The hotel houses its own restaurant and bar "Gerzonis", where you can enjoy Italian cuisine in a Mediterranean atmosphere. Opening Hours: 11:00 to 22:00. Although the Art Deco exterior of the building dates from the 1920s the hotel's furnishings and facilities are thoroughly modern. In the hotel's boardroom between 2 and 10 guests can take advantage of the hotel's business services. Outside, the 'winter garden' offers space for a party or reception of up to 100 people, or simply a relaxing cup of coffee.
Across the street from the NH City Centre lies the world famous restaurant "d'Vijff Vlieghen" ("The Five Flies"), first opened in 1939 and now owned by the NH hotel chain. The restaurant is made up of nine charming, interconnected dining rooms, in five authentic 17th century houses. D'Vijf Vlieghen offers the best in New Dutch Cuisine, Holland's culinary traditions blended with today's tastes. The restaurant also offers a range of over 150 traditional gins and liqueurs.
Located right in the heart of Amsterdam, within easy walking distance of many of the city's most popular tourist attractions. Amsterdam's picturesque canals are within a stone's throw of the hotel. The Anne Frank house, flower market and royal palace are also very nearby. Tram and bus stops in front of the hotel provide travellers with the opportunity to easily explore the wider city and travel directly to the airport.
This 3-star hotel offers guests well-furnished, modern rooms. The hotel's hireable boardroom and some 'superior' rooms even boast views of the famous 'Singel' canal. All rooms have fresh, contemporary decor complimented with modern furnishings. Rooms are decorated with neutral fabrics and light-wood floors, or in a more traditional style, with red-and-blue fabrics and carpeting. Beds have down comforters, and pillow menus are available. All rooms include direct-dial phones with voice mail and dial-up Internet access. The 1920s-style bathrooms, tiled in black and white, have hair dryers and showers or shower/tub combinations. During warmer weather, rooms are cooled with a top-cooling system rather than air conditioning.
By car: from Utrecht, (A2)/ Amersfoort (A1)/ Hilversum (A1). From the A2 and then the A10 take exit S-110 or exit Centum to the Utrecht Bridge. Turn right after the bridge (after the traffi c lights). Now you are on Amsteldijk. After 2 kilometers you reach a T-crossing. Here you turn left. After 1 kilometer you see the Heinekenbrewery on your left hand side. Turn right and go straight on at the roundabout. Now you are in the Vijzelstraat. Follow the street until the Herengracht, (this is the third canal) and there you turn until the Gasthuismolensteeg, where you turn right. You cross Singel canal and turn right into the Spuistraat. NH City Centre is located at the end of this street on your right hand side. From Schiphol / The Hague (A4). From the A4 and then the A10 take exit Geuzenveld. At the end of this exit turn right into the Jan van Galenstraat, straight on to the centre. Turn right at the T-crossing (Nassaukade), then left at the first traffic lights (Rozengracht) until the Royal Palace. Turn right into the Spuistraat. NH City Centre is located at the end of this street on your right hand side.