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Hotel De Hallen

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

The Hotel de Hallen has a prime location with supercool neighbors including a food market, art-house cinema, and library. — Afar Magazine

A former train depot dating from 1902, this industrial building in Amsterdam's emerging neighbourhood, Oud-West, has been converted into a 55-room hotel by local hospitality maestro, Arjen van den Hof. — Wallpaper

Hip hotel in a former tram depot with eclectic interiors, industrial proportions and a huge alfresco terrace. — Jetsetter

Within disused tram sheds recently transformed into the De Hallen cultural complex, this stunner has 55 rooms, all with Coco-Mat mattresses, Nespresso coffee machines and minibars. — Lonely Planet

Converted from an early-20th-century tram depot, giving contemporary edge to a post-industrial setting. — The Telegraph

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Seven Bridges Hotel

Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Named for the seven bridges it overlooks at the intersection of the beautiful Reguliersgracht and Keizersgracht canals, the eight-room Seven Bridges Hotel is a real slice of Old Amsterdam. — Oyster

Private, sophisticated and intimate, the Seven Bridges is one of the city's most exquisite little hotels on one of its loveliest canals. — Lonely Planet

This is the ideal destination for hermits who want a luxury hidey-hole far from the madding crowd that's also conveniently located for the museums and city centre. — Time Out

Seven Bridges is a 300-year-old canal house, sumptuously furnished throughout with the owners’ impressive collection of antiques. — The Telegraph

Very charming place – and excellent value for money. It takes its name from its canalside location, which affords a view of seven dinky little bridges. — Rough Guide

NH Collection Amsterdam Barbizon Palace

Red Light District (De Wallen) 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Location is excellent, with great transport links and most of Amsterdam's attractions within walking distance. — Oyster

Tourists will either love or loathe the location. The friendly, well-trained staff does its best to keep this busy commercial house relaxed and peaceful. — Star Service

A flash branch of the reliable, homegrown NH chain, the Barbizon is right opposite Centraal Station, so ideal if you want to hop off the train laden with luggage. — Time Out

Luxury accommodation right opposite the station. — Michelin Guide

The jewel in the NH crown, this hotel has sleek black-and-white decor in public spaces. — DK Eyewitness

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NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky

Red Light District (De Wallen) 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Pride of place belongs to this 468-room edifice across from the Royal Palace, one of the city's first grand hotels. — Lonely Planet

Located in a huge and striking mid-nineteenth-century building, this four-star hotel occupies virtually an entire side of Dam Square. — Rough Guide

Amsterdam's best-known hotel is slam-dunk in the middle of the action, directly opposite the Royal Palace, which it challenges in terms of looks, grace and glamour. — Time Out

The monumental Krasnapolsky is one of the few places in Amsterdam where you can still inhale a true Belle Epoque atmosphere. — Fodor's

The location of this hotel – on Dam Square, overlooking the Koninklijk Paleis... is great. — DK Eyewitness

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INK Hotel Amsterdam - MGallery Collection

Centrum 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Convent Amsterdam is a relatively new offering from Accor's MGallery brand, known around the globe for colorful contemporary hotels with unique character and welcome standardization — Star Service

This chic and lively place plays up the concept to the hilt, resulting in a playfully appealing hotel that's unlike any other in town. — Fodor's

Located in the former offices of the newspaper De Tijd, INK picks up on a newspaper and writers’ theme, and aims at a youngish, city-sussed clientele. — The Telegraph

The Convent Hotel Amsterdam is a friendly 148-room hotel with a unique history: It previously housed two monasteries from the 13th and 14th centuries — Oyster

Amsterdam-based architects Concrete, have stitched together three early 20th century canal houses – one of which is the former HQ of De Tijd newspaper – into a lovely 149-room hotel. — Wallpaper

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Hampshire Hotel - Amsterdam American

Amsterdam 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This castle-like mix of Venetian Gothic and Art Nouveau has been a prominent landmark and a popular meeting place for Amsterdammers since 1900. — Frommer's

Landmark Art Deco hotel just off Leidseplein that dates from 1900, though the bedrooms themselves are mostly kitted out in standard modern style. — Rough Guide

A dazzling art nouveau monument that's looking extra spruce now that a fountain has been added to its terrace, the public areas here... are all eye-pleasers. — Time Out

The Amsterdam American Hotel was built in 1900 and is officially listed as a historic monument — Star Service

An elegant, stylish guest room at a lovely hotel on one of Amsterdam's most popular and central squares. — Jetsetter

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Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam

Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Complete with a grand staircase, this truly remarkable collection of canal mansions is an immaculately designed hotel — Travel + Leisure

Six magnificent canalside mansions converted with grace, a sensitive attitude to heritage (many 17th- and 18th-century features remain), and a careful eye to contemporary luxury and style. — The Telegraph

The iconic brand took six 17th- and 18th-century canal houses...and transformed them into a distinctively Dutch version of world-class luxury. — Afar Magazine

Six grand 17th- and 18th-century townhouses were combined to create 93 stylish rooms on the prestigious Herengract, just a 10-minute walk from Museumplein. — Condé Nast Traveler

Spacious rooms are sophisticated if a tad bland, though the beam-ceilinged loft rooms offer a little more character; all rooms have either a canal or garden view. — Fodor's

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Sir Albert Hotel Amsterdam

De Pijp 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Housed in a converted diamond factory, and decorated with careful contemporary taste, the Sir Albert offers a reposeful retreat, popular with the over-30s and corporate travellers. — The Telegraph

His genteel touch is everywhere, from the refined Japanese food in Izakaya to the atmospheric interiors and the impressive selection of books in the study. — Mr & Mrs Smith

It sits away from the touristy Red Light District and Dam Square, and although first-timers may balk at the location, a half-hour trudge from Centraal Station, De Pijp is the current it-girl. — Star Service

An award-winning boutique hotel in the heart of the Latin Quarter, with design-centric interiors. — Jetsetter

In many aspects, the Sir Albert is an unlikely hotel experience. Based on an entirely imaginary character, it is laid out as a well-appointed aristocratic home. — Wallpaper

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Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken

Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier) 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Good-sized, nicely refurbished rooms mark out this decent stab at a mini four-star, full-service hotel. — Rough Guide

This stylish trio of quaint 19th-century town houses offers a peaceful sanctuary, complete with a serene garden and restrained Wallpaper-worthy design. — Fodor's

This Art Nouveau delight is in top form, with a crisp white and caramel colour scheme and sleek, contemporary designer furniture. — Lonely Planet

One of the city's most stylish secrets, this place - complete with spa and a wine bar - is just a kitten-heeled skip away from the designer shops of PC Hooftstraat. — Time Out

A stylish boutique hotel in central Amsterdam, with traditional Dutch architecture and modern interiors. — Jetsetter

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Movenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Center

Eastern Docklands (Oostelijk Havengebied) 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Views of the busy harbour, dotted with ferries, cruise ships and passing barges, are best from the picture windows on the upper floors. — Lonely Planet

One tram stop from Amsterdam's Centraal Station, this hotel exchanges the hustle and bustle of the center for stupendous views over the river, the harbor and city. — Star Service

The upper-middle-range Movenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Center is a business-oriented property on the IJ River, within a 15-minute walk of the historic city center. — Oyster

Big, tall and glamorous, this stripy, stone-coloured hotel is brand spanking new and a great base for exploring the Waterfront and Noord on the banks opposite. — Time Out

Modern chain hotel... the rooms have panoramic views. Concert hall, jazz club and congress centre next door. — Michelin Guide

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from $186

Hotel Roemer

Amsterdam 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Hotel Roemer is a 38-room, upscale boutique property set in two town houses opposite each other on a quiet street, within an easy walk of Vondelpark and the Leidseplein tourist area. — Oyster

Cozy crash pad for culture vultures in Amsterdam's well-heeled Oud-Zuid neighborhood. — Jetsetter

Housed in a large, 19th-century villa, on a peaceful street that slips unobtrusively through a busy quarter of town. — The Telegraph

Sister hotel of the excellent Vondel and just as slick and stylish, this boutique hotel has a very pleasant garden out the back. — Rough Guide

A zest for modern art and design and a sense of travelers' comfort shows up everywhere, from the cozy lounge opening onto a beautiful garden to the stylish, well-equipped guest rooms. — Fodor's

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St Christopher's at Winston Hotel

Red Light District (De Wallen) 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Maybe too close to the Red Light District for some people's taste, and on a slightly seedy street, the Winston is a step up from grungy and has a hang-loose, alternative rep. — Frommer's

Hip, high-energy, with a popular bar and club attached, and very much part of the red-light district: this is a place to party, not for early nights or a quiet break. — The Telegraph

Part of the St Christopher’s Inns chain, this self-consciously young and cool hotel has funky rooms decorated with crazy art, and a busy ground-floor bar that has regular live music. — Rough Guide

People book a room at the St Christopher's at Winston Hotel to have fun and mingle with like-minded revelers. — Oyster

Most rooms are 'art' rooms: local artists were given free rein, with results from super-edgy (entirely stainless steel) and playful to questionably raunchy. — Lonely Planet

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Dikker & Thijs Fenice Hotel

Amsterdam 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Small and stylish hotel not far from Leidesplein. Rooms vary in decor but all include a minibar, telephone and TV. Those on the top floor have good views of the city. €175. — Rough Guide

Compared with Canal House, this bookish boutique operation has a conservative look, but the overall vibe is sophisticated with a pinch of fun. — Star Service

Facing the canal, this complex features a 17C house and a huge 1921 building, where a pupil of famous French chef Escoffier once owned a food shop. Large guestrooms, studio and penthouse. — Michelin Guide

This three-pearl, 31-room hotel is set in a renovated 18th-century warehouse in the heart of Leidseplein, one of Amsterdam's busiest tourist areas — Oyster

"Lavish," "classical," and "cozy" all describe this 1895 landmark with a regal address on the Prinsengracht Canal and its fully modernized, spacious, and gracious Art Deco rooms. — Fodor's

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Stayokay Hostel Amsterdam Vondelpark

Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier) 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

More than 75,000 backpackers stay in this hostel hidden on a small side path within the Vondelpark every year, in accommodations that range from doubles to dormitories for 20. — Fodor's

The second Amsterdam outpost of a worthy organisation, this hostel on the edge of the Vondelpark... is ideal for families and nature lovers. — DK Eyewitness

Housed in a number of adjacent buildings (one a 19th-century college), in a prime spot in the Vondelpark, close to museums and the main canals. — The Telegraph

Stayokay Hostel Amsterdam Vondelpark is a two-pearl property with over 500 beds set in a leafy, residential part of town but still within a 10-minute walk of the Van Gogh and Rijksmuseum. — Oyster

The better of the city’s two HI hostels, with a bar, restaurant, TV lounge, internet access and bike shed, plus various discount facilities for tours and museums. — Rough Guide

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Hotel van Onna

Jordaan 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hotel van Onna is a no-nonsense place, fine for a short stay, especially if you’re likely to spend most of your time out and about anyway. — The Telegraph

Even the oldest, plainest rooms have character, and all are both neatly furnished and clean. — Frommer's

On the most scenic canal in Amsterdam, this hotel spread over three canal houses from the 17th to 20th centuries is a few minutes’ walk from the Westerkerk. — DK Eyewitness

Some of these simple, reasonably priced rooms occupy a lovely 1644 canal house in a gorgeous section of the Jordaan. — Lonely Planet

A quiet, well-maintained place on a tranquil canal. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Brouwer

Centrum 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The eight neat, en-suite rooms here are named after Dutch painters and all of them look onto the Singel canal. — Time Out

A 17th-century canal-house with elegantly simple rooms and canal views, the Brouwer is run by the same family since 1917. — The Telegraph

Our favourite hotel in this price range, it has just eight rooms in a house dating back to 1652. Its rooms, named for Dutch painters, are furnished with simplicity, but all have canal views. — Lonely Planet

Seventeenth-century history is the highlight at this charming Amsterdam hotel. — Gayot

Its pretty canal-front setting is tough to beat, and the location is great for exploring the city on foot. — Oyster

Amsterdam Wiechmann Hotel

Jordaan 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This family-run hotel occupies three houses in a marvellous canalside location. — Lonely Planet

Family-run for over fifty years, this hotel occupies an attractively restored canal house close to the Anne Frank Huis, with dark wooden beams and restrained style throughout. — Rough Guide

Retro touches from every era, from a suit of armour in the reception to 1950s teapots and toasters in the breakfast room, adorn this rather eccentric, long-established hotel. — Time Out

Popularity with rock musicians—of both the punk (Sex Pistols) and country (Emmylou Harris) persuasions—is announced by a gold record displayed in the lobby. — Fodor's

It takes only a moment to feel at home in the antiques-adorned Wiechmann, a classic, comfortable sort of place, despite the suit of armor you encounter just inside the front door. — Frommer's

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Park Hotel Amsterdam

Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier) 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Modern-luxe decor, cosmopolitan ambience, and all sorts of high-tech amenities. — Fodor's

Fully renovated hi-tech hotel set between Vondelpark and the busy centre. Five types of spacious and pleasant trendy rooms. Meeting and fitness facilities. Stylish service. — Michelin Guide

A chic getaway at a hip, modern boutique hotel just steps from the Rijksmuseum and van Gogh Museum. — Jetsetter

Rooms here are artistically mod, with adjustable mood lighting, incense, and stunning George Heidweiller cityscapes on the walls. — Lonely Planet

An edgier version of the Vondel, a hipster's take on the Hotel Pulitzer up in the Western Canals...it enjoys a convenient location between Leidseplein, the Rijksmuseum and the luxury fashion district. — Star Service

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from $176

Volkshotel

Amsterdam 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In vintage Amsterdam fashion, squatters took over this former newspaper building, and an art community developed. — Lonely Planet

A good place to sleep, with trendy rooms and its location near metro station. — On the Grid

A '24-hour micro society' that, aside from the workspaces, houses the Werkplaats café, the underground Doka cocktail bar, the Canvas restaurant and club, 172 hotel rooms and a rooftop hot tub. — Wallpaper

The former Volkskrant newspaper plant, which closed in 2007, has been completely transformed into an affordable, hip space to stay, work, drink, dance, do yoga, and even get your hair cut. — Fodor's

The former offices of De Volkskrant newspaper have been given vibrant and stylish new life as an affordable hotel, with a club, restaurant, and even artists-in-residence. — The Telegraph

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Amstel Botel

Amsterdam 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Kids may enjoy the experience of staying on a boat, but the property is more popular with value-minded couples and groups. — Oyster

No worries about sea sickness, it's a very big boat. — Not For Tourists

Where better to experience a city on the water than on a boat-hotel moored permanently to a dock on the IJ waterway northwest of Centraal Station? — Frommer's

Five minutes’ walk from Centraal Station, this floating hotel is usually populated by dazed, Europe-in-four-days bus groups and packs of Brit boys/girls celebrating bucks’/hens’ nights. — Lonely Planet

Convenient for Centraal Station, the docklands and hops across to Noord, this a good bet if you're looking for good, clean accommodation with the odd frill, like free in-house movies. — Time Out

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