Welcome to Amsterdam...
The perfect location
Bed and Breakfast Helmers is a family friendly B&B in one of the most popular areas of Amsterdam “Oud West.” The B&B is in walking distance of the most interesting sights in Amsterdam, such as the Museum District, the Canals, Leidse Square & the Vondelpark. As your hosts we look forward to provide you with a unique experience where comfort & luxury is complemented with personal attention & service.
- Double Occupancy: from 90,- euro per night*
- Single Occupancy: from 75,- euro per night*
If you are travelling with children (12 years & under), please contact us for our special family rates.
*PLEASE CONTACT US DIRECTLY FOR OUR SEASONAL OFFERS*
* Minimum stay requirement of two days.
The bed and breakfast
Our philosophy is to provide our guests with the same high level of comfort & service we expect during our own travels. You will see this reflected in the decoration of the rooms, the quality of the breakfast & the personal service we provide. Our recently renovated bed & breakfast offers charming rooms, a shared luxury bathroom with separate shower and bath, separate WC and use of a fully equipped kitchen. The B&B has a separate entrance and we have no curfew.
As your hosts we look forward to giving you our ‘insider tips’ on sights, activities and restaurants so you can experience the city as a local. Check out our services on how we can help you make the most of your stay.
We are pleased to offer you:
- A delicious & healthy breakfast brought to your room or on a sunny day can be enjoyed on our roof terrace
- City Pass including public transport pass and ‘no cue’ access to 2 or 5 museums for respectively 31,- euro and 45,- euro
- Advance dinner reservations to your restaurant of choice
Please do not hesitate to ask us for more information on above services.
Things to do:
Come tip-toe through the tulips, admire the amaryllis and cruise past the crocuses at the Keukenhof Gardens in Lisse, the world’s largest flower gardens. From 20 March to 18 May 2014, the Keukenhof Gardens will burst into a kaleidoscope of colours as the gently rolling grounds are carpeted with blooming flowers.
With themed pavilions, floral mosaics, a treasure hunt for kids and much more, there’s plenty on offer for visitors of all ages. And be sure to check the events schedule for the Traditional Costume Show, the fabulous annual Flower Parade and plenty of special events during the Easter weekend.
Previously known as Queen's Day, King's Day is renowned for being one of the biggest and most colourful festivities in the Netherlands, and especially so in Amsterdam.
The official date for King's Day (Koningsdag) is 27 April (the king's birthday) but as the event is traditionally not celebrated on a Sunday, the first King's Day will be on Saturday, 26 April 2014.
Festivities invite locals and visitors alike to soak up Amsterdam's open-air fun. In the streets, canals, parks and everywhere in between, the city is bursting with orange as Amsterdammers enjoy the biggest street party of the year. Amidst orange-pride, live music, DJs, parties and a citywide street market, you'll find an electric atmosphere not to be missed.