Met Amsterdam is located in the urbanizing western part of Amsterdam, with its rich cultural life and a highly diverse population. The historic City Centre is nearby. It can easily be reached via public transport or even by bycicle; maybe the best way to cruise and discover Amsterdam.
BIKE RENTAL AT MET AMSTERDAM
Explore the city like a true local. Rent your own bike at Met’s Service Desk and explore the city like a true citizen. From the famous Leidseplein to one of the biggest tourist hot spots of Amsterdam: the Dam Square!
Met Amsterdam is located in a lively neighbourhood that has been greatly transformed and urbanized in recent years. In the vicinity of the Hotel you will find a lot of small shops, a variety of marketplaces and a lot of locals who know their city inside out.
Right next to the newly built Spoorpark runs through the neighborhood, like a green vein connecting different neighborhoods. The park is to be openened summer 2021.
Traveling is top sport. Make sure you stay in shape and during your stay in Amsterdam. Just a step away is the Palestra Gym, where you can workout among the locals. Get your voucher at our servicedesk.
If you like urban nature, then this part of Amsterdam will make you happy. The Rembrandtpark named after the famous painter Rembrandt van Rijn, is only a 5-minute walk from the hotel. Perfect for a cool walk or a run!
In the other direction you will find the Sloterplas, Amsterdam’s Largest lake and for many years the recreational heart of this part of Amsterdam. Situated around the Sloterplas is the The Sloterpark. You can walk for hours in and about the Sloterpark, You can completely walk around the lake, which is popularly named a ‘Rondje Sloterplas’ by locals. On a sunny day, this is the place where locals go in the evening to stroll and recover from a busy working day. In the summer it is even possible to go for a swim. It is also one of the few places where it is still allowed to set up your own barbecue. A fantastic place to soak up some local atmosphere, or to take a selfie on the world-famous “I Amsterdam” letters located on the southwest bank of the lake.