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The St. Elizabeth building (circa 1890) was a Catholic orphanage turned youth hostel until 1999, when it was upgraded into this happy, still-youth-centric hotel.Standard rooms look like the orphans never moved out and are to be avoided.
The restaurant, bar and nightclub are the stars of this former orphanage in a slightly out-of-the-way residential district, so the Arena is ideal for young trendies intent on socialising in situ.
This grand complex in a former 19th-century orphanage consists of a hotel, restaurant, and dance club (complete with frescoed walls that reflect its former function as a clandestine church). Full review →
A converted Roman Catholic orphanage from 1890 houses a friendly, stylish, youth-oriented hotel. Full review →
Holy trinity of hotel, restaurant and club in a former Catholic orphanage near Amsterdam's Oosterpark. Full review →
A modern, four-star, 116-room hotel with a trendy restaurant, cafe and nightclub. Full review →
Formerly an orphanage (1890), now an ultra-trendy hotel.
The 116-room Hotel Arena is an historic landmark, built in 1889 as the Sint Elisabeth orphanage. Full review →
This place has been thoroughly revamped, transforming a popular hostel into a hip three-star hotel complete with split-level rooms and minimalist decor.
It's the ideal hotel for lazy young scenesters who are after a one-stop-shop of food, booze and boogie. Full review →
Built as the St. Elisabeth Orphanage in 1890, the brick building now houses the Hotel Arena, with its trendy restaurant, café, and nightclub. Full review →
On the menu, seasonal French and Italian café dishes, including a deliciously gooey croque monsieur, are executed with ‘pure simplicity. Full review →
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