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Villa de Wael
Villa de Wael Star Rating 3        
Domburgseweg 6

The Residentie Villa De Wael is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Domburg. The Residentie Villa De Wael boasts a convenient location with modern amenities in every guestroom and superb service. Each guestroom features amenities such as non smoking rooms, bathrobes, hair dryer, shower, microwave.
Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam West
Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam West Star Rating 2        
J Broedeletstraat 35

Set in a mid-century house along a canal, this relaxed B&B is within 4 minutes' walk of the Jan van Galenstraat train and metro station, 3.1 km from Vondelpark and 4.6 km from the Rijksmuseum national art and history museum.
Hotel Neutraal
Hotel Neutraal Star Rating 1        
Damrak 8

Set in the centre of Amsterdam, Hotel Neutraal is situated near Amsterdam Centraal Railway Station, and just a few steps from nearby bars and eateries. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of complimentary Wi-Fi during their stay.Neutraal Hotel Amsterdam provides a wake-up service and a 24-hour reception.
Best Western Apollo Museumhotel Amsterdam City Centre
Best Western Apollo Museumhotel Amsterdam City Centre Star Rating 3        
P C Hooftstraat 2

Located in Amsterdam, Apollo Museumhotel Amsterdam City Centre provides stylish, 3-star accommodation close to the Rijksmuseum. It also features valet parking, free Wi-Fi and 24-hour room service.All the trendy rooms at Apollo Museumhotel Amsterdam City Centre feature a mini bar, plus all the essentials for a comfortable stay.
Amsterdam House Hotel
Amsterdam House Hotel Star Rating 3        
s-Gravelandseveer 3-4

Strategically located in the middle of the city, this 3-star hotel makes for an excellent base in Amsterdam. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to visit local attractions.This historic hotel provides free Wi-Fi and valet parking.
Marnix Hotel
Marnix Hotel Star Rating 1        
Marnixstraat 382

Centrally situated, Budget Hotel Marnix City Centre offers easy access to Amsterdam's main hot spots. It provides free Wi-Fi, bicycle rental and a 24-hour reception.Budget Hotel Marnix City Centre provides 9 rooms, each with a refrigerator, a telephone and wireless internet access.
Hotel Vivaldi Amsterdam
Hotel Vivaldi Amsterdam Star Rating 2        
Stadhouderskade 76

Vivaldi Budget Hotel is located in Amsterdam and offers guests free Wi-Fi. It is conveniently positioned for those wanting to visit local attractions.Those staying at the hotel can enjoy the property's gardens.
Nemo Bed & Breakfast Amsterdam
Nemo Bed & Breakfast Amsterdam Star Rating 2        
Prins Hendrikkade 133/A

Located close to Amsterdam Centraal Railway Station, this comfortable bed and breakfast is a convenient base for those wanting to discover Amsterdam and its surrounds. It is conveniently situated in the city centre.Nemo Bed & Breakfast Amsterdam offers comfortable accommodation, in addition to babysitting/child services, free Wi-Fi and a tour desk.
Beach Hotel Zandvoort
Beach Hotel Zandvoort Star Rating 3        
Badhuisplein 2-4

A 2-minute walk from the beach, this casual hotel in a modern building is also an 8-minute walk from the Zandvoort aan Zee train station and 1.4 km from the Circuit Park Zandvoort racetrack.Rustic-chic rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs; some offer balconies and/or sea views.
Amsterdam 4 Holiday Bed And Breakfast
Amsterdam 4 Holiday Bed And Breakfast Star Rating 3        
Geenlvincksteeg 2

Set in the city centre, Amsterdam 4 Holiday Bed And Breakfast provides easy access to Amsterdam's popular sightseeing and retail areas. It is situated a brief stroll from Leidseplein.The bed & breakfast has 3 modern rooms offering all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
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The Netherlands is a small monarchy in the Northwest of Europe, between the North Sea, Belgium and Germany, known for much more than cheese, windmills, tulips. Though most historic town centers in The Netherlands date back to the Dark Ages, most building was done in era of oversea expansion and in the nineteenth century when the country finally took the industrial revolution seriously. In Amsterdam, Leiden or Utrecht you can see the big 17th century mansions once owned by the commanders of the Dutch fleet and those of the rich merchants who financed the wars with their overseas gains.

Apart from the glory days of the 17th century there is much in the Netherlands to attract the present day visitor. Visitors will find a very open, relaxed and international atmosphere, some great museums with both modern art and historical chef-d'oeuvres.