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Yotel Schiphol Hotel Amsterdam
Yotel Schiphol Hotel Amsterdam Star Rating 3        
Vetrekpassage 118

Within Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and a 2-minute walk from the nearest train station, this contemporary airport hotel is 14 km from the Van Gogh Museum and 17 km from the city center.Snug rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi and hot drinks, as well as flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms sleeping up to 4 people provide desks and/or bunk beds.
De Vier Heemskinderen
De Vier Heemskinderen Star Rating 3        
Landpoortstraat 10

Within a block of the town's market square, this cozy hotel in a redbrick townhouse overlooks a 17th-century church. It's a 2-minute walk from the Staats-Spaanse Linies regional museum.Modest rooms are individually furnished in traditional style, and come with complimentary Wi-Fi and TVs.
Hotel Valkenhof Zoutelande
Hotel Valkenhof Zoutelande Star Rating 2        
Zuidstraat 9-11

Within a block of shops and restaurants in a coastal village, this simple, redbrick hotel is a 2-minute walk from the beach and 17 km from Mini Mundi amusement park.Pared-back rooms and apartments come with TVs and en suite bathrooms. Apartments add terraces with garden views.
Ibis Amsterdam Centre Stopera
Ibis Amsterdam Centre Stopera Star Rating 3        
Valkenburgerstraat 68

Within a 6-minute walk of both Waterlooplein metro station and the nearest tram stop, this straightforward hotel occupies a modern redbrick building overlooking a canal. It's 1.3 km from Dam Square.
Hotel Petit Nord
Hotel Petit Nord Star Rating 3        
Kleine Noord 53-55

Within a 3-minute walk of Hoorn train station and the canalside, this casual downtown hotel in a modern redbrick building is 1 km from 15th-century Oosterkerk and 1.3 km from Grashaven Hoorn harbor.Warm, casual rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and sitting areas, as well as tea and coffeemakers.
Ibis Den Haag City Centre
Ibis Den Haag City Centre Star Rating 3        
Jan Hendrikstraat 10

Within a 3-minute walk of both Grote Kerk Den Haag and the nearest tram stop, this downtown budget hotel in a straightforward modern building is a 10-minute walk from Mauritshuis art museum.Simple rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks. Family rooms add extra bathrooms and TVs.
Trianon Hotel Amsterdam
Trianon Hotel Amsterdam Star Rating 2        
Jan Willem Brouwersstraat 3

Within a 10-minute walk of the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum, this relaxed hotel in a redbrick property lies in a residential neighborhood, 11 minutes' walk from Vondelpark.Featuring en suite bathrooms, the compact rooms have straightforward decor, free Wi-Fi and TVs. Some come with desks.
Trianon Hotel Museumkwartier
Trianon Hotel Museumkwartier        


Within a 10-minute walk of the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum, this relaxed hotel in a redbrick property lies in a residential neighborhood, 11 minutes' walk from Vondelpark.Featuring en suite bathrooms, the compact rooms have straightforward decor, free Wi-Fi and TVs. Some come with desks.
Hotel De Admiraal Utrecht
Hotel De Admiraal Utrecht Star Rating 2        
Admiraal van Gentstraat 11

Within 2.2 km of both the Gothic Dom Tower of Utrecht and the Centraal Museum, this laid-back guesthouse is set in a modest redbrick 19th-century townhouse, 4 km from Utrecht University Botanic Gardens.Homey rooms come with original modern artwork.
Lieve Nachten B&B
Lieve Nachten B&B Star Rating 2        
Jan Olphert Vaillantlaan 77 - 79

With a unique barnlike facade of weathered wood, this contemporary guesthouse is a 3-minutes walk from the Steigereiland tram stop. It's also 8 km from both central Dam Square and the Anne Frank House.Relaxed rooms have all-natural furnishings, and either mattresses or Japanese tatami mats.
 
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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.
 
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