Hotel Reservations in Amsterdam
With so many luxury hotels in Amsterdam to choose from, you will be just steps away from a plethora of pursuits. Historically, culturally or socially, the city of laid-back, open-minded charm will surely delight you. Book your hotel in Amsterdam to take full advantage in all the city has to offer.
Architecturally speaking, Amsterdam and its hotels are a mix of styles. Oude Kerk, the Old Church, with its medieval wooden vaulted ceiling proudly stands, ironically, in the main red-light district (De Wallen). Amsterdam fashioned its own version of renaissance architecture which can be seen by Westerkerk. The church's chiming clock tower was frequently mentioned in The Diary of Anne Frank whose hideout, Achterhuis, is located nearby. An area of high Jewish population, the Rivierenbuurt is also home to buildings in the Amsterdamse School of architecture like the Wolkenkrabber. A stunning blend of Amsterdam School and Art Deco is the Tuschinski Theater. Many of the hotels in Amsterdam will combine some of these styles, and some will truly encompass them.
The South district is also known as the Museum Quarter and is yet another area packed with hotels in Amsterdam. The area boasts beautiful Art Nouveau-style architecture as well as some of the city's most remarkable museums. The Rijksmuseum exhibits almost one million pieces of classical Dutch art. The Stedelijk Museum is the place to visit for modern art collections. These museums and many more, have pleasing closeness to some of the finest hotels in Amsterdam.
Embrace the social side of the city outside your hotel in Amsterdam via its bustling café culture. Explore the different venues; a beer café, a brown café, or a coffeehouse (different than a coffee shop). Rembrandt and Leiden Squares are prime spots to experience the wonderful, vibrant Amsterdam nightlife. The Jordaan district, once the working-class neighborhood, is now a myriad of art galleries, chic boutiques, restaurants and some of the quaintest hotels in Amsterdam.
Escape the city hustle by visiting one of the many natural sites in Plantage. This area includes a botanical garden and a zoo. Further afield from your hotel in Amsterdam is De Hoge Veluwe National Park; a varied landscape with excellent hiking, camping, and flora and fauna sightseeing possibilities. The park is renowned for keeping 1700 white bicycles on hand for free public transportation in its borders. There are ample public transportation options outside the doors of many hotels in Amsterdam. Take a train or car rental out of the Netherlands for a visit to Belgium, Germany, France, or the United Kingdom.
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