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This family-friendly Amsterdam hotel is located on the waterfront, within 1 mi (2 km) of Public Library, National Maritime Museum and The Old Church (Oude Kerk). ...
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Towering gabled buildings cling to the edges of Amsterdam’s tree-lined canals; a picture postcard setting for a city that blends charming architecture with a lively modern vibe.
Fancy a relaxing city break? You can find tulips, waffles, top-notch museums and laidback jazz drifting out of traditional brown cafes. But Amsterdam is just as much about nightlife, and its club scene, bar crawls and 24-hour party culture are legendary. So we're here to help you find a hotel in Amsterdam to suit you.
From luxury apartments to cheap hostels, from traditional bed and breakfasts to iconic houseboats, accommodation in Amsterdam are as diverse as the city's attractions. Choose a hotel in Dam Square or accommodation in Leidesplein if you're here to party – you'll also handily be close to the city’s main attractions. If you want to push the boat out, there’s sophisticated five-star accommodation in Oud Zuid, close to the lush green expanse of the Vondelpark, museums, the city's concert hall and designer shops.
Jordaan offers a flavour of that cosy feeling the Dutch call gezelligheid, with pretty townhouses, friendly restaurants and charming boutiques. Morgan & Mees is a small and elegant Jordaan boutique hotel, and just a short walk to the city centre.
The Grachtengordel is the crescent-shaped ring of canals that enclose Amsterdam’s medieval heart, and the place to stay if you want a hotel in Amsterdam for enjoying the historic atmosphere.
Or put yourself right at the heart of culture in the city and look for accommodation in the Museum Quarter. There you can admire Sunflowers at the Van Gogh Museum and try not to be overwhelmed by the one million items – including famous works by Rembrandt and Vermeer, at the recently revamped Rijksmuseum.
Amsterdam is a city for lovers too: cruise the canals, browse the floating flower market on the medieval Singel Canal together, and treat yourself to one of Amsterdam's boutique hotels. Or try a hotel in De Pijp and enjoy an atmospheric stroll from your front door to the century-old Albert Cuyp Market for spices, cheese, leathers and fabrics. Or for convenience and a splurge, go for a luxury hotel in central Amsterdam to complete the romantic experience.
For one-off trinkets, there are scores of antique stalls crammed into Antiekcentrum in Jordaan. Explore chic designer boutiques and vintage treasure troves around The Nine Streets, or De Negen Straatjes, one of the city’s prettiest areas. If you're a keen shopper, make sure you come on King's Day in April, when the whole of Amsterdam becomes one big citywide street market. Check out our deals on hotels for King's Day in Amsterdam.
When night falls, the most vibrant nightlife is found at Leidseplein and Rembrandtsplein. But you’ll also find great clubs and pubs in basements, former churches and old warehouses all over the city centre.
Alongside its liberal outlook, culture and energetic nightlife, Amsterdam still manages to embrace family fun and you'll find a range of family-friendly hotels in Amsterdam.
The Vondelpark is perfect for family cycling, there are plenty of children’s playgrounds dotted around, while attractions like the city’s science museum Nemo keep little ones entertained. For hassle-free days out, try a hotel near ARTIS Amsterdam Royal Zoo.
Choose a hotel in Amsterdam’s busier areas and what you gain on location you may lose on child-friendly elements. Instead look at de Plantage, an elegant area with pleasant squares, cobbled streets and that's home to ARTIS zoo.
Most of Amsterdam’s main attractions are in the compact city centre and are easily reached on foot. Besides, strolling along the canal banks is a good way to discover hidden gems lurking in narrow lanes and quiet squares.
You could follow the locals and go by bike – many hotels in Amsterdam can help you arrange some wheels. For a more relaxed journey, take a canal boat cruise.
You’ll probably hop on a tram at some point. The tram network covers a vast area and is often a better option than the buses or metro, which are more geared towards filtering travellers to the city’s suburbs.
If you’re planning a few journeys, a one-, two- or three-day travel card is a good option and covers the tram, bus and metro. Better still, the I amsterdam City Card lets you hop on and off trams, buses and the metro. It includes a canal cruise plus free access to dozens of attractions.