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Amsterdam is more than just nine streets, the ring of canals and the red light district. Did you know that the capital city of the Netherlands has the largest number of different nationalities in the world? This melting pot is also reflected in its culinary, historic and young professional arena, turning cosmopolitan city Amsterdam into a number one desitination for foodies, families and creatives.

Besides its extraordinary location in the Osdorpplein shopping centre, which houses a range of local businesses and stores including H&M, Douglas, Fit For Free, WE Fashion, ICI Paris XL and soon the new international retail-hot-spot TK Maxx (www.tkmaxx.com), Citiez is walking distance from the Sloterplas, De Meervaart theatre-and-convention-centre (www.meervaart.nl/congres-event/english/) and the recently opened food court WestMarket; discover a world of taste and style at Westmarket, the place for international cuisine and indoor shopping in Amsterdam Centrum Nieuw-West (www.westmarket.nl)

Accessibility


The Osdorpplein tram stop (nr's. 1 and 17) offers a direct link with the city centre (15 minutes), the World Fashion Centre and Amsterdam Lelylaan station from where you can travel directly to Schiphol Airport, WTC, Amsterdam Arena, Ziggo Dome and the Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre. The hotel can be reached easily by car (especially from Schiphol) and the parking in the adjacent secured public parking garage 'Nieuw West' is FREE of charge for our hotelguests (save euro 25-35 per day, based on one-time-exit-ticket). High speed bus 369 has it's stop around the corner, directly to and from Schiphol Airport (15 minutes).

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Let's do Amsterdam

Amsterdam is Europe’s sixth-largest metropolitan area. While Amsterdam is known globally for its historic canals, art museums (RijksmuseumVan Gogh Museum), red-light district and ‘coffee’ shops, it is also a significant European financial and business centre. Besides this, Amsterdam is famous for it's culture, creativity, architecture, high-tech, international congresses and an extensive range of (top) restaurants. The city is highly accessible, with well-developed local, national and international transport links, including Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and the European high-speed rail network.