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The Dylan

Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Close to the famous Nine Streets in Amsterdam’s canal district, you’ll find the city’s most interesting fashion boutiques, interior design shops, restaurants—and The Dylan. — Condé Nast Traveler

A traditional, historic canal house updated with sleek European style. — Gayot

This boutique hotel, named for the poet Dylan Thomas, opened in 1999 and occupies restored 17th-century buildings along the Keizersgracht canal in Amsterdam’s central shopping district. — Travel + Leisure

Set back from the bank of one of Amsterdam's loveliest canals, near the Anne Frank House...this place remains a soul searer, with a ravishing eclecticism and a lavish residential vibe. — Star Service

Outrageous elegance are the key words here. Guests are made to feel like superstars - even the odd bona fide star drops in from time to time too. — Time Out

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Hotel Seven one Seven

Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A cozy, intimate guesthouse enhanced with top-notch amenities. — Gayot

A sumptuous canal-house mansion with the ambience of a grand private home. — The Telegraph

Ideally placed on Amsterdam’s most picturesque canal, Prinsengracht, Hotel Seven One Seven feels more like a private residence than a hotel. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Money is no object, you're so over minimalism, and you want an intimate place to stay. — Concierge

From the outside the 717 looks like a lawyer’s office, but inside is the ultimate indulgent guesthouse. — Insight Guides

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from $355

Pulitzer Amsterdam

Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The result is a place that oozes charm and character, and despite having 230 rooms it still seems very personal, a place where you feel that every guest genuinely matters. — Insight Guides

Completely remodeled in 2016. — Condé Nast Traveler

Before 1960, each of its 25 buildings was an individual, 17th- or 18th-century merchant canal house. Painstaking renovations over the years have guaranteed that each room feels distinct. — Afar Magazine

Scoring high on elegance but low on pomposity, the Pulitzer manages to combine big-hotel efficiency with boutique-hotel charm. — Lonely Planet

The Hotel Pulitzer is a charming luxury property in the Canal Loop of Amsterdam. — Oyster

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Conservatorium Hotel

Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier) 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

While it takes up prime real estate in a former music conservatory just a stone’s throw from the Rijks and Museumplein, Conservatorium has a lot more going for it than location alone. — goop

Welcoming hotel in a restored 19th-century stone-and-brick structure adjacent to Museum Square, close to chic shops and a lovely park. — Andrew Harper

This 129-room hotel with an arsenal of standout features, offers spare but opulent interiors, courteous service (especially praiseworthy in a city known for a lack thereof), and serious wellness amenities. — Travel + Leisure

The new kid on the block of competitive upmarket hotels in Amsterdam, the Conservatoriun opened in 2011 and occupies the former neo-Gothic Sweelinck Conservatory of Music. — Frommer's

Although it lacks the intimate room count of a true boutique-hotel, this creatively transformed Gothic fortress features some of the most dramatic architectural-scapes in Amsterdam. — Star Service

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from $478

Ambassade Hotel

Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Elegant canalside hotel made up of ten seventeenth-century houses with smartly furnished lounges, a well-stocked library and comfortable en-suite rooms. — Rough Guide

On a beautiful canal in a residential neighborhood in the heart of Amsterdam, this exceedingly popular traditional hotel blends old school B&B style with a cozy residential feel. — Star Service

The Ambassade isn't the most stylishly renovated of Amsterdam's Golden Age hotels, but the privately-owned landmark beats out the competition. — Concierge

Spread over three historic canal houses, this boutique hotel combines modern baroque style (rich brocades and gilt) with impeccable service. — Travel + Leisure

The Ambassade stretches through 10 canal houses, and is resplendent with original art and antiques. It is situated in the heart of town, has friendly, knowledgeable staff, and a superb breakfast. — The Telegraph

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InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam

Plantage & the East 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Revitalized 19th-century palace hotel set along the quiet banks of the Amstel River near the Royal Theater Carré and shopping districts. — Andrew Harper

In a town with relatively few grande dame hotels, the Amstel qualifies as Amsterdam's most dogged. — Concierge

They don't come much posher than this grand hotel standing imperiously over the river it takes its name from. — Time Out

A veritable haven of luxury and good taste. — Michelin Guide

The Grand Old Lady of Amsterdam has provided a pillow for the night for everyone from Queen Elizabeth II to Michael Jackson and The Rolling Stones. — The Telegraph

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The College Hotel

Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier) 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Converted 19th-century brick school with boutique charm in the stylish Zuid district. — Jetsetter

Set inside a renovated, late-19th-century school, this stylish hotel blends well into its surrounding, fashionable neighborhood. — Travel + Leisure

Soaring arches and ceilings, a sunny courtyard filled with olive trees, and dramatic modern interiors done up in rich velvet, crystal chandeliers, and dark woods. — Afar Magazine

The College is a couple of minutes from Amsterdam's Big Three museums, the Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk, and Van Gogh. — Frommer's

Stay in this stylish boutique hotel and you will be looked after by students from Amsterdam’s hotel and catering school, learning their craft in situ. — DK Eyewitness

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Hotel Vondel

Amsterdam 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Another hidden gem near museums and upmarket shopping opportunities, this thoroughly chic place is covered with art and boasts a lovely decked garden. — Time Out

This eclectic outpost is composed of seven pretty brick town houses and presents visitors with one of the most sophisticated boutique backgrounds in the city. — Star Service

A good choice for a mixed-bag, cram-it-all-in short stay. — The Telegraph

Communal areas, bedrooms and conference room in a decidedly contemporary style. — Michelin Guide

Near the museums and designer shops, this stylish non-smoking place is decorated throughout with art, and it appeals to a chic crowd. — DK Eyewitness

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from $104

Grand Hotel Amrath Amsterdam

Centrum 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Period features abound, bedrooms and bathrooms are roomy, there’s a reasonable restaurant, and you’re close to Central Station. — The Telegraph

The staff is friendly and professional, and a stay here ensures quiet luxury in the city center. — Fodor's

This place competes head to head with the Marriott and makes a good case for refined regionally infused lodgings, along with the wonderful Park Hotel Amsterdam. — Star Service

The Grand Hotel Amrâth Amsterdam occupies the fabulous structure on Prins Hendrikkade known locally as the Scheepvaarthuis or 'Maritime House'. — Time Out

Originally constructed as the offices of six shipping companies, the monumental building now houses this luxury hotel overlooking the old harbour. — DK Eyewitness

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from $215

Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy

Eastern Docklands (Oostelijk Havengebied) 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There is nowhere like the Lloyd, which cannot be ­categorised... it’s cheap, it’s pricey, it’s funky, it’s stylish. — Insight Guides

It still feels bohemian: Many of the rooms are decorated with quirky contemporary Dutch furniture, and artsy locals wander in for meals at the main restaurant, Snel. — Condé Nast Traveler

Lunch 15€ - Menu: 30€- 35€ - Carte: 31€-47€ — Michelin Guide

Beautiful 19th century hotel with a good restaurant and place to work. — Not For Tourists

A former holding-area home for immigrants, this bohemian hotel is well suited to its current quirky incarnation as an offbeat design showcase. — Fodor's

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from $83

Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam

Red Light District (De Wallen) 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Once inside the courtyard, guests are cocooned in luxury. Everything you expect from a deluxe hotel is here: marble bathrooms, spacious rooms and discreet service. — DK Eyewitness

This historic Amsterdam building dates back to 1578 and served as a convent and City Hall before becoming the Grand hotel, and then Sofitel Legend in 2010. — Travel + Leisure

Maria de Medici once stayed in this superb historic building, formerly Amsterdam's town hall. Stylish, refurbished guestrooms, lounges and a beautiful courtyard. — Michelin Guide

The Sofitel is an upscale property in the heart of the Old Center. — Oyster

It’s seriously swish, with an indoor pool, sauna, spa, rooms with perfect canal views and a gourmet French restaurant. — Insight Guides

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from $393

Hotel Estherea

Centrum 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you like to stay at elegant, not-too-big hotels, you're sure to be pleased by the Estheréa. — Frommer's

Flowery wallpaper, boldly upholstered furniture, antiques, and screaming crystal chandeliers are all put together harmoniously at this gorgeously designed and cozy, family-owned hotel. — Fodor's

Spread over several charming canal houses at the epicentre of the elegant canal district, this private hotel has been run by the same family for decades. — Time Out

Born as a small post-war inn, the original owner's three grandchildren continue to operate this refined yet friendly hotel that bears a sensational traditional style and generally very high standards. — Star Service

An elegant, family-run hotel that has been in the same careful hands for more than 60 years. — DK Eyewitness

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from $218

citizenM Amsterdam

Amsterdam 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The idea was to strip things down to the bare essentials: 14 square-metre (150-square-foot) rooms are created and assembled off-site. — Time Out

The M in Citizen M stands for mobile: this slightly eccentric hotel focuses on independent travellers open to new concepts. — Michelin Guide

A high-tech concept hotel that delivers affordable modern luxury. — Gayot

Modeled after the "capsule hotels" from Japan, with small rooms and largely automated service, citizenM Amsterdam City has a mega-cool feel and chic design features at affordable prices. — Oyster

Style-savvy crash pad with buzzy lounges, conceived by Amsterdam's trailblazing Concrete design agency. — Jetsetter

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from $117

Hotel Okura Amsterdam

De Pijp 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is the gourmet’s choice, with its French Ciel Bleu restaurant having two Michelin stars, the Yamazato with one Michelin star and also the Teppanyaki restaurant Sazanka. — Insight Guides

As the name would suggest, Japanese groups and business travelers are the mainstay here, and fans of Japanese food, culture and cloying service are in for a real treat. — Star Service

Japanese-inspired luxury on the Amstel Canal. — Gayot

Don’t be fooled by the concrete, purpose-built facade: this deluxe five-star hotel comes equipped with all the luxuries you would expect. — Rough Guide

This multi-storey, multi-tasking and very smart business-class stopover (the choice of Japan Airlines) has everything captains of industry need. — Time Out

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from $206

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht

Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Overflowing with cutting-edge urban style, this is a cheerleader for modern design, a team player that provides fertile ground for world-class designers. — Star Service

The hotel sits in a quiet area between the picturesque Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht canals, and brings Dutch history and culture inside with its design and architectural choices. — Oyster

Whimsical, modern design with nods to history are found throughout this hip offshoot from Hyatt, housed in a former library and extremely well-located on the Prinsengracht canal. — Fodor's

The 122 guest rooms have Geneva sound systems with iPod docks, king-size beds, and complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic drinks. — Lonely Planet

A canalside celebration of Amsterdam by the Lady Gaga of Dutch design. — Jetsetter

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from $408

De L'Europe Amsterdam

Red Light District (De Wallen) 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A long-established grande dame hotel parked on the Amstel River, 111-room L'Europe has undergone a zealous renovation plan that has paid off. — Concierge

A historic grand hotel with a contemporary make-over, on the banks of the river Amstel, in the very heart of town. — The Telegraph

One of the city’s top hotels, and retaining a wonderful fin-de-siècle charm, with large, well-furnished rooms, an attractive riverside terrace and a great central location. — Rough Guide

Mixes classical elements (glass chandeliers, doorkeepers in top hats) with whimsical Dutch design. — Lonely Planet

A red-and-white brick landmark crowning the intersection of the Amstel River and several canals, the hotel bridges old and new visions of luxury. — Afar Magazine

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from $460

The Hoxton, Amsterdam

Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Having honed the formula in London's Shoreditch and Holborn, The Hoxton brings stylish interiors, buzzing public spaces and slick service to a row of five historic canalside townhouses on Herengracht. — The Telegraph

Being that it’s the first Hoxton location outside of London, there’s an inherent polish to this cool, new hotel in the very walkable 9 Streets neighborhood. — goop

Comprised of five separate canal-side houses, this new hipster hangout is a spinoff of the London original. — Travel + Leisure

The Hoxton, Amsterdam is an upper-middle-range hotel set in five historic canal houses conveniently located along the Herengracht in Amsterdam's inner canal ring. — Oyster

Hip, canal-side getaway by the renowned Hoxton hotel group, set right in the heart of the city. — Jetsetter

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from $174

The Toren

Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This romantic boutique hotel near the Anne Frank House has historical significance: It was once used as a safe house in WWII. — Oyster

The lovely public areas include an oak-paneled library with an original fireplace that warms spirits and toes in the winter months. — Star Service

Lush, at times gloriously over-the-top décor, in two 17th-century canal houses, convenient for shopping, dining and sightseeing. — The Telegraph

A stylish place decorated in old golds and baroque reds, The Toren boasts a fascinating history. — DK Eyewitness

A charming hotel... Neo-baroque bedrooms, elegant breakfast room. — Michelin Guide

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from $196

Canal House

Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Luxurious accommodation... The rooms are designed so that their modern character complements the historic setting of the hotel beautifully. — Michelin Guide

A large, leafy sofa-strewn garden is an unexpected find behind these adjoining 17th-century canal houses. — Lonely Planet

After a day out biking and museum-hopping, unwind in the courtyard garden, refined restaurant or over your room's marvellous canal views. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Unique residential touches include fine antiques, Dutch artwork, clever lighting, sleek furniture and a lovely garden. — Star Service

Canal House Hotel is a sumptuous 23-room boutique hotel towering above a canal in Amsterdam's Canal Ring district. — Oyster

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from $322

Hotel Arena

Amsterdam 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 116-room Hotel Arena is an historic landmark, built in 1889 as the Sint Elisabeth orphanage. — Oyster

Formerly an orphanage (1890), now an ultra-trendy hotel. — Michelin Guide

The St. Elizabeth building (circa 1890) was a Catholic orphanage turned youth hostel until 1999, when it was upgraded into this happy, still-youth-centric hotel. — Concierge

Holy trinity of hotel, restaurant and club in a former Catholic orphanage near Amsterdam's Oosterpark. — Jetsetter

On the menu, seasonal French and Italian café dishes, including a deliciously gooey croque monsieur, are executed with ‘pure simplicity. — Wallpaper

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from $141
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