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Amsterdam is rife with opportunities for romantic moments, and staying with your significant other in one of our Guru’s picks for the 20 best hotels in Amsterdam for couples will certainly add romance to your city break...
Amsterdam - The Complete Guide: The Hotel Guru's pick of great value hotels, family hotels, coolest hotels, hotels near attractions, and all the individual neighbourhoods...
In the best hotels for families in Amsterdam you'll find spacious self catering apartments near open-air markets where shopping is fun, family-sized suites, and luxury perks like pools...
Amsterdam is filled with hip hotels that combine the coolest of 21st century style with the charm of historic buildings, luxurious rooms and up-to-the-minute bars and restaurants...
A stay in ever-popular Amsterdam doesn't always come cheap, but pick your hotel with care and there are bargains to be found...
The replica sailing ship Amsterdam is the key attraction at the Maritime Museum (Het Scheepvaartmuseum) – a fascinating monument to the golden age of the Dutch maritime empire...
Amsterdam's NEMO Science Museum is an unmissable landmark poised above the water of the Oosterdok, and it's one of the city's top family attractions...
If you're a film fan, a visit to the Eye Filmmuseum is a must. If you're not yet a cinemaphile, Eye may turn you into one...
NDSM, the massive one-time dockyard complex that dominates post-industrial Noord, is a hotbed of creative talent and is home to funky shops and studios, bars and restaurants...
Amsterdam's royal zoo is one of the city's great escapes, especially for families. If you're travelling with kids who find the urban vibe of the bustling centre a bit too much, spend a day at Artis...
Overlooking Museumplein in the heart of the Museumkvartier, the Van Gogh Museum is a breathtaking collection of works by one of the 19th century's most brilliant and tragic painters...
You'll find some of the best hotels near Anne Frank House in the Jordaan neighbourhood, just across the Prinsengracht canal, and around the Canal Belt...
You'll need to spend at least half a day at The Rijksmuseum to take in just the high points of one of the the world's great treasuries of art...
The Dam is the heart of the historic centre. The epicentre of Amsterdam's busiest tourist neighbourhood, it's where most visitors start exploring the city...
The Vondelpark is at its best in summer, when you can enjoy live music at the open air theatre - but at any time of year it's a super place to escape for a while from the bustle of the city centre and from the always-crowded great museums nearby...
Fans of art cinema, late-night clubbers, street food gastronomes and families find plenty to like in this post-industrial neighbourhood...
Across the Nieuwe Herengracht canal, the family-friendly Plantage district is a neighbourhood of leafy avenues, gracious 19th buildings and green spaces surrounding the Artis park and Hortus Botanicus...
Amsterdam's waterfront stretches from the picturesque Western Islands and along Prins Hendrikkade to the wide inner harbour of the Oosterdok...
Stay in one of the best hotels in De Wallen and Oude Zijde to experience Amsterdam at its most raffish – especially after dark – but also to be close to cultural attractions...
Between Oud West and the green expanse of Vondelpark, the Vondelbuurt is an upscale residential neighbourhood of leafy streets and desirable homes...
In Amsterdam's mercantile heyday, the Eastern Docklands were home to shipyards and warehouses – buildings that in recent years have been repurposed as creative spaces and arts venues...