From Manchester: 2 Nights in Amsterdam,  flights, central boat hotel + breakfast £96.92pp @ Easyjet/Hotelopia
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From Manchester: 2 Nights in Amsterdam, flights, central boat hotel + breakfast £96.92pp @ Easyjet/Hotelopia

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Found 28th Aug 2017
Here is a nice little break to Amsterdam, staying in a central accommodation, which is also a boat hotel and ideally places you for exploring the city.

The dates are on 26-28th November.

Book flights on easyjet.com £84.96

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Book hotel on hotelopia.com VCLOUD_HPIA8 £108.89 with breakfast.

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Total £193.85/£96.92pp
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I've stayed on the botel, its fine, but slightly out of the way, as you need to get the free boat across to central station, and the breakfast is English and continental.
Original Poster
Yes, its a short ferry, but conveniently placed and quite a nice journey. We met friends here when in Amsterdam as we were staying elsewhere. I was a little jealous of the boat hotel, it looked lovely!
what3v3r41 m ago

I've stayed on the botel, its fine, but slightly out of the way, as you …I've stayed on the botel, its fine, but slightly out of the way, as you need to get the free boat across to central station, and the breakfast is English and continental.



Saved me having to point out the Botel is not centrally located.
If memory serves, I think the boats from there may stop running around midnight...
Boss, can I get a days off?...
I'm working on the NDSMwerf side of the river now. Ferry is every 15mins during mon-fri rush hour and every 30 mins after that and weekends. And yes they stop at 23:30/00:00
Edited by: "Morrow00" 28th Aug 2017
Original Poster
The ferry stopping between midnight and 7am isn't a problem. The boat hotel website states "The NDSM-ferry doesn’t operate at night. You then take the 24 hour Buiksloterwegveer. Our complimentary shuttle bus operates between the Botel and the ferry". Its also mentioned by quite a few people on TripAdvisor reviews.

I think the location is perfect and best of all its free to get too and from your hotel, not a tram journey away.

More info Here
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 28th Aug 2017
I have used their shuttle bus after the ferry stops. One of the scariest car journeys I have had. The guy drove flat out the whole way back to the hotel.
Window shopping?
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