As capital cities go, Amsterdam is small in comparison. It has a reputation for free-spirited and very liberal lifestyles. Some might call it Europe's most "radical" city, but one cannot deny the beauty of Amsterdam and its rich history. Amsterdam is a cultural center of Europe, as exemplified in its more than 140 art galleries and 40 museums. In addition, it is famous for its baroque architecture, canals, and cobblestone streets where the favored mode of transportation is the bicycle.

Port: Amsterdam
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Amsterdam

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  • FREE 1-NIGHT PRE-CRUISE AMSTERDAM HOTEL PACKAGE CODE: AMSFLH

  • INTERCONTINENTAL AMSTEL AMSTERDAM CODE: AMSH04

    Behind the hotel’s grand colonnaded entrance, the regal interior features original, 19th century staircases, chandeliers and elegant marble floors. You can enjoy High Tea in the lounge with river views, and wind down in the health club with a sauna, massage or a swim in the indoor pool. Dine on French Mediterranean cuisine in Restaurant La Rive, try seasonal dishes in the Amstel Brasserie, and discover the city with a tour on one of the hotel’s classic saloon boats.

    ADDRESS:

    INTERCONTINENTAL AMSTEL AMSTERDAM

    PROFESSOR TULPPLEIN 1

    AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS 1018 GX

    ph# 31 20-520-3477

  • AMSTERDAM MARRIOTT HOTEL CODE: AMSH02

    In the midst of this splendid city, you'll find the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel. Located across from Leidseplein's fine dining, fashion shopping and entertainment, and a five minute walk to many attractions including the casino, the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, broadband Internet, in-room safe, mini-bar and work desk. Upscale and casual dining await in our two restaurants: Sorel's Midtown Bar and Lounge for casual dining and Midtown Grill for the finest steak in town.

  • SOFITEL LEGEND THE GRAND AMSTERDAM CODE: AMSH03

    Located in one of the most historical venues of Amsterdam, from a 15th-century convent to royal lodgings to Dutch Admiralty headquarters to the city hall of Amsterdam, the hotel boasts a rich history. Ater a careful renovation by French designer Sybille de Margerie, it is a place of hospitality, art and culture. Furnished with French elegance and grandeur, our hotel blends sleek design with five star facilities, including 52 luxury suites with Butler Service and an indulgent spa. With the Michelin star restaurant Bridges, a Parisian themed bistro, a Foodbar, a Vinothèque, the Library ‘Or’ and a brown café, this is definitely the perfect spot for the discerning business traveller or for a luxury stay in Amsterdam. Poetry and a rich history captivate and seduce everyone into visiting the hotel.

    ADDRESS:

    SOFITEL LEGEND THE GRAND AMSTERDAM

    OUDEZIJDS VOORBURGWAL 197

    AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS 1012 EX

  • KIMPTON DE WITT HOTEL AMSTERDAM CODE: AMSH05

    Welcome to our first European boutique hotel, Kimpton De Witt Hotel, which exudes a modern approach to luxury through fresh, refined rooms and imaginative spaces steeped in inspired Dutch design. Experience an immersive labyrinth of contemporary millwork, lush layers and clean lines. A journey where rooms open to grand inspiration and eclectic treasures. Nestled in the heart of Amsterdam's thriving City Centre, our hotel inspires you to imagine, explore, create and find a comfortable place to relax. Unwind in our leafy garden conservatory. Savor a meal at our local restaurant. Cradle a nightcap in our cozy House Bar, which dates back to the Dutch Golden Age. With our unique personality and heartfelt service (without the attitude), consider our intimate boutique hotel your personal sanctuary.

    rom our central Kimpton De Witt address, there's something for everyone. For outdoor lovers, biking and walking are rites of passage and in the spring, vibrant tulips are in full bloom and ready for a close up. Art lovers will feast their eyes on contemporary Dutch works and famed masterpieces by native Old Masters such as Johannes Vermeer, Rembrandt van Rijn and Jan Steen. History connoisseurs will revel in the wealth of monumental landmarks like the Anne Frank House and Van Gogh Museum. Culinary and drink enthusiasts will devour craft breweries, hip cafés, amazing boutique shopping and discerning fine dining. Trust us, once you've explored the nooks and crannies of these cobblestone streets and concentric canals, you won't want to leave.

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