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The thing about Amsterdam is that there are many ‘things’ about Amsterdam. And the perfect hotel for each ‘thing’ and each reason to visit. The trick is finding which hotel is for you, and that’s where we Hotel Gurus come in, with our pick of the best places to stay in Amsterdam.
If you’re here to see the Art we can recommend a gorgeously decorated traditional canal house, or an immaculately re-designed one, with modern art on the walls to match those of the Moco and NDSM. If you’re here for a romantic city break we can recommend some small, intimate, elegant hideaways; if you’re here to eat we can put you within a hub of street food markets, produce markets and more traditional restaurants; and if you’re here to have fun with your friends we have some fun recommendations that are simple, central and ideal for groups. We can also recommend some fantastic family friendly hotels and apartments if you’re here to show your kids the NEMO Centre, the Maritime Museum and the Art. And if you want to stay on a canalboat we can help you out there too.
If you have an idea of where you want to stay, or what you want to see, have a look at the recommendations in our Amsterdam Collections.
Some of our Amsterdam Collections:
- 20 Best Hotels in Amsterdam for Couples
- 8 of the Coolest Hotels in Amsterdam
- The 7 Best Hotels for Families in Amsterdam
- 12 of the Best Value Hotels in Amsterdam
- 16 of the Best Guesthouses in Amsterdam
- Best B&Bs in Amsterdam
- Best Boutique Hotels in Amsterdam
- Best Spa Hotels in Amsterdam
- The 3 Best Hotels near the Maritime Museum
- 5 of the Best Hotels near the NEMO Centre
- 6 of the Best Hotels near the Rijksmuseum
- 5 of the Best Hotels near the EYE Filmmuseum,
- 5 of the Best Hotels near the Anne Frank House
- Our 4 Favourite Hotels near the Van Gogh Museum
- 5 of the Best Hotels near NDSM
- The Best Hotels near Artis Zoo
- 6 of the Best Hotels near Dam Square
- 6 of the Best Hotels near the Vondelpark
As a group, we Gurus all adore the tall, narrow old townhouses around the Grachtengordel, built by wealthy merchants of the Golden Age, and turned into gorgeous boutique hotels in this one — but their architecture leaves little space for frills like lounges, spas or elevators. So if those things are important to you you might try one of the repurposed post-industrial buildings, ranging from former newspaper and shipping company offices to one-time warehouses. Because in these roomier spaces you can expect pools, spas, Michelin-starred eateries and even in-house nightclubs. And don’t discount outlying neighbourhoods like Oost and Oud West, Amsterdam's excellent tram and metro system brings them within easy reach of all the sights.
The Best places to stay in Amsterdam
In AMSTERDAM CENTRUM
- Just minutes from Centraal Station, the De Witt Hotel is a stylish, 274 room hotel that occupies two neighbouring 17th century buildings. Our picks for the best rooms are those where you can still see the wooden beams and slight discrepancies in the old buildings, but it’s all beautifully painted and decorated in an elegant, contemporary style, in monochrome, but with splashes of Delft Blue. A great choice for design lovers.
- The Hotel Twenty Seven is just as close, on Dam Square, but it’s very different. Firstly it’s small, with just 16 huge individually designed suites, and secondly the decor is opulent to regal, with a palette of golds and reds. Some of the suites have living space to rival many houses, and most have incredible city views. Exclusive and decadent.
- Art’Otel just might be the closest hotel to the station, it’s the elegant corner building across the road. Inside the look changes dramatically though, because these 107 rooms and suites, and public spaces, are a sort of hotel gallery, with minimalist decor to make the most of the art on display, Trendy, with an excellent restaurant and spa.
- For great value in Amsterdam Centrum try the Max Brown Hotel, a collection of 34 rooms and suites right on the Herengracht Canal close to Centraal Station. There are two kinds of rooms, contemporary monochrome and contemporary rustic-chic. The best ones have wonderful views. There’s no restaurant, but there is a bar and they offer breakfast.
In the CANAL BELT
While staying in the Canal Belt it’s particularly easy to use the 24hour hop-on hop-off boat ticket, or rent a pedalo-style ‘canal bike’, to get yourself around.
- The epitome of quirky elegance, the Seven One Seven Hotel has been converted from a 17th century sugar-trader’s residence right on the Prinsengracht. There are just 12 rooms and suites, in a range of sizes, from attic to entertaining level, but all are beautifully, individually decorated. This is also a great place for families, they really look after you at breakfast, and the sitting room is a lovely place to relax of an evening.
- Converted from another of Amsterdam’s 17th century canal houses, Canal House is very contemporary on the inside, with just 23 rooms and suites, decorated in Old Dutch Master’s colours, but in a modern manner, with tiled, in-room baths, purple rugs and throws and a black on black bar.
- The Pulitzer Amsterdam’s 225 rooms and suites, which range from good to huge family-apartment sized, are arranged through 25 different but interlinked canal houses, quite a feat, considering the buildings were built during the 17th and 18th centuries and are all different. The result is a fantastic range of accommodation in a great city central location. Some of the rooms have more of a modern feel, while some are very traditional, with some wonderful original features. The restaurant is good too.
- The Hoxton is a chic hotel in a central spot right on the Herengracht Canal. The exterior is grand and elegant, in a traditionally Amsterdam manner, but inside it’s as chic as Amsterdam can be, with retro decor, parquet floors, wood panelling, clever bathrooms, great details and lots of lovely original features. There are 111 rooms, so there’s quite a bit of choice, and great facilities, including a whole fleet of hotel rental bikes, a lively bar and a very good restaurant. It’s also excellent value considering the style and location.
For a city break
- The Hotel V Nesplein has the sort of beautiful retro-industrial design that appeals to many, and its cosy bar and buzzy restaurant are popular with residents as well as visitors. There are 42 rooms, and while you’re very centrally located, they’re also very quiet, because you’re off a side street.
- The Ambassade Hotel is a very clever conversion of ten, mostly 17th century canal houses on the Herengracht, which now offers 58 rooms and suites. The decor is a sound mix of the original features, mostly Louis XVI style, with antiques to match, and modern art. There’s fine dining in the brasserie and drinks in the library.
- Closer to the museum end of town than the station, and to the Albert Cuyp Market, the Hotel V. Frederiksplein is a stylish, affordable base for exploring the city. This is the sort of hotel where the aim is to help you experience as much of the city as you want to, with the help of hotel bikes and great local insight from the helpful staff. There are 48 rooms, which are compact but very comfortable, and there’s a spacious bar-lounge with a big open fire when needed.
- If you like staying in small hotels the Hotel Dwars might be the Amsterdam city break choice for you. It’s central, located on the vibrant Utrechsestraat, and has just nine rooms, styled with vintage furnishings and some fantastic original features, including incredible beamed ceilings in some rooms. The larger triple rooms will suit some families too.
The Best Hotels for The Art Museums
Spend a day (or two) in the Museumkwartier to marvel at old masters in the Rijksmuseum, the genius of Van Gogh in the Van Gogh Museum, Mondrian, Matisse and other moderns in the Stedelijk Museum and 21st-century street art at MOCO. Then Stroll through the Jewish Quarter to peek into Rembrandt's home life at the Museum het Rembrandthuis
- The College Hotel is a small boutique hotel in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid, close to the Albert Cuypmarket, the fashion district, and the Museumkwartier. We like it because it’s quite spacious and quiet, and its 40 rooms and suites are of a generous size, and all individually decorated — this building spent the 19th century as a school, and some of the rooms were classrooms, which is why they’re so big and get so much light. The restaurant is also highly regarded, and is located in the school’s old gymnasium.
- Occupying an elegant townhouse, the Hotel Roemer is a 37 room hotel on the other side of the museums, close to the Canal Belt and the Vondelpark. Simple and individually decorated, these rooms are none the less stylish, with well chosen furniture, and there’s a hidden, private garden and a roaring fire in the lounge when it’s most welcome.
- The Conservatorium is a gorgeous design hotel with 129 rooms and suites and lots and lots of glass. The location, right by the Vondelpark, is very convenient for the art museums, and, because of the natural cross over between art and design, we think this is a sound recommendation for art lovers too. Especially those who appreciate a bit of space, for there are some great sized rooms here, with some fantastic views. The outside of the building will surprise you from this description, it’s very traditional.
- The Hotel JL No76 is another contemporary design offering, in a great location for the museums and galleries. It has just 39 rooms, decorated simply, in neutral shades, but with a different added something in each of them; it might be a cushioned leather wall, or mosaic, of it might be a piece of art or a striking sculpture. There’s more of these design objects in the public spaces, which include a lively restaurant. This is a good choice for families too.
For a romantic stay
- The Dylan is a small, chic hotel on the Keizersgracht, with beautiful contemporary design, that really complements the wonderful canal-side building. The 40 rooms and suites are well proportioned, and there’s a romantic brasserie-bar and a Michelin-starred restaurant.
- The Hotel De L’Europe is your classically elegant-to-the-verge-of-opulent, five star hotel on a corner of the canal, so the majority of the 111 rooms and suites are gorgeous, AND have canal views. There’s an excellent spa, and a choice of restaurants, again, the majority with canal views, and one with a Michelin star.
Hip Places to Stay in Amsterdam
- The Andaz Amsterdam is a spectacular, five star, boutique-style hotel with individually, designed rooms, suites and public spaces - think chandeliers, murals, plenty of gold, giant bespoke printed rugs featuring Delftware designs, quilted plastic chairs, contemporary stained glass windows and canal side views.
For great value
- Misc is a carefully renovated 17th century canal house, close to Nieuwmarkt, a fashionable district. It has just six rooms, all personally styled, and with their own personalities, but all with well collected antiques, retro treasures and curios. Perfect for peace and privacy.
Prefer an apartment?
- If you'd prefer a self catering option, our partner Booking.com has a wide range throughout the city.
- International visitors can fly into Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport, a huge European hub. From the airport the quickest way into town is on the train, which takes 15 to 20 minutes depending on which one you catch, but the station is just below the airport, so it’s very convenient. You can also arrive by train? Amsterdam Centraal is well connected to the rest of mainland Europe.
- For car hire prices, we recommend you visit our online partner Rentalcars.
- Amsterdam is probably aesthetically at its best in spring — when the famous tulips are in flower — but it’s a city destination, so a great place to be at all times of year. Summer is the busiest time to visit, and it’s an obvious thing to say but hotel rooms sell out quickly around the dates of popular events like Konigsdag (April 27), and during the huge Pride Amsterdam celebrations in late July/early August, so definitely book ahead if you’re planning to travel at a busier time.
Still not sure where to stay in Amsterdam?
- You could refine your search by area, prioritising our recommendations for 4 of the best hotels in Amsterdam's Museumkwartier, the 4 best hotels in Jordaan or 4 of our favourite hotels on Amsterdam's Waterfront.
- Or you could expand your search to include the best places to stay in Utrecht or the best places to stay in Rotterdam.
- Alternatively, you could contact a friendly guru for personalised advice.
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Best Hotels in Amsterdam
Hotel Not Hotel Amsterdam 23 rooms from $99Groups - With its fun communal areas and rooms that sleep four - this is a good option for young visitors travelling on a budgetDesigner - Students from Eindhoven's Design Academy created the rooms and their young and creative flare is definitely apparentValue chic - With unique design, good amenities, and rooms offered well below the 100 Euro mark, this is a well-priced stayCity Style - A hotel where a room is not just a room but a work of art
A unique property merging art, design and hospitality. Rooms, not immediately obvious on first impressions, are in themselves large art instillations. There's a lively common area which offers both breakfast and later cocktails and thai food. Well located and priced for a city break. See More
Volkshotel Amsterdam 162 rooms from $101Contemporary - Once a newspaper's office, it has been artfully converted to create chic modern spaces not forgetting the building's historyBusiness Centre - In the hotel is a vibey co-working space and artists' studios - making this a great environment for those on a 'workation'Value chic - A stylish yet well-priced hotel perfect for those travelling on a budgetLively - On Fridays and Saturdays (after 11 pm) the restaurant becomes a club
Set in East Amsterdam, an old Newspaper Office HQ has been redesigned as a creative hub welcoming all guests, 'from stockbrokers to punk rockers.' The contemporary feel runs throughout the hotel, from the flexi work space to the exciting bar and nightclub and into the individually designed rooms. See More
Hotel Wiechmann Amsterdam 37 rooms from $106Local exploring - A quaint and charming hotel overlooking the canal, peaceful and romantic, but within walking distance of the main attractionsClose to nightlife - This quiet hotel is just ten minutes from the busy Leidseplein Square, full of bars, restaurants and cafesLess £ - With rooms ranging from singles to family suites, there is something to suit all budgetsGroups - Quadruple Rooms are a great option for small groups wanting an economic stayRecommended by - Frommers
Hotel Wiechmann consists of three canal houses turned into a simple family-run B&B offering the essentials. Comfortable, breezy rooms with modern bathrooms and a complimentary delicious breakfast. Proximity to the main attractions and shopping districts is a big selling point. See More
Conscious Hotel Vondelpark Amsterdam 81 rooms from $116Local exploring - Well positioned right around the corner from Vondelpark, close to nighlife, shops, restaurants, and museumsEco break - As the name suggests, almost everything in the hotel is sustainable from the furniture to the green rooftopClose to nightlife - A walk or cycle across the park takes you to Leidseplein, the city's most popular area for nightlifeRoof terrace - The green rooftop created for the bees and the butterflies is a nice touchRecommended by - Michelin Travel
A stylish eco-hotel with state-of-the-art modern design. Rooms are simply designed with feature walls and minimalist furniture. There's a green roof terrace and a 100% organic cafe. Fully sustainable and ideally situated, right next to the leafy Vondelpark in the centre of the city. See More
Catalonia Vondel Amsterdam Amsterdam 86 rooms from $125Contemporary - Set in a collection of 18th century buildings that have been simply and artfully converted into practical minimalist spacesLocal exploring - Located in a desirable part of town near the nightlife-centric Leidseplein and close to the MuseumpleinLess £ - The hotel has a good range of rooms with several options for a budget-friendly stayRomantic Break - Pick one of the suites with an in-room hot tub for a romantic stayRecommended by - Tablet, Frommers, Michelin Travel
A modern hotel with a lively atmosphere near Amsterdam's nightlife, shopping, and museums. The decor is chic: courtesy of designer owner Arjen van den Hoff. Untreated wooden furniture and white-washed walls create a minimal feel with cosy textiles. A no-frills stay that's all about the location. See More
Hotel V Frederiksplein Amsterdam 48 rooms from $129City Style - A chic mix of vintage designer furniture and contemporary design pieces set against steely hues makes this a stylish stayLocal exploring - Set between the old city centre and the hip quarter of De Pijp, it is convenient both for sightseeing and restaurantsSelf catering - The self-catering loft apartments (that sleep three) are a great option for those in search of a home-away-from-homeArtworks - Find photos by the renowned 19th-century Dutch photographer Jacob Olie adorning the wallsRecommended by - I Escape
This modern B&B in the heart of Amsterdam with stylish rooms and a handful of self-catering apartments. Interiors mix retro furniture with chic modern design pieces. Apartments, complete with kitchenettes, are perfect for small groups & families. A convenient and well-priced base in the city centre. See More
CitizenM Amsterdam South Amsterdam 215 rooms from $139Contemporary - Expect black out blinds, widescreen TVs, power showers, and mood lighting - all the things a modern traveller requiresValue chic - A no nonsense hotel made for practical living with smart design, well-considered amenities, and a good priceShort break - Located just one train stop from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport - this is ideal for a quick breakBusiness Hotel - Walking distance from the RAI Congress Centre and World Trade CentreRecommended by - Tablet
Accessible modern Dutch design with affordable accommodation. Small high tech rooms are bright and airy, with top notch accessories including rain showers and free movies on demand. The living and canteen area are lively meeting spots. A cool and good value choice for a city break. See More
Hotel Arena Amsterdam 139 rooms from $141Foodies - Foodies are spoilt for choice at the hotel restaurant, with local and international dishes and a focus on fresh produceCity Style - Located in a beautiful heritage building on the outskirts of the city centre, this hotel has reams of local styleRomantic Break - Book a luxury suite with a freestanding bathtub for added indulgence on your next couples' getawayGreat walks - Explore Oosterpark, the pretty public park which neighbours the hotel, on a long walk
This chic, four-star hotel is located in a heritage property on the edge of Amsterdam's city centre. Rooms are bright and inviting with vintage design pieces; book a suite for beautifully appointed living space and panoramic views of the city or Oosterpark. Eat at the airy bistro; a charming hotel. See More
ClinkNoord Amsterdam (Noord) 213 rooms from $145Local exploring - Located in the artsy Noord district of Amsterdam, this hostel makes a great starting point for local exploringValue chic - With beds in a shared dorm from under 20 euros, this hostel is great value for moneyGroups - The larger dorms are great if you are travelling with a groupSights nearby - Visit the Royal Palace Amsterdam, a palace used by the Dutch Royal House and which houses a number of 17th-century artworks
This friendly hostel is located in the Noord district of Amsterdam, on the banks of the River IJ. Guests can choose between modern private rooms, mixed or single-sex dorms. Lockers are available in every dorm, plush fresh linens and towels at reception. Meet other travellers in the bar; a fun hotel. See More
Hotel de Hallen Amsterdam (Oud-West) 57 rooms from $150Local exploring - This hotel is in a great location for exploring Amsterdam, situated within walking distance of many major attractionsCity Style - Occupying a landmark industrial conversion in Amsterdam, this hotel has plenty of local city styleRomantic Break - Couples love this hotel's contemporary interiors and the stylish restaurantSights nearby - Take a tour of Anne Frank House, a short walk from the hotel; the writer's house now also features a musuemRecommended by - Fodors, Tablet
This unique design hotel is located in a former tram depot in Amsterdam. Having undergone a loving conversion, the hotel offers contemporary rooms with vintage touches; guests love the COCO-MAT beds and industrial interior design. Eat at the chic international restaurant Remise47; a smart city stay. See More
Hotel Van de Vijsel Amsterdam 82 rooms from $152Local exploring - Set right between two of Amsterdam’s most desirable places — to the east, the canal district, and to the southwest, VondelparkArchitectural - Once home to the timber trade family business, it has been artfully designed using lots of reclaimed wood - a design masterpieceMuseums - Stroll down to the Rijkmuseum and marvel at the Dutch Golden Age painting masterpieces and vast European art collectionCity Style - An architecturally slick property crafted from fine wood craftsmanship in the heart of the cityRecommended by - Tablet
A beautifully crafted hotel offering cool contemporary aesthetics in the heart of the city. Designed in and out with wood while mixing traditional and modern designs. Rooms are simple with a Scandi-chic feel (plenty of wood again and simple crisp white linen). The city's sights are a stroll away. See More
Zoku Amsterdam 133 rooms from $157Self catering - Loft-style apartments come with kitchenettes. This along with the hotel's amenities & work setup make it perfect for long staysChic - The top floor is a sprawling, open-plan common room that includes coworking space, hangout areas, and games zonesLocal exploring - Well positioned within walking distance of the Hermitage, the opera house, and the Canal BeltYoga - Yoga classes are frequently held in the open-plan event spaceRecommended by - Tablet
Conscious Hotel Westerpark Amsterdam (Westerpark) 89 rooms from $160Local exploring - Located between the verdant park and the cultural hotspot Westergasfabriek, this hotel is a great base for local exploringActive Holiday - With bikes available from the hotel and a focus on active lifestyles, this hotel is great for active holidaymakersCity Style - Set in a landmark Amsterdam building, this hotel has lots of local city styleSights nearby - Stroll down to Dam Square, Amsterdam's central square and home to the Dutch Royal Palace
This eco-friendly hotel is located in a heritage building in Westerpark, Amsterdam. The bright guestrooms feature comfortable, Auping beds, wooden panelling and classic bathtubs; book a suite for extra living space. Pop into Conscious Café for healthy eating options; a smart, well-located city stay. See More
PH Hotel Oosteinde Amsterdam 23 rooms from $162Local exploring - Located right in the thick of it, between Utrechtsestraat and De Pijp areas with restaurants, shops, and sites nearbyMuseums - Learn of The Netherlands' history in the impressive Rijksmuseum or visit the Hermitage MuseumDesigner - Expect urban-chic design with exposed brickwork, thick carpets, and a subdued colour paletteDesigner Shopping - The adjacent Utrechtsestraat is one of the nicest shopping streets in Amsterdam
The Wittenberg 1018 VL Amsterdam 115 rooms from $166Groups - With the option of two or three bedroom apartments complete with living areas and kitchens, these are ideal for a group getawayLocal exploring - The apartment style living is ideal for more independent travellers, and it's well located to easily access the famous sightsChic - Enjoy the best of both worlds with your very own 18th century Amsterdam apartment (with very chic modern interiors)Sights nearby - Head to the nearby Hortus Botanicus just across the canal, the world's oldest botanic garden
Park Hotel Amsterdam Amsterdam 189 rooms from $169Local exploring - Well positioned between Leidseplein and Vondelpark giving guests access to both the city's best nightlife and major attractionsFamilies - Spacious Family Suites are made for contemporary families with coffee machines, living areas, and a separate area to workFoodies - Home to the award-winning MOMO restaurant which is Amsterdam’s first upscale Asian-fusion restaurantContemporary - Stylish contemporary style sees steely hues, hip Scandi-esque furniture, and modern artworksRecommended by - Tablet, Fodors, Michelin Travel
A stylish contemporary hotel well located between Leidseplein and Vondelpark. Spacious rooms and suites are decorated in cool steely hues and feature coffee makers and modern artworks. Home to MOMO Restaurant, there's excellent fusion Asian cuisine plus there's a chic cocktail bar. See More
Sir Adam Hotel Amsterdam 108 rooms from $171Lively - The gourmet burger joint doubles up as an all-night party pit stop at the weekend and the hotel hosts a nightclub tooDesigner - The property has that warehouse-chic feel about it with soaring windows, polished concrete, and bespoke furnitureCity Style - A quirky and unique skyscraper conversion, filled with artists, roadies, and fashionistas — uber cool!Sights nearby - See the beautiful Royal Palace, visit Dam Square or head to Anne Frank HouseRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet, Design Hotels
The trendy Sir Adam Hotel is located in Amsterdam's historic centre overlooking the IJ-river. Plush rooms with funky features such as exposed stone walls and contemporary artworks. The Butcher Social Club serves up wonderful burgers with a great selection of beers. A one of a kind spot! See More
Hotel JL No76 Amsterdam 39 rooms from $175Contemporary - A beautifully converted 19th-century property with a typical townhouse appearance from the outside and chic modern design insideBoutique - With a charming courtyard garden, friendly staff, bike rental, and an honesty bar - this has a charming home-away-from-home feelFamilies - The Family Room is a comfortable option for those travelling with kids. There are bunk beds and even a hot tub that fits four!Local exploring - Set on a quiet residential street near Leidseplein, Museumplein, P.C. Hooftstraat and the VondelparkRecommended by - I Escape, Tablet
A chic modern hotel in a 19th century townhouse on a residential street right in the heart of the city. Interiors are fresh and contemporary with interesting works of modern art, plenty of light, and unique design pieces. A courtyard garden, honesty bar, and bike rental makes this an easy city base. See More
Hotel Dwars Amsterdam City Centre 9 rooms from $179City Style - Set in a heritage property in downtown Amsterdam that has been beautifully renovated, this hotel has lots of chic city styleLocal exploring - Located on the boutique shopping street Utrechtsestraat, this hotel offers an ideal location for local exploringFamilies - The triple rooms available at this hotel are great for families travelling with childrenClose to nightlife - Well positioned to access Carré Theatre and the nightlife area of Rembrandtplein
This chic hotel is located in central Amsterdam on the vibrant Utrechtsestraat. The warm, individually styled rooms feature exposed brick walls, eclectic vintage furnishings and natural accents; set the mood with light-dimming controls. The large triple rooms are great for families; a charming stay. See More
Hotel the Exchange Amsterdam 61 rooms from $181Designer Shopping - Wander around Prinsengracht and head towards the popular 9 Streets, a shopping paradise in the Jordaan neighbourhoodFull of character - From handbags on the wall to beds ensconsed with an oversized sculpted skirt, this is an utterly unique stayLocal exploring - Located right in the heart of the city this is a perfect spot for exploring the city by foot (or bike)City Style - A unique hotel designed by fashion students this is an undeniably cool spot
A central, fashion-themed, hotel occupying three buildings. Each room tells a story and were designed by students from Amsterdam Fashion Institute, from costume drama in the "Marie Antoinette” suite to the “Catwalk” room with an illuminated runway. For young couples and style-conscious urbanites. See More
YAYS Amsterdam Salthouse Canal Amsterdam 31 rooms from $187City Style - Located in a heritage building in the leafy Zeeheldenbuurt, this hotel has lots of local styleFamilies - The larger self-catering apartments are great for families travelling with childrenRomantic Break - Book a luxury apartment on a houseboat for a unique couples' getawayGreat walks - Explore the neighbouring Westerpark on a long walk; the park combines green spaces with iconic architecture and great nightlife
A contemporary hotel with self-contained apartments in Zeeheldenbuurt. Accommodation is sleek & stylish, offering separate living space and self-catering facilities; live like a local with a stay in the chic houseboat apartment. Order groceries to your door; ideal for independent travellers. See More
Hotel Mercier Amsterdam 48 rooms from $189City Style - Nestled in the trendy Jordaan district of Amsterdam in a historic property, this hotel has reams of local styleLocal exploring - Located in a fashionable, central area of Amsterdam, this hotel makes the perfect base for local exploringRomantic Break - Couples love the hotel's chic, Art Deco style and the cosy hotel suitesSights nearby - Visit the Westerkerk, a famous 17th-century Dutch church located within walking distance of the hotelRecommended by - Tablet
This hotel is located in a heritage building in Jordaan, Amsterdam. The property has been lovingly restored, offering rooms with an Art Deco style, unique artworks and vintage furnishings; the best suite offers split-level living. Relax with coffee and cake at the Ons Huis café. A smart hotel. See More
Sir Albert Amsterdam 90 rooms from $190Hotel Entertainment - Take a unique tour of the city with one of the hotel's in-house specialists: an arts curator, a DJ, a stylist and moreLocal exploring - Set in a hip buzzy area surrounded by cafés and foodie hotspots of De Pijp and with the Albert Cuyp Market nearbyFoodies - Izakaya restaurant serves Japanese-inspired food, beautifully presented in tapas-style portionsIndustrial conversion - The building was originally a diamond factory and still has many of its original featuresRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith
Max Brown Hotel Amsterdam 34 rooms from $192Boutique - Set in three historical canal houses, interiors have been chicly modernised (but keep a traditional feel) by a local artistLocal exploring - The hotel’s front doors open out to Milkmaids Bridge meaning you can hop on a canal boat or explore the nearby museumsCharming - With sloping ceilings, patchwork quilts, and wood-panelled walls — this is a cosy stayViews - There are gorgeous views over the Herengracht Canal, one of Amsterdam's prettiest
Suitehotel Posthoorn Monnickendam, Amsterdam 5 rooms from $206Romantic Break - With luxe rooms, fine dining, and a quiet location outside of Amsterdam, this is perfect for a cosy weekend away for twoFoodies - The restauraurant is Michelin starred and serves superb French cuisine and fresh seafood. Tasting menus are a must!Short break - Book for a night for an indulgent and gastronomic break from the citySights nearby - Visit the pretty nearby villages Markem and VolendamRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith
Hotel Roemer Amsterdam Amsterdam 37 rooms from $210Local exploring - Just one street from Vondelpark & Leidseplein, you are right in the city centre with museums, nightlife, and restaurants nearbyCharming - Designed to feel like a home-away-from-home. There's an honesty bar, and bikes available - great for independent travellersFamilies - Spacious (for Amsterdam) Family Rooms with a double bed and bunk beds plus there is the park nearby for kids to run aroundHistoric - Set in an iconic 18th century Amsterdam townhouseRecommended by - I Escape, Tablet, Michelin Travel
Set in an 18th-century townhouse near Vondelpark, this is a simply styled boutique stay with a homely feel. Rooms range from compact doubles to well-designed family rooms - all decorated in a neutral palette. There's an honesty bar, a courtyard garden, and bikes available - an easy city base. See More
La Remise Amsterdam City Centre 3 rooms from $218Local exploring - This hotel is in a great location, close enough to visit all the main attractions while still being able to sleep peacefullyRomantic Break - Couples love this cosy B&B; book the Sud Room for a king-size bed with plush linensCity Style - With chic, contemporary interiors, this modern B&B has lots of city styleSights nearby - Stroll along to Dam Square, one of Amsterdam's central squares and within walking distance of the B&BRecommended by - Tablet
This unique, luxury bed & breakfast is located in Noorderstraat, Amsterdam. Rooms are dressed in a pastel palette and feature innovative design pieces, cosy soft furnishings and contemporary artworks; book the Sud Room for extra living space. Enjoy the complimentary breakfast; an intimate city stay. See More
Hotel V Fizeaustraat Amsterdam (Oost) 91 rooms from $219Families - This hotel is great for families travelling with children; book interconnected rooms to keep an eye on the little onesCity Style - With boutique interiors and a sleek, on-site bar and restaurant, this hotel has lots of chic city styleRomantic Break - The stylish design of this hotel is a hit with couples; book a luxury suite for a romantic fireplaceGreat walks - Enjoy great walks in Oosterpark, a large municipal park located close to the hotel and the oldest park in Amsterdam
This luxury, four-and-a-half star hotel is located close to Amstel station in Amsterdam. Rooms are warm and inviting, featuring wooden floors, boutique furnishings and industrial accents; book a suite for a cosy fireplace and king-size bed. Dine in the vibrant hotel restaurant; a stylish city stay. See More
Mr Jordaan Amsterdam City Centre 34 rooms from $227Local exploring - Ideally placed for an off-beat Amsterdam experience in the artsy Jordaan district and only a short walk from the main sights!Boutique - Chic boutique interiors include bare brick walls, Sixties/Seventies retro designer chairs, and contemporary lampsCity Style - A hip and homely boutique-style canal house hotel, with retro furnishings, soft hues and a welcoming atmosphereGroups - Two triple rooms are well suited to a small group of friends travelling together (or families)
Eric Vökel Amsterdam Suites Amsterdam City Centre 28 rooms from $227Local exploring - Located in a prime, central location in Amsterdam, these apartments make a great base for local exploringFamilies - These self-catering apartments are great for families travelling with childrenCity Style - With chic, designer interiors, this hotel has lots of contemporary city styleSights nearby - Visit the Basilica of St. Nicholas in Amsterdam's old town, a short distance from the hotel
This hotel offers luxury suites in the centre of Amsterdam, close to Amsterdam Centraal. Apartments have custom layouts and designer interiors with large windows and ample living space; book the penthouse suite for fantastic river views. Book a free breakfast kit online; a chic and modern city stay. See More
The College Hotel Amsterdam 40 rooms from $229Hotel Entertainment - The hotel bar, with atmospheric terrace and tasty cocktails has become an insider secret amongst the trendy young localsCity Style - An interesting and alluring hotel; the design, always slightly irregular or off beat gives it an eccelctic charmGroups - The hotel has five large function rooms and regularly hosts weddings, high teas and children birthdaysHistoric - Housed in a 1895 listed school building, the hotel is packed with characterRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape, Tablet, Kiwi Collection, Michelin Travel
A four star boutique in Amsterdam's Fashion and Museum District. Welcomed by sensual interiors, the modern guest rooms are spacious and a great base for local exploring. Enjoy the Bar Lounge and the High Tea, a cocktail on the terrace and mouth watering dishes throughout the day. Vibrant and trendy. See More
Canal House Amsterdam 23 rooms from $235Romantic Break - Pick one of the rooms with original wooden floors, fireplaces, in-room baths, and moody hues for a romantic stayLocal exploring - In the canal district, bordering on the romantic Jordaan quarter, you're right in the heart of the cityFull of character - Comprising three 17th-century canal houses, the hotel is a fun warren of corridors and staircasesMuseums - A three minute walk to the Anne Frank House and the main Museum Square is also easily accessibleRecommended by - Tablet, Kiwi Collection, Small Luxury Hotels, Michelin Travel
Three 17th-century townhouses in the heart of the canal district. Contemporary designs, with old-world touches - dark woods and ornate ceilings. Bedrooms are chic and open-plan. A stylish place to stay. Guests can enjoy the lovely garden with a romantic gazebo, tucked away from the city bustle. See More
Art'otel, Amsterdam Amsterdam 107 rooms from $243Short break - Located opposite Centraal Station, locations don't get much handier than this for those on a quick city breakFoodies - Renowned chefs at ARCA restaurant create spectacular dishes mixing Portuguese and Asian flavoursSwimming Pool - Boasting one of the largest hotel pools in town (big enough to do short laps)Artworks - Find works by local artist Atelier Van Lieshout throughout the property
A sophisticated contemporary hotel with its own art gallery. Young, hip and designed for movers and shakers. Shiny rooms and suites offer lots of space and subtle lighting. There's an excellent restaurant and cocktail bar that merges Portuguese and Asian flavours. A trendy spot. See More
Hotel Twenty Eight Amsterdam (Oud Zuid) 56 rooms from $243Romantic Break - Book the studio for a cosy romantic getaway, with all the perks of a concierge service but the discretion of a private apartmentSelf catering - All accommodation types come with a fully equipped kitchen but there is also a restaurant for days you'd rather not cookFamilies - This hotel is a great option for families, with apartments designed to accommodate children including babiesCity Style - Located in the upmarket Amsterdam South neighbourhood, these luxury apartments have lots of city style
This apartment hotel offers boutique accommodation in upscale Amsterdam South. The individually designed, self-catering apartments offer a spacious living area and king-size beds; the two-bedroom apartment is great for families travelling with children. Unwind in the hotel sauna; a unique city stay. See More
Morgan & Mees Amsterdam (Westerpark) 9 rooms from $245Local exploring - Located close to the artsy neighbourhood of Jordaan, this hotel is perfectly placed for local exploring in AmsterdamCity Style - With contemporary interiors featuring designer furnishings and toiletries, this hotel has lots of chic city styleRomantic Break - Couples love this hotel's cool, modern feel; book the luxury suite for added indulgence on your romantic getawaySights nearby - Stroll down to Dam Square and visit the Royal Palace, a neoclassical gem and the setting for Dutch royal events
This cosy boutique hotel is located in the bohemian Amsterdam West district. Stylish guestrooms boast COCO-MAT beds, unique artwork and Marie Stella Maris toiletries; book the luxury suite for living space and a freestanding bathtub. Dine at the contemporary hotel restaurant; a chic city guesthouse. See More
Misc Amsterdam 6 rooms from $249Local exploring - Located right in the city centre, this is perfect for access the city's best restaurants, cafes, museums, design, & shoppingLively - Located in the buzzy Red Light District, there are plenty of bars and nightclubs to choose fromShort break - Centraal Station is just over ten minutes’ walk away, perfect for those on a quick tripBoutique - Friendly owners, eclectic design, and limited rooms make this an idyllic boutique stayRecommended by - I Escape
Hotel Estheréa Amsterdam 91 rooms from $250Full of character - The feel is much like you've stepped into a period drama with patterned wallpaper, detailed fabrics, & not a hint of uniformityLocal exploring - Set on the oldest canal on the city in the heart of the historic centre and surrounded by hip shops, cafes and restaurantsIntimate - The hotel may be large, but it is a family-run affair and that really shows in the genuinely friendly serviceHistoric - Set in a beautiful seventeenth-century building on Amsterdam’s oldest canal, the SingelRecommended by - Frommers, Michelin Travel
17th century townhouses make up this boutique hotel on Amsterdam's oldest canal. Chandeliers, mahogany panelling and extravagant decor adorn the rooms. Large suites are all unique with luxurious fabrics and vibrant wallpapers. Breakfast is worth waking up for; drinks at the bar worth staying up for. See More
Mokum Suites Amsterdam City Centre 2 rooms from $250Local exploring - Located close to the city centre and the main attractions, this B&B makes a great base for local exploringCity Style - Situated in a heritage property in the charming canal district, this hotel has lots of local styleRomantic Break - The hotel's contemporary, stylish suites are great for a romantic couples' getawaySights nearby - Stroll through town to Dam Square, Amsterdam's lively central plaza and home to the Royal Palace, a neoclassical gemRecommended by - Great Small Hotels
This unique B&B is located a heritage property in the heart of Amsterdam's canal district. Suites are contemporary, featuring chic design pieces and homely soft furnishings; book the airy Star Suite for high ceilings, original architectural details and pretty canal views. A charming city bolt-hole. See More
The Pavilions Amsterdam, The Toren Amsterdam 40 rooms from $253Romantic Break - Rooms are equal parts boudoir as they are bedroom and bathrooms feature hot tub baths - very romanticCity Style - Enjoy cocktails at the lively bar before an evening exploring the vibrant restaurants and barsSights nearby - Dam Square, the Royal Palace and several museums are within walking distance of the hotelClose to nightlife - Set in the Jordaan area there is a wide range of restaurants and typical Amsterdam cafésRecommended by - Frommers, Michelin Travel, Tablet
Lavish boutique encompassing two 17th-century canal-side townhouses in central Amsterdam. Romantic rooms and suites are decorated in moody hues with rich fabrics and theatrical details. Enjoy a cocktail at the bar (where breakfast is served) or small bites in the lounge. A great city crashpad. See More
Pestana Amsterdam Riverside Amsterdam (Oud Zuid) 154 rooms from $259City Style - Situated in a heritage building on the canalside in central Amsterdam, this hotel has lots of city styleRomantic Break - Book the romantic Mezzanine Suite for your next couples' getaway and enjoy a freestanding bathtubLocal exploring - With a privileged location in De Pijp, this hotel is perfectly located for local exploringLuxury - The large swimming pool and spa offer some extra luxury at this chic stay
This five-star luxury hotel is located in De Pijp, Amsterdam. Guests can choose between rooms in the historic municipal building or contemporary studios at River House. Interiors are elegant and modern with crisp white linens; book the penthouse suite for charming heritage details. A chic city stay. See More
Dutch Masters Amsterdam 9 rooms from $266Families - These self-catering apartments are perfect for families travelling with children; kids under 2 stay for freeLocal exploring - Located in the historic centre of Amsterdam, these apartments are the perfect base for local exploringCity Style - Situated in a heritage building in the city centre, this hotel has lots of city styleLocal markets - Get up early and take a trip to the Amsterdam Flower Market, a beautiful display of plants and flowers
This hotel offers luxury, self-catering apartments in the historic centre of Amsterdam. Interiors are based on famous Dutch artists and boast heritage features like detailed ceilings and large windows, as well as unique design pieces. Book the Van Gogh suite for a private terrace; a chic city hotel. See More
De Witt Hotel Amsterdam 274 rooms from $266Short break - Located just across the way from Centraal Station, this is a convenient choice for a fly-by city breakIntimate - The 5pm Wine Hour (offering free wine and snacks) becomes genuinely relaxed and chattyCity Style - A chic design hotel complete with atmospheric bar and a lively restaurantArtworks - Enjoy the hotel's collection of ever-changing artworks by Dutch talents
A sleek hotel occupying two 17th-century hotels just minutes from the Centraal Station. Rooms vary slightly in design but all follow a blue and white scheme, and have wooden floors and luxurious bathrooms. American comfort food is served in Wyers restaurant and there's a lively cocktail bar too. See More
Inn on the Lake Amsterdam (AH Broek in Waterland) 4 rooms from $272Foodies - There may not actually be a restaurant, but Pamela's homemade breakfasts & excellent dinners make this a foodie destinationShort break - Set just 11 minutes from Amsterdam’s central station, this couldn't be more convenient for a quick weekend getawayRomantic Break - Gorgeous rooms with high ceilings, chandeliers, and free-standing tubs at the end of the bed ensure a romantic stayHotel boats for hire - The hotel's private boat will ferry you on days out along picture-perfect lakes and riverwaysRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Michelin Travel
A gorgeous lakeside guesthouse with beautiful views. Four elegant rooms are each individually styled and feel traditional yet fresh. All have a free-standing bathtub, high ceilings, and chandeliers. The host is an outstanding cook and rustles up excellent breakfasts and dinners. A romantic hideaway. See More
Hotel V Nesplein Amsterdam 42 rooms from $306Short break - Just a10-minute walk to Centraal Station (one tram-stop) — this is convenient for a quick city breakChic - The style is eclectic (classic of the Dutch) giving the feel of staying in a friend's very chic homeLocal exploring - You could hardly get more central – a minute from the Dam, on the edge of the red-light districtTheatre - Set on a street that is a focus of Amsterdam’s alternative theatre scene
A chic modern hotel located slap-bang in the heart of the city. Industrial-chic rooms and suites have dark wood floors and stylish bathrooms. There's a buzzy restaurant and bar area which occasionally hosts live music. A central and cool spot for a weekend away in Amsterdam. See More
Hotel Okura, Amsterdam Amsterdam 300 rooms from $3075* Luxury - For those who want all the luxury trimmings this is a great option with standout service, fine dining, and a spaFoodies - Two Michelin awarded restaurants, with the Ciel Bleu being the flagship with its impressive two Michelin starsSwimming Pool - The hotel boasts the city's largest swimming pool - suitable for unwinding in or doing some morning lapsViews - The higher you go, the better the views. It is worth booking one of the suites to enjoy these
The Okura is the pinnacle of luxury. With a vast variety of rooms and suites, all lavishly decorated with stunning views of the city, the Okura will cater to your every need. There is an extensive spa onsite, and a selection of 4 restaurants two of which hold Michelin stars. A has-it-all stay. See More
Ambassade Hotel Amsterdam 58 rooms from $351Writing a novel - A favourite amongst writers; signed copies of famous author's books adorn the library, perfect for some inspiration!Traditional - Stretching through 11 canal houses, this is a resplendent stay with original art and antiques a-plentyMuseums - Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum are all walking distanceHistoric - For more than half a century this was the go-to hotel for Dutch publishersRecommended by - Fodors, Frommers, Good Hotel Guide, Michelin Travel
17th Century waterfront hotel in the heart of Amsterdam's canal district. A clever conversion of 11 canal houses, rooms are Louis XVI in style, filled with traditional antiques and complemented with modern art. There's fine dining at Brasserie Ambassade and drinks in the library. A city gem. See More
Amsterdam Prince Island by YAYS Amsterdam City Centre 26 rooms from $351Local exploring - This hotel is in a great location, far enough from the centre to avoid noise but close enough to visit the main attractionsFamilies - These large, two-bedroom apartments are great for families travelling with children, and offer ample living spaceCity Style - Located on the site of a heritage church on the canalside, this hotel has lots of local styleSights nearby - Enjoy spectacular, 360 degree views of the city from the A'DAM Lookout, a 20-storey viewing platform
This boutique hotel offers self-contained apartments on the canalside in Bickerseiland. The apartments are great for families or groups, with multiple, cosy bedrooms and separate living space, plus self-catering facilities. Book a comfort suite for a shared terrace; a stylish city break. See More
Hotel IX Amsterdam City Centre 5 rooms from $391Local exploring - Located in the boutique Nine Streets district of Amsterdam, this hotel is in a great location for local exploringCity Style - Situated in a newly renovated heritage property, this hotel has lots of modern city styleRomantic Break - Couples love the hotel's cosy rooms and the discretion of having direct accessGreat walks - Explore The Nine Streets on foot and discover independent boutiques, restaurants and cafés, all within walking distanceRecommended by - Great Small Hotels
This new boutique hotel is situated in a beautifully restored 17th-century property in Nine Streets, Amsterdam. Rooms feature a blend of modern and vintage-style furniture; the best suites boast exposed brick walls and chic living space. Enjoy hassle-free check-in with keypad access; a smart hotel. See More
The Hoxton, Amsterdam Amsterdam 111 rooms from $410Groups - There's the option of private dining or curated parties in The Apartment — a great option for a special occasion as a groupLocal exploring - Located on The Nine Streets, you’ve got some of the city’s best restaurants and stores within minutes of the hotelCity Style - With hip urban style, a central location, and a buzzy brasserie — this is a trendy city baseDesigner Shopping - The hotel is just steps from the Negen Straatjes shopping quarter
A retro-chic hotel in the heart of the city. Spacious rooms feature sink-into beds, parquet floors, wood panelling and luxurious bathrooms. There are hotel bikes to rent, a very good restaurant and a lively bar. Just a stroll from many of the major sights and set on one of the prettiest canals. See More
Andaz Amsterdam Amsterdam 122 rooms from $420Contemporary - Modern touches make for easy living with work spaces, numerous sockets, & a tv that accesses the hotel's video art collectionDesigner - Designed and decorated by Marcel Wanders who has let his imagination run wild in keeping with the Andaz's whimsical designCity Style - Andaz always does city chic just right with flamboyant design, luxe touches, and well-trained staffSights nearby - The Anne Frank House, Wester Church, Royal Palace, and the Red Light District are all nearbyRecommended by - Tablet, Kiwi Collection
A spectacular five-star hotel, the ultimate in fantastical design. The suites, garden, spa, restaurant, bar and library are designer showcases - fish head centrepieces, chandeliers, ornate cornicing, murals, porcelain, metallic gold etc. Canalside-cool and splendour for a unique city stay. See More
The Dylan Hotel Amsterdam 40 rooms from $442City Style - A wonderfully balanced design hotel with the perfect mix of style and practicality, ideally set within the grachtengordelFoodies - Michelin starred Vinkeles restaurant serves impeccable cuisine and the lounge bar is one of the hottest spots in the cityClose to nightlife - Located on one of the city's most beautiful canals, packed with chic cafes, hip bars and trendy restaurantsBoutique - A chic boutique stay where period charm perfectly meets contemporary stylingRecommended by - I Escape, Tablet, Frommers, Kiwi Collection, Small Luxury Hotels, Michelin Travel
Sofitel Legend Amsterdam the Grand Amsterdam 177 rooms from $4825* Luxury - With chic contemporary design, a butler service, a spa, and even a horse-drawn carriage — you'll wish for nothing hereFamilies - Infant beds and cots are free and there is a babysitting and childcare service making this an easy choice for familiesHistoric - The hotel is housed in an erstwhile Admiralty building (dating from the 17th century)Local exploring - Right in the heart of town, on the edge of the Red Light DistrictRecommended by - Tablet, Fodors, Frommers, Kiwi Collection
A grand five-star hotel located in the heart of the city. Despite being set in a 17th -century building, interiors are modern and stylish. Spacious rooms and suites have plenty of light, retro furniture, and most have bathtubs. With fine dining, a spa, and butler service - this is luxury defined. See More
Pulitzer Amsterdam Amsterdam 225 rooms from $549Romantic Break - Beautiful accommodation, splendid cuisine and one of Europe's finest cities on your doorstep — perfect for a romantic getawayCity Style - An achingly cool and contemporary spot, set within 25 linked canal houses dating back to the 17th centurySights nearby - The Royal Palace, Dam Square and Leidesplein are some of the many attractions just a short distance awayRestaurant - Jansz serves a fine menu of newly imagined modern classics.Recommended by - Tablet, Mr & Mrs Smith
Pulitzer Amsterdam consists of 25 interlinked 17th and 18th century canal houses offering luxurious accommodation in the city's centre. They combine modern and traditional Dutch architecture to give it a classical fresh feel and their superb Jansz restaurant is a must visit. A top-notch city stay! See More
Seven One Seven Hotel Amsterdam 9 rooms from $584Local exploring - Location lends itself nicely to exploring the city whether you want to explore the nearby museums, restaurants or designer shopsTotal relaxation - Relax and recharge in this homely hotel, afternoon tea in the library, and an evening glass or two of wineDesigner - Interiors by former owner, the fashion designer Kees van der Valk — this is a very stylish stayOutstanding location - Overlooking Amsterdam's most beautiful canal, PrinsengrachtRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet, Kiwi Collection, Michelin Travel
A grand 17th-century sugar trader's residence oozing with old-world charm on the UNESCO canal network. Marble floors, oak panelling and beautiful paintings adorn the rooms. Enjoy breakfast in the dining room, relax with a book in the antique-filled sitting room or explore the city with ease. See More
Hotel Twenty Seven Amsterdam City Centre 16 rooms from $639Local exploring - Perched on one of Amsterdam's central squares, this hotel is the perfect base for local exploringRomantic Break - Book a luxury suite with a private hot tub for added indulgence on your next couples' getawayCity Style - Located in a beautifully restored heritage building, this hotel has lots of chic city styleSights nearby - Visit the Royal Palace, used by the Dutch Royal House; tours are available, the hotel can book ahead for youRecommended by - Small Luxury Hotels
This boutique hotel is located in Dam Square, in the heart of Amsterdam's city centre. Suites are opulent, featuring textured walls and luxury prints in a regal palette; book a signature suite for stylish living space and breathtaking city views. Enjoy a cocktail in the cosy bar; an exclusive hotel. See More
Hotel de L'Europe Amsterdam 111 rooms from $660Luxury - For serious luxury pick one of the Dutch Masters suites, luxury artists’ lofts with replicas of paintings from the RijksmuseumFoodies - Four restaurants serve up something for everyone, from Bord’Eau's two Michelin stars to Freddy’s BarLocal exploring - It’s hard to get more central than the De L’Europe Amsterdam, on the banks of the AmstelGood wine list - Bord'Eau has an impressive wine collection with over 850 bottlesRecommended by - Tablet, Kiwi Collection
A five-star hotel set on Amstel's banks with Michelin-starred restaurants and a state-of-the-art spa. Decadent traditional living areas lead up to opulent rooms and suites. Rich wallpapers, marble bathrooms, mahogany furniture, and Old Master replicas. Undeniably one of the city's grand dames. See More
Breitner House Amsterdam 2 rooms from $661City Style - A private home with beatifully ornate interiors and the owner present to give you personalised city tipsTownhouse - The house is decorated with period antiques, original fireplaces and Italian chandeliers, and brocadesHistoric - Once home of a celebrated 19th-century Dutch artist, the building still keeps its lavish designLuxury - Touches such as the exceptional champagne breakfast make this a very luxurious stay
Expect champagne breakfasts and architectural treasures in this elegant and romantic boutique hôtel. Just two exquisite suites in this fascinating and beautiful house where impressionists such as George Breitner and Isaac Israel worked in these splendid rooms. An unforgettable treat. See More
Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam 129 rooms from $746Architectural - A grand 19th century building that's been artfully turned into a modern hotel without losing the building's original character5* Luxury - With a spoiling spa, healthy dining, a chic lobby lounge, and standout service — this ticks all the luxury criteriaLocal exploring - Well positioned bang in between Museumplein and Amsterdam’s chicest fashion streetMuseums - The Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, and Stedelijk Museum are right next doorRecommended by - Tablet, Kiwi Collection
A homage to modern design in the centre of Amsterdam. Huge open rooms, minimalist furniture, and natural light. There are the option of two very good restaurants, an indoor pool, and a spoiling spa. Located in the heart of Museum Square district this is both a convenient and indulgent choice. See More