Right by the floating Flower Market, and within walking distance of most major attractions in Amsterdam, this luxury hotel's locat…
Amsterdam is the capital of Holland and is a city filled with culture and intrigue. The Museumplein is just one part of this town which attracts thousands of tourists every year, a town centre square surrounded by art and history museums. The Rijksmuseum is a fantastic starting point, housing the largest and most impressive collection of Dutch art, this museum is home to more than one million artifacts. The Van Gogh museum is located in one of the more modern buildings in this area of the city. The coffee shops here are also popular with tourists and there is near enough one on every corner. Abraxas for example has its own gift shop and is beautifully decorated with detailed and enchanting hand paintings.A hotel room or apartment in this city can be rented at a very affordable price and long weekends here can cost as little as a few hundred pounds. A stay in a city based hotel or apartment offers you close access to all the museums, coffee shops, theatres and restaurants. Every room in the Rembrandt hotel comes with satellite television, telephone and safe. It is situated between Herengracht and Singel, a tranquil canal in the city centre, just 2 minutes away from the Dam square and shopping complex. The Nova hotel offers 3 star accommodation in the heart of Amsterdam as well as wifi access and a refrigerator in each room.An apartment or hotel in this city will give you the opportunity to relax over a long weekend or even longer. The city is open to tourists throughout the year and the many events occurring here will guarantee you will not get bored. The Amsterdam Dance Event takes place every October at the Heineken Music Hall
and attracts some of dance music's biggest names like Tiesto and Armin Van Buuren. There are over 100 other festivals that take place in this great city each year too. A stay in any hotel or apartment in this city promises unforgettable moments and will open your eyes to a world of culture.