a typical stay in the heart of amsterdam
A beautiful spot in the hart of Amsterdam
We work on Tone with great pleasure, enthusiasm and passion. As a family business, we have managed to create a unique place in the heart of Amsterdam that exudes warmth, fun and hospitality. Hotel Toon has been welcoming guests since January 2014. There are 4 beautiful rooms with a side view of the canal.
Rooms & Suites
All our rooms are non-smoking and have a private bathroom with a shower, toilet, hairdryer, towels and toiletries. Like many authentic buildings in Amsterdam we have steep stairs, there is no elevator.
The room is equipped for up to four adults and overlooks the canal through three beautiful large windows. There is a filled Smeg fridge, a sitting area and a nice bathroom with shower, toilet and bath.
View, cable TV, flat-screen TV, desk, sitting area, heating, wardrobe, shower, hairdryer, complementary toiletries, bathroom, coffee and tea making facilities.
High speed WiFi is available in all rooms for multiple devices at the same time.
Room size: 35 m².
Free High Speed WiFi
Free high speed WiFi in all rooms and the restaurant
Flat-screen Cable TV
Flat-screen cable TV with HDMI and USB input
Free Baggage Storage
Free baggage storage outside check in/out times (8:00 to 18:00)
Safety lockers, suitable for laptops
Personal hotel card
Personal hotel card with 24 hour access
Coffee and tea making facilities in the room
A clean, fresh room every day
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Locations & nearby attractions
The restaurants in Amsterdam serve delicious food. From Indonesian, tapas and Japanese to the better Dutch pot, there’s a restaurant in Amsterdam that serves your favourite food. Whether you’re looking for a chic restaurant or a cozy eatery, there’s plenty of choice in Amsterdam to satisfy your appetite.
Amsterdam, the Dutch capital, is known for its artistic heritage, its extensive network of canals and its narrow facades, a legacy from the Golden Age. In the Museum Quarter you will find the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum with works by Rembrandt and Vermeer, and the Stedelijk Museum with modern art. Cycling is inextricably linked to the character of the city and there are many cycle paths.
In Amsterdam you can see and do a lot for free. A win-win situation: you can enjoy Amsterdam to the fullest without having to pay anything for it! Check out our tips for free activities, ideal for day trippers, but also for Amsterdammers to get to know your own city better.
Beguinage Amsterdam, Museums, Walking and cycling routes, Amsterdam East Artis, Neighbourhood markets, Gardens & parks, Bimhuis Muziekgebouw Amsterdam, Amsterdam Public Library (OBA), Churches, Roof terrace NEMO Science Museum.
Bars & Cafés
Whether you want to enjoy the atmosphere of a traditional Dutch brown café, lounging in a luxurious grand café in the city, a summer cocktail on one of the city’s many terraces or the vibrant bar scene, Amsterdam is the perfect place to enjoy a drink.
With its rich heritage in brewing and distillation, you could say that Amsterdam loves a drink. It’s impossible to walk more than 50m into the city without meeting a bar or café, and indeed watching the world at ease from a terrace bar by the canal is one of the most pleasant ways to spend an afternoon in Amsterdam.
Shows & Entertainment
Amsterdam’s nightlife is largely made up of top-quality live entertainment. What to expect? Great dinner shows, musicals, stand-up comedy and many more. There’s also plenty to do for live music in Amsterdam.
In Amsterdam you’ll find Boom Chicago, the Toomler Comedy Club of Comedytrain and the Comedy Café for stand-up comedy. Each and every one of them is well worth a visit. At the Paleis van de Weemoed you can also enjoy one of the extravagant burlesque dinners. A unique experience.
Biking & Hiking
Even if you only walk around for a few hours, cycling is an essential Amsterdam experience. Renting a bike or making a guided bike tour is a great way to discover the city and can be quite an adventure. If you explore the city on a bike, you’ll see more in one day, while mixing with the locals at the same time.
In less than 30 minutes from Amsterdam you will find excellent shopping cities such as Haarlem, the majestic windmills on the Zaanse Schans, the famous tulip fields in and around the Keukenhof and historic cities such as Edam and Volendam. The area around Amsterdam is easy to explore by public transport. If you plan to visit the Amsterdam region during your trip to Amsterdam, it makes sense to use the Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket – a special public transport card that is valid for bus, tram, metro and train in Amsterdam and the entire region.