Who says you can only discover a city when you’re a tourist? Sometimes a staycation is all you need to see your home with fresh eyes. With The Dylan’s unbeatable location on the charming Keizersgracht, you will be close to all the sights, shops and attractions that make Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
Culture & Museums
The Dylan is walking distance from a variety of museums that document both Dutch and world history. The Anne Frank House, where diarist Anne Frank was hiding during World War II, is located close by on the Prinsengracht. Huis Marseille, the first photography museum of the Netherlands, is practically next door and the Museum Het Grachtenhuis, dedicated to the history of Amsterdam’s famous canals, is also just around the corner.
Food & Drink
There’s no denying it: Dutch cheese is simply the best. And the best selection of cheeses, meats and wines is available at De Kaaskamer, which is located a few metres from The Dylan. Enjoy other nearby delicacies, like pralines from Chocolaterie Pompadour or have a drink at the quintessentially Dutch Café de Doffer. Whatever you’re in the mood to snack or sip on, Amsterdam’s best restaurants and cafes are just a short, picturesque stroll away.
Shopping & Lifestyle
Locals know to go to “De 9 Straatjes” when they’re in the mood to shop. Whatever your heart desires, you will find it one of the nine delightful streets densely packed with boutiques, restaurants, cafes, galleries and flagships of international brands. You can, for instance, discover luxury vintage fashion at L’etoile de Saint Honoré Vintage or pick up a new pair of frames from Dutch eyewear brand Ace & Tate. In the need of a shave and some art? Visit Artshop de Salon for both. With its seat on the Keizersgracht, The Dylan is conveniently situated right in the heart of the 9 Streets.