|Most expensive month:||April|
|Average price in Amsterdam:||$141/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$41/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Badhuiskade 3, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
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ibis Amsterdam Centre Stopera
Valkenburgerstraat 68, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
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Hotel Prins Hendrik
Prins Hendrikkade 52-58, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
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Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam
Dam 9, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
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Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel
Kattengat 1, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
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More than just its neon-lit streets and famous coffee shops, Amsterdam is an enchanting city with narrow canals, romantic bridges and historic townhouses. It’s an instantly likeable city with a long list of unmissable sights, shaped by world-class museums, street cafes and quaint restaurants that add to its cosy ambience.
A simple stroll through the picturesque streets of Amsterdam yields its biggest attractions, where you can shop for fresh produce at Nieuwmarkt, pick up souvenirs from the boutiques on the Nine Little Streets, or pop into one of the bars and nightclubs along Leidseplein. For a look at the city’s ethnic restaurants and famous street market, head to De Pijp, known by locals as “the Latin Quarter”.
Amsterdam is full of fascinating places to explore. The Heineken Experience teaches you about the world-famous beer company’s brewing process in a centuries-old factory, while also providing beer tastings and multimedia experiences. You can also see the industrial landscapes of Amsterdam-Noordor shop for quirky souvenirs on Warmoesstraat, one of the oldest streets in Amsterdam.
In a city famous for its museums, you absolutely must head to Rijksmuseum in Museumplein to see beautiful masterpieces by Rembrandt or admire the hundreds of post-Impressionist artworks at the Van Gogh Museum located right next door. For a moving experience, take a day to visit the Anne Frank House and see where her family hid from Nazis during World War II.
Looking for a place to unwind? Pack a picnic and head to the 48-hectare Vondelpark to laze around in its green patches of grass and picturesque lakes. For a perfect sunny-day excursion, hop on the train for a 30-minute ride to Zandvoort, a Dutch coastal town with a long sandy beach.
Amsterdam is a pedestrian-friendly city with designated bike lanes, so walking or riding a bike around its inner canals is a great way to see the city’s hidden treasures. Amsterdam also boasts an excellent public transportation system, where trams, metros and buses make it easy to traverse the city. For a unique view of Amsterdam, hop on a canal boat tour to see 16th-century buildings that line the waterways.
When visiting Amsterdam, consider checking out Westerpark, Amsterdam-Centrum, and Westpoort as some of the most sought after locations.
Olympic Hotel, rated with a score of 8.6 from 10,057 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Amsterdam. Other top stays include Xo Hotels Couture, with an average rating of 8.7 from 5,043 reviewers, and Via Amsterdam, with a score of 8.1 from 8,121 reviewers.
The Flying Pig Downtown is a popular hotel near Station Amsterdam Centraal that is highly recommended, with a score of 8.1 across 2,384 reviews.
The Flying Pig Downtown is the hotel close to De Dam that is most recommended by HotelsCombined users, with 2,384 reviews rating it at 8.1/10.
Close to Red Light District you will find The Flying Pig Downtown, which has a rating of 8.1 over 2,384 HotelsCombined reviews.
Amsterdam hotels have an average price of $344/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days). For a 4-star hotel, the average price is $304/night, and if you are looking for a 5-star hotel in Amsterdam then the average price is around $804/night.
$19/night is the cheapest price found for a hotel in Amsterdam by HotelsCombined users over the last 72 hours.
Over the last 3 days, the starting price of a hotel in Amsterdam tonight has been as low as $79 and the average price has been $229. If you’d prefer 4-star accommodation, expect to pay at least $90 for this evening.
Known for being one of the most famous streets in Amsterdam, Damrak Avenue runs throughout the city center and can be found on the waterfront. If you want to stay in a part of town that will put you within a short walking distance of many of the city’s most popular attractions, finding hotels in Amsterdam that are near this road is a convenient way to do so. The Royal Plaza Hotel Amsterdam is a nice option that is right next to Damrak Avenue and less than a 10-minute walk from the Royal Palace. You can also choose to stay at the A-Train Hotel, an option that is next to this street and in the heart of downtown Amsterdam. If you’re interested in cheap hotels in Amsterdam that are near here, there are lodging options for you to choose from, including the Flying Pig Downtown.
If you will be accompanied by small children while visiting the area, book one of the many kid-friendly hotels in Amsterdam. By staying somewhere that is just a short distance from family-oriented activities and attractions, it will be easy to keep everyone in your group entertained during your stay in town. For example, you may want to book a hotel that is close to Amstelpark, a large green space that has many animals and a children’s train. The Ph Hotel Oosteinde Economy Annex Building is an affordable place to stay that is near here and the Albert Cuyp Market. Many families enjoy spending time at Efteling, a fairytale-themed amusement park that is in the southern region. There are quite a few Amsterdam hotels that will put you just a short distance from here, like the ibis Styles Amsterdam Airport.
To be in a part of the city that is particularly peaceful and secluded, you may want to look for hotels in Amsterdam that are in the neighborhood of Jordaan. Jordaan is known for being a calm quarter that is still centrally located, bringing together the best of both worlds. The Boutique Hotel La Belle Vue will put you in the heart of this neighborhood and less than a 5-minute walk from the Anne Frank House. If you’re interested in particularly chic lodging, you can always book a room at the Max Brown Hotel Canal District, which is around a 15-minute walk from the Royal Palace and offers free luggage storage for guests. The Times Hotel can also be found in the neighborhood of Jordaan and is around a 5-minute walk from The 9 Streets.
To stay in a part of the city that will put you right near a variety of delicious dining options, select lodging that is in the Medieval Center. This neighborhood is filled with different cuisines for you to choose from, including American, traditional Dutch food, Italian, and Japanese. For a budget-friendly place to stay that will put you a short walk from a variety of yummy restaurants, consider booking a room at the Facade Hotel Amsterdam. Another affordable choice is the Budget Hotel Ben, which is also within a 5-minute walk of Dam Square. If you choose to stay at the Hotel De Gerstekorrel, you will be surrounded by different dining options and will be just steps away from Madame Tussauds. The Hotel Torenzicht is within walking distance of several places where you can grab a bite to eat and it also has its own on-site cafe.