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At the mouth of the Amstel River with fishing village roots dating to the 12th century, Amsterdam ranks as one of Europe's most important architecture and design cities. This favored business center with a rich history in trade serves as a major gateway to other great European cities, from Brussels (two hours away by train), to Paris (four hours by train), and London (45 minutes by air). Topography is relatively flat, yet visitors are charmed by expressive architecture of the Amsterdam School and the centuries-old ring of canals. From the uninhibited character of its famed red-light and entertainment districts to somber landmarks such as the attic where Anne Frank hid from the Nazis, Amsterdam neighborhoods provide a multicultural metropolis of lasting impressions. The Heineken Experience, in the brand's former brewery, provides history of the famed Dutch beer. Other Amsterdam companies welcoming the public range from diamond merchants and china factories to cheese makers. Castles and manor houses beckon along with dozens of windmills, lighthouses, amusement parks, zoos and playgrounds. Botanical gardens have far more than tulips, and museums for art alone range from havens for the Old Masters to small collections of contemporary work. Each winter within what's known as the Amsterdam Winter Adventure, many major museums exhibit works on loan from abroad along with notable objects from their own collections. Scores of restaurants, including an abundance of French, Indonesian, and Chinese establishments, await for breakfast, brunch, lunch, high tea, dinner and in-between tastes. Apart from Dutch cheeses, Amsterdam menus often include thick pea soup with ham, or hutspot, a potato-based stew. Although Holland's principal tongue is Dutch, virtually everyone in Amsterdam speaks a second or third language, typically German or English. The Greater Amsterdam area offers the full range of lodging options, from contemporary world-class hotels in the metropolitan areas to family-run bed and breakfast inns in the surrounding areas.
We have organized our listings of Amsterdam's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Amsterdam area by selecting one of the links shown below.
Hotels in Centrum. Interlaced with canals, the compact downtown area is home to Central Station, Leidscheplein, Dam Square, the Jordaan, the Red Light District and more.
Hotels near the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS), located 9 miles southwest of the city center.
Hotels with Amsterdam addresses outside the downtown area proper.
Hotels in the Noord Holland district outside the city, in places such as Zandvoort Aan Zee and Volendam.
Hotels in the Utrecht district and vicinity, including Amersfoort, Zeist and others.
Hotels outside the canal area in border neighborhoods, divided into the west section, the museum and cultural area, the south (Zuid) section, and the east (Oost) section.
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Area Facts: Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands; The Hague is the seat of government. The local currency, Guilder or florin, is abbreviated Dfl, Hfl, fl, f or NLG. The city has over 1,281 bridges and 165 canals. The international dialing code for the Netherlands is 31.
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