4* Amsterdam Break with Unique Hotel & Return Flights £99pp

Looking for something unique and different? have a ganders at this amazing spa break to Amsterdam.

The price of £99 each includes return flights and a 2 night stay at this really unique hotel.

There are various options available to choose from which you can check out HERE.


  • Where: Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • What’s included: Return flights, and two or three nights at the 4* Inntel Amsterdam Zaandam with spa access.
  • Travel dates: Travel on selected dates from 20th Jan-30th Jun 2018 (see Fine Print for details)
  • From: London Gatwick, Luton, Southend, Edinburgh or Manchester.
  • Area: Explore the many stunning galleries and museums on offer, as well as the fascinating Anne Frank Museum, Vondelpark, and the tranquil canals.


Thought Amsterdam was all brightly coloured tulips, meandering canals, cultural gems and a laid-back vibe? It is! Find out for yourself…

We’re offering you a two-night 4* Amsterdam spa break including flights from just £99pp.

A true postmodern masterpiece of architecture and design, the 4* Inntel Amsterdam Zaandam is the perfect spot from which to explore Holland’s famous capital. Its design pays homage to the traditional stacked housing of the Zaan region, offering a bright, bold, colourful and luxurious modern twist on local heritage. Inside, you’ll find spacious, modern accommodation, Wi Fi access throughout and a fantastic range of spa facilities within the Wellness Club, including the heated swimming pool, Finnish sauna and Turkish steam bath. Here, you’ll be staying for two nights in a stylish en-suite bedroom, complete with TV.

This amazing hotel not only has outstanding reviews on TripAdvisor and an average rating of 4.5/5 but it has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence Award.

CLICK HERE to read the reviews for yourself.


Boasting endless canals and beautiful architecture, Amsterdam is the city that keeps on giving. Packed with galleries and museums, there’s something for everyone, from the Rijksmuseum, which houses the country’s largest collection of art, to the Rembrandt House Museum, located within a building bought by one of the world’s best painters in 1639. For those interested in the poignant and emotional history of Amsterdam throughout World War Two, Anne Frank’s House at Prinsengracht 263 is undoubtedly a must-see. But Amsterdam isn’t just a hot spot for history. For more adventurous visitors, we suggest a trip to the Sexmuseum, or why not hire one of the city’s many bikes, and take a trip through the canal band, over winding waterways hedged by fabulous architecture? Stop at the Vondelpark for a picnic or head inside to one of the many restaurants and bars. Bliss…

This holiday is financially protected by the ATOL scheme.


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