HOTELS

IDFA is very happy to offer its guests discount rates at several preferred hotels within walking distance of the main festival venues. Alternatively, make your reservations through Booking.com via the banner below to support filmmakers in developing countries at no extra cost to you.

Preferred hotels

IDFA is happy to offer its guests discount rates at several of Amsterdam's finest hotels, within walking distance of the main festival locations and industry venues centered around Muntplein.

NH Carlton
Vijzelstraat 4
1017 HK Amsterdam
Standard room, single use
€160,00 per room per night, including breakfast
Standard room, double use
€175,90 per room per night, including breakfast
NH City Centre
Spuistraat 288-292
1012 VX Amsterdam
Standard room, single use
€170,00 per room per night, including breakfast
Standard room, double use
€185,90 per room per night, including breakfast

Booking.com

Through IDFA's partnership with Booking.com, you support filmmakers in developing countries while enjoying the convenience of the very best in online travel reservations. If you reserve with Booking.com using the banner below, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to benefit the IDFA Bertha Fund at no extra cost to you. The Fund offers support to festivals and filmmakers in developing countries.

Free accommodation

• If your personal invitation states that IDFA will pay for your hotel, please contact our Guest Services. They will make your hotel reservation.
• IDFA Guest Services will only book hotels for filmmakers with a film in the 2016 program and special delegates.
• Filmmakers with a film in one of the competition programs and the Masters, Best of Fests and Panorama sections are offered three or four hotel nights by the festival. For filmmakers with films in other IDFA program sections the festival offers two or three nights.
• IDFA does not offer accommodation to Dutch filmmakers with a film in the festival program.
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