Hotel V is one of the city’s best bets for traveling singles because of its proximity to area attractions, as well as its trendy staff that prides itself on providing a slice of life experience for tourists.
The city is a major draw for singles because of its relaxed social norms, legal sex districts and liberal drug laws, all of which attract pleasure seekers of every age, sexual orientation and gender.But to reduce Amsterdam to its seedier side would be a disservice to its rich history, culture and eclecticism, and singles in search of these riches will not be disappointed.When visiting a city, it is important to select a hotel that perfectly suits your needs.Amsterdam offers a myriad of lodging options; however, some properties are more singles-friendly than others.The hotel is housed in an intimate, 19th-century building that offers 17 individually decorated guest rooms in single, double or triple bed configurations.
Guest room amenities include mini bars, cable TV, private bathrooms and complimentary Wi-Fi access.
Hotel amenities include a breakfast restaurant and off-site parking for a fee.
Hotel V Weteringschans 136 Amsterdam 1017XV The Netherlands 011--233 Hotel Rembrandt Amsterdam Plantage Middenlaan 17 Amsterdam 1018DA The Netherlands 011--714 Amsterdam is teeming with a range of cultural attractions.
With more than 50 museums, Holland’s oldest zoo, vibrant city squares, parks and nearly 1,300 bridges at their disposal, single travelers have an abundance of sightseeing options to fill their time.
Must-see attractions include the Van Gogh Museum, which features hundreds of the Dutch artist's paintings; Artis Zoo, a sprawling wonderland with a planetarium, botanical gardens and a zoological museum; Vondelpark, a spacious city park that attracts nearly 10 million visitors per year; and the Royal Palace, a stunning 17th-century masterpiece located in the heart of Dam Square.
Walking or biking across a few of Amsterdam’s 1,280 bridges is an alternative way to take in city sights.