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Volkshotel 162 rooms from $84Amsterdam
Set in East Amsterdam, an old Newspaper Office HQ has been redesigned as a creative hub welcoming all guests, 'from stockbrokers to punk rockers.' The contemporary feel runs throughout the hotel, from the flexi work space to the exciting bar and nightclub and into the individually designed rooms.Local markets - Explore the infamous flower markets.Full of character
CitizenM Amsterdam City 215 rooms from $95Amsterdam
Accessible modern Dutch design with affordable accommodation. Small high tech rooms are bright and airy, with top notch accessories including rain showers and free movies on demand. The living and canteen area are lively meeting spots. A cool and great value choice for a city break.Value chic - A trendy property with smart common areas and neat bedrooms with good amenities, all for only €89 per night.City StyleSights nearby - You can be in Dam Square in 25minsLively - Hip and happening.Recommended by - Tablet
Hotel Mozaic 25 rooms from $111The Hague
Located in the beautiful Archipel area Mozaic provides a chic base for travellers looking for something different. Rooms are modern, with black white and silver palettes, some with open plan bathrooms all with music systems and coffee making machines. Free wifi makes this a hipster haven!Sights nearby - Plein 1813, Panorama Mesdag, and the Peace Palace are all close to the hotelDesigner - Uniquely designed interiors.House party feel - Be prepared to meet people.Quirky - An experience!
Hotel Savarin from $106The Hague
Fabulous canal side hotel and spa with a Michelin recommended restaurant. Large rooms and suites have light wooden floors, all the mod cons, and large comfy beds. Lovely terraces have canal views, fantastic food, and extensive spa facilities. A lively spot for all out pampering.Foodies - Michelin recommended restaurant.Spa breaksCity StyleLuxury
Suite Hotel Pincoffs 11 rooms from $118Rotterdam
A very cool hotel on the canal - its historic exterior complemented with up to the minute interiors. Boutique suites have mezzanine levels, warm decoration, and state of the art mod cons. Lively bar serving lunches and snacks make this spot a must for young couples and groups of friends.Value chic - With rooms from just €110 per night, it's excellent value.City Style - Chic modern accommodation in Rotterdam's trendy left bank.Sights nearby - Situated right on Rotterdam's historic waterfrontSailing - Can be booked nearby.
nhow Rotterdam 278 rooms from $155Rotterdam (3072 AP)
Slick, chic, designer hotel in Rotterdam. Ensuite rooms contemporary and modern in neutral tones with air conditioning, a free minibar and views across the port and city. With a fun rooftop cocktail bar, restaurant, gym and bicycle hire. A stylish and funky hotel.Designer - Designed by reowned architect Rem KoolhaasViews - Great views from hotelSights nearby - Well located for major sights.
Kruisherenhotel Maastricht 60 rooms from $219Maastricht
This Design hotel and former Gothic monastery, dating back to the 15th century looks like something from an Elle Decor shoot. Rooms juxtapose old & new: exposed stonework with pop colours and artwork, large arched windows with statement furniture. Surely the most stylish way to discover Maastricht!Sights nearby - Marvel at the architecturally impressive Basilica of St. Servatius and the Basilica of Our LadyGreat walks - Take a stroll around the City ParkDesigner - Uniquely designed interiors.Full of character
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Windmills and clogs are probably no longer as prevalent as the traditional stereotypes about the Netherlands would have you believe, but if you visit in Spring, tulips and bicycles probably are. The Hotel Guru's selection of the best places to stay in the Netherlands are all well situated to make the most of this fascinating country. These days the Netherlands is probably just as famous for its liberal politics and open minded approach to, well, to a lot of things! its land grab from the ocean, its art collections and beautiful canal-lining towns and cities.
The Dutch have a reputation for height and directness, making it easy to ask for directions. They're also more likely to direct you to the coffeehouse serving the best coffee, rather than the kind teenagers on their first trip away from home might be looking for.
Most of the stuff stag-dos are looking for is kept to one part of Amsterdam, conveniently located for the train station, while the rest of the city, and the country is more about art, heritage, beautiful architecture, dykes and cheese.
As countries go, the Netherlands has one of the world's best art collections. Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Vemeer, Mondrian, Hieronymus Bosch, there are plenty works by these masters to be seen. Spread across a number of excellent museums. It's not all Dutch Masters either. And the contemporary cultural scene is also well known internationally. The Netherlands is somewhere to be creative in.
It's not just great art this country has produced either, there are a number of architectural wonders, and some of the most spectacular gardens imaginable. The Keukenhof Gardens feature on innumerable bucket lists.
Amsterdam is wonderful, and worth returning to again and again, but it's also worth taking to the canals, or the bike paths, like the Dutch, and exploring further afield:
- Edam, for the cheese and the hand-operated drawbridges;
- modernist Rotterdam, with its world class museums and maritime legacy;
- Haarlem with its peaceful, canal-side charms;
- Vermeer's Delft, with its wonderful old buildings, compact old town and the distinctive blue and white pottery;
- and Utrecht with its castles and towers.
And then there's the famous Den Hague…
And those are just the ones we've all hear about. Some of the nicest are really best discovered for yourself, along the canal or tulip-lined bike path.
For an Amsterdam city break
- Hotel JL No76 is ideal for a relaxed city break - urban-chic, close to the museums and very family-friendly. But if you're looking for character you'll be wanting the Hotel Roemer, small, art deco and intimate.
For those on a budget
- For Amsterdam explorers after a taste of the city, sleek and lively Hotel Vondel provides a great base that the thrifty Dutch would approve of. Or for all the mod. cons. and then all the high tech ones too, try CitizenM Amsterdam City.
For culture vultures
- If you love the Dutch Masters look up Hotel Brouwer, a small, traditional, canal-side hotel with rooms names and decorated after different artists. But if you're looking for the Netherlands' modern artistic side try the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy, which has its own library, catwalks and in house exhibition spaces.
For canal-side location
- For canal-side views consider Chic & Basic Amsterdam, by the Herengracht canal, one of Amsterdam's prettiest. Or the Hotel Estheréa, an opulent 17th century boutique hotel right beside Amsterdam's oldest canals. Or for Michelin starred food as well, try the lavishly decorated Hotel Toren.
- For the ultimate in grand, old world charms stay at the Seven One Seven Hotel where every luxury feels discreet and effortless. Or, if you like your luxury more obvious, opt for the Andaz Amsterdam.