We are proud of the Instagrammable places in each of our cities. These special and sometimes crazy-looking places are what makes a city worth the visit. Below we displayed some of the most innovative buildings and historical places you could pay a visit while staying in one of our hotels.
Is the creative and cultural centre of Eindhoven and the Industrial terrain where Philips built his first glass factory. The place is really photogenic with its art walls, urban sports and nice restaurants that you can find there.
Is a futuristic and unusual building just at the beginning of the shopping area in the centre of Eindhoven. It’s part of a project including other futuristic buildings that are worth the visit.
Are unique and colourful apartments designed by Piet Blom, because the architect tilted the cube of a normal house to 45 degrees, this makes the houses extraordinary.
Has a beautiful archwise structure. Inside the building, you will find one of the largest artworks in the world. The Markthal houses residentials, office spaces and a marketplace where you can buy various Dutch and international delicacies.
Is continuously changing and is absolutely stunning. From this point of view on the balcony of Inntel Hotels Rotterdam Centre, you can see the famous Erasmus bridge right in the middle.
Is great architectural work by Ector Hoogstad Architecten. The Bollendak roof covers the Stationsplein. The roof is placed just in front of the Central train station and right next to our hotel.
Is the tallest church tower in the Netherlands and can be spotted from anywhere over Utrecht centre. And above all places in Utrecht, the Dom tower is being placed the most on Instagram.
Runs through the old parts of the centre. It is the most well-known canal in Utrecht as well as the most photographed one.
Is a small authentic neighbourhood in Zaandam and is very close to Amsterdam. The Zaanse Schans is known for its historical windmills and wooden houses, as seen below on the picture. It’s worth to pay a visit to this area and discover old Dutch crafts and musea.
Did you know that our hotel is one of the most Instagrammed hotels in the world? So in case you wanted to stay close by, the façade of our hotel in Zaandam is a lively stacking of almost 70 traditional Zaanse houses.
When you arrive at the Central station, the Damrak is the first main street you will come to. The Damrak connects the Amsterdam Central in the north with the Dam Square in the south. When walking or biking towards the south, take a look to your left. The ‘dancing’ canal houses will leave you amazed. “How are they even still standing?’’
In the midst of the old centre of Amsterdam lies her biggest square. Which back in the days was used as a dam on the Amstel River, hence the reason for the city’s name. The Dam was also used to house a big market. In the present, it’s a hub for stores, warehouses and tramlines.