The beautiful capital city of the Netherlands is a delight to explore. Bisected by an extensive network of canals, Amsterdam welcomes visitors to uncover a wonderful network of canals, rows of impossibly narrow gabled houses, and a wealth of art. You will find a wide variety of accommodation options to suit all tastes and budgets.
1.Hotel V Fizeaustraat
© Hotel V Fizeaustraat
Hotel V is located in a fully renovated 70s building overlooking the Amstel River skyline. It is within easy walking distance of Amstel Station, which offers easy access to trains, trams, cycling paths and bicycle rentals. The hotel is family owned and operated, and your hosts will be happy to help you find all the hidden treasures of the city. Most of the comfortable rooms have views of trees and greenery and are decorated to reflect the hotel’s 70s heritage. All the guestrooms have very comfortable king-size beds, a small work area, walk-in rain showers, complimentary Wi-Fi, smart TV, and Nespresso coffee maker. Most rooms can accommodate an additional single bed for families.
Hotel V Fizeaustraat, Fizeaustraat 2, 1097 SC, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-06-62-32-33
© Hotel IX
Located in the famous Nine Streets area of Amsterdam, (in fact, this is the only hotel in Nine Streets) this delightful vintage boutique hotel occupies a beautifully restored 17th century building. Each of the individually designed five suites offers contemporary modern furnishings and many luxury touches to provide an authentic home-from-home atmosphere. Each of the suites has a lounge area, and you can expect to enjoy free Wi-Fi, an in-room Nespresso coffee maker, mini-bar, and modern bathroom – most have walk-in showers. Your friendly hosts are on hand to suggest restaurants, tours and activities. As there is no elevator this hotel is not suitable for visitors who have walking difficulties.
Hotel IX, Hartenstraat 8, 1016 CB, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-08-45-84-51
© Hotel Dwars
Hotel Dwars is an intimate boutique-style hotel located just meters from bustling Utrechtsestraat, where you can find some of the best shopping and dining options in the city. The hotel has just nine individually decorated guestrooms that offer a fresh and welcome change from regular hotel offerings. Each of the comfortable rooms features a mix of new and vintage furniture, enhanced by lovely plants and comfortable beds. Luxury touches include Nespresso coffee makers, rain showers, special lighting and up-scale toiletries. Although the hotel does not offer meals you will find a wide variety of recommended eateries just around the corner.
Hotel Dwars, Utrechtsedwarsstraat 79, 1017 WD Amsterdam, Phone: +31-6-19-55-56-51
© Pulitzer Amsterdam
The Pulitzer came about as a result of a mammoth amalgamation of twenty five 17th century Golden Age canal houses, completed in 2016. Located in the heart of the famous Nine Streets district, the resultant hotel is nothing short of amazing and includes the serene Pulitzer Gardens, an enclosed courtyard garden ideal for relaxation. Each of the elegant rooms and suites has been carefully furnished and decorated with your comfort in mind – expect ultra comfortable beds, marble bathrooms, robes and slippers, a mini-bar, and tea and coffee-making equipment. Complimentary Wi-Fi and breakfast are included in your room rate and you can enjoy snacks, drinks, and meals at various on-site bars and restaurants.
Pulitzer Amsterdam, Prinsengracht 323, 1016 GZ, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-05-23-52-35
© Canal House
Located on the King’s Canal (Kaizersgracht) in the Jordaan, the cultural center of Amsterdam, the charming Canal House is housed in three 17th century merchant houses. Although the hotel has historic roots, it is very much a modern and luxurious boutique hotel, featuring 23 individually furnished and decorated guest rooms. Even the standard rooms feature king-size beds and luxury touches such as garden views, luxury toiletries, free Wi-Fi, and a complimentary buffet breakfast. From this very comfortable base you will be within walking distance of many of the city’s most popular attractions. The hotel has a beautiful and serene garden where you can relax with a cocktail after a busy day exploring wonderful Amsterdam.
Canal House, Keizersgracht 148, Amsterdam City Center, 1015 CX, Phone: +31-2-06-22-51-82
© Conservatorium Hotel
The Conservatorium is located in one of the most convenient locations in Amsterdam – you will find yourself in the heart of the popular Museum District and mere steps from some of the best shopping in the city. If your budget allows, you can treat yourself to a stay in one of the hotel’s stunning signature suites, which offer the last word in luxury and style. Note that even the standard rooms are exceptionally well designed and comfortable and feature Queen-size beds. The Conservatorium is home to one of the city’s best spas (The Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre) and has a choice of two restaurants – the Brasserie and Lounge serves breakfast, lunch, tea and supper, while the impressive Taiko Restaurant is a great choice for contemporary Asian cuisine.
Conservatorium Hotel, Van Baerlestraat 27, Amsterdam, 1071 AN, Phone: +31-2-05-70-00-00
7.Crane Hotel Faralda
© Crane Hotel Faralda
Guests who are looking for a totally unique and awe-inspiring Amsterdam experience need look no further than the remarkable Crane Hotel Faralda. Built inside an enormous shipping crane in an abandoned shipyard in Amsterdam’s docklands, the Crane Hotel Faralda is, in fact, a collection of three extraordinary suites that offer unbelievable views from your lofty vantage point. On the top of the crane you will find a Panoramic Lounge and a heated spa pool However, do not expect room service, as this is a self-service hotel where you collect your key from a key lock and make your own bed. Access to the hotel is by ferry.
Crane Hotel Faralda, NDSM – plein 78, 1033 WB, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-07-60-61-61
8.De L’Europe Hotel
© De L’Europe Hotel
Perfectly located in the heart of Amsterdam’s famed Museum District, the De L’Europe Hotel provides a haven of comfort and style along the banks of the Amstel River. You can choose from a variety of marvelously comfortable and stylish rooms, all of which feature every modern convenience and many luxury touches such as in-room Nespresso coffee makers and a pillow menu. After a busy day of sightseeing you can pop down to the Le Spa for a pampering treatment or massage or burn off some calories at the gym. The Hooftstad Brasserie is the place to go for tasty modern European dishes, served out on the terrace when the weather permits, and you can also try some fine dining at the Michelin-starred Bord’Eau Restaurant.
De L’Europe Amsterdam, Nieuwe Doelenstraat 2-14, 1012 CP, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-05-31-17-77
9.Hotel De Hallen
© Hotel De Hallen
Hotel De Hallen combines an edgy industrial atmosphere with vintage architecture and modern, luxury rooms to provide an unusual accommodation option in an interesting part of the city close to Vondel Park. Occupying the vintage premises of what was once the Amsterdam Tram Depot, Hotel De Hallen features modern Scandinavian interior design in the guest rooms, all of which have superior king-size beds and linens along with other luxury touches like in-room Nespresso coffee makers and up-market toiletries. There is a large sunny terrace where you can relax with a cocktail after a busy day of sightseeing, and you can dine at Remise47, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Hotel De Hallen, Bellamyplein 47, 1053 AT, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-08-20-86-70
10.Andaz Prinsengracht Hotel
© Andaz Prinsengracht Hotel
Conveniently located in the heart of Amsterdam’s Historic District and surrounded by the city’s wonderful network of canals, the Andaz Hotel is a favorite trendy option for discerning visitors. The hotel has a total of 122 rooms and suites, many of which have lovely canal views. The rooms are sleek and modern, and the hotel features quirky art and sculptured furnishing around every corner. You can dine at the Blue Spoon Restaurant (European specialties with a Dutch twist) or make your way to an outdoor street market. From your comfortable base you will easily be able to explore the city on foot or by bicycle.
Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht, Prinsengracht 587, 1016 HT, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-05-23-12-34
© Hotel Estherea
When you choose to stay at Hotel Estherea you will find yourself in an historic boutique gem housed in a row of three 17th century buildings alongside the Singel, Amsterdam’s oldest canal. The area forms part of the ring of canals which has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not only will you be within walking distance of most of Amsterdam’s most popular attractions and shopping areas, you will also find yourself cocooned within a lavishly appointed and beautifully decorated vintage space. Each of the 95 luxury rooms and suites are a haven of peace and serenity and supply everything you need for a wonderful stay, including iPads on request.
Hotel Estherea, Singel 303-309, 1012 WJ, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-06-24-51-46
© Hotel Fita
Occupying a quiet leafy location between the Vondel Park and Museum Square, Hotel Fita is a popular Amsterdam hotel that offers visitors a clean and comfortable base from which to explore all the attractions of wonderful Amsterdam. The guest bedrooms vary in size and bed configuration, and although they are quite simply decorated, all of them offer luxury touches such as Dutch artworks, Nespresso coffee machines, free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, and an in-room safe. Hotel Fita also provides a delicious complimentary full breakfast to get your day off to a great start. A five minute walk will get you to a variety of eateries, or you can take the tram to the Central Station to explore further afield.
Hotel Fita, Jan Luijkenstraat 37, 1071 CL, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-06-79-09-76
13.Hotel JL No 76
© Hotel JL No 76
Hotel JL No 76 is a popular modern hotel located in one of the very best areas of the city – a five-minute walk will get you to just about any of the most popular attractions, and there are buses and canal boats close by to take you further afield. The hotel has a variety of comfortable modern guestrooms, (including larger family rooms) some of which have Jacuzzi bathtubs and a bathroom TV. You can help yourself to a delicious breakfast buffet before setting out to discover all the charms of Amsterdam. The hotel also offers an Honesty Bar where you can help yourself to drinks and snacks and the Eat and Drink Restaurant where you can enjoy lunch, brunch, or dinner.
Hotel JL No 76, Jan Luijkenstraat 76, 1071 CT, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-03-48-55-55
14.Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam Hotel
© Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam Hotel
Grand by name and grand by nature, this impressive hotel is a popular choice among discerning visitors to Amsterdam. The hotel is located in the heart of the historic city center, close to many popular city attractions. On site at The Grand you can enjoy several very special treats including the beautiful Garden Terrace, the relaxing and pampering So SPA, and Bridges Dining, which offers gourmands a Michelin-starred dining experience. The guest rooms are also really “grand” and offer an elegant and stylish cocoon where you can relax and plan your next day in Amsterdam. All rooms feature a Sofitel MyBed, walk-in rain showers, complimentary Wi-Fi, Nespresso coffee makers, and fabulous Hermes toiletries.
Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam Hotel, Oudezijds Voorburgwal 197, 1012 EX, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-05-55-31-11
15.Jackie O Bed & Breakfast
© Jackie O Bed & Breakfast
You will find Jackie O’s B&B tucked away on the first floor of a heritage building located in the heart of Amsterdam’s Canal District. Many of the most popular attractions (Nine Streets, Ann Frank House, etc.) are located within walking distance and your B&B apartment will allow you to experience life as an Amsterdam local. You will have access to the entire apartment, which includes twin beds (these can be made up as a king-size bed on request), a sitting area, small kitchenette, and private bathroom. The apartment has lovely views out over the Bloemgracht canal, which is lined with restaurants and shops, and you can rent a bicycle across the road. Buses and trams are easily available to take you further afield.
Jackie O B&B, Bloemgracht 73, 1016 KG, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-6-22-50-01-92
16.Kimpton De Witt Hotel
© Kimpton De Witt Hotel
Travelers looking for a modern boutique-style hotel with sleek minimalist décor combined with sumptuous luxury will love the Kimpton De Witt Hotel in the Amsterdam City Center. You can choose from several different guestroom configurations, but even the smallest standard room offers a long menu of luxuries to pamper you. Expect a wonderfully comfortable bed, the finest bed linens and bathrobe, luxury toiletries, a Nespresso coffee maker (and a fine selection of teas), a rain shower, and a fully stocked Honor bar. You will probably not want to leave your comfortable cocoon but do try to make time to visit the Inner Garden, the Restaurant, Coffee Shop, and the Gym.
Kimpton De Witt Hotel, Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 5, 1012 RC, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-05-21-18-88 or 31-02-05-21-18-88
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17.Luxury Suites Amsterdam
© Luxury Suites Amsterdam
The Luxury Suites Amsterdam is an all-suite hotel located in the heart of Amsterdam’s historic city center. Ideal for visitors who prefer a little more space to spread out in, each of the suites in the hotel offers a comfortable sitting area and fully-equipped kitchen as well as a bedroom and luxury bathroom. Some of the larger suites also have a delightful outdoor terrace. If you don’t feel like cooking you can enjoy your meals at one of the many surrounding restaurants and bars. Many of the city’s important attractions such as Dam Square and Waterloo Square are within easy walking distance, and you can reach all the other attractions by bus or tram.
Luxury Suites Amsterdam, Oudeschans 75, 1011 KW, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-07-23-83-00
© Misc Eatdrinksleep
Located in one of the most central positions you can find in the heart of Amsterdam’s city center, Misc Eatdrinksleep it an ideal accommodation choice for visitors who like to be within walking distance of just about every tourist attraction. Occupying a beautifully restored 17th century building, each of the attractive rooms has canal or garden views, a king-size bed (twin on request), individual modern décor and furnishings, and private bathroom with rain shower. Complimentary Dutch (Continental) breakfast is included in all room rates, and the concierge will be happy to book attraction tickets and restaurants to save you time. As there is no elevator this hotel is only suitable for people who can manage a steep staircase (or two).
Misc Eatdrinksleep, Kloveniersburgwal 20, 1012 CV, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-03-30-62-41
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19.Mr. Jordaan Hotel
© Mr. Jordaan Hotel
Located in the quirky and fashionable mid-town area of Jordaan, the Mr. Jordaan hotel overlooks the pretty Bloemgracht canal and is surrounded by one-of-a-kind shops, galleries, and restaurants. The hotel started off in the 60s when the original Mr. Jordaan advertised his couch for use by tourists – the idea took off and the hotel grew in leaps and bounds. You can expect to find a variety of comfortable rooms for singles, couples, or families, all with interesting modern décor, en-suite bathrooms, TV, and free Wi-Fi. You can have a buffet breakfast downstairs (book in advance to enjoy a discount) and then set off to explore all Amsterdam has to offer. Many attractions are within walking distance and the rest are accessible by bus or tram in about 10 minutes.
Mr. Jordaan Hotel, Bloemgracht 102, 1015 TN, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-06-26-58-01
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© Ambassade Hotel
Set along the banks of one of Amsterdam’s most beautiful canals, the Ambassade Hotel is an impressive residence, occupying what was once a row of ten original 17th century canal houses. From this central and luxurious base you will be able to reach the famed Museum District, many historic landmarks, theaters, and great shopping areas on foot. The hotel offers 56 individually decorated rooms, each of which features lavish appointments together with all the necessary mod-cons – most also offer wonderful canal views. Throughout the hotel you will be able to admire beautiful artworks and the Brasserie Ambassade offers delicious regional food.
Ambassade Hotel, Herengracht 341, 1016 AZ, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-05-55-02-22
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Combining an ethic of excellent customer service with sleek and sophisticated décor, Sebastian’s is a popular boutique-style hotel located directly on the Kaizersgracht in central Amsterdam. Single travelers are catered to in the small single rooms while a variety of other guestrooms are available for couples and families. All the rooms are tastefully furnished and decorated and have private modern bathrooms, air conditioning, TV, and tea and coffee facilities. The hotel serves breakfast, and there is a bar where you can relax with a drink after a busy day of sightseeing. You have a wide range of eateries to choose from in the surrounding area, and you can reach most of the city attractions on foot.
Sebastian’s, Keizersgracht 15, 1015 CC, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-04-23-23-42
22.Sir Adam Hotel
© Sir Adam Hotel
When you are looking for something a little out of the ordinary for your Amsterdam stay, you should do yourself a favor and check out the funky Sir Adam boutique hotel. The hotel is located in a land-mark 70’s building located just behind the Central Station and will particularly appeal to music lovers – each of the rooms has a genuine old record player (with a selection of vinyls) as well as an electric guitar, in case you feel the need to release your inner musician. Alongside these eclectic amenities, you can expect to find supremely comfortable beds dressed in premium bed linens, an over-sized rain shower, Illy coffee and tea facilities, and luxury spa toiletries. The roof-top lookout offers 360 degree city views and two restaurants.
Sir Adam, Overhoeksplein 7, 1031 KS, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-02-15-95-10
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© The Dylan
A proud member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the Dylan prides itself in offering every single guest a remarkable level of comfort and service during their visit to Amsterdam. The hotel occupies a prestigious location along the Kaizersgracht and is within walking distance of the famous Nine Streets. Each of the Dylan’s rooms and suites feature clean modern lines, queen or twin beds, and either courtyard, garden, or canal views. Luxuries such as Frette bathrobes and bed linens, Bose sound system, personal safe, mini-bar, coffee and tea facilities and free Wi-Fi are standard in all the luxuriously appointed rooms. When hunger strikes you can choose between the Michelin-starred Vinkeles Restaurant and the OCCO Bar Brasserie.
The Dylan, Keizersgracht 384, 1016 GB, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-05-30-20-10
24.The Hoxton, Amsterdam
© The Hoxton, Amsterdam
Located on the lovely Herengracht Canal, the Hoxton was once the residence of the city’s mayor, and today offers visitors a relaxed home-from-home hotel experience in the heart of the city. The rooms at the Hoxton come in all shapes and sizes to suit all tastes and requirements – solo travelers can opt for the Shoebox (snug and comfortable for one) while couples can decide between a Comfortable (double bed), Roomy (queen-size bed), or splurge on a dramatic Concept Room. Whichever you choose you can expect a sublimely comfortable bed, rain shower, modern brass chandeliers, and a complimentary breakfast bag to set you up for the day.
The Hoxton, 255 Herengracht, 1016 BJ, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-08-88-55-00
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25.Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam
© Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam
When only the best will do, you need look no further than the outstanding Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam. This remarkable luxury hotel occupies what was once a collection of six 17th and 18th century palaces located on the Herengracht (Gentleman’s Canal). Today the hotel offers discerning visitors the epitome of service, comfort, and style – the ideal base from which to explore all the riches of Amsterdam. All the spacious rooms and suites offer sleek, understated luxury – expect only the finest fabrics, linens, and fittings together with all the little luxuries you would expect from such a distinguished hotel. Dining options include the two Michelin starred Librije’s Zusje and the slightly less austere Goldfinch Brasserie and Peacock Alley.
Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam, Herengracht 542-556, 1017 CG, Amsterdam, Phone: +31-2-07-18-46-00
25 Best Amsterdam Hotels
- Hotel V Fizeaustraat, Photo: Hotel V Fizeaustraat
- Hotel IX, Photo: Hotel IX
- Hotel Dwars, Photo: Hotel Dwars
- Pulitzer Amsterdam, Photo: Pulitzer Amsterdam
- Canal House, Photo: Canal House
- Conservatorium Hotel, Photo: Conservatorium Hotel
- Crane Hotel Faralda, Photo: Crane Hotel Faralda
- De L’Europe Hotel, Photo: De L’Europe Hotel
- Hotel De Hallen, Photo: Hotel De Hallen
- Andaz Prinsengracht Hotel, Photo: Andaz Prinsengracht Hotel
- Hotel Estherea, Photo: Hotel Estherea
- Hotel Fita, Photo: Hotel Fita
- Hotel JL No 76, Photo: Hotel JL No 76
- Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam Hotel, Photo: Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam Hotel
- Jackie O Bed & Breakfast, Photo: Jackie O Bed & Breakfast
- Kimpton De Witt Hotel, Photo: Kimpton De Witt Hotel
- Luxury Suites Amsterdam, Photo: Luxury Suites Amsterdam
- Misc Eatdrinksleep, Photo: Misc Eatdrinksleep
- Mr. Jordaan Hotel, Photo: Mr. Jordaan Hotel
- Ambassade Hotel, Photo: Ambassade Hotel
- Sebastian’s, Photo: Sebastian’s
- Sir Adam Hotel, Photo: Sir Adam Hotel
- The Dylan, Photo: The Dylan
- The Hoxton, Amsterdam, Photo: The Hoxton, Amsterdam
- Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam, Photo: Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam
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