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Amsterdam: Low-cost Hotels and Cheap Accommodation for Groups

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Amsterdam isn’t cheap, so if you’d rather spend your money on enjoying the city than on accommodation, the best plan is to stay in a youth hostel. Located in the liveliest areas, hostels are particularly appealing to groups …

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In Amsterdam on Business

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Amsterdam is a dynamic commercial hub that plays host to a high number of international conferences and business meetings. The new business district Zuidas of offers a …

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In the Heart of Amsterdam: Hotels Around Dam Square

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It would be a crime not to visit Dam Square while in Amsterdam. With its historic monuments and shopping streets, the area around the landmark square is also a great place to stay. The following selection presents some of the …

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Amsterdam’s Most Romantic Hotels

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Contemporary 4-star hotels, Classic charm, floating love nests, cool urban retreats ... In short, some of the Amsterdam’s Most Romantic Hotels.

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Refresh and Recharge in Amsterdam

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While Amsterdam isn’t famous as a city of health and wellbeing, it’s entirely possible to find a hotel where you can kick back in a dressing gown next to a heated indoor pool and treat yourself to a rejuvenating spa …

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Bohemian Amsterdam: the Jordaan Neighbourhood

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A village within the city, the neighbourhood of Jordaan is Amsterdam’s bohemian heart. Home to creatives and intellectuals, the area’s charming streets host a vibrant scene of independent shops, organic markets, cafés and art …

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Amsterdam: The City Centre and the Red Light District

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The Red Light District, once a notorious port of call for sailors, is Amsterdam’s oldest neighbourhood. Today, it’s known far and wide for its neon-lit windows and coffee shops, but also for its China Town restaurants and …

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Amsterdam: Luxury and Design Hotels

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Amsterdam is a city where centuries of rich maritime history coincide with a modern, dynamic culture. This mix is reflected in a wide range of luxury accommodation that draws on both the historic character of the city’s …

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Amsterdam: A Low-cost Weekend for Two

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Amsterdam’s youth hostels are something of an institution among the party crowd, but they’re ideal if you’re planning on an intimate break with a loved one. This is our pick of hotels for couples who want to avoid the …

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Alternative Amsterdam

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It’s true that not everyone goes to Amsterdam for the canals and windmills… Certain activities that are strictly forbidden in most parts of the world are fully legal and licensed here, earning the city a reputation as liberal …

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Mont saint-michel : the pearl of Normandy

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Mont Saint-Michel was classed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979. This rocky tidal island on the Normandy coast is home to a medieval abbey and a number of historic buildings that have been listed as national monuments. …

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Family Breaks in Amsterdam

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Amsterdam is full of attractions that the whole family can enjoy. Its picturesque streets and historic monuments are a pleasure to explore by foot or on a bike, and young visitors will have fun discovering the Nemo science …

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Paris : find the right hotel among thousands of choices

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Looking for a good hotel in Paris? It shouldn’t be too hard to find one, given the number of rooms (around 81,000 in 2012) and the diversity of styles on offer. As one of the world’s most visited cities, the choice ranges …

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The Best Hotels around the Opéra Garnier

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The magnificent Palais Garnier opera house is located in a district packed with business HQs and famous department stores (the Galeries Lafayette and Printemps) that is simply referred to as “Opéra”. Situated between the Gare …

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Stay at the Foot of the Eiffel Tower

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The iconic Eiffel Tower is visited by millions of tourists every year who all climb its three floors for a chance to admire the unique view over Paris. Despite its status as a tourist magnet, the number of hotels in the area …

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