Destinations in Netherlands

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Netherlands

— Amsterdam, Netherlands

(Rated 9.7, 263 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Amsterdam! Right in the heart of the city overlooking the Royal Palace, the National Monument on Dam Square and the Rokin, y ...

— Amsterdam, Netherlands

(Rated 9.4, 339 reviews)
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The fully renovated Pillows Anna van den Vondel re-opened its doors in January 2017. The distinctive 19th century hotel is located in an elegant stree ...

— Rotterdam, Netherlands

(Rated 9.3, 2 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Rotterdam – and a guest favourite. PREMIER SUITES PLUS Rotterdam offers apartHotel in Rotterdam. The serviced apartments are ...

— Rotterdam, Netherlands

(Rated 9.3, 376 reviews)
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Traditional trimmings are enhanced with contemporary comforts in this luxury hotel, where the hospitality is top-notch and so is the view. Centrally l ...

— Amsterdam, Netherlands

(Rated 9.2, 2 reviews)
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Hotel Estheréa is set along the Singel canal in the centre of Amsterdam, only 1,000 feet from Dam Square. This hotel is in a quiet area and benefits ...

— Rotterdam, Netherlands

(Rated 9.2, 3 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Rotterdam.Located in the heart of Rotterdam, The James Rotterdam is situated in the middle of vibrant streets like the Coolsin ...

— Rotterdam, Netherlands

(Rated 9.1, 3 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Rotterdam.Situated in the Feijenoord district Room Mate Bruno is a boutique hotel set in a former tea warehouse of the Dutch E ...

Netherlands - The Land Of Windmills And Canals

Get lost in one of the most compelling and colourful countries in Europe. Despite its small size, there’s something for everyone to fall in love with in The Netherlands. This magnificent country is famous for its canals, tulips, museums, churches and peaceful countrysides. But look a little closer and you’ll discover more appealing towns and cities such as The Hague and Rotterdam. Then you have the capital city of Amsterdam, which is legendary for its vibrant nightlife and red light district. There’s a good reason why The Netherlands are famous for their windmills, with the country being home to over 1,000 windmills dating back to 1850. For a true windmill experience visit the village of Kinderdijk, which is home to a huge complex of windmills. This site is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Netherland’s is the world’s largest exporter of beer, and their ancient recipes are right up there with Belgian and German brews. If you’re looking for somewhere to experience dutch drinking culture, head along to the House of Bols, one of the oldest distilleries in the world. Here you can take a guided tour of the facilities, taste test some of the beverages, and learn about cocktails and basic mixology skills.

Travel The Netherlands

Join The Party In Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations and is well known for its party atmosphere and red light district. Popular places to check out include The Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum Museum. The Prinsengracht area is also great for shopping, clubbing and dining at unique coffee houses.

See The Tree-Lined Canals In Leiden

The city of Leiden is well known for its stunning tree-lined canals, antique windmills and vast parks. If you get a chance, take a boat ride down one of the canals for an experience you won’t forget. Other attractions in Leiden include Museum De Valk (a windmill museum) and The National Museum of Antiquities, which features a host of Egyptian attractions.

Tour The Netherlands And The Antiquated Town Of Delft

Delft is a progressive town which has somehow managed to maintain its antique appearance. From the Renaissance style City Hall in the Markt Square, to the traditional Netherlands canals. Popular attractions include The Prinsenhof - a museum which tells the tale of “the Eighty Years’ War” and features a host of intriguing art pieces.

Tips And Travel Information For The Netherlands

Money Popular credit and debit card choices such as Visa, MasterCard and American Express are regularly accepted in hotels, restaurants and tourist destinations in The Netherlands. Just be aware smaller retailers may charge a transaction fee ranging from 2-6%. Getting Around The Netherlands is a small and densely populated country, however the public transport system is excellent and efficient. No matter where you’re travelling you’ll be able to comfortably get there via bus, train, ferry or tram. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Jun - Aug) Moderate (Apr & May, Sep & Oct) Quiet Season (Nov - Mar) High season in The Netherlands is between the months of June and August. During this time pretty much everything is open, crowds also fill the museums and prices are at their peak. Low season comes between November and March. During this time many sites outside of the main cities are close. Also expect cold and snowy weather.

Find Boutique Hotels In The Netherlands

For a stay just as exquisite as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in The Netherlands.