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Near Hotel de L’Europe:
0.4 km Amsterdam Museum
0.8 km Hermitage Amsterdam
1.1 km Rijksmuseum

0.2 km Canal Tour
0.6 km Madame Tussauds
1.2 km Heineken Experience

16.2 km Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

 Railroad Station
1.2 km Amsterdam Central Station
3.1 km Station Amsterdam Muiderpoort
3.4 km Station Amsterdam Amstel

 Congress Centers
3.2 km Amsterdam RAI
3.8 km World Trade Center Amsterdam

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Nieuwe Doelenstraat 2 – 14,  Amsterdam  |  Old Center |   EUR 289 – EUR 1,139

Hotel De L’Europe Amsterdam offers luxurious accommodation along the Amstel River, in the heart of the city. This 5-star hotel includes an indoor swimming pool with views of the canals, a fitness area and a waterside terrace.

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