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15 x great raincoats to get home dry

10 October 2017

this is where you find the best raincoats in amsterdam

Autumn is here. And when I say it’s here: I really mean IT’S HERE.  It’s raining cats and dogs and if you think that you can wear your beautiful fabric camel coat, you will realize 5 minutes later that it wasn’t the best idea. Bummer … Having a raincoat is (unfortunately) a must in our little country, especially if you ride your bike every day. That’s why we put together our favorite stores for raincoats in Amsterdam, but also raincoats to order at home behind the laptop. That way we keep it nice ;-)

Rain Couture: At Rain Couture, you’ll score the most beautiful raincoats of brands like PIOGG and RainFest. A more classic collection and a cool urban collection with cool raincoats. RainFest’s jackets are perfect for the festival season, keep rocking your raincoat with pantry print ;-) You can find Rain Couture in the Huidenstraat in the Nine Streets.

De Bijenkorf: The Bijenkorf is also a perfect place to go for raincoats. At the department store you will find raincoats of the popular Stutterheim, RAINS, Ilse Jacobsen and if you like printouts; Becksöndergaard.

We Are Labels: Also at our favorite store for shopping We Are Labels, you can get raincoats from RAINS, MbyM and K-Way.

looking forward to stay at home anyways? shop the raincoats right from your comfy couch.

Amsterdam Bucketlist
Canal Cruise by day or in the evening
A bike tour through Amsterdam OR Rent a bike by yourself
The best view over Amsterdam from the A’DAM Lookout
Visit Artis Royal Zoo
Rijksmuseum with the Dutch masters
Van Gogh Museum, a staple in Amsterdam
Stedelijk Museum for modern art lovers
MOCO Museum for street art
Photography museum FOAM
Amsterdam Light Festival (during winter months)
Cruise like a local with your own boat (great with good weather!)
Discover the Instagrammable experience WONDR
Red Light District tour
Get out of town and into the Dutch country side of Giethoorn

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Our favourite hotels:
Generator Hostel: the best poshtel of the city located in a park.
The Student Hotel: budget proof in trendy East.
Het Volkshotel: affordable and with a cool rooftop bar.
CitizenM: all you need is that XL bed (location near Amstel is great).
Motel One: budget design hotel with locations at
Hotel V: with two locations and a great restaurant, in the city center and East.
Sir Adam: with the coolest view over Amsterdam.
Sweets: a unique stay in former bridge houses.
Park Plaza Vondelpark: located next to Vondelpark and beautifully renovated.
Hotel Dwars: small scale around the corner of the trendy Utrechtsestraat.
Pillows Anna van den Vondel: great hotel close to Vondelpark.
Hotel Mercier: new hotel in the cosy and historic Jordaan district.
INK Hotel: lifestyle hotel in the heart of the city.
The Hoxton: favourite lifestyle hotel right on the canals.
Morgan & Mees: boutique hotel in Amsterdam West.
Conscious Hotel Westerpark: in a beautiful building at the industrial Westergas area.
QO Amsterdam: eco design hotel with a great skybar.
Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam: if you have something to celebrate this is the one.
Pulitzer Amsterdam: on the canals at the border of the Nine Streets and the Jordaan.
L’Europe: this hotel has the best spa with a view in Amsterdam.
Conservatorium Hotel: located in one of the most beautiful buildings in town.
W Amsterdam: with great restaurants and a rooftop bar with swimming pool.

More hotspots in Amsterdam

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I really hope you enjoy your time in Amsterdam! On my Instagram account @yourlbb you can find more recommendations and new hotspots in town.

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