Location &
Facilities in Amsterdam





Breakfast at Café Woodz



  • Super-fast free WIFI
  • Smoke free property
  • Great location
  • 24/7 Reception
  • Good Accessibility


  • Ticket service
  • Bike rental
  • Wake up service
  • Lazy check out possible
  • Luggage storage

In your room

  • Comfortable bed & linen
  • Flat screen TV
  • Coffee & tea
  • Shower toiletries
  • (Laptop) safe

Breakfast at Café Woodz

Experience the ultimate breakfast bliss in Amsterdam! We've partnered with Café Woodz to offer you a scrumptious and hearty breakfast buffet. Savor their array of freshly cooked breakfats options, rich coffee, and fresh juices. Fuel up for a day of exploring the enchanting streets and cultural treasures this vibrant city has to offer. Tempting right? How can I book?

Booking your mouthwatering breakfast buffet at Café Woodz is a breeze! Simply contact our reception to secure your spot. You can also add it to your reservation when booking your stay. If you prefer to decide during your visit, just inform our friendly staff. The cost is €20.95 per person, per day payable directly to Café Woodz. Get ready to treat your taste buds to a delightful morning feast!

Hotel Iron Horse Amsterdam

Being located in such close proximity to all popular attractions is one of the most beloved feature Hotel Iron Horse has to offer. Whether walking or cycling, our location helps you get up-close-and-personal with Amsterdam’s best. The popular Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum are right around the corner. Entertainment-lovers can knock themselves out at Leidse square, foodies can go wild in the Foodhallen and the high-end shops on P.C. Hooftstraat are the perfect places to get your swanky new threads.

What to do
in Amsterdam

Discover the captivating sights of Amsterdam, from charming canals to renowned museums. Read on to find out more about this enchanting city.
restaurants in amsterdam

Restaurants &

Fancy dinner out? Ask our reception staff for the best recommendations in the city! 

Bike hire in Amsterdam

Rent a Bike

Do as the locals do and hop on your bike! A great way to explore the city and discover different parts of Amsterdam! Cycle to one of the many city parks, take a ride along the Amstel or enjoy a trip on the pound to Amsterdam Noord with your bike!

Did you know you can rent your bike directly with us?! Ask us at reception for more information.
Walking in Amsterdam

Private Walking Tour

Group tours often lack the personal touch, but Amsterdam offers great opportunities for individual, tailor-made city tours. Learn about the city from the perspective of the locals and hear stories you've never heard before! It's also a great way to support the local guides!

Need help booking a tour? We are happy to help you to find out and arrange everything.
Museums in Amsterdam


Museums are open again, taking into consideration all the necessary safety measures. Museum square offers a variety of options, from classical art at the Rembrandt or Van Gogh museums to modern and contemporary art at the Stedelijk and Moco museums. And many more are looking forward to welcoming back the visitors. Book your tickets in advance!

shopping in amsterdam


Amsterdam offers great shopping opportunities to everyone’s liking, starting with the shopping streets Kalverstraat and Nieuwendijk, that winds through the whole centre of Amsterdam, boutique stores in the Nine streets district and on the Haarlemmerstraat.

De Hollandsche Manege &
Levend Paardenmuseum

Do you really love horses or have you never seen one before? Curious about how a riding school can exist in the middle of the city or are you interested in the history of a classic riding school?

Visit the Living Horsemuseum and the Hollandsche Manege. A beautiful riding school is hidden at the Vondelstraat 140. The Hollandsche Manege is the oldest riding school in the Netherlands and celebrated their 135th anniversary in 2017.

It is also possible to experience for yourself what it is like in the saddle. Combine riding with a delicious high tea or lunch.

More information can be found at www.dehollandschemanege.nl or www.levendpaardenmuseum.nl.