Booking Agent Description: Please note that the City tax is not included in room rates. City Tax costs 4 Euros per person per night and should be paid directly upon check-in from the 1st July 2011.What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.This stunning 4-star hotel near leafy Boboli Gardens is a short walk from the centre of Florence. The elegant ensuite rooms come with air conditioning, satellite TVs and free wifi access. Meanwhile, you can enjoy a buffet breakfast each morning, dine on local food at the restaurant and take a dip in the outdoor pool.
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Luxury and style as well as amazing features in an ideal location, this amazing Hot Rate Secret Hotel truly has it all. Situated in the west Canal Belt of Amsterdam this deluxe five star hotel is packed full of fantastic features to ensure all guests have a comfortable and opulent stay. Get pampered at the hotel’s very own spa with a wonderful selection of treatments available for guests to relax, unwind and truly indulge. Or if you prefer a more active way to unwind then take advantage of the hotel’s state of the art fitness centre and gym. Spend your evenings enjoying fine dining and your favourite drinks in the hotel’s restaurant serving up delicious meals on a nightly basis.
The west canal belt is known as the Jordaan area of the Netherland’s exciting capital city and is home to some of the very best sights and experiences that the city has to offer. Discover the rich and fascinating history of Amsterdam at the many historic museums, monuments and attractions, to learn all about one of the world’s most famous diarists Anne Frank and see the secret annex in the house where she and her family spent more than two years in hiding from Nazi persecution, it was here where she wrote her world-renowned diary explaining her and her family’s situation until they were betrayed and captured in 1944. Visitors to the house today can see the annex exactly how she would have lived in it as well as an exhibition of photos, films and objects that belonged to the family as well as Anne’s famous diary itself.
The Jordaan area of Amsterdam is where you can find a quaint maze of narrow little streets and picturesque canals that are home to a large selection of unique shops, cosy cafés and buzzing pubs and bars. The atmosphere in this side of town is relaxed and laidback, which makes it’s a great area for strolling the beautiful streets and enjoying the gorgeous scenery of the canals such as the house boats and visiting the unique little museums such as the Tulip Museum and the House Boat Museum. Visiting the Nine Little streets or the Negen Straatjes as they are known locally for one of the best and most scenic shopping areas in the city and why not stop for delicious bite to eat or a refreshing drink at one of the lovely cafés and restaurants that call home to the Negen Straatjes?