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The 3-star modern Amsterdam Tropen Hotel sits in the cosmopolitan area of Dapperbuurt, famous for its market. The on-site bar and restaurant Brasserie La Vistas looks out over the peaceful Oosterpark, and at the hotel’s 24 hour reception desk you can hire a bike to pedal your way around the city. The Amsterdam Tropen Hotel’s rooms display a sense of contemporary style and have a terrace or balcony, as well as a private bathroom, stocked with toiletries, satellite TV, a selection of pillows and free wifi access.
This unique hotel offers simply-furnished rooms aboard a boat in the centre of Amsterdam. Amstel Botel is located on the River IJ and includes a bar. It has a free 10-minute ferry service to Amsterdam Central Station twice every hour. The rooms have either land or views over the River IJ. Each room has a private bathroom and soft duvets. A continental and English-style breakfast buffet is served each morning with sausages, eggs and other warm dishes. Guests can relax in the bar area and play pool, darts or pinball. Amstel Botel also offers free newspapers, a wake-up service and a bike and car-rental service. During nice weather guests can enjoy the terrace.
Amsterdam’s Schipol Airport is really close to the city centre and therefore really easy to get to via a selection of public transport. The easiest way is to hop on the train, which takes around 20 minutes. Alternatively, there are a selection of buses outside the terminals that travel direct to various parts of the city centre. Otherwise there is a busy taxi rank by the airport where you can pick up a quick, cheap cab to your destination.
We also offer you a range of convenient self-catering apartments to rent, each with a private entrance and fully equipped kitchen, from single apartments in various places to the most luxurious canal apartments in the beautiful centre of Amsterdam. We publish here only reviewed accommodation in Amsterdam managed by reliable apartment companies and landlords. You can request to inquire into availability and your special needs.
Located in Zuidas, this romantic hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre, Van Gogh Museum, and Albert Cuyp Market. Rijksmuseum and Heineken Experience are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Schiphol Airport features several excellent hotel options including Sheraton Amsterdam Hotel and Conference Center, CitizenM Schiphol Airport Hotel, and Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Each of these comfortable, contemporary hotels feature on-site cafes or restaurants and are just a short walk to the airport terminal.
Posh boutique hotels join 5-star accommodation in the Grachtengordel canal district, which is home to the city’s four main canals. Dating from the 17th century, this historic region is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Cons: No cotton washcloths No alcohol on the premises Small refrigerator No ice? Limited dining in the area Must take a taxi to/from airport or port, the train is too far to walk with luggage The price the hotel quoted us for the taxi was incorrect. The taxi companies charged more.
This five star bed and breakfast has contemporary rooms with exposed beam ceilings. It’s adults only, so you can enjoy a very grown up stay. Although it’s a B&B, breakfast isn’t served on-site: instead you get a voucher for the celebrated Vlaamsch Broodhuys bakers just along the road.
Amsterdam has three main theatres which host a wide variety of entertainment. The Stadsschouwburg is the former home of the National Ballet and Opera and offers a mixture of contemporary and traditional plays, mainly by Dutch writers.
Right in the heart of the action and just a five-minute walk from the notorious Red Light District, Dam Square lies at the centre of Amsterdam’s main shopping hub. Make sure to visit the Nieuwe Kerk, which regularly features cultural exhibitions. View hotels.
In Amsterdam you can find Amsterdam hotels that accept pets. Hotels of all categories that welcome a dog or cat for a small cleaning surcharge. Many of these hotels are situated next to a park, where you can take your dog out for a walk.
الوصف يوفر ميستر جوردان أماكن إقامة في أمستردام بالقرب من منزل آن فرانك والقصر الملكي – أمستردام، ويبعد مكان الإقامة هذا مسافة 11 دقيقة تقريبًا سيرًا على الأقدام من ساحة دام، كما يقع بالقرب من بورز فان…
Amsterdam is a wonderful open minded city. Most people are friendly and unlike Germany not only the people is more beautiful but their attitude as well. This is my second time to Amsterdam ans it will not be my last one.
Parents with small chidren would probably be most happy to keep themselves out of the main tourist crowds, red light district and noisy bars. We would recommend to get Amsterdam accommodation in the area around Vondelpark, the largest park in Amsterdam that offers a lot of entertainment for kids. For accommodations in and around the park see our page on Vondelpark.
Cons: Asked for a toothbrush, it never arrived. Several plug sockets in the room didn’t work. Spa is very basic, only a sauna available. Breakfast was a bit chaotic with food arranged around an open kitchen – needs improvement.
Hi, I would just like to say that the apartment was fantastic. The location was second to none, it was spacious and clean, and the check in/out was quick and easy. The owner was very friendly and kept in contact. I will definitely be using this accommodation again, provided it is available !!. Thanks
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TV/cable did not work. We called to have it fixed, was assured someone would come to look at it. No one did; kitchen equipment was inadequate, for example only 2 teaspoons; narrow bedrooms require crawling in and out of bed from the foot of the bed. One bathroom overhead light didn’t work. Kick plate under kitchen counter attached with tape and kept falling down.
Amsterdam Airport Schipol is located 9kms outside of the city and there are a number of great hotels nearby. Check out our recommendations of hotels near Amsterdam airport to find the ideal place for you.
If you’ve made it to Amsterdam, you’ll probably want to spend a night (or ten) here; there is far too much to see and do in a day. Amsterdam hotels range from the basic to brilliant, and if you’re looking for an extra unique place to lay your head check out our pick of 10 unusual hotels in Amsterdam. If you’d rather self-cater though, then you should check out some of the city’s short-stay apartments or houseboats.
The new 122-room upscale lifestyle Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht hotel is superb located in the historic center of Amsterdam, on the site of the former Public Library on Amsterdam’s Prinsengracht. It is the first Hyatt hotel in the Netherlands. The hotel is located 14.5 km from Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport and 1.9 km from the Central Train station, in the UNESCO protected canal district and within close walking distance to culture, shopping, dining and nightlife
Pros: Hotel was awesome!! Staying here was an awesome decision. Right next to a metro station, so instant access to city center and everywhere. Hotel was beautiful and everyone was wonderful. Many many amenities and great roof party!
Location The unique Pulitzer Amsterdam, made up of 25 converted canal houses, is 500 meters from Dam Square in the center of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Famous attractions like Anne Frank House and Kalverstraat shopping street are 500 meters away; Central Station is just a 15-minute walk away. Hotel Features The Pulitzer Amsterdam consists of 25 traditional 17th- and 18th-century houses overlooking the Keizersgracht canal. The Jansz restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a contemporary setting. The Pause bistro offers an outdoor terrace for light snacks. The Pulitzers Bar is made up of three intimate lounges, with midnight blue decor and low grey armchairs. There is also a library, free WiFi in public areas, and valet parking is available for a surcharge. Guestrooms Individually decorated with cherrywood furniture and modern artwork, the 80 guestrooms offer satellite flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, phones, premium bedding, and minibars. Bathrooms comes with bathrobes, slippers, hairdryers, and free toiletries. Cribs are available for free.
Bekijk Amsterdam eens van een andere kant: vanaf het water of op de fiets! Varend door de grachten of hoog op het zadel ziet u de 17e-eeuwse huizen, romantische bruggen en woonboten vanuit een heel ander perspectief. Onderweg is er altijd wel een gezellig café waar u de echte Amsterdamse sfeer kunt opsnuiven.
“My girlfriend and I arrived with chest infections – at reception, the young guy with short dark hair was extremely helpful and arranged our doctor’s appointment. He saved my holiday. All other staff were lovely too”
Amsterdam een super mooie stad waar de shoppingstraatjes en pleintjes volledig aan uw verwachtingen voldoen. Super gemakkelijk om de metro en tram te nemen. Ga zeker eens langs bij het new york steakhouse op het Leidse plein!
Hostels are cheap Amsterdam accommodation option where a number of people share one room or a dorm. Cheap hostels are a good alternative for those on a budget, but offer less privacy. They are mostly visited by students and backpackers, thus are popular places to meet fellow travellers. Most of the youth hostels are situated in the city centre and the prices vary from 17 to 30 euros per person. There are also smoking allowed hostels equipped with smoking room.
Budget accommodation can be found just a short walk away from the city centre. Leafy Oud-West, which borders Vondelpark, or vibrant De Pijp are desirable neighbourhoods, which offer a variety of comfortable hotels.
The apartment was perfect for our stay. We were initially hesistant that the noise around Leidesplein may ruin our vacation, but we were surprised that the nosie (even at 4 or 5 in the morning) didn’t bother us! The apartment was clean and very comfortable.
Trance music is very popular in the Netherlands and home to some of the scene’s leading talent, including DJs such as Armin van Buuren and Tiesto. Every October, Amsterdam hosts the Amsterdam Dance Event which is one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world.
Moving slightly further from the city centre, the southern area of Amsterdam is home to top tourist attractions such as the Museum Quarter, Vondelpark and the lively markets of De Pijp. Hotels in this neighbourhood are also great for people looking for a quiet break in Amsterdam rather than a party weekend.
Found in trendy De Pijp, famous for the buzzing Albert Cuyp Market, the easyHotel Amsterdam City Centre South is a modern 2-star budget hotel that’s a short walk from the city’s famous museums. The contemporary-styled reception area is staffed 24 hours a day and staff will be happy to offer advice for exploring this incredible city. The easyHotel Amsterdam City Centre South’s rooms are simple and minimal, and have attractive hardwood floors, individually controlled air conditioning and private en suite shower rooms. The hotel prefers payments by cards for any extra’s.
Cons: I had high hopes for this property upon arrival, but overall was let down. I had the hotel dry clean three silk items, all of which were ruined. It took me over a week to get them to resolve it and in the end, they only paid out 75% of the replacement cost. We were put in a disabled accessible room located right by the elevator (despite not requesting an accessible room). It was loud, the accessible shower allowed water to get all over the bathroom floor. The vanity outlet in the bathroom wouldn’t work and it took them coming out two times to fix it, leaving me unable to do my hair both mornings we were there. Upon arrival, the woman who greeted us (and was apparently training) said that welcome drinks were complimentary for guests. When the man training her joined her to do our check-in in the lounge, he asked if we were in town for anything special. I mentioned it was for my husband’s birthday weekend and he offered to “cover our drinks.” This seemed odd given the woman had just told us they were complimentary. Not sure if he was being underhanded or if the woman training was just mistaken. The whole thing struck me as odd.
Pros: I spent two nights at the NH Barbizon and I only have positive things to say. It was a group of 5 friends and we couldnt be happier with our stay. The hotel in itself is beautifully decorated. The location is excellent across from Amsterdam Central and all the trolleys, but the best part of the hotel was the staff. Daniel helped my friends and I not only with our luggage, but with advice on getting around the city, recommendations for restaurants, and sightseeing. Overall great experience, and upon my return to Amsterdam I will definitely stay here and hope to get assistance from Daniel!
The full-service spa Skins Institute has an infrared sauna, traditional Finnish sauna, Turkish steam bath, 4 treatment rooms for singles and couples, a relax room with a patio along the Amstel River, river-view swimming pool with a jet stream, and a 24-hour fitness studio equipped with the latest technology. Guests can indulge in beauty treatments, detoxification wraps, facials, bespoke body treatments, manicures and pedicures, and massages, all using custom-made organic products.
I’d like to say the apartment was lovely. It was clean and comfortable and had everything we required. It was so much better than staying at a hotel as you feel as if you have a home base which is much more relaxing than a hotel. The location was ideal. Really close to the city centre on the many trams that went past nearby. It was close to a main shopping area where there were supermarkets etc. And to the local market that was there every day (except Sunday) . The local bars and restaurants were extremely friendly and welcoming…as was everywhere we went in the city. I would definitely recommend this apartment for anyone looking in this area and will be looking for availability here next time we visit Amsterdam Thanks again for all your help with my cancelled booking/re-booking Anne-Marie
The Van Gogh Museum is home to the largest collection in the world of the famous artist’s work and is the most visited museum in Amsterdam. Here you will find his renowned paintings including the Aardappeleters (The Potato Eaters) and Zonnebloemen (Sunflowers).
INK Hotel Amsterdam owes its name to the rich history of the building in which, as former home of the Dutch newspaper ‘De Tijd’, stories were conceived, written and brought to life in ink. INK Hotel is the place “where stories are yet to be written”. INK Hotel Amsterdam is a luxury design hotel, where the traditional rules of hospitality are freely translated to the modern day, rewriting the definition of ‘luxury’. Award winning, design located in the heart of Amsterdam.
To get a feel for how the locals shop, head to Albert Cuypmarkt, Amsterdam’s oldest and busiest market. Here, you can find a wide array of cheap goods and tasty snacks, including stroopwafels, doughnuts, and egg rolls. Tulips can be bought from Bloemenmarkt, by the Singel, and Delftware, the famous blue and white Dutch pottery, can be bought at many specialist shops in the city, such as Jorrit Heinen Royal Gifts and Collectables in the Munt Tower.
Pros: The location was very convenient and accessible and the staff was very accommodating. Our room was not ready when we arrived nor was it ready when they told us to return. The management responded with an upgrade at a reasonable rate and free drinks at the bar. The rest of the staff was also great. We enjoyed a bottle of wine in our room & the bartender opened our bottle without corkage fees, gave us crystal glasses to drink out of & even gave us some snacks to enjoy, all on the house! Overall a very great experience; we would consider staying there again!
Pros: The Pulitzer was recently redesigned and it exceeded my expectations in almost every way. The location can’t be beat. It’s in a very smart area in Amsterdam with great bars, shops, and restaurants nearby. The design of the hotel is very chic. The interior courtyard garden is amazing. Everything was perfect except service at restaurant Jansz. Everyone was well intended but some people (hostess) abandoned post for several minutes and people were left waiting to be received and, &! My case, to collect my coat. This is one area of operation to inspect. Otherwise, everything was so perfect. I’ve stayed also at the Dylan hotel and Waldorf and I would say that this hotel is better than Waldorf because the design is so smart and not generic like Waldorf. And I would say it’s equal to the Dylan. Dylan is also chic but has a more classic design inspiration. Stay here while it’s still affordable. I imagine rates will increase once reviews and bookings start coming in.
Cons: Our room was on the first floor, so keeping the windows open at night for a breeze did not work out as the street noise was too loud. Our last night we noticed a small visitor in our room, a mouse, who was persistent and did not want to leave. It was our last night so we just said our goodnight to our guest and slept, it’s an old building so I don’t think it is an “infestation” but rather something that comes with staying in an old, large building.
For food on the go, chips with peanut sauce (another Indonesian fusion) are a very addictive Dutch snack and can be bought at most street stands. Raw herring may not sound appetising to everyone, but, served with onions, is another popular street food snack.
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