The Art of Travel in Amsterdam
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Where should a visitor who loves history stay in Amsterdam?
Amsterdam, Holland is a city of contrasts. It is a a historic city and a hip modern city. It is liberal and traditional. Amsterdam is also one of the most colorful cities in the world for historic travel. More than 7,000 17th century houses in an artist's palette of colors line 160 canals. Over 600,000 tulip and other flowers bulbs grace parks and gardens. It is a city of Old Masters (think Rembrandt and Van Gogh) and modern arts. Amsterdam is one of the world's most important diamond markets and a center of delicate delftware. It is a fun-loving city where a world famous Red Light District and daring discotheques share space with world-class museums and the arts. Virtually everything a traveler seeks is within a short walk or bike ride.
The historic five-star Hotel l'Europe Amsterdam is all about the art of travel in Amsterdam. Perched on the banks of the Amstel River, Hotel l'Europe Amsterdam is at the center of the city's best shopping, cultural attractions, restaurants and nightlife. It blends 19th century ambience with 21st century comfort and conveniences. Original works of art by Dutch masters complement modern amenities. The Excelsior Restaurant on the riverfront prepares artfully delicious culinary creations. Hospitality is also an artform. Guests' needs are anticipated before they are requested. The concierge is always at hand to assist with excursions and entertainment bookings. Such excellence does not go unrecognized; the Hotel l'Europe Amsterdam is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World. It has also received the Bib Gourmand award by Michelin Guide and has appeared on the Travel & Leisure's 500 Best Hotels in the World list.