Inntel Hotel Amsterdam Zaandam

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Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Zaandam welcomes us and leaves us speechless thanks to its incredible and impressive facade.

Zaan Hotel

The structure is a lively stacking of various traditional houses to be found in the Zaan region. The interiors of the modern hotel rooms also reflect the rich history of the Zaan area: the traditional products, the pioneers of the local craft industries and the families which made the area world famous. In short, it provides the best of tradition combined with modern-day comfort.

Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Zaandam offers besides nostalgic rooms, a Wellness Club with swimming pool, Bar & Restaurant Puur Saen and free WiFi.

The hotel is not only the ideal place to stay when discovering the Zaanstreek, but as well for a trip to Amsterdam. The train journey will take 12 minutes to Amsterdam Central Station, and you can travel to Schiphol airport in only 18 minutes.

Inntel Hotels has respect for people and the environment, and contributes to a healthy planet and beautiful society. With the Surprisingly Sustainable program, the hotel group is working towards a sustainable future.

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