07 Apr 2008: The IBC show
IBC (11-16 Sep 2008) is the world's best event for everyone involved in the creation, management and delivery of content for the entertainment industry. For 5 days RAI will be home for companies showcasing the latest technology and foremost business ideas in broadcasting and new media - business will be done, technologies will be launched and industry issues will be dabated. D-Cinema, Mobile TV, Digital Signage, and IPTV - all halls are themed given the visitors the ability to easily find what they want.
International business travelers frequently travel between the world's major event and trade fair venues. It is usually rather difficult to find suitable hotel rooms - especially during high season, event or exhibition periods, like this show in Amsterdam run by the industry for the industry.
Accommodations in Amsterdam come in a wide variety- from luxury landmark hotels to cozy boutique hotels overlooking the canal. Groups of travelers may appreciate self-catering apartments or bed and breakfast, while people on budget may look for cheap hotels and hostels. It’s perhaps best to choose based on either price level or location. Amsterdam is a busy tourist destination and it is advisable to book accommodation well in advance.
We recommend you to contact your travel agent to give you the ability to easily book your hotel room for IBC show.
Amsterdam has a number of the landmarks hotels, which stand out above the hundreds of hotels in town. Among the there are the old and dignified historic hotels and the modern, international hotels as, along with several other excellent, five-star hotels. Of course the most popular hotels for sight-seeing are located around Dam Square. Hotel, situated on a historical canal street gives you easy access to the most well-known touristic attractions of Amsterdam within a few minutes' walk: the Royal Palace on Dam Square, the well-known shopping streets like 'Kalverstraat' and 'Nieuwendijk', the 'Beurs van Berlage', Madam Tussaud's and the famous Amsterdam round-trip canal boats. And of course you can walk to the Central Station having convenient transport to the RAI Exhibition center.
The city of Amsterdam has allocated more hotel rooms than ever to IBC, however 2008 is expecting to be record-breaking year for this year's edition - with well over 40,000 visitors and exhibitors. This means that, once you have registered for the show, your next step should be to reserve your hotel!
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