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Articles tagged “amsterdam”

Hotels

Amsterdam’s quirkiest design company opens multi-stop shop, Hotel Droog

Sleeping is just one part of guests’ experiences at the hotel that also serves as a gallery, retail shop, and garden, and with only one floor actually reserved for sleeping, exclusivity is part of its pull.

Amsterdam’s quirkiest design company opens multi-stop shop, Hotel Droog

Tourism

Netherlands partners with Orbitz on social marketing campaign

Driving consumers to action is the goal of all marketing campaigns, and the Netherlands actually has a shot at turning ad views into actual bookings by partnering with the online booking site.

Tourism

How Amsterdam’s debated ban on pot smoking for foreigners affects tourism

A new law that requires a local "weed pass" for coffee shops would not only decrease the number of annual tourists, but also alter the city’s free-loving, laidback image that draws in even sober foreigners.

How Amsterdam’s debated ban on pot smoking for foreigners affects tourism

Tourism

Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum to reopen in April after a decade of renovations

Surely tourism has been slowed too much by the museum's renovations, but repairs extended nearly double the expected time period -- a trend seen by yet another European travel hub.

Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum to reopen in April after a decade of renovations

Hotels

If you’re booking a hotel in Amsterdam, go through a booking site, not brand’s own

Price parity between brands' own sites and OTAs in the U.S. can be hit and miss at times, but in Europe it is all over the place.

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Hertz rent-a-boat service launches for exploring Amsterdam’s canals

In Hertz’s first expansion away from car rentals, customers will have the ability to travel the city’s famous canals on boats for up to 20 people, and with optional services including a chef or captain.