World of Hyatt

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Zaanse Schans Windmills

Only 20 kilometres outside Amsterdam, you can get up close to an iconic symbol of the Netherlands: the windmill. Visitors can tour the well-preserved collection of historic windmills and museums.

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Den Burgh

An old farm-turned-fine-dining restaurant, Den Burgh offers hearty Dutch dishes such as rib-eye and smoked salmon in an inviting and rustic atmosphere.



This Dutch national museum celebrates the rich history and vibrant art of Amsterdam. Although it’s particularly well known for its collection of Dutch Golden Age paintings by Rembrandt and Johannes Vermeer, there are plenty of other fine art pieces worth seeing.



Sixteen miles northeast of Amsterdam lies the traditional fishing village of Marken. This charming seaside getaway was an island until 1957 when engineers connected it to the mainland via a causeway. The well-preserved destination is a fun spot to explore.

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Anne Frank House

Tour this house-museum the famous Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank lived in while she hid from Nazi persecution.


Zandvoort Beach

Zandvoort is a popular beach destination not far from Amsterdam with clean sandy beaches, popular beach bars and family activities.

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This magnificent concert hall built in the 1800s hosts an array of classical music performances throughout the year.



Wander along canals straight out of a storybook in this captivating city located only 15 miles north of Amsterdam. Don’t leave without sampling the town’s most famous product, cheese covered in red or yellow wax.

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Moooi Brand Store

This luxurious showroom showcases iconic furniture designs by the internationally renowned Dutch designer Marcel Wanders—also the designer of Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht.


EYE Filmmuseum

This hip museum dedicated to the history of film features a café, exhibitions and spectacular architecture. It’s located in a buzzing quarter of town, just 15 minutes away by bike.



Major headliners and pop acts perform at this internationally renowned venue on their world tours. It’s worth checking the schedule to see who’s playing while you're in town.


Magna Plaza

Formerly the main Amsterdam post office, this late 19th-century neo-Gothic building is now home to a large shopping mall with fashion, food and more.


Het Marnix

Go for a swim in this upscale facility’s two heated pools or relax in the sauna on the rooftop terrace.

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The Amstel

Water from the Amstel River flows through Amsterdam’s famed canals. Bike alongside the river or opt for a boat tour. In some parts, you’ll find locals swimming.

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Amsterdam Duck Store

Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman created giant floating sculptures of rubber ducks that have become famous around the world. Bring home a cute rubber duck to remind you of your time in Amsterdam.


Sportcentrum Amstelpark

Enjoy a lively game of tennis year-round on the indoor-outdoor courts at this sports complex.



Go for a stroll or bike through this sprawling public park that features an open-air theatre, several playgrounds, ponds and café-bars.

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Albert Cuyp Markt

This street market is the place to go for a taste of the real Amsterdam. You’ll find fruit and vegetables, flowers, clothes, fresh herrings and hot stroopwafels—a Dutch delicacy made with caramel-like syrup sandwiched between two thin waffles.

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Negen Straatjes

Soak up the atmosphere at this hip and quirky shopping quarter, just a few minutes from the hotel on foot. You’ll find eclectic boutiques, charming restaurants and cafés and cosy bookstores.



You’ll find everything from leather accessories to delicious street food at this colourful outdoor market, open Monday through Saturday.

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Moco Museum

This contemporary art museum housed in a 20th-century townhouse features art by legendary artists Banksy, Roy Lichtenstein and Icy & Scott, as well as a Marcel Wanders installation in the garden. It’s only a 15-minute walk from the hotel.



This popular local farmer’s market is a colourful and lively spot where you can find organic cheese, bread, fish, honey, fruit and flowers as well as antiques, jewellery, paintings and more.

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Founded in 1862, Bloemenmarkt is a famous floating flower market where you can find bulbs, single flowers or entire bouquets from flower stands connected to houseboats, as well as Dutch souvenirs.

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Winkel 43

Head to this cosy café in Jordaan, the Jewish quarter, for appeltaart, a Dutch take on apple pie that’s packed with large chunks of apple and topped with decadent whipped cream.



Jam to jazz and improvised music at one of Amsterdam’s most popular jazz halls.


Dutch National Opera and Ballet

Get glammed up and enjoy an unforgettable night at the opera or ballet on this famed Amsterdam stage.


Royal Palace Amsterdam

Walk in the footsteps of the Dutch royal family as you tour the halls and rooms of the Royal Palace, which is open to visitors most times of the year.


Keukenhof Gardens and Tulip Farms

Snap selfies as you admire tulip fields bursting into brilliant colour at Keukenhof Gardens, just 21 miles outside Amsterdam. This garden is only open in the spring.

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Van Gogh Museum

Dedicated entirely to the Netherlands’ most famous painter, Vincent Van Gogh, this museum houses many of his masterpieces, including “Self-Portrait” and “Sunflowers,” as well as a collection of rare French fin-de-siècle prints.


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