Corendon City Hotel
The Corendon City Hotel is close to Vondelpark which is the perfect location for some cycling or walks. Museum Square and the Van Gogh Museum is also near for those who are interested in art.
Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic city break deal. Choose this comfortable modern hotel for a truly memorable stay in Amsterdam. Serving mouth-watering Mediterranean fare, the restaurant is well known for its delicious gourmet burgers and scrumptious high teas. Fancy a midnight snack! The Bazar in the lobby is open 24/7. With its own custom made Corendon bed’s, spacious rooms with cool tones and a spa inspired by the Ottoman Empire, look forward to a unique base where you can relax and plan your trips around this marvelous city.
- Baby-changing facilities
- Free WiFi
- Indoor freshwater pool heated
- Luxurious Spa
- Modern and stylish design
- On-site mini-market.
Flight & Transfer Information
Flight duration approx. 1 hour, transfer to resort around 30 mins by taxi or shuttle bus.
Room Options: standard double or twin, superior double or twin, triple room and junior suites.
Standard Double or Twin Room
Sleeps: Minimum 2 | Maximum 2(plus 1 infant(s))
Flat screen television
Safety deposit box
Coffee making facilities
Bathroom containing a bath or shower.
Daily room cleaning service
Towel change on request
Food & Drink
Board Options: Room Only or Bed And Breakfast.
A La Carte Restaurant
Cor And Don's Restaurant - A la carte. Serves international cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Cor And Don's Cocktail bar (open between 6.30am and 1.00am).
This is the city of Rembrandt, Anne Frank, the Red Light District, Johan Cruyff, and the Dutch East and West India Companies; there’s a world of fascinating stories, spellbinding art and architecture that has stood the test of time.
Made up of shimmering canals interlinked with white drawbridges, you’ll find beauty in the townhouses and open green spaces on an Amsterdam city break. Soak up the atmosphere in the lively squares and stack up the pancakes in a cosy café. It’s a glowing city all lit up at night too.
Amsterdam doesn’t lack for grand, classical museums and galleries, but Rijksmuseum is the daddy of them all, this magnificent Gothic and Renaissance building is home to a phenomenal collection of Dutch masterworks from the Golden Age. One of Amsterdam’s must-do activities which is still the best way to explore the city is the canal tour. The 17th-Century canal house, where Anne Frank, her family and four others hid is now a museum and educational centre and a must see. Dedicated to the works of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries, this Gerrit Rietveld-designed building houses the largest collection of the artist’s work in the world. It’s just around the corner from the Rijksmuseum, and forms part of Amsterdam’s Holy Trinity of culture alongside the Stedelijk Museum next door. Explore the city’s thriving street food scene at this super-trendy gastro palazzo. What began life as an old tram depot is now Oud-West’s very own quirky culinary destination, with more than 30 food stalls and bars. Biking is one of the most popular ways to get around Amsterdam.