A 5-star hotel, cosy B&B, romantic canal boat or a privately owned apartment – what would you prefer? Holland has a full variety of choice to offer.
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Amsterdam hotels 5 stars
What about making your trip to Amsterdam really luxurous? Our TOP picks of 5 stars hotels in Amsterdam: a recently rennovated Pulitzer Amsterdam, which consists of 25 interlinked 17th and 18th century canal houses along the famous Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht canals. A modern art’otel Amsterdam, with all rooms featuring art work by Atelier Van Lieshout. The iconic De L’Europe Amsterdam near Flower market, with manages to combine aristocratic atmosphere and modern technologies in rooms equipment.
Looking for something truly special? Have a look at Crane Hotel Faralda, located in a former harbour crane of 50 m high at NDSM shipyard.
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Amsterdam hotels 4 stars
Our choice is: DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station (featured on the photo below), a perfectly located Crowne Plaza Amsterdam City Centre, and design Hotel V Nesplein in the heart of Amsterdam.
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Amsterdam hotels 3 stars
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- 2-stars hotels in Amsterdam
- 1-star hotels in Amsterdam
- Unrated hotels in Amsterdam (pay attention to the unusual Hotel Not Hotel and Lloyd Hotel which has rooms rated from 1* to 5*)
- Apartments in Amsterdam
- Botels in Amsterdam
- Hotels in Schiphol airport
- Hotels in other cities of the Netherlands
Hotels in Amsterdam for business trips
If you come to Amsterdam to entertain and party all night, booking a hotel near Leidseplein or Rembrandtplein can be a reasonable decision. If you are looking for more privacy and comfort and want to live like locals, check hotels in Jordaan district. If you are looking for the true Dutch luxury, treat yourself with a room in one of the hotels located in historical canal houses.
An average price in Amsterdam’s hotels starts from €80 – €100 per night. If you are looking for a cheaper option but don’t want to compromise the quality of your stay, check hotels in smaller cities not far from Amsterdam (Haarlem, Zandvoort aan Zee).
Going to Holland? Book a hotel as soon as you start planning your trip to better rates, especially if you are visiting the Netherlands during the high season.