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.
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The medieval Old Centre with the always busy Dam Square and the tempting Red Light District is the most visited part of Amsterdam. Make sure to stop at Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein, homes to the best nightlife venues.
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?)
مدينه جميله وساحره من افضل المدن السياحيه في العالم مطاعم جميله افضل انواع الجبن والبطاطس التجول سهل يوجد طرق عديده للمواصلات افضل المشي او الدراجه يوجد عده انشطه يمكنك عملها عن طريق مكاتب التذاكر لايمكنك حصرها
Trendy design touches add a splash of character to this funky hotel, located just a short walk from the Van Gogh Museum. Its set across four classic Amsterdam townhouses, so you can feel like a real local.
A contemporary experience is yours to discover at the Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel. An ideal destination for both business and leisure travelers to the Netherlands, our hotel boasts a prime location in the heart of central Amsterdam; we provide simple access to a vast range of the city’s best-known landmarks. Make yourself at home in your stylish guest room, which features plush bedding, a flat-screen TV, well-lit work area and a mini-bar. Indulge in skillfully crafted Italian fare at Scossa, our on-site restaurant, or challenge yourself to a workout in our gym. We can set the stage for a remarkable meeting or wedding here in the Netherlands. Guests can host an event in the historic 17th-century domed Koepelkerk building, a striking example of Amsterdam’s distinctive neoclassical architecture; the Koepelkerk is located adjacent to our hotel. In addition, our central location is convenient to Madame Tussauds and Dam Square. Immerse yourself in the unique culture of the city at the Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel.
Dutch pancakes are a popular meal that every visitor should try, we recommend Pannenkoekenhuis Upstairs (so long as you don’t mind the steep staircase up to the restaurant) which serve generous sized helpings of this favourite, the bacon and syrup pancake being particularly delicious.
Pros: Stayed here for business and it was great. All the required services and internet were available. As for comfort, the bed was perfect. My only discomfort was that it can get a bit too warm at night despite the heater being off. Also, I have to say that the hotel is beautiful and in a very nice location. It is very easy to find your bearings to find your way back and feel safe even late at night. Would definitely stay here again.
Some of the historical luxury hotels or boutique hotels overlooking the canal are valued for their romatic atmosphere, as are houseboats, a speciality of Amsterdam. Several castle hotels, windmill and lighthouse inns are situated in the region, but not directly in the city.
Situated in one of the oldest streets, in the famous old town centre, Hotel Internationaal is only 20 minutes by train from the airport and a 2 minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station. The hotel has a friendly Dutch pub, which was founded in 1928 for the sailors coming back from their long sea journeys. Until today, the style of the interior has remained authentic, with a old harpoon hanging above the bar and a lot of other antiques reminding us of the “Golden age”.
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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).
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.
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!
تقع هذه الضاحية الهادئة بالقرب من واترلوبلاين. وتضم المنطقة بيت الرسام الهولندي رامبرانت ومتحف الارميتاج ومتحف تروبينميوزيوم. كما يمكنك التمتع بالطبيعة في الحدائق النباتية (Hortus Botanicus) وحديقة الحيوان آرتيس. شاهد الفنادق.
At the doorstep of the Centraal train station, Amsterdam’s busy city center, the Binnenstad features a range of hotels for all budgets. Everything from simple hostels to 5-star luxury hotels are on offer.
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!
Drukke stad, mooie plekjes aan het water met gezellige tuintjes naast de grachten. Voor mij is de stad iets te groot.Enorm druk verkeer en fietsers die je gewoon omver rijden als je niet uitkijkt. Amsterdammers zijn wel heel behulpzaam. Openbaar vervoer is goedkoop en gebruiksvriendelijk
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!
Backpackers looking to spend the night in a cheap, friendly hostel will find themselves welcome at The Flying Pig, with two hostels slap bang in the city centre – one downtown (next to Amsterdam Central Station) and the other uptown. For ethical accommodation with an artsy twist, get with the cultural programme at WOW Hostel, west of the city centre.
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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.
We loved the galleries palace museums and walking along the canals. Also trams were good. Many places did not take cash which was interesting and I booked the art exhibitions on line in advance. In short we loved it all.
Most of the conferences take place at RAI Amsterdam, a large conference complex south of the centre, easily accessible by metro. You can conveniently stay downtown and use public transport to get there. If you prefer to stay nearby, there are several business hotels near RAI Amsterdam.
Pros: Great central location. Nice, business-class hotel with good facilities and service. Ask for room facing courtyard, which is quieter than street side. Kayak price of $170/nt incl (very good) breakfast was great deal for this property.
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.
Hi, I just wanted to confirm that the apartment and host were both absolutely fantastic and we look forward to staying again, the garden was beautiful and peaceful and the location was perfect. We loved everything about this accommodation, especially the cats. Erin
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.
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.
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.
These apartments in Amsterdam give you the freedom to work, cook and relax as if you were at home. Guests can also enjoy complimentary breakfasts, so don’t worry about stocking up on pastries when you hit the supermarket.
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.
Eenmaal terug in het levendige centrum mag u de Dam met het Koninklijk Paleis niet missen, en ook de middeleeuwse straatjes van de Wallen – de bekende ‘Rosse Buurt’ – zijn een bezoek waard. Vlak bij het centrum ligt het Anne Frank Museum, waar de geschiedenis van de jodenvervolging in Amsterdam tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog in beeld gebracht is.
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.
Hi, Everything was great. Mo was kind and understanding when we got a bit lost getting to the apartment so ended up late. The apartment was perfect for our needs and we hope it will still be available in a years time when we return. So glad we have found amsterdamstay for our amsterdam accomodation. Warm Regards & Thank You Fiona
Situated on Dam Square and offering views of the Royal Palace, the 5-star NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is an elegant choice. A short walk away, the 4-star Radisson Blu Hotel, Amsterdam, cleverly merges contemporary design with the historical architecture of 18th century merchant houses.
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