Hotel De Hallen
Hotel De Hallen, located in a former tram depot in the heart of Amsterdam’s Oud-West neighbourhood, has been lovingly restored.
Industrial hotel in Amsterdam West
Along with architect Andre van Stigt, hotelier and owner Arjen van den Hof deliberately retained industrial elements of the former tram depot in the 55-room hotel. This is evident in its beautiful lobby, meeting room, bar, terrace and the adjoining restaurant Remise47. Serving French/international cuisine, guests and locals alike can enjoy classic and modern signature dishes, washed down with excellent wines and imaginative cocktails.
The glass boardroom in De Hallen is a perfect setting for a successful business meeting, accommodating a maximum of 30 people and equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment and high-speed internet access.
The hotel is part of the 2,700-square-metre De Hallen complex, which also features a library, cinema, boutiques and an indoor food market – all on the hotel's doorstep. And Amsterdam’s canal ring, a UNESCO World Heritage sight, the museum quarters and the boutique-laden Jordaan district are just a saunter away.