Hotels in Amsterdam

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From stately 17th-century canal house apartments to uber-modern capsule hotels, the best hotels in Amsterdam cater to every taste and budg... Read More

From stately 17th-century canal house apartments to uber-modern capsule hotels, the best hotels in Amsterdam cater to every taste and budget.

This unabashedly diverse city has an equally varied selection of lodgings, from rehabbed canal homes to plush old-world hotels and sleek boutique hotels. To get the lowest rates, book an Amsterdam hotel during off-season, between November and March. (The penalty: You'll most likely miss the tulips). If you’re wondering where to stay in Amsterdam, the new canalside Hoxton Hotel is high on hip but comfortable design, and has great spaces for lounging, grabbing a bite or coffee, and even a screening room and space where they hold regular events. With a mod sensibility and affordable rates, CitizenM is a boutique hotel across from Beatrix Park that offers nice perks such as rain showers, extra-large king-size beds, and a "MoodPad," which you can use to fine-tune your room's music, temperature, and lighting. The Conservatorium Hotel, which architect Piero Lissoni converted from a former music conservancy, is a minimalist masterpiece that’s close to all the main museums.

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  • Ambassade Hotel

    Spread over three historic canal houses, this boutique hotel combines modern baroque style (rich brocades and gilt) with impeccable service. In addition... Read More

  • Andaz Amsterdam

    Currently occupying a former library, the five star Andaz Amsterdam is the work of Dutch celebrity designer Marcel Wanders. Visually, it's a marvel -... Read More

  • citizenM hotel Amsterdam

    Next to Station Zuid, Citizen M is the Dutch answer to a capsule hotel. The 210 budget rooms are tiny, but have large, comfortable beds, oversized... Read More

  • Conservatorium Hotel

    Architect Piero Lissoni's gorgeous remodeling of an old music conservatory is a minimalist masterpiece, from its soaring glass-covered atrium to its 129... Read More

  • Hotel De Hallen

    An old tram depot dating from 1902 has been transformed into this quirky but very comfortable contemporary hotel. Slightly out of town, Hotel De Hallen... Read More

  • Hôtel Droog

    Founded by the famous Dutch design collective Droog, Hôtel Droog is more of a cultural and events centre than a proper hostelry. Equipped with a... Read More

  • Hotel Not Hotel

    Ideal for those who want something other than a run-of-the-mill hotel, with a range of unique rooms from an Amsterdam tram carriage to its very own crow... Read More

  • Motel One

    Stylish design and affordable rates compensate for a slightly out-of-centre location. In any case, there's a shuttle service into town and connections... Read More

  • Pulitzer Amsterdam

    The Pulitzer is made up of 25 landmarked townhouses from the 17th- and 18th-century in the center of Amsterdam’s canal district, but the newly... Read More

  • Qbic Hotel Amsterdam WTC

    With great connections to the airport and the city center, this budget-friendly option next to the WTC in Zuid features excellent contemporary design... Read More

  • The Dylan

    Truly one of a kind, it's hard to fault The Dylan. Everything from the design, service, location and restaurant merit top marks for quality and style. Read More

  • The Hoxton, Amsterdam

    Comprised of five separate canal-side houses, this new hipster hangout is a spinoff of the London original. This iteration however, features the ever... Read More

  • Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam

    Complete with a grand staircase, this truly remarkable collection of canal mansions is an immaculately designed hotel. With 93 rooms and suites to... Read More

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