Around the hotel | Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam

As of 1 December 2020 face masks in public areas are mandatory. A maximum of one household or two people in public areas are allowed - the following measures will apply until further notice.

City attractions
As of Tuesday 15 December 2020, city attractions have closed their doors as a preventative measure. For the months of April and May pilot trials have been approved by the Dutch Government for several zoos, theme parks and museums. We recommend to reserve tickets in advance as the number of tickets is limited. To ensure the safety of guests, there are various safety measures taken during your visit to an attraction. For example mandatory face masks in all public areas, negative test result upon entry, 1.5 meters physical distance and one-way traffic in the building. Visit their websites for more information about safety measures.

Keukenhof – 16-18 April 2021
Artis zoo – 16-18 April 2021
Concert Gebouw– 16 – 18 April 2021
Scheepvaartsmuseum – 21-23 April 2021*
Madame Tussauds – 17 April 2021
Melkweg Concerts - 21, 28, 29 and 30 April
Amsterdam Arena Football - 22 and 25 April, 2 and 13 May
*Museum card holders only

Restaurants & Shopping
Restaurants and bars in the Netherlands have closed their doors as a preventative measure until further notice. This includes restaurants, bars and room service in hotels for hotel guests. However, our hotels offer dedicated food collection points for delivery options. All non-essential shops in the city are closed. It is prohibited for stores to sell alcohol after 8pm.

Travel situation
For the latest information about flights to Amsterdam, please check Please note that due to the new regulations in place, they strongly advice to only travel with public transportation when it is essential. With our centrally positioned hotel there is no need to use public transport during your stay. All city highlights are within walking and biking distance. For more detailed travel information and COVID-19 measures in the Netherlands click here.

Discover over 800 years of Amsterdam history enriched with charming sights. Right by Amsterdam Central Station, the hotel is located close to all the main highlights of the city. Dam Square, Madame Tussauds Amsterdam, Nieuwe Kerk, Anne Frank House and the Royal Palace are close by the hotel. Take a stroll through the beautiful streets, hire a bike and travel like a true local to admire the 17th century narrow canal houses, or enjoy a lovers canal cruise. Explore the alluring boutiques in the 9 Streets district or marvel at all the magnificent art pieces at the Museum Square. With all transportation options right at the doorstep, it is the perfect location to start your Amsterdam getaway.

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A’dam Lookout

0.5 mi / 0.8 km from the hotel
Get a stunning view of Amsterdam from atop this 135-meter tower. If you're feeling especially adventurous, try Europe's highest swing, 100 meters above the ground.
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Anne Frank House

0.59 mi / 0.95 km from the hotel
Anne Frank and her family hid in this house during the Nazi occupation of 1942. It is preserved as a testament to her life and the stories conveyed in her world-famous diary.
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0.65 mi / 1.04 km from the hotel
Every year, this music venue hosts as many as 300 concerts that reflect the diversity of Dutch culture.
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De 9 Straatjes

0.69 mi / 1.11 km from the hotel
Bursting with shops, cafes, and galleries, this neighborhood in the Canal District is the perfect spot for a day out.
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1.16 mi / 1.87 km from the hotel
A bustling town square noted for its vibrant nightlife, Leidseplein is home to street performers, nightclubs, restaurants, theaters, and boutique shops.
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1.3 mi / 2.09 km from the hotel
The most visited museum in the Netherlands, the Rijksmuseum displays 8,000 objects of both artistic and historical significance.
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Van Gogh Museum

1.53 mi / 2.46 km from the hotel
Learn about the life and work of Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. Dedicated to this world-renowned artist, the museum showcases stories and personal letters in addition to his famous paintings. Housing the world’s largest collection of van Goh artwork, visiting the museum is a perfect way for art-lovers to spend a few hours.