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This statue stands in tribute to Andre Hazes, a Dutch singer of sentimental folk songs. From what I've read, he had quite a successful career than spanned four decades.
The statue is a somewhat unflattering, kitsch sculpture of a overweight man in his middle-age. He is seated on aa stool and belting out one of his famous folk some.
The monument of the fallen horn blower stands at the site of mass execution performed by the Nazi Germans in WW2. The statue is quite life like, exhibiting a sadness at the forcible death of an innocent musician.
"The best traditional Thai massage salon in Amsterdam!"
reviewed February 4, 2020 by Jansen2020
The best traditional Thai massage salon in Amsterdam!
Good service, wonderful professional massages and my girlfriend had a beauty treatment which she is still completely happy with, definitely a must, this case definitely stands out in front of many Thai beauty salons .. Quality I'd spot on ... 5 * sure worth
In terms of value, it’s definitely one of the best in the world, high end cuisine but in a very simple and modest ambiance that makes you feel at ease while going through the experience, food is brilliant and the young chef from Liverpool is really doing a great job.. certainly one of the top restaurants in Amsterdam regarding value...
Visited on a Friday night where we struggled to get a table as the restaurant only seats around 15 people. However Once we sat, we were seen to very quickly and the service was great start to finish. The waitress even made the effort to make conversation with us despite the fact she was the only server for the evening....
Booked online having read the reviews as a Birthday dinner for my other half, absolutely delightful from beginning to end, great service and exceptional food, if I have cause to return to Amsterdam this is an absolute must..... couldn’t rate it high enough 👌
Esther brings people together, Dutch and international, creating a wonderful cosy atmosphere. The food is delicious and inspires - flavourful and colourful vegetarian dishes. This is the second time I joined a workshop with my family and I am sure many more are to come.
Loved this hotel! Everyone was so friendly during our stay! We got great recommendations from the reception staff for cool places to go in the lively neighborhood. Also the rooms were amazing and the beds are so comfy!
This hotel is slightly off the beaten track, but the lovely helpful staff more than make up for it.
Anything and everything we asked for was provided, almost immediately.
The room cleaning staff however, were less than great. The cleaner didnt always top up the things that ran out, I had to ask in reception for a new box of...
"Expensive, lots of traffic noise but ok for a basic stay."
reviewed February 5, 2020 by ACH_KMS
Traffic noise is a major problem if your room is on the front. We were 3rd floor and the *constant* traffic just doesn’t stop even at 4am. View isn’t great. Rooms are so hot. Breakfast very cheap quality and poor. We skipped it and paid for a proper breakfast elsewhere. Lift is slow. Stairs are frighteningly steep!
Staff are all...
Stayed twice. Both times Rita was a great host. She does leave you alone. She discusses payment terms of cash in advance up front. No surprises. Clean facilities. Next to the Albert Cuyp street market. Great for your morning walk getting fresh bread, eggs, butter and fresh vegetables. The tram stop is a couple of minutes away. Very convenient place.
MY ROOM STANK LIKE A SEWER. The hotel staff did nothing about it. They said that all the rooms in that hotel were booked yet they own multiple holes and wouldn't accommodate me by switching me to different room in one of their other hotels. They will tell you that they cant do anything until the manager arrives. This is...