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The Toren

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Keizersgracht 164 Amsterdam 1015 CZ Netherlands
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92/100

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  • Breakdown Rating Guest comments
  • Service 95 Fantastic service
  • Ambiance 88 Great ambiance
  • Location 96 Great location
  • Hotel 92 Excellent hotel
  • Food 85 Delicious food
  • Hotel Building 79 Nice building
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Hotel type

Boutique Hotel

This is a wonderful boutique hotel, as guests say.

Romantic Hotel

Guests say the hotel is perfect for a romantic getaway.

Good to know

  • Well-maintained rooms
  • New rooms
  • Very quiet
  • Spacious bathroom
  • Clean bathroom
  • Good bar service
Reviews The Toren
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perfection!
Reviewed December 2011 by PolinaBezrukova
the location is great, so quite area! The bed was so comfortable! and the best bath's line!) it smells so nice! everything was so good! thank you!
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perfection!
Reviewed December 2011 by SergeyTitov
I had a lot of stays in Amsterdam, but so far The Toren offered the best services. The location is perfect: really nice quiet district of Amsterdam with the walking distance to all main attractions. The rooms are just wonderful with outstanding breakfasts. Hotel's staff was more than welcoming and lovely.
92 out of 100 based on 2136 reviews
Anne Frank Museum

Anne Frank Museum

This house at 263 Prinsengracht has been a museum since 1960. A "Secret Annex" in the house served as the hiding place of the young diarist Anne Frank and her family during World War II. The Franks were secular Jews trying to escape Nazi policies that ultimately culminated in the Holocaust. The museum commemorates not only the history of Anne and her companions, it honours all victims of Nazism and of those who resisted Nazism. In addition to housing a collection of artefacts immediately connected to the inhabitants of the Secret Annex, the museum supports educational programs on such topics as anti-Semitism, discrimination, and human rights. The museum is located in central Amsterdam, about a 20-minute walk from Central Station. Visitors should plan approximately 1 hour for a self-guided tour. The official museum Web site provides current information on admission fees and public hours.

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