Kattengat 1, Amsterdam
1012 SZ Netherlands
Tel: +31 020 5512000
Located in the very heart of the capital city and world heritage canal district, the Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel is a luxurious, contemporary hotel connected to the historic 17th Century domed monument, The Koepelkerk.
The hotel boasts well-appointed guest accommodations with high-speed Internet, and sleek bathrooms. Additional amenities for your hotel stay include a fully equipped on-site gym and a full-service business centre.
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A special discounted rate has been organized for our delegates. Please contact Ms. Marloes During (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly to organize your room. Rooms subject to availability.
|Deluxe Room Single Occupancy||€219|
|Deluxe Room Double Occupancy||€239|
|Club Room Single Occupancy||€259|
|Club Room Double Occupancy||€279|
|Superior Room Single Occupancy||€419|
|Superior Room Double Occupancy||€439|
The Deluxe Room rate includes complimentary buffet breakfast and access to internet. The Club and Superior Room rates include:
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While in Amsterdam, make the most of your time and take in some of the great local sights and attractions.
The Dam is Amsterdam’s best-known square, the site of the Royal Palace, erected in remembrance of those who died during World War II, as well as a National Monument. Surrounded by these historic landmarks, Dam Square is a hive of activity, filled with music, street performers and food stalls.
One of the city’s most delightful shopping districts. Just two minutes’ walk from the Royal Palace at Dam Square, these picturesque streets straddle the 17th Century canals from the Singel to Prinsengracht. Spend time exploring art galleries, gift shops, fashion stores, restaurants, bars and cafés.
Visit the annex of the building at Prinsengracht 263, now museum site, where Jewish wartime diarist, Anne Frank and her family lived and hid from Nazi persecution during World War II.
An art museum dedicated to the works of the renowned, Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries, located at the Museum Square in the Amsterdam South/Zuid. It is most certainly also worth paying a visit the Stedelijk Museum, the Rijksmuseum - a Dutch national museum dedicated to history and the arts, as well as the Concertgebouw, home to the Dutch Philharmonic Orchestra.
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