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It was seen how well water and architecture combine on the Singel, the first of the ring of grachten that encircles this historic city and so a further three circular canals were formed with almost mathematical precision - Herengracht, Keizersgracht, and Prinsengracht - on which the fine but narrow merchants' houses were built. Simpler folk were also thought of with a place of their own which the Huguenot settlers called the Jardin but eventually became De Jordaan in Dutch. Today this is a part of the city with house  and little courtyards peopled by the oddballs and artist, with small stores and galleries. It is a village within the city with most individualist appearance of Europe.
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Amsterdam Marriott Hotel  Stadhouderskade 19-21, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Located in the heart of Amsterdam, close to canals and the picturesque city centre, the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel offers 392 deluxe rooms.
The hotel has easy access to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Central Station. Public transportation is within walking distance and secured valet parking is available. The Business Centre offers PC and Internet use, a meeting room and secretarial services.
All guests are invited to use the fully equipped health club. The 'Vondel' park is located adjacent to the hotel. The restaurant, located on the lobby level overlooks the Leidseplein. It offers an international - and healthy start buffet breakfast and dinner. Sophisticated meeting facilities also available.
Hotel Pulitzer  Prinsengracht 315-331, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Ideally located near Dam Square and the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, the Sheraton Hotel Pulitzer brings together 25 restored 17th century canal houses, all harmoniously integrated to create a truly unique hotel.The exquisite canal houses overlook the picturesque Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht canals, conveniently situated near the old city center of Amsterdam. Recently named to Cond?ast Traveler's 2002 Gold List, the Sheraton Hotel Pulitzer is unlike any other hotel in the world, featuring 230 distinctive guest rooms, all designed with charming wooden beams.However, the hotel also has a lot of differences in floorlevels and no handicapped rooms which unfortunately makes the Sheraton Hotel Pulitzer "not accessible for disabled
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Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel  Kattengat 1, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
The very heart of Amsterdam, between the Central Station and Dam Square, is the location of the Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel, a deluxe hotel where you will feel immediately at home.The 17th century domed 'Koepelkerk', our conference facility, is located opposite the hotel. A historical landmark that can accommodate from 10 up to 700 guests

Hilton Amsterdam  Apollolaan 138, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
The Hilton Amsterdam is in one of the City's most exclusive areas. Ideally located for both business and leisure travellers.
Close to Amsterdams best shopping streets and the City's commercial and financial Centre. The Hotel borders a canal and overlooks its own garden and marina. Our John & Yoko Suite, was the scene of the world famous 'Bed-in for peace'. The Hotel marks the focal point of the two main avenues of Amsterdam, the Apollolaan and Minervalaan and is a 15 minute drive from Schiphol Airport and downtown is 5 minutes away. Museums, galleries and some of the city's most fashionable restaurants, bars and nightlife surround the Hotel. The Hotel has 271 Deluxe contemporary rooms all with Internet connection. The Meeting and Convention centre is fitted with State-of-the Art facilities for up to 3,000 people and a fully equipped Business Centre. Relax is Roberto's Restaurant or the Half Moon Lounge. The Health & Fitness Club is one of the best equipped in Amsterdam

Amsterdam American Hotel  Crowne Plaza Amsterdam-American, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Amsterdam's Premium Lifestyle Hotel was built between 1900 and 1902, and has always been a haven of pure grace in the heart of the Amsterdam.
Only 14 km/8.8 mi from the Amsterdam Schiphol-Airport and 3.4 km/2.1 mi from the RAI Congress and Exhibition Centre, the American Hotel is conveniently situated at famous Leidse Square featuring its own boat landing stage on one of the beautiful canals. Business and leisure guests alike will feel at home among the designer shops, restaurants, galleries and nightclubs in Amsterdam's premier residential and retail neighbourhood.
Because the hotel is an important example of architectural Art Nouveau, it has been a listed building since 1972. Its outer graciousness extends to the guest rooms which still feature original glass stained windows, and vanities lined with an elegant granite surface. Guests are also invited to enjoy the Cafe Americain, an original Art Deco styled restaurant that serves contemporary food with a slight Dutch touch. 
The newly refurbished elegant meeting rooms make the American Hotel an ideal place to conduct business conferences. Guest rooms, lobby, bar, fitness, meeting rooms and lifts were all renovated in the winter of 2000-2001

Crowne Plaza Amsterdam  Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 5, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
The Crowne Plaza Hotel is located right in the historic heart of Amsterdam, near Central Station & the Dam Square.
Shopping streets, canals, museums and lots of entertainment are in the immediate vicinity. Various forms of public transport such as train, tram, subway, and bus are available almost on the hotel's doorstep.

Tulip Inn Amsterdam City West  Reimerswaalstraat 5, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Tulip Inn Amsterdam City West is located in a quiet residential area between Schiphol Airport (10 min.drive) and the lively city centre of Amsterdam (20 min. drive). Due to our location the city centre, all major attractions, business areas and other cities are easy to reach by public transport, by your own car or by our Smart rental car. Tulip Inn Amsterdam City West offers 150 modern double rooms supplied with all the conveniences. All rooms are equipped with a bathroom with shower and hair dryer, a direct dial telephone, air-conditioning, television with cable and in house movie channels and a spacious desk.

Estherea Hotel  Singel 303-309, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
The Estherea Hotel is a family owned and managed hotel that is ideally located along one of Amsterdam's 4 major canals.
It is also in the city centre, near Dam Square, the Royal Palace, the main shopping district, the museums, theatres and the central railway station. The hotel has superb services as well as a friendly reception staff who is always happy to assist guests with any need they might have.
All the rooms have recently been renovated and have a full bathroom, a colour television (CNN available), direct telephone and a private safe. The hotel also has room service from 07:00 til 22:00, a lounge and a cosy bar. The reception staff is also willing to help guests with almost anything including check in/out, car hire, tour bookings, fax transmittals, information and reservations for restaurants

Amsterdam Restaurants
Amsterdam Restaurants
Eet- en Bierencafe De Beiaard
Spui 30, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Restaurant Type: Bars and lounges 
 

Maximiliaan
Kloveniersburgwal 6-8, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Restaurant Type: Bars and lounges

Cafe Gollem
Raamsteeg 4, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Bourbon Street
Leidsekruisstraat 6-8, Amsterdam, Netherlands

New Deli
New Deli Haarlemmerstraat 73, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Tel: +31 20 626 27 55 
This trendy little restaurant's motto is 'lunch all day, dinner after 6p' and their image is style, style and some more style on the side. The interior is very minimalist and you get the feeling that some of the clientele is probably here because it's trendy and not for the food. Not to worry though, because you can get a good light meal here and the prices are actually more reasonable than you would expect. Seeing they mainly serve light dishes, this isn't the place to go for a big, festive meal, but at least New Deli tries to do something different and succeeds in making the act of going for lunch a trendy, hip activity.

Teppan Yaki HosokawaMax Euweplein 22, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Tel: +31 20 638 80 86  Teppan-yaki is a culinary theatre performance showcased at your table. There are seven tables in this beautifully decorated restaurant on Max Euweplein, each seating a maximum of 10 people. A private dining room is also available. Each table has a built-in grill where the chefs prepare a great variety of dishes, their hands moving like lightning before astonished guests. You can order a la carte or complete dinners. The menu is a Godsend for seafood lovers, but you'll also find beef, chicken, and vegetables featured.

Chao Phraya Nieuwmarkt 10, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Tel: +31 20 427 63 34 This is a cosy Thai restaurant on the Nieuwmarkt. This area of Amsterdam is littered with good little restaurants, most of them Chinese, so some Thai food comes as a nice change. Chao Phraya is quite popular, especially as a lunch restaurant. Rightfully so, as there is no greater joy than sitting in the sun on Niewmarkt scoffing down some fried rice with beef. Special mention has to go to the nice salads and the friendly service. The prices are also very reasonable

Restaurant November Spuistraat 266, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Tel: +31 20 422 04 23 Restaurant November is a well-known restaurant on the sparkling Spui, in the heart of Amsterdam. You'll find lots of Dutch as well as international cafes and restaurants in this small area. The menu features mainly small snacks - Spanish tapas and salads - but you can also order a complete dinner. The food is high quality and is all made with fresh ingredients. Dishes have a distinctive French/Mediterranean quality. This place can be described as half restaurant, half cafe. The interior is characterised by wooden tables, lots of mirrors and plants and a very high ceiling. This is a popular spot amongst students.

Amsterdam sex
Red Light District (De Wallen): A visit to Amsterdam would not be complete without a stroll around the notorious Red Light District. The atmosphere can be chaotic with throngs of tourists jostling for space alongside city slickers, pimps and drug dealers. The prostitutes of De Wallen are part of a legal and regulated industry that includes compulsory health checks and taxable income. Prostitution is by no means the only attraction of the area. The districtís architecture comprises a scenic mix that dates back to the Middle Ages. Areas to explore include Waterlooplein, Zeedijk and Nieuwmarkt Square. Waterlooplein is the location of the modern City Hall and Muziek Theatre. The square was created in 1880 from two canals that were filled and then allocated to Jewish traders who used to ply their wares on its pavements. Nieuwmarkt Square was also once home to a thriving Jewish community, mainly Portuguese Jews who had fled from persecution during the Spanish Inquisition. The cultural diversity of this area extends to Zeedijk Street, which is often referred to as Chinatown. The street runs from the Saint Olof Chapel to De Waag.
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