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Hotel in Amsterdam near international business area and Dutch attractions
The city of Amsterdam is loaded with cultural and historic attractions, sights, sounds, tastes and experiences. Go the Rijksmuseum for centuries of fine art, including the brilliant works of the Dutch Masters. A visit to the Anne Frank House is a sobering, but worthwhile Amsterdam experience. Take a boat tour through the historical canals to see Amsterdam from a different perspective. Or head to Amsterdam’s amazing coastline with sandy beaches and the motorsport race track Circuit Zandvoort. Find more information on our recommended points of interest below.
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2.56 mi / 4.12 km from the hotel
Get a stunning view of Amsterdam from atop this 135-meter tower. If you're feeling especially adventurous, try Europe's highest swing, 100 meters above the ground.
Learn about the life and work of Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. Dedicated to this world-renowned artist, the museum showcases stories and personal letters in addition to his famous paintings. Housing the world’s largest collection of van Goh artwork, visiting the museum is a perfect way for art-lovers to spend a few hours.
Artis (Zoo Amsterdam)
3.54 mi / 5.69 km from the hotel
Designed around conservation and education, Artis is a zoo, planetarium, and aquarium in one. Located in the heart of the city, it's an exciting, family-friendly attraction that's simple to fit in between exploring downtown.
2 mi / 3.22 km from the hotel
What's a visit to Amsterdam without a canal tour? Choose your route from any of the iconic 160 canals, stretching over 100 kilometers. There are numerous tour companies that launch their cruises from different points throughout downtown, so visitors can choose one that best fits their schedules.
2.8 mi / 4.51 km from the hotel
Beer drinkers may love Amsterdam's Heineken Experience. Located in a former brewery, this historic site is designed as a museum dedicated to Heineken's history and brewing procedures. Learn about this local beer and enjoy a glass at the end.