Best Hotels, B&Bs, Guesthouses and Hostels in Amsterdam

Best Hotels, B&B's and Hostels in Amsterdam

We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Amsterdam as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All the hotel recommendations have been referenced with adequate customer reviews. The ratings you see here is an aggregate from several platforms and is always higher than 4 out of 5 stars.

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The Hoxton Hotel, Amsterdam

Herengracht 255, 1016 BJ Amsterdam, The Netherlands (show on map)
4.6
The Hoxton Hotel, Amsterdam
Expert reviews

“The Hoxton Amsterdam, the first property outside Britain, opened in July 2015 with 111 rooms spread across five historic canal houses on the Herengracht canal. An excellent value with Dutch style and British humor, the Hoxton Amsterdam hits the sweet spot by balancing a hip vibe and relaxation.”

“Part of a Europe-based chain known for high style at affordable prices, the Hoxton has 111 rooms – in sizes from ‘shoebox’ to ‘roomy’ – splashed through five canal houses.”

Fodors review:

“Encompassing five 17th-century canal houses straddling the Singel and Herengracht canals, the first Hoxton Hotel outside of London delivers a coolly sophisticated vibe—think Williamsburg meets East End London—in a coveted spot within the 9 Straatjes shopping area.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Amsterdam.

Telegraph review:

“On a beautiful canal, within walking distance of the major museums and with a hip shopping quarter on its doorstep, the Hoxton has a buzzing lounge-bar, a great all-day restaurant, a style that mixes recent with retro, and good-sized, comfortable rooms.”

Customer review rating
4.6 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Breakfast bag
  • Excellent location
  • Friendly staff
  • Boutique style
  • Comfortable beds
From
$157 per night
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All you need to know

The Hoxton Hotel of Amsterdam is made up of 5 canal houses and the décor and spirit of the hotel definitely embraces the quirks and history of its location. Situated on the Nine Streets or De Negen Straatjes, as the Dutch refer to it, the Hoxton Hotel is a hidden gem surrounded by home-grown brands, local cafes and gourmet restaurants. The location offers unique shopping experiences and cool hangouts. Anne Frank House, royal Palace, New Church, Dam Square and Prinsengracht are all a few minutes’ walk away. No matter the season, the hotel and its surrounding community spark the need to adventure and explore for hidden paradises.

The hotel decor is inspired by the diversity and originality of its location, featuring monumental ceilings, canal views and original beams. There are three concept rooms to choose from and the choices include Showbox, Cosy and Roomy. No matter the choice, all rooms include the features of brass chandeliers, bespoken hexagonal mirrors and classical timber herringbone flooring.

Assistance is always available at the 24-hour front desk and each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Therefore, when the adventuring is done there is a quiet place to relax and destress. The Hoxton Hotel is ideal for anyone interested in architecture, vibrant culture, walking and city trips.

Hotel Details
— 111 rooms
— Built in the year 2015
— Boutique style

Hotel Features
— Free WiFi
— Restaurant
— Breakfast in room
— Bar
— 24-hour front desk
— Business and meeting facilities available
— Business center
— Room service
— Facilities for disabled guests available
— Bicycle rental available
— Air conditioning
— Laundry facilities

Additional Info
— Check in starts at 2:00 PM
— Check out time is 12:00 PM
— Minimum check in age is 18 years old

Address
Herengracht 255, 1016 BJ Amsterdam

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Hotel The Dylan, Amsterdam

Keizersgracht 384, 1016 GB Amsterdam, The Netherlands (show on map)
4.6
Hotel The Dylan, Amsterdam
Expert reviews
Frommers review:

“Offering truly individual guest rooms with stripped oak floors, exposed beams, blindingly white bathrooms, and four-poster beds that you could lose a family in, Amsterdam’s glossiest boutique hotel is located in a former 17th-century theater on lively Keizersgracht and well deserves its accolades.”

Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Amsterdam.

Fodors review:

“Situated behind the gate of a Golden Age theater is a luxury boutique hotel that continues to strike the right note, with views of Amsterdam’s grandest canal, award-winning service, a Michelin-starred restaurant and an elegant décor.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Amsterdam.

Telegraph review:

“The Dylan, intimate and detached from city bustle, comprises just 40 rooms, spread through two historic canal-side buildings. Period charm meets contemporary styling in a prime location. A top-class restaurant and smart, engaging staff all contribute to the mood of discreet, low-key chic.”

Customer review rating
4.6 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Helpful staff
  • Comfortable beds
  • Beautiful hotel
  • Boutique style
  • Top location
From
$380 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

The Dylan Hotel Amsterdam is located on 384 Keizersgracht in the Amsterdam City Centre district where it offers the best in hospitality services and facilities. The hotel is situated right in the heart of the city where it offers a short distance to several fascinating and interesting places. The hotel offers everything you need for a comfortable and convenient stay.

The hotel offers rooms and suites designed by renowned architect Remy Meijer; they feature elegant and classic designs. The hotel is particularly popular for being a romantic spot for couples; it is rated highly for a two-person trip.

The hotel offers chic and lush room options such as Duplex Room, Luxury Suite with Canal View, Double Room, Luxury Duplex Room, Junior Suite Canal View, Luxury Double Room, Superior Suite with Garden View, Luxury Single Room, and Luxury Suite with Garden View.

The famous Nine Streets Amsterdam is just 150 m away from the hotel while the Houseboat Museum is also 150 m away from the hotel. The popular House Marseille is about 200 m away from the hotel.

The on-site hotel restaurant offers a wide variety of local and international cuisines which they would enjoy a stylish setting provided by the hotel.

The hotel provides other services, facilities, and amenities such as concierge services, luggage storage, 24-hour front desk, airport shuttle, daily maid service and room service.

The lounge/bar area is the ideal place for guests to relax and enjoy a drink after a long day.

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Andaz Hotel Prinsengracht, Amsterdam

Prinsengracht 587, 1016 HT Amsterdam, The Netherlands (show on map)
4.6
Andaz Hotel Prinsengracht, Amsterdam
Expert reviews

“The Dutch designer Marcel Wanders created the fantastical, color-splashed interiors of the Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht, which opened in 2012 with 122 art-filled rooms, many featuring canal views.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Amsterdam.

Fodors review:

“This cool Hyatt kid stands out for its exuberant design by Dutch design idol Marcel Wanders, and the large canal-facing lobby/bar is a destination in itself.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Amsterdam.

Telegraph review:

“A dream-like design adventure, in a former library building on one of Amsterdam’s loveliest canals. It’s close to the Anne Frank House and prime shopping districts; rooms are large, well-equipped and comfortable; and service is bright. There’s also a tranquil spa, a hip cocktail bar and an excellent restaurant.”

Customer review rating
4.6 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Friendly staff
  • Beautiful hotel
  • Hotel design
  • Boutique style
  • Comf beds
  • Top location
From
$266 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Full of history and breaming with modern elegance, Andaz Hotel is the place to stay when in the city. This family-friendly hotel is located on the waterfront and is just a 10-minute walk from Melkweg, Leidseplein. The hotel is aesthetically pleasing to the eye and rooms are well-equipped with state-of-the-art modern furnishes and fittings.

The rooms in the hotel number up to 122, with every room provided with standard free Wi-Fi and free wired internet connection ensuring that guests stay connected to the rest of the world while staying in the hotel. The rooms have the most thoughtful of touches like bathrobes, pillow menus, Egyptian cotton sheets and stocked minibars.

With amenities such as express check-in and check-out, 24-hour front desk service, elevator, a bar/lounge area, coffee/tea in common areas of the hotel, the hotel makes for the perfect hospitality centre. The hotel is family-friendly by offering services such as babysitting/childcare service, in-room childcare service and infant beds. Also, available in the hotel are connecting/adjoining rooms which are designed specially to house families and make everyone happy. The in-room climate control makes the room flexible to match the taste of the occupier while the rainfall showerhead will keep you refreshed and renewed.

At The Spa, there are two treatment rooms where services like facials, massages, stone, and massages are offered. With the wide range of treatment therapies available and provided for by the hotel, guests are sure to feel like new after getting these special treatments.

The view from the hotel is remarkable and awe-inspiring; surrounded by the city’s iconic canals and close to the popular Nine streets, this is the perfect hotel for guests of the city.

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Aparthotel Zoku, Amsterdam

Weesperstraat 105, 1018 VN Amsterdam, The Netherlands (show on map)
4.6
Aparthotel Zoku, Amsterdam
Expert reviews
Fodors review:

“If you’re a roving creative type visiting Amsterdam to work as well as play, Zoku is your place; the top floor features a light-filled communal work space chock-full of couches and tables, perfect for lingering over a coffee while you work.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Amsterdam.

CNN review:

“With its multi-functional accommodations and unparalleled attention to detail, Zoku Amsterdam is the place to stay for traveling professionals and digital nomads. Its bright, colorful lofts manage to fit a work area, kitchenette, dining table and king-size bed into a 300-square-foot space.”

Telegraph review:

“Zoku offers loft apartments and co-working space ideal for hip global nomads, for short or extended stays. The style is invigoratingly 21st-century, the mood outgoing, and the loft design ingenious. There’s good food, a lively café-bar, and a giddying range of services to make you feel at home.”

Customer review rating
4.6 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Friendly staff
  • Great place
  • Interior design
  • Boutique style
  • Comfortable beds
  • Top location
From
$122 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Zoku is an award-winning hotel design to effectively mix living and working. It has a hotel/apartment style feature that makes it a perfect for guests who bring work with them along during their travels. The hotel is suitable for guest to have a long extended period of stay on the premises while effectively conducting their business and having a good living condition.

The hotel is situated in a perfect strategic location; it is 250 m from the Carre Theatre, 12 km from the Schiphol Airport and a distance of 300 m from Weesperplein. All these combine to make it the perfect relaxation destination.

This smoke-free and adults-only hotel has some highlights such as a 24-hour business centre, a bar/lounge area, a coffee shop and free Wi-Fi in hotel public areas. Other features of the hotel include a rooftop terrace that when viewed from provides a great view of the city.

The hotel is eco-friendly and is within walking distance of the popular Skinny Bridge. Free Wi-Fi is also available in all rooms of the hotel including a free wired internet service. Available in the rooms are modern air conditioning, free toiletries, in-room climate control and a premium bedding that would give you that sound sleep you have been craving. The rooms are also soundproofed.

Continental dishes are served at the stylish restaurant in the hotel for a surcharge and also a breakfast buffet. This four-star hotel has one of the friendliest staff in the world who give you the best of room service.

Zoku is the place to stay when in Amsterdam.

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Sir Albert Hotel, Amsterdam

Albert Cuypstraat 2-6, 1072 CT Amsterdam, The Netherlands (show on map)
4.4
Sir Albert Hotel, Amsterdam
Expert reviews

“A well-situated hybrid of new and old Amsterdam offers cosmopolitan hipness with surprising warmth and a sense of humor. The sleek Sir Albert five-story hotel has 90 rooms and suites, and a small but comfortable sitting area called the Study on the ground floor.”

“A 19th-century diamond factory houses this glitzy design hotel. Its 90 creative rooms and suites have high ceilings and large windows, with custom-made linens and Illy espresso machine.”

Customer review rating
4.4 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Helpful staff
  • Great neighborhood
  • Great breakfast
  • Boutique style
  • Comfortable beds
  • Top location
From
$125 per night
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All you need to know

Feed your soul with a stay at the Sir Albert Hotel. Located in the heart of Amsterdam’s Latin Quarter, in the stylish and diverse De Pijp district, it is the place to sit back, relax and inhale the uniquely amazing culture and architecture. It is surrounded by designer fashion and creative markets. Its vibrancy sparks the imagination and inspires expression of self. The Albert Cuyp Market, Heineken Experience, Concertgebouw, Museum Square, Rijksmuseum and Leidse Square are all only a few minutes’ walk away.

Sir Albert was formerly a diamond factory and its elegant design is a tribute that that refined past. Each room is marked with touches of artistry, inspire by various art movements of the past. The interior decoration was created by award-winning, international designers from BK Architecture. Each room offers the signature bedding collection, body spa showers, free internet, air conditioning, private bar, LED satellite TV and more. They are decorated in vivid colors that excite the senses and fitted in luxurious amenities.

Not only is the hotel a feast to look upon, it caters to guests’ tastes buds too. Dinner is served at the IZAKAYA, Asian Kitchen & Bar. Guests can watch the chefs work then enjoy Japanese robata grill dishes. Other facilities of the hotel include study with fireplace, library and on-site bicycle rental.

Hotel Details
— 90 rooms
— Built in the year 1875
— Boutique style

Hotel Features
— Free wired internet and WiFi
— Valet parking available with the option of public parking at the Q-Park Museumplein, a 5 minute walk from the hotel
— Restaurant
— Outdoor terrace
— 24-hour front desk
— Child/babysitting services available
— Children under 2 years old stay free
— Business center
— Fitness center
— Creative space
— Laundry facilities

Additional Info
— Check in starts at 3:00 PM
— Check out time is 12:00 PM
— Minimum check in age is 18 years old

Address
Albert Cuypstraat 2-6, 1072 CT Amsterdam

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Hostel Ecomama, Amsterdam

Valkenburgerstraat 124, Amsterdam Centrum, 1011 NA Amsterdam, The Netherlands (show on map)
4.3
Hostel Ecomama, Amsterdam
Expert reviews
Telegraph review:

“A budget hotel with boutique style, and strong green credentials. Ecomama has a warm, welcoming atmosphere, delightfully imaginative design, good food, spot-on staff, and is run with a creativity of thought that puts it in a category of its own.”

Customer review rating
4.3 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Central location
  • Free Wifi
From
$33 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Hotel Ecomama, Amsterdam, is a perfect living space for international visitors to Amsterdam. The rooms have a great living room for the guests to hang out. The hotel makes use of eco-friendly techniques to offer a better contribution to a more developed world. Ecomama signifies green & conscious hospitality. The use of eco-friendly cradle furniture, natural-stone heating, eco-friendly water system, and much more make it completely dedicated to the environment. Hotel Ecomama, Amsterdam, does not compromise on visitor’s comfort and luxury while maintaining the ecological cycle.

In this article, you will know about several amenities of Hotel Ecomama, Amsterdam.

Comfort living rooms

Planning your trip to Amsterdam? Book your stay in one of the luxurious rooms of Hotel Ecomama, Amsterdam. There is a total of seven room types in the hotel that fits the needs of all types of visitors. Few of the room types are:

Double Private Deluxe

If you are looking for a private and comfortable living space and comfortable bathing space. Some of the free amenities include comfortable towels, soap, and free internet. The deluxe rooms are made for the comfort-seeking visitors.

Double Private Superior

With Double Private Superior rooms, you get a comfortable bathing space, towels, linens, iPod dock, free internet, coffee machine, hairdryer, and many more free amenities for a comfortable stay of the visitors.

These are a few of the many room types available for the comfort of the visitors. Make your trip plan to Amsterdam and book your stay before Hotel Ecomama, Amsterdam, and enjoy a comfortable stay to make it a memorable trip.

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W Hotel, Amsterdam

Spuistraat 175, 1012 VN Amsterdam, The Netherlands (show on map)
4.2
W Hotel, Amsterdam
Expert reviews

“Several high-end hotels have recently debuted across the city, among them the W Amsterdam. Opened in 2015 by the central Dam Square, the property offers 238 stylish rooms and suites, plus a rooftop pool with views of the neighboring royal palace.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Amsterdam.

Telegraph review:

“Housed in an erstwhile telephone exchange building (from the 1920s), as well as in a 1906 former bank across the road, W boasts space, style and edgy design, while bringing a touch of New York pizzazz and snap-to-it service to Amsterdam. The rooftop lounge bar is hard to beat.”

Customer review rating
4.2 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Excellent location
  • Great neighborhood
  • Friendly staff
  • Rooftop bar
  • Comfortable beds
  • 238 rooms
From
$222 per night
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All you need to know

This intriguing hotel is split between two unique buildings, with each one having its own style which remarkable works perfectly together as a whole. One of the buildings used to be a telephone exchange building while the other was a bank, creating a perfect mix of contemporary and traditional design.

The style of the 238 rooms in the hotel is innovative, to say the least, and of course luxurious. Also, the hotel has 23 stylish suites, 3 WOW suites and 2 lavish Extreme WOW suites. In these rooms, you can find an LCD TV, an iPod docking station, seating area, air conditioning, modern furniture providing unmatched comfort. The rooms also feature red are rugs creating a welcoming feel for guests, a built-in sofa with throw pillows design to provide unrivaled comfort while watching the 40-inch TV. The rooms have an open-concept with the shower enclosed in frosted glass coupled with Bliss sinkside six bath that is sure to give you maximum refreshment.

The hotel has a famous rooftop lounge which was put in place to give guests a nice view while relaxing. Guests have an option from any of the three restaurants in the hotel to get delicious and tasty meals.

Located just a kilometer away from the Central Station, 14 km from Schipol Airport and less than a 5-minute walk from the Nine Streets shopping area. This makes it an excellent location for tourists and visitors to the city. Make use of the free Wi-Fi, available in any public area, in the hotel and stay connected to the world. 

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ClinkNOORD Hostel, Amsterdam

Badhuiskade 3, 1031 KV Amsterdam, The Netherlands (show on map)
4.2
ClinkNOORD Hostel, Amsterdam
Expert reviews

“Clink is a designer hostel chain with other branches in London, and in Amsterdam occupies a 1920s laboratory on the IJ riverbank, by the ferry terminal – a free, five-minute ferry ride from Centraal Station (ferries run 24/7).”

Customer review rating
4.2 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Friendly staff
  • Central Station
  • Clean rooms
  • Boutique style
  • Top location
From
$21 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

This hotel typifies the Amsterdam hotel; hospitality at its best. Located in the northern part of the city, and some few minutes from the back of the back of the Amsterdam Central Station making it very accessible. The hostel is so accessible you can reach the premises in less than five minutes on foot after taking the free ferry across the IJ River.

The hostel is a mixture of modern Dutch-style and traditional Dutch design offering a friendly atmosphere. The traditional Dutch design is very obvious in the 1930’s laboratory building which is still retained in the present hostel. One of the interesting features of the old laboratory is the stained glass window which creates a rather impressive and exciting to view.

The hostel offers a restaurant, a bar/lounge area designed to keep guest relaxed and refreshed, a coffee café for some early morning refreshment, a common area, meeting rooms and a library/work space so guests have a place to stay in touch with their work or business. Available in the common area are microwave and a refrigerator.

The hostel has dormitories of 4 to 14 beds which includes some girls’ only dormitories and private rooms. Most of the dorms in the hostel are en-suite and also contain lockers which are big enough to keep your hand luggage.

At the ClinkNOORD, you can’t be bored. Every night, there is always an event such as solo traveler meetups, cocktail-making workshop, live music and also a number of DJ sets. Any event night in the hostel is the perfect place for you to meet new people of different origin, culture, language and story.

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Generator Hostel, Amsterdam

Mauritskade 57, Amsterdam Oost, 1092 AD Amsterdam, The Netherlands (show on map)
4.0
Generator Hostel, Amsterdam
Expert reviews
Telegraph review:

“The University of Amsterdam’s former zoological department has been respectfully transformed into a stylish addition to the city’s hostel scene, built among the trees of Oosterpark.”

Customer review rating
4.0 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Great location
  • Free Wifi
  • Comfortable beds
  • Boutique style
  • Beautiful building
From
$25 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Generator Hostel, Amsterdam, offers a stylish and comfortable stay to the visitors at a very affordable price range. Generator Hostel, Amsterdam is one of the best boutique accommodation providers amongst the top locations of Europe. The hotel includes shared rooms to private bedrooms as per the wish of the visitors. Other amenities include bars, chill-out cafes, and all other essential amenities. If you are looking for private space for hire, then Generator Hostel, Amsterdam, also consists of rooftop space and penthouse suites.

In this article, you will know about several amenities and features available at the Generator Hostel, Amsterdam.

Best features of Generator hostel

Group Booking is one of the most notable features of the Generator Hostel, Amsterdam. If you are coming to Amsterdam with your entire family or friends over the count of 10 members, then you will be kept free from the booking hassle with the Generator Hostel. You need to select the destination, and you will get all the booking assistance you need.

Generator Hostel, Amsterdam, will also keep you aware of the events and happenings around you to make your trip memorable. You will be given a brochure of all the places that you can tour during your stay. It will help you save your time in searching for touring places, and you can utilize the most of your trip time.

Your entire group will be supervised by a booking coordinator who will make all your travel arrangements before your touring schedule. He/she will also give you special recommendations or entry to specific activities or events around the location.

These are a few of the fruitful benefits of booking your stay at Generator Hostel, Amsterdam. Make your trip plans to Amsterdam today.

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F.A.Q

What are the best neighborhoods to stay in Amsterdam?

Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands and is famous for its narrow houses, elaborate canal system and artistic heritage. It has famous landmarks such as the Stedelijk and the Van Gogh Museum. The best neighborhoods in Amsterdam are:

De Pijp
De Pijp is a neighborhood with picturesque urban layout, brunch restaurants, and famous Albert Cuyp Market making it one of the best tourist attractions in the city. The city is home to a large number of pubs and bars and is the home to several hotels such as the Arcade Hotel, Atlantis Hotel Amsterdam, and Amsterdam Hostel Sarphati.

De Jordaan
De Jordaan is a residential neighborhood located in western Amsterdam and famous for its impressive culinary sector, photogenic townhouses, and welcoming atmosphere. De Jordaan houses great hotels such as Mr. Jordaan Hotel and Linden Hotel on Lindengraght, and gives access to several of the city’s main sites such as the canal belt, Dam Square, and Anne Frank House.

Oud-West
Oud-West is a densely-populated, multicultural, and cosmopolitan neighborhood that is home to several bars and restaurants, including Café Panache, De Gollem, and OT301. The neighborhood has great hotels such as Hotel de Hallen.

Overhoeks
Overhoeks is a southern neighborhood in the city that is notable because of its enormous skyline, including A’DAM Tower and EYE Film Institute. It has a wine bar-cum-cinema – FC Hyena – that screens the most recent arthouse movies and also has Skatecafe – an indoor skateboarding halfpipe.

Weesperzijde
Weesperzijde is a small neighborhood in the city that is named after a famous city planner. It has several hotels, bars, cafes, restaurants, nightclubs, and ateliers.

How much does a night in a hotel in Amsterdam cost?

If you want to stay in a 3-star hotel in central Amsterdam you would be looking at an average price of $140 per night. For 4-star hotels the average price is around $180 per night. For a 5-star hotel in central Amsterdam the average rate is around $280 per night.

Which Amsterdam hotel offers great breakfast?

The Andaz Hotel Prinsengracht is an excellent option if you're looking for a hotel offering great breakfast.
About Amsterdam

Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands, as well as being the most populous municipality of the Netherlands. The Constitution of the Netherlands mandates the status of the city as the capital. However, Amsterdam is not the seat of government in the Netherlands, that’s The Hague.

Amsterdam became one of the most important and busiest ports in the world during the Dutch Golden Age in the 17th century due to the innovative developments in trade. As of the time, the city was the leading center for both finance and diamonds. This made it incredibly attractive to businesses and tourists alike.

Today, the city of Amsterdam is regarded as one of the top financial centers in Europe as well as being considered as an alpha world city by the Globalization and World Cities study group.

Amsterdam is popular worldwide for its nightlife and festival activity, with some of the most popular nightclubs in the world located in the city. Diverse culture and nationality are synonymous with Amsterdam; it is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. As a matter of fact, over 177 nationalities are represented in the city.

If you like our list of best places to stay in Amsterdam, then you should also check out our selection of recommended hotels in Brussels or the best hotels in Berlin.

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