
The best thing about my stay was...location, service, breakfast
23 May 2011
brendan burns, belfast
me and my partner stayed in this hotel and really enjoyed it, food was lovely, room was clean and toilet was also clean, very very good location its close to everything and is right beside the rembrandtplein which is a large square filled with bars and restaurants
The best thing about my stay was...the weather was great
13 May 2011
A nice Place
just spend two days in Amsterdam. The hotel is fine nothing to fancy just a basic good hotel and i would recommend that you stay here. Its in a decent location near plenty bars and food. and you can get the number 9 tram down the hill to the centre but to be honest its better to walk and take in the sights. When i say hill its more of a gentle stroll and very easy walking so no problems for anyone with any walking problems. make you way to the DAM square for a good atmospere with plenty to see. The food is good so go on try a stake they are lovely. The people all speak English and are very friendly... Enjoy
The best thing about my stay was...Lovely canals and a lay back place
03 February 2011
Value for money
BRYAN FISHER, MERSEYSIDE
OF COURSE, VALUE OF MONEY DEPENDS WHAT YOU PAID. HOWEVER, I PAID £80 WHICH I THOUGHT WAS GOOD. THE STAFF WERE PLEASANT AND HELPFUL. THE ROOM WAS TIDY AND CLEAN, HOWEVER, THE FLOOR COULD HAVE DONE WITH SOME WITH A LITTLE ATTENTION. THE BATHROMM WAS GOOD,CLEAN AND COME WITH ALL YOU WOULD EXPECT. BREAKFAST WAS INCLUDED AND YOU COULD HAVE BOTH CONTINENTAL OR COOKED. YES, I WOULD STAY AGAIN
The best thing about my stay was...THE BUS FOR THE RIA EXHIBITION HALL STOPPED OUTSIDE THE HOTEL
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