Old-Time Hotels, Old-Time City: Take a Photo Tour of Amsterdam’s Charming Historic Hotels

by Kristina Fazzalaro on June 18, 2013

Conservatorium Hotel, Amsterdam

Conservatorium Hotel, Amsterdam

Amsterdam may be famous for its red light district and its friendly stance on marijuana, but the capital of the Netherlands has much more to offer. A city steeped in history, Amsterdam is home to beautiful historic buildings, numerous parks, fields of tulips that bloom in the spring, about 40 museums, and a system of canals and bridges that rivals (and in fact, is larger than) the one in Venice. Many of the city’s hotels give visitors a taste of the city’s rich past, such as properties housed in former monasteries or former schools.

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