Amsterdam Hotels, Netherlands
There are over 300 hotels and other accommodation you can find around Amsterdam. Use these accommodation as your work or relaxation refuge and never forget to explore Amsterdam and its historical sites, structures and cultural backgrounds.
NH Carlton Amsterdam
Hotel Schiphol A4 Hotel Amsterdam Airport
Dutch Design Hotel Artemis
Novotel Amsterdam City
Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam Hotel
Hotel Casa 400
Park Plaza Vondelpark Amsterdam Hotel
Park Plaza Amsterdam Airport Hotel
NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
Ibis Amsterdam Centre
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Amsterdam
Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam
NH Amsterdam Centre
Ramada Apollo Amsterdam Centre Hotel
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Amsterdam Hotels & Tourism
Brief Introduction of Amsterdam
Amsterdam is Netherland's capital city and its most populated city. The name Amsterdam derive from Amstelredamme, meaning dam of the river Amstel.
Amsterdam is originally a small fishing village during the 12th century but became an important port in the 17th century's Dutch Golden Age. By then, the city turned into center for finance and precious stone - diamonds. They also built canals and some of which are in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Although considered as one of the small cities in the world, it is one of the greatest among them. It is famous for its historic dams and canals. It is also believed that Amsterdam is one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in Europe.
Most people claim that Amsterdam is a city of tolerance and great diversity. It is rich culturally, has lively activities, great transports, fantastic restaurants, quiet and less traffic congestion.
Attractions & Tourism
Staying at Amsterdam hotels is a great way and gateway for you to explore every corner and enjoy its environment in all its greatness. Below are some of the most popular and must-see places and sites when in the city.
Amsterdam Canals: Herengracht (Gentlemen's canal); Keizersgracht (Emperor's canal), Prinsengracht (Prince's canal)
Amsterdam Museums: the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House, Stedelijk Museum - among the 75 museums in the city
Dam Square - red light district
Leidseplein: Stadsschouwburg (City theatre), cafes, restaurants, casino, music, Sugar Factory, Paradiso, Melkweg, etc.
Hope you have the most fantastic time in this great city!
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