HOTELS

Amsterdam Int'l Art Fair has arranged special rates at the following hotels, located at Amsterdam centre, near the Beurs van Berlage venue where Amsterdam International Art Fair takes place. In order to avail these prices please contact the hotels direct to make a booking.

HYATT REGENCY AMSTERDAM

Reserveringen: amsterdam.regency.hyatt.com

Use discount code: G-ARTH in 'Corporate or Group Code' when making the booking online.

 

ANDAZ PRINSENGRACHT AMSTERDAM

Reserveringen: amsterdamprinsengracht.andaz.hyatt

Use discount code: G-ARTH in 'Corporate or Group Code' when making the booking online.

 

 

DUTCH MASTERS AMSTERDAM

Place your reservation for the Amsterdam Int'l Art Fair and enjoy a 10% discount using the promotion code: AIAF2017

For more information and reservations: info@dutch-masters.com

www.dutch-masters.com

 

NH AMSTERDAM GRAND HOTEL KRASNAPOLSKY

Reserveringen: +41 (0)848 66 33 66
Tel.: +31 (0) 20 554 9111
nhkrasnapolsky@nh-hotels.com

 

AMSTEL AMSTERDAM 
An InterContinental Historic Hotel

Reserveringen: 0871 423 48760871
Online bookings here


 

 

PARK PLAZA VICTORIA AMSTERDAM

Reserveringen: +31(0)20 6551082
ppvares@pphe.com
Online bookings click here

 

 

 

ABOUT AMSTERDAM

Although the seat of Netherlands government is in The Hague, Amsterdam is the nominal capital. It is also the country's largest city, with a population of more than 820,000, and the most visited, with over 3,5 million foreign visitors a year.

The Netherlands is a country situated in Western Europe, bordering Belgium to the south and Germany to the east. To its north and west is the North Sea. Although the Netherlands is the country's official name, people often call it Holland. The provinces of North Holland and South Holland form only part of the Netherlands.

City of Amsterdam is run by the city council and a college of aldermen. The council is the highest authority in the city of Amsterdam and is responsible for all important decisions.

The currency in the Netherlands is the Euro ( € , EUR), which is used in almost all countries within the European Union.

The warmest weather is from June to August, with temperatures between 21 - 26 degrees Celsius. There are rarely extreme temperatures. The air is relatively humid and fog is common in autumn and spring. There are stronger winds from October to March.

Amsterdam, probably the most planned city of northern Europe, has long been a well-known city. In the 17th century Amsterdam was the centre of world economy, and nowadays the city is known for its tolerant character.

Population: 820,654 (May 6, 2012)
Country: The Netherlands
Time Zone: GMT/UTC +1
Telephone area code Amsterdam: 020