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Hotels in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, the flamboyantly diverse and culturally endowed capital city of The Netherlands, is the modernised urban utopia of Europe. The city has an intriguingly addictive mix: whilst the heart of the community is laced with traditional 17th century Dutch architecture and stunningly scenic gems, in contrast, the traditional fragments of the city are tangled with atmospheric retro music jams, live modern art exhibitions and quirky museums.

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• offers great Amsterdam hotel deals on luxury accommodation inside the city. The heart of Amsterdam is renowned for its quirky mixture; the unique atmosphere is characterised by the city’s feel for Dutch tradition with a retro twist.

•Explore the historically steeped streets and Albert Cuypmarket on bicycle by light and flock to a retro music concert or exhibition at night in the lively Red Light District.

•Amsterdam’s emerging modernity is accompanied by a frolicking youthful buzz and urban vibe that eternally energises the snaking streets and Vondelparks. Bicycle hire, walking, boat and canal tours have become popular recreational activities used to explore the vibrantly green terrain of the city. offer unbeatable Amsterdam hotel deals in the lively and more serene areas of the city.

•The city has a strong artistic allure patterned by an assortment of diverse galleries and museums: Rijksmuseum, Anna Frank’s House and the Van Gogh Museum to name but a few. offer great Amsterdam hotel deals on varied accommodation in close proximity to all the city’s cultural treasure troves.


April through to September Amsterdam’s weather is very pleasantly mild at an average of 22C. Whilst the winter and autumn months can be cooler there’s never a bad time to visit as the city’s charm eternally speaks for itself.

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Fast Facts:

•Euro Currency
•Locals speak Dutch
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