Cons: Breakfast was not included and would be an addition $30/person. At that price, it should include a packed bong and tickets to the Van Gogh museum. Rooms were terribly outdated and not in a quaint Dutch way, but in an oddly 80’s post-apocalyptic manner that made me question why I wasn’t staying at a hostel. Our shower didn’t even have a door or a curtain. 5 stars!? Are you kidding me? Europe must max out on a 10 star scale.
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With a stay at Tulip Inn Amsterdam Riverside in Amsterdam (Zuidoost), you’ll be within a 15-minute drive of Heineken Music Hall and Amsterdam ArenA. This eco-friendly hotel is 7.7 mi (12.4 km) from Nes and 6.6 mi (10.6 km) from Hortus Botanicus.
ClinkNOORD – Hostel puts you within a 15-minute drive of Nemo Science Museum and Hortus Botanicus. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Also, Stopera and National Maritime Museum are within a short drive.
The Rijksmuseum houses the largest collection of classical Dutch art, with nearly one million objects from around the country. Some of the most famous pieces on display are the works of Rembrandt, including his masterpiece, De Nachtwacht (The Night Watch).
This modern and trendy hotel is right outside Central Station, the entry point for most people arriving in Amsterdam from Schiphol Airport. It’s convenient for exploring the city centre, and rooms include free Wi-Fi and breakfast.
Amsterdam’s Centraal train station leads directly to the city’s medieval centre, known as De Wallen. Home to the infamous Red Light District as well as Dam Square, this area features a variety of hotel options ranging from hostels and basic hotels to 5-star luxury accommodation.
“Mooie locatie dicht bij station Amsterdam Bijlmer Arena waar je met de trein binnen 15 minuten in hartje Amsterdam stond. Verder nette kamers en goede parkeergelegenheid bij de P+R onder de Arena (1 euro per dag wanneer het openbaar vervoer werd gebruikt om naar het centrum te komen)”
Description Mr. Jordaan provides accommodation in Amsterdam near Anne Frank House and Royal Palace Amsterdam. Around an 11-minute walk from Dam Square, the property is also close to Beurs van Berlage.
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.
Cons: Small room, tiny bathroom Room unclean, dirty carpet: when we first came into the room, there was a bit of paper on the floor. It was not hidden or difficult to get. I left it there on purpose and it stayed there for three days. It was finally removed (vacuumed?)
Pros: I liked that the location was farther from the tourist areas but still within easy reach of anywhere in Amsterdam you might want to go. Great bar nearby with fantastic patio area called Meneer Nieges. The nearby Jordaan neighborhood is wonderful to explore, especially around sunset.
Like most major cities Amsterdam is made up of a collection of neighbourhoods, each one with its own personality and selling points. There’s the 9-Straatjes, a small area in the centre that boasts lots of narrow streets lined with quirky shops and cafes. The Centrum is in a similar area and is perhaps the busiest spot in the city. It has a plethora of museums, lively bars, and top-notch shops that are a big hit with tourists and locals. Then there’s De Pijp, which is similar to the 9-Straatjes in appearance but has a lot fewer tourists. This is where you’ll find lots of the markets and local, independent stores. Jordaan is one of the best-loved neighbourhoods in the city, and is home to a lot of young creatives, up-and-coming bars, and street art. NDSM-Werf is similar to Jordaan in that it is hugely creative and is called home by a number of artists, musicians, and students. Then there’s Oud-Zuid, the richer part of the city that caters to expensive tastes and luxury desires.
Beschrijving Sir Adam Hotel is gevestigd in de gloednieuwe A’DAM Toren in Amsterdam, en biedt uitzicht op het IJ en de historische binnenstad. Gasten kunnen genieten van een hamburger bij The Butcher Social Club.
Cons: The rooms are quite small., and yes, the shower is in the middle of the room. You have to see it to believe it. It’s fine if you’re a couple, or single. well worth it. We will always use this chain in any city we can.
Amsterdam’s 17th century canals run through the heart of the city and have been awarded World Heritage status. Lined by iconic, narrow buildings and home to many sleepy houseboats, a stroll along the maze of canals is a pleasant attraction in itself. When you need to relax, there’s always a café nearby. A combination of pub and cafe, ‘brown cafes’, as they are called, have an intimate, cosy atmosphere and serve a range of traditional drinks and snacks.
We really enjoyed our time in Amsterdam. The location of the apartment was ideal, with easy walking distance to everywhere we wanted to go. We liked that the flat was open plan, with lots of windows, and even a view of the canal. The flat was spotlessly clean, and had everything we needed. So, five stars from us! Best wishes, Robyn & Steve Webber
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!
The best area to stay in Amsterdam will depend on what you’re visiting for: history and culture, epic nights out or a bit of both. We’ve put together a quick guide to the best places to stay in Amsterdam, and some of our favourite hotels in each area.
“Leuk hotel voor bezoekje aan Amsterdam, vlakbij station en centrum. Eenvoudige, schone kamer met alles wat je nodig hebt: douche, toilet, bed en TV. Niet ruim maar dat maakt het leuke terras en het café weer goed. Vriendelijk personeel en lekker eten. Op de dag dat ik aankwam, tegen de 30 gr.C, stond de ventilator al te draaien om de kamer af te laten koelen. Heel attent!”
Places to stay in Amsterdam are just as diverse as the city itself. From hostels set in old townhouses on the canal front and cosy B&B that burst with culture and new-age Dutch design to grand hotels tucked away down the winding streets, Amsterdam accommodation covers every kind of situation. As well as affordable luxury hotels and historic guesthouses that ooze old city charm, there are plenty of affordable apartments dotted around all the major attractions, giving visitors the perfect chance to explore the city like a local.
Hotel Iris is in a typical Amsterdam building, just a 15 minute walk from Amsterdam’s bustling De Pijp district. Its rooms come with free Wi-Fi. Bike rentals and luggage storage are available and breakfast is served daily. Oosteinde tram stop is a 3 minute walk away, with services to the Rijksmuseum and lively Leidse Square. Dam Square and Amsterdam Central Station are a short ride on tram 16, which stops at the Stadshouderskade, a 5 minute walk from the hotel. The simply furnished rooms at Hotel Iris come with a TV. Each has a private bathroom.
Pros: The location is perfect, walking distance from the train. We also walked both days from the hotel through the neighborhoods to the museum district and back. The breakfast and cocktail receptions were an added benefit.
Make yourself at home right in the heart of the city centre of Amsterdam. Ibis Styles Amsterdam Central Station is stylish and ideally located right across Amsterdam’s central train station. Reach the hotel in 30 minutes by taxi or train from Schiphol Airport. If you like shopping, then this hotel is ideally situated. Within 5 minutes you can be on Dam Square, Kalverstraat, and the 9 Streets area. Walk through the lively Jordaan area to reach the Anne Frank House in only 10 minutes.
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.
Amsterdam is a busy tourist destination and arriving with a room reservation may be crucial. It is advisable to book accommodation well in advance for the main tourist season, as well as for weekends and festive events.
Set in a historic building that dates back to 1855, NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is a landmark in Amsterdam. It is situated right on the main square and enjoys a privileged location overlooking the Royal Palace. Reach many of the city’s attractions on foot, such as the Van Gogh Museum, the Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam Central Station is only seven minutes away. Recently renovated, NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky has 451 spacious contemporary rooms. There are 8 family rooms, 35 apartments with canal views and 10 premium triple rooms. Each has individually controlled air-conditioning, Nespresso machines, rain-effect showers and ultra-comfortable mattresses. The height of luxury is the Royal Suite, spread over two floors. A delectable breakfast is served daily in the grand 19th century Winter Garden. A perfect setting for a wedding, the hotel has 20 meeting rooms for up to 1500 people. Opened in April 2016, Michelin starred The White Room is a true gastronomic delight. 3-Michelin star chef, Jacob Jan Boerma, heads the kitchen. Grand Café Krasnapolsky is ideal for business lunches, enjoying views of the Dam Square. To unwind, head to Bar The Tailor and enjoy a cocktail menu hand-crafted by Tess Posthumus.
“It’s perfect location near tram stop that takes you to the city centre. Hotel rents bicycles as well. There is a bar downstairs and you can buy some snacks water and beverages by the reception. But we find Lidl very near by which was convenient.We could borrow eu adapter for deposit of €10. Room had kettle and tea provided, also lovely map of Amsterdam that we had used a lot.”
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.
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.
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