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Het Kabinet

Oud Zuid, Amsterdam (0.3 miles from Albert Cuyp Market)

Located in Amsterdam, a 7-minute walk from Heineken Experience and a 8-minute walk from Carre Theater, Het Kabinet offers accommodations with free WiFi access.

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9.6
Exceptional
80 reviews
Price from
$148
per night

Hotel Asterisk 3 star superior

Hotel in Amsterdam City Center, Amsterdam (0.2 miles from Albert Cuyp Market)

Asterisk Hotel offers 3-star superior accommodations in 2 restored 19th century buildings in the center of Amsterdam.

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9.1
Awesome
1,880 reviews
Price from
$66
per night

BB Museumquarter

Oud Zuid, Amsterdam (0.4 miles from Albert Cuyp Market)

BB Museumquarter is located in Amsterdam, a 6-minute walk from Museum Square and 2625 feet from Rijksmuseum.

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9.8
Exceptional
83 reviews
Price from
$241
per night

Park Mansion Centre

Hotel in Oud Zuid, Amsterdam (0.6 miles from Albert Cuyp Market)

Park Mansion Center offers a luxurious suite with opulent period-style décor and free Wi-Fi, overlooking Vondelpark and a 4 minutes’ walk from Leidseplein.

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9.9
Exceptional
68 reviews
Price from
$231
per night

Studio Jan Steen

Oud Zuid, Amsterdam (0.4 miles from Albert Cuyp Market)

Studio Jan Steen is located in the Oud Zuid district in Amsterdam, also called "Latin Quarter". It is 1969 feet from Carre Theater.

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9.7
Exceptional
80 reviews

Garden Suite Centre

Oud Zuid, Amsterdam (0.6 miles from Albert Cuyp Market)

This modern loft-style apartment with free WiFi benefits from a roof terrace, fresh flowers plus free food and wines.

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10
Exceptional
60 reviews
Price from
$297
per night

Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

Sometimes it takes a while for love to bloom. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is a great example. This ornate Russian Revival cathedral was built at the end of the 19th century, when Estonia was part of the Russian Empire. Considered by many to be an emblem of imperial oppression, it was scheduled for demolition in 1924. However, that never happened, and here it stands a century later as one of Tallinn’s most iconic landmarks.

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