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  • citizenM Schiphol Airport Hotel

    citizenM Schiphol Airport Hotel

    4-star

    Osdorp11.7 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb2,078 Hotels.com guest reviews
    citizenM Schiphol Airport Hotel
  • Hard Rock Hotel Amsterdam American

    Hard Rock Hotel Amsterdam American

    4.5-star

    Vondelbuurt1.3 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.2.Superb37 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hard Rock Hotel Amsterdam American
  • WestCord Fashion Hotel Amsterdam

    WestCord Fashion Hotel Amsterdam

    4-star

    Overtoomseveld3.7 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous939 Hotels.com guest reviews
    WestCord Fashion Hotel Amsterdam
  • citizenM Amstel Amsterdam

    citizenM Amstel Amsterdam

    4-star

    Weesperbuurt1.6 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional269 Hotels.com guest reviews
    citizenM Amstel Amsterdam
  • Hotel van de Vijsel

    Hotel van de Vijsel

    4-star

    Vondelbuurt1.4 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous911 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel van de Vijsel
  • Van der Valk Hotel Amsterdam Zuidas

    Van der Valk Hotel Amsterdam Zuidas

    4-star

    Zuideramstel4.1 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.6.Exceptional9 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Van der Valk Hotel Amsterdam Zuidas
  • Hotel Jakarta Amsterdam

    Hotel Jakarta Amsterdam

    4-star

    IJplein en Vogelbuurt2.2 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.2.Superb461 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Jakarta Amsterdam
  • Hotel Estheréa

    Hotel Estheréa

    4-star
    VIP

    Grachtengordel-West0.4 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating9.6.Exceptional1,138 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Estheréa
  • citizenM Hotel Amsterdam South

    citizenM Hotel Amsterdam South

    4-star

    Amsterdam South3.6 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.2.Superb448 Hotels.com guest reviews
    citizenM Hotel Amsterdam South
  • NH Amsterdam Centre

    NH Amsterdam Centre

    4-star

    Vondelbuurt1.4 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.6.Good433 Hotels.com guest reviews
    NH Amsterdam Centre
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Amsterdam Centraal Station

    DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Amsterdam Centraal Station

    4-star

    Nieuwmarkt en Lastage1 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good1,046 Hotels.com guest reviews
    DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Amsterdam Centraal Station
  • Crowne Plaza Amsterdam South, an IHG Hotel

    Crowne Plaza Amsterdam South, an IHG Hotel

    4-star

    Zuidas4.3 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.2.Superb227 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Crowne Plaza Amsterdam South, an IHG Hotel
  • Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Centre

    Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Centre

    4-star

    Burgwallen Nieuwe Zijde0.4 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good1,694 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Centre
  • NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market

    NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market

    4-star

    Canal Ring0.7 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous434 Hotels.com guest reviews
    NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market
  • NH Amsterdam Zuid

    NH Amsterdam Zuid

    4-star

    Buitenveldert5.2 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.0.Very good173 Hotels.com guest reviews
    NH Amsterdam Zuid
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Exploring Amsterdam

The capital and most populous city in the Netherlands, Amsterdam, is often called 'the Venice of the North' due to the over 1,500 bridges and canals throughout the city. Amsterdam may be a sprawling city with over a million residents, but a large percentage of its attractions are situated within its relatively compact Old Centre. Amsterdam's regal Royal Palace and iconic floating flower market stand alongside museums dedicated to sex, torture, and marijuana in the Old Centre. Amsterdam's prime nightlife zones, the Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein, are situated in the 17th century Canal Ring, originally constructed to attract the city's wealthiest residents and still home to many Dutch celebrities today. Artis Zoo and much of Amsterdam's prime green space is situated in the Canal Ring extension of Plantage. Although most of Amsterdam's 400 registered hotels do not come cheap, those willing and able to splurge can find four-star places to stay in nearly all the city's corners. In 1592, the first Heineken beer was brewed inside the building now containing the stately Die Port van Cleve Hotel, conveniently located behind the Royal Palace 400m from the Anne Frank House on Dam Square. Park Preza Victoria Amsterdam, situated opposite the city's main rail station, provides another elegant Dam Square four-star alternative to Amsterdam's many chain resorts.

Sights nearby

It takes no more than half an hour for most visitors to easily walk to most Amsterdam city center tourist destinations from the main rail station. Cycling is another popular way to navigate this city where most major streets contain separate bicycle lanes. Heinekenbrouwerij
Lovers of Amsterdam's most famous beer will undoubtedly enjoy touring this museum inside the original Heineken brewery. Although Heineken ended more than 200 years of large scale beer production inside this building in 1988, Heineken lovers can still enjoy a 75-minute tour, purchase Heineken souvenirs, and even enjoy free samples at the Brewhouse Bar. The boutique Hotel Notting Hill is just one of many four-star places to stay less than a kilometre from this historic Amsterdam landmark. Anne Frank House
Summer visitors can expect long lineups to enter the 'Secret Annexe' where Anne Frank wrote her world-famous diary and spent 25 months hiding from the Nazis during WWII. Although Anne sadly died in a concentration camp mere months before the Netherlands was liberated from the Nazis, her legacy remains very much alive in her diary and in this well preserved building. Artis Zoo
Most of the 6,000 animals on display at Artis Zoo live outdoors in settings which resemble their natural habitats as closely as possible, including one of the world's biggest aquariums. There is even a special nocturnal house for animals that normally sleep during the day, but are awake at night. Holders of Artis Zoo tickets are also granted admission to the planetarium, museums devoted to geology and zoology, and spacious botanical gardens in the heart of Amsterdam's green Plantage district. Hortus Botanicus
One of the oldest potted plants on Earth now flourishes in the medicinal herb garden of this Plantage botanical garden first established over 300 years ago. These gardens were originally intended for growing the exotic herbs the East India Company imported for Dutch pharmacists and doctors to use. Nowadays, plants from all corners of the planet grow within the garden's glasshouses.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

Amsterdam's famous 'brown cafés' are among the few public places on Earth where visitors can legally consume marijuana and other soft drugs. Smoking, on the other hand, is strictly prohibited in most Amsterdam restaurants. A surprisingly large percentage of Amsterdam's more than 1,000 restaurants serve Asian food, especially in Nieuwmarkt's Zeedijk district. Amsterdam includes far more restaurants serving exotic dishes from the former Dutch colonies of Suriname and Indonesia than many other cities. Pubs known as eetcafés are Amsterdam's best places to find tasty nighttime meals. Rokin, Damrak, Leidsestraat, Kalverstraat, and Nieuwedijk may be Amsterdam's best known shopping streets, but many of the city's most unique craft studios and second hand shops are situated in the Jordaan.

Public transport

Cars and taxis may be the least convenient ways to travel around Amsterdam, a city with a plethora of public transportation options. The recently implemented contactless OV-chipkaart card allows holders to board any of the city's trams, night buses, and four metro lines. Disposable OV-chipkaart cards valid for periods between one and 168 hours are the most useful for temporary visitors to the city. Visitors to this city of countless canals can also travel by ferry or even rent their own electric boats which can hold up to six people. Amsterdam is also among the few cities outside Southeast Asia where visitors can travel aboard Thai-style tuk-tuks, which are frequently faster and cheaper than taxis.

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