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Amsterdam American Hotel—Hampshire Eden

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  • Grande Dame

Calling this 1902 assemblage of turrets, gables, stained glass, and a clock tower home for even a day or two is a pleasure, and guest...

Dikker and Thijs Fenice

  • $$$
  • Casual Chic

Classical" and "cozy" are apt descriptions for this 1895 landmark with a regal address on the Prinsengracht and spacious, gracious Art...

Hans Brinker

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  • Practical Base

Many of the no-frills but sparkling-clean rooms, with white walls and blue floors, are dorm-style with bunks, and sleep up to eight people,...

Park Hotel Amsterdam

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  • Design

Though this stately 18th-century Amsterdam fixture has one foot in the past, the other is firmly planted in the here-and-now with modern...

Seven One Seven

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  • Luxurious Retreat

Guest rooms in this intimate 19th-century house are each named for a different composer or writer and reflect the eye of a discerning...

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