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Leonardo Hotel Almere City Center

Koetsierbaan 2, 1315 SE Almere
10-minute walk from Central Station
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Almere

The city of Almere is a surprising place to explore. Imagined by architects in the 1970s, it’s the newest city in the Netherlands, and beyond the considered constructions in the urban centre, nature still reigns, with 42km of beautiful coastline and the nearby reserves ensuring that the area’s indigenous wildlife flourishes. There’s plenty to see and do here for those visiting for work or leisure, and if you need an Almere hotel from which to explore, you should look no further than the Apollo Hotel Almere City Centre.

Get your bearings

Almere lies just 30 minutes’ drive east of Amsterdam and has a dynamic business hub, complete with the WTC Almere Conference Centre. But the biggest attractions are the nearby Oostvaardersplassen and Lepelaarsplassen nature reserves, and the Almeerderhout woodlands, where cycling and hiking routes place visitors in the heart of the natural environment.

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Those who want a more energetic experience in Almere have a choice of activities, thanks to the range of watersports on offer, including fishing, sailing, canoeing and wakeboarding from Almere Haven Beach. After something a little more relaxing? Thermen La Mer day spa is the place to go if you want to unwind.

While you’re there

In a location designed by architects, it’s no surprise that there are walking and cycling tours that take in some of the most distinctive and remarkable structures in Almere city centre, including The Wave by René van Zuuk and the glass and foil-clad La Defense by Caroline Bos. Arts fans should also pay a visit to the waterside KAF cultural centre, which hosts three auditoriums and was designed by Japanese architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa.

The city of Almere is a surprising place to explore. Imagined by architects in the 1970s, it’s the newest city in the Netherlands, and beyond the...
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