Amsterdam is a city like no other. The Dutch capital is home to some of the most famous museums such as the Van Gogh, Anne Frank House, Stedelikik and the Rijksmuseum. In contrast, Amsterdams nightlife is legendary. There is a wide selection of Nightclubs to suit all genres, Coffee Shops, cafes and of course the red light district.
Stay 3 nights, at the 4 Star, Artemis Hotel, Bed & Breakfast on selected dates between the 1 March - 26 March from just £179.
Prices are based on departures from London Gatwick, Luton, Stansted, Southend, Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester and Edinburgh
Flights are also available from London Heathrow, Newcastle, Glasgow, Belfast, Birmingham, Leeds Bradford, East Midlands and Dublin for a supplement of £40
Artemis Hotel is a 4 star deluxe hotel built in typical Dutch design, located between the centre of Amsterdam and the airport. Being within easy reach of the city centre makes it an ideal hotel for those wanting to explore the historical sights, bars and restaurants within Amsterdam. It is the perfect choice for both leisure and business travellers alike.
The hotel is perfect for meetings with its 11 meeting rooms with a good choice of facilities including a projector and internet access. There is a reception area, underground garage parking and restaurant/bar with a beautiful waterside terrace. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as drinks to enjoy whilst relaxing in the Dutch atmosphere.
Artemis Hotel comprises of 256 rooms all with a contemporary design including Superior, Executive and Business rooms. All rooms are equipped with a bathroom with a bath and/or a shower, hairdryer, Wi-Fi access, laptop size safe, flatscreen TV and floor to ceiling windows.
Amsterdam is the largest city in the capital of the Netherlands. It was settled as a small fishing village in the late 12th century and became one of the most important ports in the world during the Dutch Golden Age.
The Amsterdam Stock Exchange is the oldest stock exchange and is located in the city centre along with other main attractions including the historic canals, the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House, Amsterdam and the infamous Red Light District. The River Amstel is one of the famous rivers in Amsterdam, terminates in the city centre and connects to a large number of other canals. The oldest area of the city is known as de Wallen and lies to the east of Damrak and this is where the Red Light District can be found. Amsterdam has a rich architectural history with the oldest building being the Oude Kerk in the heart of de Wallen.
Amsterdam is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe with more than 4 million visitors per year. A majority of the hotels are located in the city centre where you will find a large amount of department stores. The high end shops can be found in the streets of Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat in the vicinity of Vondelpark. The medieval Kalverstraat is one of the busiest high streets in the heart of the city. Another famous shopping centre is the Negan Straatjes, where there are 9 narrow streets within the Grachtengordel. Here there are a wide choice of privately owned shops. Amsterdam is known as one of the most bicycle friendly cities with bike paths, bike racks and several bike storage garages.