Netherlands

Netherlands holidays

Landscapes dotted with historic windmills and colourful fields of tulips are iconic of the Netherlands – but there’s plenty more to this genteel nation. Museums celebrate its homegrown heroes, with many masterpieces from the likes of Van Gogh and Rembrandt gracing halls, and quaint architecture is a joy to discover as you amble around its cities.

American Hotel Amsterdam

American Hotel Amsterdam

Amsterdam City, Amsterdam

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Based on 4009 reviews

0.1 Km to Leiden Square

  • Great for sightseeing
  • Located on Leidseplein
  • 700m from Rijksmuseum
  • 1.5km from Anne Frank House
  • 1.7km from Dam Square
Amstel Botel Hotel
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Amstel Botel Hotel

Amsterdam City, Amsterdam

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4.1 Km to Leiden Square

  • Complimentary ferry connection to Centraal Station
  • Floating hotel
  • 4km from De Wallen
  • Located in the trendy NDSM Shipyard
  • Great for stag and hens
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Outstanding cities

Decisions, decisions – where to go, Amsterdam or Rotterdam? The Netherlands’ top cities offer two completely different experiences. Amsterdam’s a legendary spot, famed for its outstanding museums and centuries-old canals, while Rotterdam is a buzzy port, with a modern skyline pierced with futuristic skyscrapers. Which will you go for?

Pedal power

When it comes to two-wheeled adventures, the Netherlands is a trailblazer. Uber-flat countryside and bike-friendly cities are peppered with well-signed routes and wide lanes, making it easy to whizz along and enjoy the scenery that unfolds before you. Embrace your sense of adventure and hire a pair of wheels for the weekend!

Café culture

The Netherlands’ answer to the British pub, cafés here fringe canals and charming squares, each a place to socialise and soak up the country’s laid-back vibes. Seek out your favourite spot and spend afternoons lazily sipping beers and grazing on Dutch bar snacks, all while people watching.