10% discount on your next booking!


Remember, the Hotelopia 12% discount code remains active until the 31st March.
Do you already know where you wish to spend your holiday?  Just use the code  042010 on the booking form to get a 10% discount on your stay.

For bookings made between today and 31/03/2012
For stays from now until 31/12/2012

Tuesday 20 March 2012 10:55 | Published by | Category: Hotelopia Promotions

10% discount with Hotelopia



Click on the image, type the code in the booking form and get your 10% discount

Code: 042010


*For reservations effective today until 31/03/2012

*For stays from today until 31/12/2012

Thursday 15 March 2012 16:20 | Published by | Category: Hotelopia Promotions

Den Bosch


Old canals, perfectly preserved buildings and interesting museums await you in the city of Den Bosch, in the south of Holland. Being less than 50 miles from Amsterdam and an easy train ride away, makes it easy to combine the two! The famous painter, Jheronimus Bosch, lived and worked here until he died. Much of the original medieval structure of Den Bosch is still intact today. Visit the St. Jan’s Cathedral, which is the pride of the city. Take a boat trip underneath the city or a cycle tour along the fortifications. Or perhaps visit one of little bistro’s along the Korte Putstraat in Den Bosch. Come and visit Holland’s most hospitable city.

Monday 13 February 2012 18:37 | Published by Hotelopiauk | Category: General Tourism

Arnhem and Nijmegen


Arnhem and Nijmegen are surrounded by beautiful nature in the east of Holland. These two charming cities combine nature, culture and events. Founded by the Romans, Nijmegen is the oldest city in Holland and is set high above the river Waal in the midst of dense woodlands and hills. In this bustling, lively city you’ll find treasured historic buildings and parks. Enjoy the view from the lively Waalkade, perhaps in combination with a visit to Holland Casino Nijmegen. Arnhem, the award winning city centre and fashion capital of Holland, is perfect for shopping, with its modern shopping centres and specialist shops. From 1 June – 3 July 2011 it will host the Arnhem Fashion Biennale which showcases the most recent developments in international fashion design in an innovative and exciting way. Museums of interest in Nijmegen and Arnhem include Museum Het Valkhof, Afrika Museum, Dutch Open Air Museum , Museum of Modern Art Arnhem , Airborne Museum ‘Hartenstein’, Kröller-Müller Museum , Netherlands Water Museum, and National Liberation Museum (1944-1945).

Monday 6 February 2012 15:19 | Published by Hotelopiauk | Category: General Tourism



Eindhoven is unmistakeably the most adventurous city in the south of Holland. As the country’s fifth-largest city, it offers everything you need to make life enjoyable! A bustling city centre with a huge variety of shops, numerous bars, pubs and restaurants, welcoming terraces, a lively nightlife, an overflowing events calendar and art & culture of the highest quality! The cultural nightlife in Eindhoven is booming! Stages such as the Effenaar, Dynamo, Pop-Ei, Parktheater and Plaza Futura are internationally renowned. The Van Abbemuseum hosts contemporary art and brings world-class exhibitions to Eindhoven. In short, Eindhoven is an inspiring city.

Wednesday 1 February 2012 9:21 | Published by Hotelopiauk | Category: General Tourism



Located on the Northern coast of the Netherlands, Groningen is  the lively provincial capital with its well attended markets and shops and  its great variety of pubs and restaurants. Due to the enormous amount of students (55.000 out of a population of 190.000 inhabitants), Groningen is known as the “youngest” city in Holland. This explaines why Groningen has an highly attractive nightlife scene.  The city is also the cultural heart of Northern Netherlands with its museums, theatres and numerous festivals. See the traces of its rich past in addition to new high-profile and architectural buildings, like the famous Groningen Museum by the architect Mendini .
Rich in culture, history and architecture, young, open and hospitable, right on top of everything. Groningen will grab you immediately.

Tuesday 31 January 2012 9:21 | Published by Hotelopiauk | Category: General Tourism



Rotterdam is one of Europe’s most vibrant and multicultural cities. Its contemporary style is clearly represented by its architecture with the city almost resembling a mini-Manhattan. In the culinary field all the cuisines of the world are represented catering to every taste. Rotterdam also presents a vibrant musical scene and is rich in festivals and events taking place all year round.

Dynamic Modern city
Rotterdam is a dynamic city situated on the borders of the river Maas.  Dutch architecture is renowned for pushing the bounderies and Rotterdam is considered to be the modern architectural capital of Holland. Rotterdam had to rebuild from scratch after the heart of the city was destroyed during WW II. As a result, a modern and new Rotterdam has risen from the ashes giving it the nickname: Manhattan on the Meuse.
The Rotterdam skyline is dominated by the Euromast tower, which stands at 185 meters. It boasts a panoramic view lift, a restaurant and two luxury hotel suites. The Erasmus Bridge is one of the icons of Rotterdam. One of Holland’s most famous bridges, designed by Ben van Berkel, was officially opened by Queen Beatrix in 1996 as an important connection between the North and the South of Rotterdam. The so-called cube houses are also one of Rotterdam’s icons. Forty conventional houses were tilted 45 degrees to become the first cube-shaped houses of Holland. Splashtours offers city tours ‘with a difference’ with a spectacular dive into the Meuse river.

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Friday 27 January 2012 14:15 | Published by Hotelopiauk | Category: General Tourism


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Amsterdam beholds the picturesque postcard image of Holland with its 17th century   ring of canals and houses. It’s the capital of Holland with a vibrant atmosphere but also a symbol of the relaxed Dutch way of life. Amsterdam is home to some of the most prestigious museums and galleries of Holland.

With over 50 museums, Amsterdam is a haven for culture enthusiasts. Some of Amsterdam’s most famous museums include the Rijksmuseum with its golden age exhibition, The Van Gogh museum with a permanent collection of over 200 paintings,  the Anne Frank House dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank and the Hermitage Amsterdam, a dependence of the famous Hermitage museum of Saint Petersburg, Russia.
For the more curious, you can visit atypical museums such as the Museum of Bags & Purses or the Houseboat Museum. For an interactive experience, visit the Heineken brewery where you will learn about the brand in 4D. Visit also the trendy House of Bols to discover the secrets of Bols Liqueurs and Genevers produced in Amsterdam since 1575.

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Wednesday 25 January 2012 10:30 | Published by Hotelopiauk | Category: General Tourism,Travel News

The Hague


The Hague is an amazing versatile city. It is known to have an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere. It is the seat of the Dutch Parliament and the city of residence of Queen Beatrix and houses the rich historical past of the Dutch Royal family. It is the only Dutch city where it is possible to stroll along the beach within 10 minutes of the city centre. The Hague is reputable for its antique galleries, fresh seafood dishes an its picturesque green open spaces.

Royal landmarks
The 18th century classic and baroque styles and grand stately mansions on ‘Lange Voorhout’ are unique to The Hague. The Lange Voorhout palace was bought by Prince Hendrik, son of King William I in 1845 and is now open to the public. The Escher museum housed in Lange Voorhout Palace is also open to the public. The Noordeinde Palace is owned by Holland’s royal family, and although visitors are not permitted to enter this Dutch landmark, they can stroll around the formal palace gardens which are referred to as the ‘Paleistuin’. One of the most beautiful green open spaces has to be the ‘Hofvijver’ (Court Pond) lake located in front of the government complex the ‘Binnenhof’. Mauritshuis, next to the Binnenhof, is housed in a 17th-century palace overlooking the lake, the Royal Picture Gallery contains the former collection of William the V.

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Monday 23 January 2012 9:20 | Published by Hotelopiauk | Category: General Tourism

Early Booking + 10% discount



Thanks to Hotelopia you can take advantage of a double-barrelled promotion.

Early booking discount

Find the best hotels at knock-down prices just by planning your summer holidays now, we’re so generous that we’ll give you an aditional 10% discount on your booking.

What are you waiting for? Discounts are running out!

Introduce the following discount code and enjoy your next holiday: Early10

Book now!

Friday 13 January 2012 15:30 | Published by Diana | Category: Travel News

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