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for mod­ern art

art’otel am­s­ter­dam $$$ Op­po­site Cen­traal

Sta­tion, this ho­tel oers 107 rooms with mod decor and an open­to­the­public gallery in the base­ment.

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ar­to­tels.com for bou­tique hos­tels

Co­co­mama $ Once a high­end brothel, this hos­tel fea­tures stylish rooms with white walls, de­signer Delft­ware or wind­mill themes.

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co­co­mama­hos­tel.com

for so­cial­iz­ing

Gen­er­a­tor Am­s­ter­dam $

Part of a re­li­ably funky de­signer hos­tel chain, Gen­er­a­tor over­looks leafy Ooster­park. Its 168 twin and four­per­son rooms are all en suite.

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gen­er­a­torhos­tels.com for float­ing your boat

House­boat Ms. Luc­tor $$ A brim­ming break­fast bas­ket is served daily at this me­tal­hulled, ma­hogany­pan­eled 1913 house­boat. Min­i­mum stay is two nights.

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boatbe­dand­break­fast.nl for co­zi­ness

Lin­den Ho­tel $$ Lin­den has small but beau­ti­fully fur­nished rooms with jade­green fea­ture walls, shell­pink cush­ions and swirl­pat­terned

» car­pets. lin­den­ho­tel.nl for op­u­lence

’t Ho­tel $$$ The eight rooms in this charm­ing 17th­cen­tury canal house sport sketches of old Dutch scenes, and de­signer pat­terned

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