HOTELS IN AMSTERDAM LATEROOMS | LIST OF LUXURY HOTELS

This lively hotel is right in the middle of the Red Light District. The rooms (and apartments) are decorated with playful touches like graffiti, vibrant wallpaper and neon lights. The hotel’s bar regularly hosts DJ and live music nights.
Pros: The location is great, opposite Centraal Railway station and you avoid the added cost and hassle of catching a cab to your hotel. Most tourist spots are within walking distance. Staff was great, they let us check in early and check out late which helped us a great deal.
This modern 4-star hotel is found in Amsterdam’s Zuidas district, a short drive from the World Trade Centre. Nearby tram and metro stations mean you’re within easy reach of the city centre. Hotel highlights include three restaurants, a bar, gym and sauna; and there’s free wifi to keep you connected.
Amsterdam een super mooie stad waar de shoppingstraatjes en pleintjes volledig aan uw verwachtingen voldoen. Super gemakkelijk om de metro en tram te nemen. Ga zeker eens langs bij het new york steakhouse op het Leidse plein!
Pros: The Hotel Amrath is a jewel among luxury hotels–beautiful architecture inside and out; clean, spacious comfortable rooms; great accommodating staff; and centrally located so one can walk everywhere. Don’t miss the gorgeous pool and spa.
Amsterdam’s 17th century canals run through the heart of the city and have been awarded World Heritage status. Lined by iconic, narrow buildings and home to many sleepy houseboats, a stroll along the maze of canals is a pleasant attraction in itself. When you need to relax, there’s always a café nearby. A combination of pub and cafe, ‘brown cafes’, as they are called, have an intimate, cosy atmosphere and serve a range of traditional drinks and snacks.
مدينه جميله وساحره من افضل المدن السياحيه في العالم مطاعم جميله افضل انواع الجبن والبطاطس التجول سهل يوجد طرق عديده للمواصلات افضل المشي او الدراجه يوجد عده انشطه يمكنك عملها عن طريق مكاتب التذاكر لايمكنك حصرها
مدينة جدا جميلة تنصح باختيار الوقت المناسب مع الجو المناسب حتى تستمع بالرحلة لا انصح بالرحلة مع اطفال صغار تحت ٨ سنوات اتمنى ان يمنع شرب المخدرات لانها كانت الشي الوحيد المزعج في عدم الاستمتاع بالمشي في الهواء الطلق و المناظر الخلابة انصح بزيارة جميع القرى المجاورة مدينة آمنة جدا و الناس جدا محترمة
Pros: The building is an antique that seems to recently been rejuvenated. It’s important to keep this in mind when coming here, because the place is not a modern hotel, and so some modern things may be missing. For example, the elevators could be quite awkward and I cannot imagine how the floors are handicap accessible. That said, the bathrooms were brand new and quite nice. And finally, they throw in a full, FREE mini-bar.
Pros: The location was very convenient and accessible and the staff was very accommodating. Our room was not ready when we arrived nor was it ready when they told us to return. The management responded with an upgrade at a reasonable rate and free drinks at the bar. The rest of the staff was also great. We enjoyed a bottle of wine in our room & the bartender opened our bottle without corkage fees, gave us crystal glasses to drink out of & even gave us some snacks to enjoy, all on the house! Overall a very great experience; we would consider staying there again!
Trance music is very popular in the Netherlands and home to some of the scene’s leading talent, including DJs such as Armin van Buuren and Tiesto. Every October, Amsterdam hosts the Amsterdam Dance Event which is one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world.
This luxurious 5-star hotel is situated in a completely renovated 17th century building located between Dam and Rembrandt Square. Its facilities include free wifi, a 24-hour front desk, and an on-site restaurant. The recently refurbished rooms are stylishly decorated and feature free wifi, satellite TVs, minibars, coffee/tea makers and bathroom amenities.
Cons: Our room was on the first floor, so keeping the windows open at night for a breeze did not work out as the street noise was too loud. Our last night we noticed a small visitor in our room, a mouse, who was persistent and did not want to leave. It was our last night so we just said our goodnight to our guest and slept, it’s an old building so I don’t think it is an “infestation” but rather something that comes with staying in an old, large building.
“The staff were welcoming, going out of their way to make you feel at home. The place had all the facilities we needed, it was super comfortable in the rooms and very clean. I will return here in future”
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De Jordaan is van oorsprong een arbeiderswijk, maar heeft nu een hippe, artistieke sfeer, met smalle straatjes en verborgen hofjes. Er wonen veel kunstenaars, en u vindt er originele design- en modewinkels en galerieën. Op maandagen is er ‘s ochtends de drukbezochte lapjesmarkt op de Noordermarkt en de Westerstraat. Bekijk hotels.
Een dagje kunst kijken? Ga dan naar het Museumplein, waar op verschillende locaties, waaronder het Rijksmuseum, de meesterwerken van Hollandse schilders als Rembrandt en moderne kunstenaars als Van Gogh en Mondriaan te zien zijn. Vlak bij het Museumplein vindt u de groene oase van het Vondelpark, in alle seizoenen prachtig om te wandelen.

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The medieval Old Centre with the always busy Dam Square and the tempting Red Light District is the most visited part of Amsterdam. Make sure to stop at Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein, homes to the best nightlife venues.
Most of the conferences take place at RAI Amsterdam, a large conference complex south of the centre, easily accessible by metro. You can conveniently stay downtown and use public transport to get there. If you prefer to stay nearby, there are several business hotels near RAI Amsterdam.
The DeLaMar Theater is also host to a range of international theatre, musical, and dance performances. The Dutch National Opera & Ballet has been the main opera house in Amsterdam since 1986 and is home to the Dutch National Opera and Dutch National Ballet. Across from the Museum Square is the Concertgebouw, home to the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and considered to have some of the best acoustics in the world.
With its liberal attitude towards sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll Amsterdam has become a firm favourite with stag parties, hen do’s, and students. It’s not all red lights and coffee shops, however. The capital of the Netherlands is home to hundreds of museums and art galleries, colourful flower markets, sprawling parks and quaint cobbled streets. A wide array of independent shops, flea markets and vintage boutiques makes it a dream destination for fashionistas and hipsters.

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