Amsterdam is the best known city in the Netherlands, attracting visitors from every corner of the globe. Its liberal values and thriving nightlife, in tandem with its cultural, historical and natural features, make it a great city for all travellers.
The city has a range of accommodation options on offer, with traditional independently run hostels to larger luxurious hotels.
Whatever it is you’re after, our options below should help you find the best option for you with a great price.
You should’t struggle to find accommodation in Amsterdam. As a top location for many tourists, the city has adapted to cater for all types of travellers. Take a look at our list of top places to stay around the city:
Tourist Attractions. Amsterdam has a whole host of historical treasures so if you are looking for a hotel close to these attractions and you are willing to pay a bit more then you it might be worth considering staying at a hotel near the city centre. These hotels tend to cost over £100 a night and they tend to sell out quite quickly so it would be worth booking your stay in advance.
Canal. If money isn’t an issue and you’re looking to find a hotel in the heart of the city then accommodation along one of Amsterdam’s canals is a perfect setting for any trip. These hotels tend to be more expensive because you’re paying for the location as well as the hotel. If you don’t want to pay full price it might be worth visiting out of season and booking in advance. Hotel prices drop during the Winter, particularly between November and February.
On a budget. If you’re visiting Amsterdam on a tight budget or you don’t want to spend a fortune on your hotel room then staying outside the city centre is your best bet. There are a range of hotels just outside the centre and often these are priced below £100 a night.