If you intend to travel to Amsterdam, you’ll need a place to stay. The nature of your stay will affect the kind of accommodation you’ll stay in. If your going to Amsterdam on business, you’ll probably stay in a hotel in Amsterdam. But if your going to enjoy a holiday in Amsterdam you may choose for a more relaxing place to sleep. Or why not sleep in a houseboat? How cool is that?
Spend your nights on a houseboat!
Want to do something completely different? Spend your nights on a houseboat!
There are authentic houseboats near or in the centre of Amsterdam and
some houseboats in a more quiet environment. I bet you never slept in a boat on the canals before.
Coming to Amsterdam with a group of people?
Why not stay in a hostel in Amsterdam. For example: the Stayokay Amsterdam Vondelpark is one of the largest hostels in Amsterdam and it’s right in the Vondelpark. Near all the great shopping streets, museums and all of the great discotheques. The hostel’s facilities are excellent and each room has its own shower and toilet.
Why not enjoy your holiday at a camping site?
Camping Vliegenbos is situated in a forest area, at a 10-minute drive from Amsterdam centre, near the Waterland area and the fishing villages of Monnickendam, Volendam, Edam and Marken. Real nice historical places. The campsite has a restaurant, a shop and a launderette, as well as new sanitary buildings.
Going to Amsterdam for business?
A hotel is your best way to stay in Amsterdam. A Golden Tulip Hotel Amsterdam is a really great way to stay in Amsterdam. The Golden Tulip hotels in Amsterdam are loaded with luxury. Every Golden Tulip hotel in Amsterdam has a unique character and atmosphere. And you don’t have to travel far to reach your business appointment. These hotels are situated near city centers, airports, local and major access routes and business districts.
Or you could just find a cheap hotel in Amsterdam.
Going to Amsterdam to work or study?
Maybe your coming to Amsterdam for your study or work, which will require a longer stay in this wonderful city. So why not just rent a place? Direct Living offers a wide range of apartments in Amsterdam in different price ranges. They have studios especially for foreign students or apartments that are completely furnished for expats.