Hotels are safe environments for travelers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus COVID However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Amsterdam. For more advice, please view our information page on what to know about coronavirus COVID and travel. You should also consider staying close to Station Amsterdam Centraal. Station Amsterdam Centraal being one of the most popular landmarks in Amsterdam, many travelers enjoy staying close by. The Park Plaza Victoria is located very close to Central Station and is complete with a restaurant, bar, and indoor pool.
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Fun hostel with friendly atmosphere and great location very close to Dam Square. Common areas are always busy with travellers hanging out and meeting each other. Chilling lounge with pillows in the smoking area, vibrant hostel bar with cheap drinks and local DJs playing every weekend. Regular events like beer pong, pool competition, karaoke nights and more.
My Rainbow Rooms is Lisbon's finest, exclusively male, gay guest house. This luxurious apartment, completely renovated in , is centrally located in a quiet residential area in the heart of the capital, only two minutes walking from Saldanha subway station, on both the Metro's Yellow and Red Lines. Accommodation As the demanding gay traveler would expect, all of our bright and airy rooms are individually decorated to the highest standards and feature thick terry cloth robes and towels, Egyptian cotton linen on fluffy down comforters and pillows. And, after a hard day exploring Lisbon, we're sure you'll appreciate our three luxurious bathrooms with heated floors and spacious 2 person showers. Services and activities If you prefer socializing, you'll appreciate our Guest Lounge, which opens onto our balcony, where our guests who wish to indulge in a cigarette will find ash trays.
Relatively liberal attitudes in the first half of the 20th century led to the establishment of the first Dutch gay magazines, Levensrecht and Wij. The outbreak of World War II meant setbacks as Nazi occupation led to the oppression of homosexuality in the Netherlands. Real progress was made from the s on, leading to the formation of many LGBT groups and the release of the Gay Krant magazine. For any visitor looking for up-to-the-minute information on the Amsterdam gay scene, the Pink Point found close to the Anne Frank House at Westerkerk provides an excellent overview. The friendly folks behind the counter at this gay tourist information stand are always willing to help with maps, club night listings and insider advice.