Where to go & what to do in Amsterdam
Inside tips from KF exhibitors
Merel Verbrugge, Kidscase
My favourite restaurant at this moment is Wilde Zwijnen. Basic cooking with the best ingredients.3-courses €30,00.
Javaplein 23 hs, 1095 CJ Amsterdam
De winkel van GUUS. A life style shop with great gifts, all produced socially responsible.
Rozengracht 104, 1016 NG Amsterdam
From June 30 – July 15 we participate in ‘SALON’ together with our regular photographer Annemarieke van Drimmelen. SALON is a cross-over experience in art, design and fashion and organises a route through the city during those weeks. www.salon1.org
- posted 13-06-12
This new and unique Dutch hotel chain offers you stunning, hip, contemporary places to stay in Amsterdam. If we had to define them we’d probably call them eco design hotels. Conscious Hotels strive to be as green, sustainable and eco-friendly as possible. But they’re more hip than hippy. And by hip we don’t mean their staff are too cool to answer the phone. You might not even notice some of their ‘green’ decisions because they just quietly get on with being kind to the planet in the background.
Hip, friendly, green & fun
1013 JJ Amsterdan
+31 (0)20 6253432
In a friendly atmosphere and with a competent and patient crew, it is a pleasure shopping here for clothing, shoes, toys, strollers etc.
1078 GG Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 6754504
Koter & Co specialises in beautiful pieces for children. Offering a strong selection of apparel, there’s also a wide range of interiors, accessories and toys to choose from. Especially good for children’s bedlinen.
KNSM Laan 297
1019 LE Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 4195958
This 300sqm inspirational store is a market leader for children’s clothing, toys, accessories, furniture and bedding. Keet is always ahead of the curve.
1013 EJ Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 6268597
This colourful shop stocked full of curious finds is located on one of the nicest shopping streets of Amsterdam. Old tableware sits alongside Portuguese enamel, French curios and Spanish folkloric pieces. Good for children’s accessories.
Bosboom Toussaintstraat 27
1054 AM Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 4274407
This children’s bookshop has an adjoining cinema and is located close to Overtoom. Great for children’s books and accessories, but there’s also space for children’s parties, films, workshops and other cool activities for kids.
NL = New Luxury is Alexander van Slobbe and Francisco Van Benthum’s unique, luxury store on Jacob Obrechtstraat. The store is split between the two designers, with the first floor housing van Slobbe’s sober and beautifully detailed womenswear line Orson + Bodil and Francisco van Benthum’s traditional menswear on the ground level.
1012 XA Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 6226248
This bookshop on the lively Spui boasts a large stock covering both the literary and the academic, thanks to strong links with the university and city college. About 40% of the stock is self-imported. Head next door to the Athenaeum Newscentre for the enormous selection of foreign and local newspapers and magazines, as well as travel guides and books on design, jazz and pop music.
1016 HV Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 6229375
This shop doubles as a gallery selling contemporary furniture and home accessories. Working closely with international design graduates, the owners ensure the stock is dynamic and ever-changing.
1017 NX Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 4211324
Popular store by designer Jos Raak, specialising in feminine cut and design. The line offers everything from the perfect little cocktail dress to denim, daywear and accessories.
1013 KA Aamsterdam
+31 (0)20 3376473
This creative studio for young designers also has a store on Haarlemmerdijk. Artists and designers sell remarkable fashion, interior design, accessories and art here.
1078 GR Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 6751583
Whispered to be the best fish restaurant in Amsterdam, Visaandeschelde lies directly opposite the Amsterdam RAI. The wonderful fish-heavy menu includes sashimi, lobster, bouillabaisse and seafood platters and generally changes every ten weeks.
1071 HK Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 4702530
Perfect for people-watching, this casual, yet highbrow hang-out likes to mix a little New York attitude in with its famous French bistro cuisine. Good for steaks, French fries and a salade verte.
1091 GL Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 4637788
The Trouw night club “so hip it hurts” is run out of a former newspaper press building. Its restaurant is open Tuesday to Saturday from 6:30-11pm and on club nights til 2am. It serves a range of international street food, from tortillas to satay all courtesy of chef Jaymz Pool.
1083 AD Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 5411123
Good location in the centre of the south part of Amsterdam. The hotel is near the Rai, so you can reach the Rai by foot.
Prinses Irenestraat 30
1077 WX Amsterdam
reservations: +31 (0)20 8117000
contact: +31 (0)20 8117090
Citizen M hotel Amsterdam City offers all mobile citizens and especially fashion citizens of the world affordable luxury in the heart of Netherlands’s capital city. With just a 10-minute walk to the RAI Convention Center and only 15 minutes to the shopping streets, historic canals and squares of Amsterdam city centre this is the place to stay for your visit at kleine fabriek. Not to mention the Free WiFi and on demand in room movies.
1054 GE Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 5150455
Nestled among Amsterdam’s lively centre, you will find Hotel Vondel, a boutique hotel offering outstanding accommodations at an excellent location. Distinguished by its extraordinary interiors, the hotel has a very stylish and unique ambiance. The 86 guestrooms have been specifically designed to provide the utmost comfort for everyone’s taste. You may choose from various different room types, ensuring everyone will find just what they’re looking for. Start your day with the restaurants extensive breakfast buffet, or just stay in and enjoy it in your room. The trendy bar extends into a charming garden for guests to relax during the summer months. The hotels exclusive and intimate size doesn’t prevent it from possessing an array of facilities oriented towards both business and leisure travelers. The hotel is located a stone’s throw away from the Leidseplein, Vondelpark, Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum right in the museum quarter & fashion district.
1017 XV Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 6623233
Hotel V Frederiksplein is situated in four 19th century monumental buildings. The hotel is beautifully located in the centre, close to the Utrechtsestraat and ‘the Pijp’. No shortage in restaurants and nice shops in this neighbourhood! The hotel is open since 2008. The lounge has a fire place and computers which can be used by guests free of charge. The hotel also has a sheltered garden. The rooms feature a bathroom with a wall made out of pebbles, toilet and a powerful rainshower. A flatscreen tv, telephone, free wifi and a safe are also provided. The entire hotel is a non-smoking area.The RAI can easily be reached in 10 minutes by tram 4.
1071 AK Aamsterdam
+31 (0)20 6627205
Hotel Piet Hein is located in one of Amsterdam’s most prestigious areas, the Museum Quarter. Here you will find the famous Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Concert Hall. In front of the hotel is the Vondelpark. The PC Hooftstraat, Amsterdam’s most exclusive shopping street, is at a stone’s throw. The Museum Quarter is linked to the city centre by the Nieuwe Spiegelstraat, which has the biggest concentration of antique shops in Amsterdam. Also Leidseplein is at a 5 minutes walk. The RAI can be reached by taxi and tram 12 (about 12 min. travelling time).
special rates during kleine fabriek
Single : 80 euro
Single business : 90 euro
Twin/double superior : 120 euro
Twin/dbl single use : 108 euro
Prices are inclusive breakfast and city tax.
Van Woustraat 127-129
1074 AH Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 6790460
Located in the De Pijp neighbourhood of Amsterdam this quality Italian run by two brothers has been a hit since it opened. With an “eat whenever you like” mantra, the kitchen is open from 10am til midnight, offering Italian, Spanish and French countryside dishes all day long.
1072 GH Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 3446406
A landmark venue in the seventies thanks to its Persian decor, Dutch menu and billiards tables, the Witteveen has now undergone a makeover. Designed by Concrete, the new-look restaurant is child friendly and relaxed.
Hotel The Exchange is an independent design hotel in central Amsterdam that playfully weaves together fashion and architecture in unique rooms ranging from 1 – 5 stars. The interior was created in collaboration with students from the Amsterdam Fashion Institute under the theme of Rooms Dressed as Models. Bicycle rental is also available on request. The famous Jordaan district is less than a 10-minute walk away. The hotel’s café, Stock, serves an indulgent all-day breakfast and hearty, locally made snacks. The Exchange offers free Wi-Fi throughout, 24-hour reception, a ticket service and a tour desk.
Special rates during kleine fabriek.
For you as visitor of kleine fabriek we offer 12% discount on rooms. You can book directly via the website using the promo code: MODE