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Need hotel for one night in Amsterdam

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  • Need hotel for one night in Amsterdam

    my husband and I will be in Amsterdam on Sept.9 and need hotel for one night that is centrally located.

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    Re: Need hotel for one night in Amsterdam

    Hi maury,

    Our recommended Amsterdam hotels are listed here: http://www.independenttraveler.com/d...sterdam/hotels. Maybe one of these will fit the bill.
    Sarah Schlichter
    Senior Editor
    Independent Traveler
    www.independenttraveler.com

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      Re: Need hotel for one night in Amsterdam

      Originally posted by maury View Post
      my husband and I will be in Amsterdam on Sept.9 and need hotel for one night that is centrally located.
      We are going to be in Amsterdam September 7 and 8. I researched several hotels and read reviews and settled on the Estherea Hotel. We have not stayed there, so I cannot say for sure it is good, but it has good reviews, looks good online, and is a smaller hotel. I hope this helps.

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        Re: Need hotel for one night in Amsterdam

        A few years ago, some friends and I stayed at Hotel Di-Ann which is located on one of the canals (Princindam?? perhaps). The rooms were small but clean and the breakfast was good. The personnel were quite friendly and helpful. It was within walking distance of the Anne Frank House, the flower market, Dam Square, and was on the street car line to give access to other areas. I don't recall the website through which I found it, however.

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