Number of hotels in this location - 65
The Netherlands is renowned for its tulips, bicycles, windmills, cheese and wooden clogs. Discover the jewel of Europe and cultural capital Amsterdam for its meandering canals, array of museums and famous nightlife. The Hague offers fantastic shopping, whilst Rotterdam has a collection of fine art and interesting architecture.
Choose Hotels by Availability
Hotels in Holland
Amsterdam Schiphol airport is located nine miles southwest of Amsterdam with one main passenger terminal and three departure halls. It is Europe’s fourth busiest passenger airport and is connected to Amsterdam Central Station by rail. The station is located under the Schiphol Plaza complex.
By booking a hotel in Amsterdam you are setting yourself up to enjoy one of Europe’s most vibrant and colourful cities, where you can find mediaeval architecture nestled amongst a maze of meandering canals, plus a great choice of Amsterdam hotels. Appreciate the art and culture of the Rijksmuseum or Van Gogh Museum, enjoy a coffee at one of the many outdoor cafes, or browse the shopping malls and beautiful flower markets. We can also make your journey easier by adding a P&O minicruise or flights to our hotels in Amsterdam, plus you can pre-book your Amsterdam tours and attractions tickets with us too!
Perfect for a short city break our hotels in Amsterdam are located throughout the city and range from budget 2* accommodation to 5* luxurious Amsterdam hotels.
Close by you can enjoy a whole host of cultural attractions including:
- Rembrandt Museum – Showcasing the work of Holland’s greatest painted, the Rembrandt Museum is a must for anyone with cultural yearnings and a love of an Old Master’s paintings.
- Anne Frank’s House – Offering insight to some of the harrowing atrocities of World War Two, Anne Frank’s house helps you to understand the girl behind the diaries and how she must have lived under Nazi occupations.
- Heineken Experience – Come visit the home of one of the most popular beers in the world. Visit the brewery and learn what goes into Holland’s most famous lager.
- Red Light District – The “lively” Red Light District is probably the area that Amsterdam is most famous for. Take a stroll after dark to see the alternative side of Amsterdam.
One of the largest cities in The Netherlands, Arnhem is the capital of the Gelderland Province, lying on the banks of the River Nederrijn. Popular attractions in and around the city include the wonderful Burgers' Zoo and The Netherlands Open Air Museum. The Gelredome - home to local Eredivisie football club Vitesse - is an innovative and impressive sports and events venue that regularly hosts international concerts and festivals.
Located in the south of The Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant, Eindhoven is one of the country's largest cities. A university city, Eindhoven is home to a number of terrific museums - including modern art gallery the Van Abbemuseum and, more strangely, a Lightbulb Museum - and is the region's cultural heart. PSV Eindhoven, the city's top-flight football club, is one of the most recognisable in Europe.
A coastal town in North Holland, IJmuiden is an important port and the region's 'gate to the North Sea'. Mini cruises from Newcastle dock in the town, and Amsterdam is a mere 30 minutes away by car. A town with a fascinating World War Two history, there's much to discover in IJmuiden.
The capital city of the province of Limburg, Maastricht lies in the south-east of The Netherlands. Conquered by the Romans, a former Garrison city and prominent in the Middle Ages, Maastricht has a rich history and hundreds of heritage sites to discover. It is the cultural heart of the region, and home to tonnes of museums and annual festivals. Following the signing of the Maastricht Treaty in 1992, the city has become known as the birthplace of the European Union, and of the Euro.
Rotterdam is a vibrant and modern city with an array of shops and restaurants and over thirty museums. Enjoy the views from the top of the Euromast, cruise the harbour, swim in the Tropicana or visit the Rotterdam Zoo.
The Hague has more square shopping metres than any other city in Holland. A sophisticated and cosmopolitan city, the Hague is the traditional seat of Holland’s royal family and has three beautiful royal palaces.
Historically significant Utrecht is a top city break destination in the centre of The Netherlands. The stunning Dom Tower, of the city centre's Dom Church, is an unmissable feature in the city's skyline, and Utrecht has many buildings dating back to the Middle Ages. A university city, Utrecht is both a cultural hub - second perhaps only to Amsterdam - and one of the biggest settlements in The Netherlands.
Please note that information contained in these location guides was correct at the time of research, but may be liable to change. Any mentioned attractions/points of interest can change or close. Maps are a guide only. If you do find any inaccuracies or know of something you feel deserves inclusion in our guides, please email your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.