We are located centrally, in walking distance from the Central Station (approx 20 min.). We are easily accessible by car and Public Transport. You take tram no. 4 or 14 at Central Station and you get out on Rembrandtplein.

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The Rembrandtplein (Rembrandt Square) is a major square in central Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It is named after the famous painter Rembrandt van Rijn. The square used to be a butter market but developed into a centre for nightlife with the opening of various hotels and cafés. There are bars filled with people singing along to Dutch folk songs at the top of their voices, and a few large discos. The popularity of the Rembrandtplein has arisen along with the café terraces, that are packed during summer. In the middle of the square is a green rectangle of grass with a statue of Rembrandt.