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Amsterdam – Live and Let Live!

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“Venice of the North”

Amsterdam is located in the province of North Holland on the estuary mouth of the Amstel and IJ on the IJsselmeer (Lake Yssel). The city of canals has managed to preserve its village-like charm which can be best explored by bicycle. Cosy cafés invite visitors to linger a while. A must-do for visitors is a boat trip on the canals, or better still a candlelight cruise combined with a festive meal. Van Gogh's master pieces can be experienced in the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House holds the hiding place where the Jewish girl wrote her famous diary. The Concertgebouw is home to the famous Concertgebouw Orchestra and celebrated concerts. All the top designers of the world can be found on the PC Hoofstraat, considered to be the most expensive shopping street in Holland. The Jordaan district is perfect for a romantic stroll through its narrow, picturesque streets. Here the tourist can explore the oldest pubs in the city (Bruine Kroeg), typical houseboats and extraordinary shops.

Experience Freedom

Amsterdam attracts millions of visitors every year. The Dutch capital is a Mecca for open and liberal lifestyles attracting dazzling personalities from all corners of the world. The Sexmuseum invites visitors to undertake a guided tour through the history of eroticism from ancient to current times - a leading museum dealing extensively with the subject of physical love in all its variations. It's probably better to avoid the 200 or more so-called Coffee Shops which legally sell soft drugs.

Hotels, Restaurants and Bars

The Amsterdam Hilton not only has a gorgeous waterside location overlooking the marina, it has also been eternalised in a song written by John Lennon. The John and Yoko Suite still exists today which was the stage of the 1969 „Bed-in“ for peace. The Hilton is also home to the first-class Italian restaurant Roberto's. The Westin Grand radiates noble charm offering a spa area as well as a beautiful garden also used for dining. The Hotel Okura spoils the visitor with many highlights including the restaurants Yamazato and the fine Ciel Bleu as well as the Twenty Third Bar located – you've guessed it – on the 23rd floor. A choice of 17 different brands of champagne await the thirsty guest.

Hotels in Amsterdam

Amstel InterContinental
Professor Tulpplein 1
NL - 1018 GX Amsterdam
Fon: +31 20 622 60 60
Fax: +31 20 622 58 08

It can be said the heart and soul of The Netherlands resides at InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam. A shimmering presence located directly at the famous Amstel River, this luxurious five-star Amsterdam hotel welcomed its first guests in 1867, and has been celebrated for its regal magnificence and residential warmth ever since. Step into our grand lobby and the effect is immediate and inspiring. A palatial ambience - with soaring archways and twinkling chandeliers - belies a truly intimate greeting, established by our Clefs d'Or concierges as they welcome you from the lobby's private antique desk.

Pulitzer Sheraton
Prinsengracht 315-331
NL - Amsterdam, 1016 GZ
Fon: +31 20 52 35 235
Fax: +31 20 62 76 753

Hotel Pulitzer offers all the modern conveniences in the hotel rooms, of which some overlook the garden, others the canals, grant your room with views of the picturesque Prinsengracht or Keizersgracht.

The Dylan
Keizersgracht 384
NL - 1016 GB Amsterdam
Tel: +31 20 5 30 20 10
Fax: +31 20 5 30 20 30

An elegant residence in an exceptional 17th century landmark building with a secluded garden on the Keizersgracht, one of the city’s grandest canals. The Dylan Amsterdam is a sophisticated collection of colour-themed rooms and suites with superb canal views and a great restaurant, Vinkeles, serving modern French cuisine, both traditional and modern.

Restaurants in Amsterdam

Michelin stars restaurants
Hotel Okura Amsterdam
Ferninand Bolstraat 333
NL - 1072 LH Amsterdam
Fon: +31 20 678 71 11
Fax: +31 20 671 23 44

At this culinary center, the Okura's chefs will show you how to prepare their dishes and the sommeliers will explain how to pair wine and sake with the food. ‘Taste of Okura' is equipped with the latest high-tech Miele equipment. In addition to a kitchen, the culinary center also has a Wine Room, a shop and a trendy lounge, where you can enjoy the food you have prepared yourself. To celebrate the opening, the first 100 cooking aficionados to sign up for a workshop will receive an original Taste of Okura kitchen apron.

Restaurant, bar and club
Jonge Roelensteeg 21
NL – 1012 PL Amsterdam
Fon: +31 (20) – 344 64 00

Don’t come to supperclub if you’re in search of a traditional restaurant, have lazy taste buds or are scared of new experiences. However, if you’re looking for an unusual dinner experience in an unexpected place and are not afraid to discover the creative corners of your personality, then knock on supperclub’s door.

Exclusive French restaurant
Keizersgracht 384
1016 GB Amsterdam
Tel +31(0)20 530 2010

Vinkeles is part of the Dylan Hotel. The menu and design combine traditional and modern. Dennis Kuipers is the Executive Chef in this exclusive and modern French restaurant. he has had years of experience in various top restaurants including the three-star Lucas Carton in Paris. In 2003 he won the title of Master Chef of the Netherlands, the highest accolade for Dutch chef. In 2010 Vinkeles was awarded with Michelin star. Try the saddle with a quince compote or the glazed filet of turbot with tempura of fresh anchovies, leek cannelloni and a soft garlic gravy, pure heaven.