DESIGN HOTEL luxury 4 stars hotel in the centre of Amsterdam with roulette formula, 2 nights for 2 people in bed & breakfast.CLOSED
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- Plasma TV
- Free Wi-Fi
- Pets Accepted
- Disabled access.
- 2 nights for 2 people
- 4 * hotel with roulette formula
- double room
- Bed & breakfast
- Validity: for stay until March 2018 (long weekend, festivities, Christmas, New Year's Eve, fairs and congress excluded).
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The Roulette formula ensure accommodation in a city-center based 4* Hotel, with bed & breakfast service. The selected locations are all modern and comfortable facilities.
Comfortable and relaxing, decorated in modern and elegant style, are equipped with Wi-Fi, air conditioning, safe-box, hair dryer, mini bar
Also called the Venice of the north for its canal system, Amsterdam is one of the most popular tourist destinations.
The capital of fun and of forbidden things, famous for its coffee-shops and bustling nightlife, Amsterdam is also known for its wide range of cultural activities, ancient and modern architecture and several museums.
- Van Gogh Museum: with 200 paintings, 550 drawings and watercolors, it is one of the largest collections in the world dedicated to Dutch artists;
- Dam Square: represents the very heart of the city, rowdy throngs of tourists and buskers, dominated by the Royal Palace and the New Church;
- Leidseplein: Amsterdam's center for fun and nightlif, the area around this square is teeming with cafes, pubs, clubs, coffeeshops, restaurants, theaters, cinemas and cultural centers. In the summer you can admire performances of musicians and buskers all day long;
- Rijksmuseum: the largest museum in the Netherlands with over one million visitors per year, it provides a broad overview of Dutch art from the late Middle Ages to the masterpieces of the Golden Age;
- Anne Frank's House: in order to remember. Anne and her family used to hide in the back of the famous house for over two years during World War II and were then deported in 1944 to different concentration camps. Here is where Anne wrote her famous diary, also visible in the museum.