Mar 20, 2019 - Mar 21, 2019

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Where to Stay in Amsterdam

As a popular tourist destination, the city of Amsterdam has hotel options ranging from quirky to quality, budget to high-end with several popular areas to choose from both in the center and around the famous canals. Discover things to do in Amsterdam.

The Old Center Hotels

Anyone choosing to stay in the Old Center of Amsterdam knows they will be just a short stroll from the main shopping and nightlife area of the city.

1. InterContinental Amstel

Just two minutes from a metro station, this modern five-star hotel is close to both the Van Gogh Museum (2km or just over a mile) and Anne Frank’s House (3km or just under two miles) and offers fitness facilities, a steam room, sauna and an indoor pool.

2. Westcord City Center Hotel

This smart downtown hotel is just a seven-minute walk from Dam Square and provides bright, well-appointed rooms, complimentary breakfast and Nespresso coffee.

3. Quentin Arrive Hotel

One of the city center budget hotels and located in a 19th-century building just 1km from Dam Square and a seven-minute walk from the Central Station. Offers complimentary continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi.

Grachtengordel South

The southern area of the city’s 17th-century canals also provides a great place to stay for easy access to the pulsating clubs, bars and restaurants in an area which continue to grow in popularity.

1. Waldorf Astoria

At the high-end of the scale, the Waldorf Astoria is set in several palaces along the canal and lies within a few minutes-walk from the tram stops. Truly elegant rooms and supreme fittings make this a choice for those looking for the finest accommodation.

2. Hampshire Hotel - Eden Amsterdam

Also close to the nearest tram stop, the Hampshire overlooks the Amstel River and features modern rooms with free Wi-Fi and the opportunity to rent bicycles for sightseeing.

3. Hotel Atlanta

Situated off Rembrandt Square, the Atlanta is an unassuming hotel just six minutes from the metro station and features tidy rooms with free Wi-Fi although not all have private bathrooms.

Grachtengordel West

Another popular area to stay is the west side of the city center, again buzzing with activity around the many canals and the busy Raadhuisstrat and its attractions.

1. Pulitzer Amsterdam

A stylish hotel just a three-minute walk from a tram stop, the Hotel Pulitzer is perfectly positioned by the canals with a classy restaurant and bar, gym facilities and a terrace.

2. Boutique Hotel La Belle Vue

Located on the top floor of a shopping arcade, this contemporary and upmarket residence is close to a tram stop and offers stylish rooms with unusual architectural touches.

3. Hotel Galerij

A basic and budget hotel choice, this small hotel has just 20 rooms located in the center of the city between two canals.

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This information is correct as of August 2017

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Natalie Jernejcic
Natalie Jernejcic

I had a great time here! There are wonderful museums! Just be sure to book them online ahead of time as tickets cannot be purchased at the door of the Anne Frank Museum! Amsterdam is very LGBTQ+ friendly and has a great music and night club scene! There are plenty of public parks, canals for boat rides and coffee shops to enjoy what Amsterdam is known best for!

Meshal Al-harbi
Meshal Al-harbi

Amazing city , beautiful to qalk around, good sweet, at night not suitable for kids

Zowee Moore
Zowee Moore

Visited during a cruise and spent a day browsing the Christmas markets, a great time to go. Very festive, fantastic food and so many gift ideas

Chris Behr
Chris BehrEdinburgh, UK

I had a great time here, visiting for a conference. The venue was a cool art nouveau theatre, and the nightlife was great. I’d love to visit again and get a chance to properly explore.


The least expensive month is January, with an average of AED 507 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Amsterdam is June, with an average price of AED 1,102 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was AED 731 per night. This is 2% less than the average nightly price of AED 748 seen over the previous 12 months.

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