On the 17th of January 2015 we celebrate the first Disabled Access Day. This day is created in order to raise awareness about accessibility and allow everyone to enjoy leisure and tourism around worldwide. For this special day we have created a special package so everyone can discover Amsterdam.
The package can be booked arriving on the 16th of January and departing on the 19th of January 2015. The special deal includes:
The price for this packge is €395,- per person.
You will stay at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Amsterdam Central station. This accessible 4-star hotel is situated right in the city centre. It's only a 5 minute stroll to the Oudezijds Voorburgwal, one of the oldest streets of Amsterdam. The Skylounge, which can be reached by elevator, is fully accessible and has a wheelchair accessible toilet. The hotel is located along the river ''t IJ' and the Skylounge offers great views on the river and the city centre. The Dam Square, the Nieuwmarkt, the Old Church, the Jordaan and the Red Light District can all be reached within 15 minutes. In the Haarlemmerstraat you'll find some really nice shopping opportunities, since the shops all have ramps.
The Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Amsterdam provides the best accessibility in town and is highly recommended to people with limited mobility.
The hotel has the following facilities:
Terms and conditions
Book before the 1st of December 2014. The prices are fixed prices based on 2 people per room. At least 8 people have to book this package in order to guarantee the price. The rooms can be booked individually with 2 people or can be booked for a group.
How to receive more information?
On the right side of this page, you can request more information about this offer. You can enter the dates of your visit and the number of people. We will personally discuss your wishes and requirements by email or telephone, before any bookings are made.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email your travel consultant Veroniek Maat: email@example.com.
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