Booking Agent Description: This 4-star hotel is just 15 minutes north of Amsterdam's centre by public transport, with close proximity to one of the city's many metro stations. Dine in the hotel's brasserie, serving an à la carte breakfast and a French and Dutch-themed dinner menu. Those travelling for business can hire five meeting rooms, with capacity for up to 41 guests. Rooms all have complimentary wi-fi, flatscreen TVs with cable channels, minibars and air conditioning.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.Please note that the total amount of this booking excludes 5,5% local city taxes that have to be paid directly to the hotel.Typicall Dutch brown pub
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This five star hotel, set in the heart of Munich, provides luxury accommodation for your trip to Munich. On-site services are extensive; with currency exchange, dry cleaning and car rental, you’ll find everything you need within. If you’re visiting on business, the hotel also has meeting rooms, an overhead projector and a copier at your disposal. For those seeking leisure there is a range of facilities available including a health club, a swimming pool and a sauna. This luxury hotel near the main train station even has its own nightclub! Guest rooms are immaculate and come fitted with all the amenities you need to enjoy a comfortable stay. Should you require anything else while you’re away, the friendly staff are always on hand and will be happy to help.
Munich has numerous great attractions for you to see during the day. Many choose to visit St. Jacobs Square, where you’ll find several points of interest. The medieval City Museum, which lies on one side of the square, is certainly worth a visit if you’d like to discover the city’s history. You’ll also find the Jewish synagogue and museum in this area. For the art connoisseur, the Alte and Neue Pinakotheks are a must visit attraction. Both galleries contain masterpieces by artists such as Van Gogh and Dürer. Alternatively, the English Garden is a picturesque park which is a great place to take a tranquil walk.
If you’re looking for an unparalleled shopping experience, Munich will not disappoint. Viktualienmarkt is a first-rate food market, which offers some of the finest local delicacies – look no further if you’d like to sample some Bavarian cuisine. For clothing, there are numerous districts for you to try. Maximilianstrasse Boulevard is home to several exclusive designer boutiques and is ideal if you’re into high-end fashion. Alternatively, Kaufingerstrasse and Marienplatz offer great high street shopping, with a range of brand stores.
The city has a number of critically acclaimed restaurants, so you’ll have no trouble finding somewhere to dine in the evening. Tantris is a refined venue which serves delicious continental cuisine. With an alluring atmosphere and great service, this is the perfect restaurant to spend a romantic evening. After dinner, why not end the day in one of Munich’s top bars and clubs? Bayerischer Hof Night Club provides superb entertainment and a great choice of drinks. The thriving atmosphere and live music make it a great spot to dance the night away.
We hope you enjoy your stay in Munich!