Amsterdam is world famous for its historic buildings and its canals. Most buildings in Amsterdam are on the monument list with some dating back to the 16th century.
Since august 2010 the down-town area of Amsterdam has been placed on the Unesco World Heritage list.
Hotel Nes dates back to 1984 but the building itself dates back to the 17th century. The building used to be a mansion, belonging to a wealthy Amsterdam family. Since 1931 the building was used as a pension. During the 2nd World War the pension was located in the Jewish Quarter. On December 16th, 1957 the first hotel opened its doors; Hotel Bego. April 1st, 1969 Hotel Warner took over.
The building was bought and totally renovated in 1984 by its present owner, it is now a very popular 3 star hotel catering to the needs of tourists and business travellers.
Kloveniersburgwal 137-139, Amsterdam, North Holland, 1011 KE, Netherlands