In The Netherlands tourist accommodation tax is called Toeristenbelasting.
A levy per person per night is charged in almost all of the 421 municipalities with the majority charging a set amount that varies according to grade and accommodation type. The remainder either charge a percentage, which may also vary by hotel grade/accommodation type, or nothing.
Below is a snapshot of the amount charged in the main tourist centres:
Detailed information can be found on the Cijfer Nieuws website. The summary page is here with a link to each province below, where you can find detailed information of the levy applicable in each municipality.
| PROVINCE || MAIN MUNICIPALITIES |
| DRENTHE || Emmen |
| FLEVOLAND || Lelystad |
| FRIESLAND || Herenvereen, Leeuwarden |
| GELDERLAND || Apeldoorn (Het Loo Palace), Nijmegen |
| GRONINGEN || Groningen |
| LIMBURG || Maastricht |
| NOORD-BRABANT || Eindhoven |
| NOORD-HOLLAND || Aalsmeer, Amsterdam, Edam-Volendam, Harlemmermeer (Schiphol) |
| OVERIJSSEL || Enschede (zero tax), Zwolle |
| UTRECHT || Amersfoort (zero tax), Oude, Utrecht |
| ZEELAND || Borsele (zero tax), Goes, Middelburg, Vlissingen |
| ZUID-HOLLAND || Delft, Den Haag, Gouda (zero tax), Leiden, Noordwijk, Rotterdam |