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Hotel Aalders
Hotel Aalders

Jan Luykenstraat 13-15 (0.1 km from Moco Museum)

Featuring a bar Hotel Aalders is conveniently located in the green and picturesque museum district of Amsterdam. Stedelijk Museum Rijksmuseum.and other famous attractions are within walking distance of the property.

Very good 1934 reviews
Max Brown Hotel Museum Square
Max Brown Hotel Museum Square

Jan Luijkenstraat 40-46 (0.2 km from Moco Museum)

Max Brown Hotel Museum Square lies around the corner from the famous Vondelpark right in Amsterdam’s chic museum district. It offers compact boutique-style rooms with flat-screen cable TV and private bathrooms.

Good 942 reviews
Hotel JL No76
Hotel JL No76

Jan Luijkenstraat 76 (0.2 km from Moco Museum)

Hotel JL №76 is a 4-star hotel housed in 2 completely renovated 18th-century mansions in the heart of Amsterdam's museum and fashion district. It offers design rooms with luxury features and individually designed wallpaper.

Very good 1652 reviews
XO Hotels Van Gogh
XO Hotels Van Gogh

Van De Veldestraat 5 (0.2 km from Moco Museum)

This design hotel is within 300 metres of Rijksmuseum Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum. It offers modern accommodation with free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.

Very good 3422 reviews
Hotel Fita
Hotel Fita

Jan Luykenstraat 37 (0.2 km from Moco Museum)

Personal service and hospitality in the heart of Amsterdam make this cosy family hotel a great base for your relaxing break. Enjoy the simple elegant guest rooms and free Wi-Fi.

Very good 1252 reviews
Prestige Hotel
Prestige Hotel

P.c Hooftstraat 63 (0.2 km from Moco Museum)

Boutique Hotel Maxime is located in the fashion & art district of Amsterdam. Find yourself surrounded by famous museums and shops in the city centre. The minimalistic but luxurious rooms are designed by architect Jen Alkema.

Good 563 reviews
Hotel Bellington
Hotel Bellington

P.c. Hooftstraat 78-80 (0.2 km from Moco Museum)

Hotel Bellington is situated in the most exclusive shopping street of Amsterdam a 5-minute walk from both the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. There is free Wi-Fi.

Good 685 reviews
Hotel Vossius Vondelpark
Hotel Vossius Vondelpark

Vossiusstraat 8 (0.3 km from Moco Museum)

This hotel is situated in 2 restored historic buildings opposite of Vondelpark only 450 metres from Leidseplein. Hotel Vossius offers a computer for guests to use and a 24-hour front desk.

Good 1302 reviews

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The Red Light District Amsterdam Centrum (RLDAC) is an iconic destination in the Netherlands and a must-see attraction for many visitors. Located in the city’s oldest region, it has been a focal point of Dutch culture and history for centuries.

The RLDAC is home to over 20 different canals, with narrow streets lined by 16th century buildings. It's most distinctive feature, however, are its infamous red light windows; clusters of illuminated cubicles that act as shop fronts for sex workers. The area also has a reputation for its lively nightlife, with numerous pubs, bars, live music venues and discos scattered throughout. It's also known for its vibrant art scene, particularly street art and graffiti which can be seen on many of the walls and alleyways.

In addition to its more risqué attractions, the RLDAC also offers plenty to explore during the day – such as museums, galleries, shops and eateries – making it perfect for anyone looking to take in some traditional Dutch culture while visiting Amsterdam. There are also many boat tours available to explore the canal routes as well as guided walking tours around this fascinating area of the city allowing visitors to get up close and personal with its unique atmosphere.

The RLDAC itself has had a turbulent past; having undergone extensive redevelopment since World War II in order to clean up the district’s image – culminating in the creation of one of Amsterdam’s largest parks – Nieuwmarkt Square - which now stands at its centre.

Today, however, it remains one of Amsterdam’s most popular visitor destinations despite sometimes receiving negative press due to its association with prostitution and drug use; attracting both locals and international tourists alike who come from far and wide to experience this historic part of town.