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Destination fact sheet

Amsterdam (Ville)

The Dutch capital, Amsterdam, has the strongest economic appeal: many multinational companies are opening, or already have, their headquarters in the city.

The city of historic canals classified as a UNESCO world heritage site managed to develop business tourism through its transport infrastructures and its high capacity for hosting MICE events. Moreover, leisure tourism is very developed whether it is for discovering Dutch cultural heritage through the masterpieces of Van Gogh or Rembrandt, or for sailing on the Amstel Canal, discovering its "coffee shops", or for exploring its history through the House of Anne Frank.

Amsterdam’s hotel chain supply continued to expand in 2017 to reach 26,700 rooms.

Key information

26 700 rooms Corporate operated chain supply as of 01/01/2017 (rooms)
85,5% Occupancy rate in 2016
135,6 € Average daily rate VAT incl. in 2016 (€)
116,0 € RevPAR VAT incl. in 2016 (€)

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