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Hotels in Canal Belt Amsterdam
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Best Hotels in Canal Belt Amsterdam

4.6/541 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding41 Reviews
Oude Centrum
Amsterdam
|0.03km from Canal Belt
The location of the hotel is absolutely in the city center. The room is spacious and beautiful. It is a pleasure to sit on the balcony and watch the canal. The service is superb. The old doorman is a gentleman, and the receptionist is very polite. The bathroom is large, and the bedding in the room is superb, very comfortable. It gets dark at half past ten in the summer here, and the beautiful bells echo in the night sky. Special reminder: This hotel can check out at 4 pm.
3.9/59 Reviews
3.9/59 Reviews
Canal Belt
Amsterdam
|0.09km from Canal Belt
A stay at House of Amstel places you in the heart of Amsterdam, steps from Flower Market and Rembrandt Square. This hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Dam Square and 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Leidseplein.Make yourself at home in one of the 4 guestrooms featuring espresso makers and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and hair dryers. Conveniences include electric kettles, and housekeeping is provided on request.
4.1/557 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good57 Reviews
Oude Centrum
Amsterdam
|0.09km from Canal Belt
The cheapest room type is small, but it is enough. It is not too far from the sightseeing area and the *** bucket. The biggest disadvantage is that the hot water is not hot enough. It is uncomfortable to take a bath in winter.
3.7/538 Reviews
3.7/538 Reviews
Canal Belt
Amsterdam
|0.1km from Canal Belt
A stay at Hotel The Bird places you in the heart of Amsterdam, steps from Rembrandt Square and Flower Market. This hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Dam Square and 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Leidseplein.Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless internet access, concierge services, and a vending machine.Featured amenities include complimentary wired internet access, a computer station, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Limited parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 15 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wired and wireless internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming provides entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
4.6/5112 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding112 Reviews
Canal Belt
Amsterdam
|0.15km from Canal Belt
The location is very convenient, you can walk to various art galleries and shopping streets, the disadvantage is that the room is small, there was no hot water in the shower on the first night (it is said that many rooms did not have hot water that night), there are many restaurants nearby, and there is a lot of them The food supermarket you choose can buy breakfast and light meals. The hamburger shop under the hotel is delicious and recommended.
4.3/5117 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent117 Reviews
Oude Centrum
Amsterdam
|0.16km from Canal Belt
I’ve never written a review before. But I think that this hotel was so delightful (and reasonably priced), maybe I should. Best thing about the place? The cheerful staff. Especially Precious, in the breakfast room, who anticipated our every need — with a smile. And Iago (spelling?), the bartender, was amazing. Loved it here.
3.5/540 Reviews
3.5/540 Reviews
Canal Belt
Amsterdam
|0.18km from Canal Belt
Hotel Oscar is centrally located in Amsterdam, a 3-minute walk from Rembrandt Square and 9 minutes by foot from Amsterdam Museum. This hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Dam Square and 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from ARTIS.Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as bicycles to rent, or other amenities including complimentary wireless internet access and concierge services.Take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours).Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 15 guestrooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
4/5102 Reviews
4/5Very Good102 Reviews
Oude Centrum
Amsterdam
|0.18km from Canal Belt
Once past the terrorising cyclists in the City the hotel was quite good. Torn carpets on the entering steps and on the main steps upstairs were scruffy and not a great image. Reception service, especially Ami, was good and the rooms, tight space but comfortable with good beds and lighting. Breakfast, with cold scrambled eggs was otherwise ok. General service was good. Hotel was expensive in which to stay. No taxi available from main station or knowledge of alternative specific transport so we, OAPs had to walk which was a real effort.
3.9/556 Reviews
3.9/556 Reviews
Oude Centrum
Amsterdam
|0.18km from Canal Belt
I booked a river view room, the river view is very beautiful, open the window, you will feel the world is very beautiful! This is a small hotel, by the canal, the room area is not big, it is a small sparrow, it has all the internal organs, anyway, the facilities are not new, the toilet is relatively simple, it can only be considered barely acceptable. . The uncle at the front desk was pretty good, and I couldn't see it on the TV. There is nothing else to say. When I stayed at 1,000 yuan a night, the price/performance ratio was not high compared to the youth hostel I stayed in later.
4.1/5100 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good100 Reviews
Canal Belt
Amsterdam
|0.2km from Canal Belt
We spent the night at the Hotel so we could dine at Senses restaurant - food is amazing! Hotel was very quiet due to Covid and was following all the necessary restrictions. Staff were very friendly and breakfast was great. Rooms clean and functional for a city centre hotel. I would definitely recommend. Thanks to the team!
3.9/5127 Reviews
3.9/5127 Reviews
Canal Belt
Amsterdam
|0.21km from Canal Belt
This review is a bit divided in the sense that the hotel is very central to pretty well all you want to see. But it is not for those who have mobility problems as the first thing you are faced with before even seeing reception is a very steep flight of 15 or so steps which you have to get your suitcase up with! However reception staff are extremely helpful and kind and could not have done too much for us The building is a real Amsterdam tall house and as a result is a warren of rooms and corridors and steep flights of stairs. Most rooms do not have ensuite. It is slightly shabby and the decor is a bit old fashioned but it all seemed clean Breakfast was ok but not amazing However the warmth and kindness of the staff did so much to make our stay enjoyable
4/543 Reviews
4/5Very Good43 Reviews
Canal Belt
Amsterdam
|0.22km from Canal Belt
With a stay at Hotel Amstelzicht, you'll be centrally located in Amsterdam, steps from Rembrandt Square and 11 minutes by foot from Dam Square. This hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Flower Market and 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from The 9 Streets.Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Featured amenities include luggage storage and lockers.Make yourself at home in one of the 14 guestrooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.

Reviews of Hotels in Canal Belt Amsterdam

Train Lodge Amsterdam
4/523 Reviews
Amsterdam
|4.16km from city center
A great and memorable experience overall. Having stayed over for 2 nights during my time in Amsterdam I can only recommend this sleeping accommodation. First off, the concept is a great idea and just works just so very well. Of course, while sharing a compar**ent with other guests may seem uncertain, I personally had a positive experience, as it appears to be a common sentiment among others as well... Two key points stands out and worth highlighting here. First, the continuous kindness and attentiveness of the staff left a lasting impression while second, the outstanding cleanliness of both the sleeping areas and shower areas which was particularly appreciated. Besides, it's worth remembering that the Train Lodge is located quite a distance from Centraal Station. In my case, I was glad to have my own bicycle or there is a train stop that will take you there.
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From$33
Grand Canal Boutique Hotel
4/5105 Reviews
Negen Straatjes
Amsterdam
|0.73km from city center
Be aware of the a well-designed process of this hotel that can your stay a nightmare. Me and my family came to Amsterdam for short vacation in July, not for the first time so I know what to expect there in terms of hotels standards etc. My wife and daughter came one day before me, and once arrived at the hotel and entered the room, they realized it was so hot and humid, that there was no chance they can stay there (especially in case one had high blood pressure or any kind of heart/health issue). Of course, they asked the front desk for any type of solution but there was no intention to solve this, what so ever (they were offered a fan). The only option they were left with was to book a different hotel in vicinity and move from there as soon as they can - this is how bad conditions were. With all the arguments we had, hotel had no intention to offer refund, voucher, discount or any other complimentary or symbolic token of appreciation. What became evident afterwards, is that this is a deliberate process, planned in advance - hotel sends an ”no air condition” email message just 1 or 2 days before the cancellation deadline to be formally correct and they have ”ready-made” answers. While I was trying to solve the issue next day, I've witnessed a young couple with a 6-month baby from West Virginia that had to check out a day earlier because of the same reason, and another guest concerned about the heat and trying to understand these conditions via a phone call - but the front desk agent ”reeled” him in to book, with no intention to warn about the inhumane conditions. All together, not just a terrible hotel but a case of although formally correct process, clearly deliberately misleading and situation that represents a health risk.
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From$220
Amadi Panorama Hotel
4/594 Reviews
Zeeburg
Amsterdam
|6.42km from city center
Not quite sure why there are so many negative reviews calling this place unacceptable, for the price you pay you’re definitely getting your moneys worth and some. The male young receptionist was friendly at check in and guided us to our room (although he didn’t know some answers about basic questions about the area, such as he incorrectly told us the wrong time for the last trams, he was very kind but maybe the staff could be told some answers to the most common questions). The junior suite was extremely spacious, had a lovely bathroom, lots of mirrors which was nice, large bed and lots of light windows overlooking the dock. The room was fab, however like some other reviews state sometimes there was a mysterious odour, particularly on the last day, but it wasn’t unbearable. Could definitely do with some harder mattresses which would definitely improve everyone’s experience but I still slept perfectly. Location is perfect for the price, only a 14min tram away from Amsterdam Centraal. The coffee pods and machine in the room were nice but could also put some biscuits there too which would be amazing. Maybe needs a repaint of the room but it’s safe to say i’d definitely stay again
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From$81
Radisson Blu Hotel, Amsterdam City Center
4.2/5105 Reviews
Oude Centrum
Amsterdam
|0.11km from city center
After the check-in, I encountered a series of problems. The front desk arranged people to help me solve the problem. The service was very good. My suitcase is broken, and the hotel is looking for someone to help me get it. Then the skinny is too slippery to open the door. The front desk is looking for repairs. I can wrap the tape on the handle to facilitate my access and the hotel steak is super delicious.
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From$269
EasyHotel Amsterdam Arena Boulevard
3.7/581 Reviews
Bijlmermeer
Amsterdam
|7.17km from city center
Very cost-effective, it is also convenient to go to Giethoorn. There are Asian restaurants, Hong Kong people, electrical stores, almost no domestic products, plug in, go to the window to remember later, at least after 6 pm, remember later, Lei Feng
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From$55
Hotel Atlanta
3.9/5127 Reviews
Canal Belt
Amsterdam
|0.47km from city center
This review is a bit divided in the sense that the hotel is very central to pretty well all you want to see. But it is not for those who have mobility problems as the first thing you are faced with before even seeing reception is a very steep flight of 15 or so steps which you have to get your suitcase up with! However reception staff are extremely helpful and kind and could not have done too much for us The building is a real Amsterdam tall house and as a result is a warren of rooms and corridors and steep flights of stairs. Most rooms do not have ensuite. It is slightly shabby and the decor is a bit old fashioned but it all seemed clean Breakfast was ok but not amazing However the warmth and kindness of the staff did so much to make our stay enjoyable
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From$79
Amadi Park Hotel
3.9/5109 Reviews
Oud-West
Amsterdam
|1.58km from city center
Eccentric place: one of two “hotels” located in what is essentially a building of residential apartments. The Amadi has the reception on the 4th floor and our room was on the 2nd. Stairs/lift take you past residential floors. Pros: Manager was really helpful when we needed to get to the local hospital. Reasonably good location just outside the main canal ring but within walking distance of everything, with tram stops nearby. Local area has plenty of eateries. Room quiet and bed comfortable. Cons: Over-priced for what it is - feels more 3 star than 4 star. No breakfast facilities (though plenty of places nearby) Odd-shaped room with barely any space on one side of the bed. Temperature control on aircon didn’t seem to do anything. Coffee machine didn’t work - a few drips after a lot of straining. And nothing for non-coffee drinkers. List of TV channels didn’t fit with actual channels. BBC1 and BBC2 listed but we never found them. Bathroom poorly designed - a small circular sink with a really small shelf. A slight smell of drains.
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From$114
De Ware Jacob Boutique Hotel
4.7/558 Reviews
Amsterdam Oud Zuid
Amsterdam
|2.18km from city center
We had a magnificent stay at De ware Jacob Hotel with a family of five at the end of 2020. With the Covid restrictions it was not easy to travel around, but nonetheless we decided to spend a weekend in Amsterdam benefitting from the beauty of the city with fewer tourists at this moment in time. This Hotel was recommended to us as a cosy newly renovated boutique hotel at the heart of the Museum District, and the price was really good, so we were not disappointed. Our stay was even more memorable than expected. We were received by the very friendly owner and treated with a glass of Cava. The suites and the family rooms were very nice and spacious, we also benefitted from an upgrade, which was a nice gesture. A nice sushi dinner was delivered from a nearby restaurant and we enjoyed it in the lounge with a nice restaurant ambiance. We were pleasantly shocked to be given the variety of Georgian natural wines tasting by the host, something we never tried before, accompanied by the delicious strawberry covered in chocolate. Fantastic!! Breakfast was nicely presented, had nice selection and we were also offered a glass of Prosecco to start the day, but instead decided to swap it for extra cappuccinos and a homemade cake on the house. The city itself was delightful, being not so crowded as usual. We really enjoyed walking in the nearby park. Also went to The Red Light district which was absolutely empty, something unforgettable and special!!! It was indeed a very pleasant break in beautiful Amsterdam.
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From$169
Princess Hostel Leidse Square Amsterdam
2.5/561 Reviews
Oud-West
Amsterdam
|1.56km from city center
My boyfriend and I booked a twin bedroom at the hostel. We then wanted to change the date of our stays so we wrote an email. We were allowed to change the date of our stay. About two weeks before our stay there was money drawn from my bank account (nearly 500€!) without me authorising it. (Even though we had already payed for our stay.) We never got a bill or an explanation what the money was for. We phoned the Hostel and were told, they had to check with management and we´ll be sent an email. We never got an email, so we wrote one ourselves to the management. We never got an answer. We arrived at the hostel. Everything was dirty and there was a bad smell. When we asked for new bedsheets, because they had lot´s of stains, we were told that they are fresh and we can´t get other ones. Also in the kitchen (which was really small, two people could hardly stand in there together) there was no cutlery, no plates or bowls. On our last day at the hostel, we finally managed to get at least a part of our money back. Still, we had to pay 170€ more then when we booked the hostel in the first place. So in the end we payed 500€ for 3 nights which is really to much for the service you get.
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From$14
XO Hotels Blue Square
4/5113 Reviews
Geuzenveld-Slotermeer
Amsterdam
|5.15km from city center
Me and my friend booked this hotel as there were good reviews, which is very important to us as we came from Norway to stay there for 6 days. It was also our first time in Amsterdam and were not familiar with the location. We were first checked into a wrong room than the one we had booked, and were told that we could move the next morning to another one. After we were moved to a bigger room, they told us we had to pay 50 euros due to the ”cleaning from the other room”, which we expect to be included in the price we already paid for our stay. Never experienced this before. Some staff don't smile, don't say hello, and looked strange at us when we walked through the reception. The next days our new room was not cleaned at all, one day they only came to make the bed, the next day they only came with new towels on the door. One day the cleaning lady also rushed in without knocking while we were in bed, which we thought was very unprofessional. We did not feel comfortable or safe at all staying here. We will not be going back here. Location is also pretty far from the centrum
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From$54
Hotel Fine Harmony
3.9/593 Reviews
Oude Centrum
Amsterdam
|0.79km from city center
The overall feeling is not worth the price. It feels like a small hotel. The room is also small. It’s really no match with the boutique.
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From$165
Hotel 74
3/518 Reviews
Oud-West
Amsterdam
|1.62km from city center
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Hotel Clemens
4.4/5101 Reviews
Canal Belt
Amsterdam
|0.72km from city center
We recently visited Amsterdam for a 3 day trip and the Clemens Hotel was great! Centrally located and within walking distance of all tourist spots and shops. The hotel staff were extremely friendly and accommodating, nothing was too much trouble. They took our bags to the room, greeted us with a complimentary beverage on arrival, lent us an adaptor for our phone charger and stored our bags on departure day with no fuss at all. We didn’t feel rushed and immediately felt at ease on arrival. The complimentary breakfast was lovely with scrambled eggs, meats, cheeses, pastries, fruit, yoghurt and cereals on offer. We stayed in a room on the third floor which was a little small but very comfortable and clean with a lovely hot shower perfect after a day of exploring. The only negative I can see to this hotel is the very steep stairs, which we managed with but they would be a challenge for some. Overall a lovely stay and great hospitality. Thank you
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From$159
Hotel Fogo Amsterdam
3.7/559 Reviews
Osdorp
Amsterdam
|8.49km from city center
Advantages: The hotel front desk is very friendly, smiling, proactively helping to solve problems, and the bed is relatively clean. Disadvantages: There is a fly in the toilet, and the vending machine downstairs in the hotel will deduct the wrong amount and charge more🥹
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From$62
The Arcade Hotel Amsterdam
4/540 Reviews
Amsterdam Oud Zuid
Amsterdam
|1.84km from city center
Budget friendly hotel in a nice location close to tram stations and many restaurants. The service is exceptional and the staff really helpful. The rooms are small but nice, with very comfortable bed.
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From$88
Amsterdam ID Aparthotel
4.4/546 Reviews
Geuzenveld-Slotermeer
Amsterdam
|4.54km from city center
The breakfast in the restaurant is very good, and the environment is OK. My mother is very satisfied. It's just that there are no slippers in the room. If it can be provided, it is more convenient for guests and feels cleaner. In addition, a few of our friends went to the sauna together, and there was no hot water in the bathroom, so we couldn't take a shower in the bathroom.
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From$145
Hotel Amsterdam Inn
3.3/524 Reviews
Amsterdam
|1.13km from city center
I've read a few reviews before going there, and I do understand where some are coming from, but definitely not others... the rooms are indeed small, but they have all the space you need, specially if you're travelling alone. You can barely hear the noise outside (you can hear the planes flying by or the ambulance on the street, but it's very muffled) and the rooms have good sound insulation + heating. The issue is the other clients staying at the inn that don't have common sense and respect for anyone else and just arrive late at night screaming and talking loud for no reason... you really can't blame the hotel for that. The public transportation is amazing there, with tram and direct bus from Schipol airport nearby. I've went to a concert in Melkweg, so also very close to the arena, which was the purpose of my trip. It's pretty much center Amsterdam, so it is an old building, so the stairs are a bit small. It wasn't my case, because I had only a small bag, but the hotel staff asked the couple in front of me if they needed help carrying their bags upstairs. So the staff goes extra and beyond to try to be helpful. Would return there a next time.
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From$71
The Niu Fender
4.1/5121 Reviews
Zeeburg
Amsterdam
|3.48km from city center
The hotel inspite of being rated 4 stars does not have a phone in the room , no gym , no room service , no coffee or tea in the room. But if what you look for in a hotel is only a bed to sleep in then this hotel offers a very spacious , comfortable and modern room.Since the hotel opened it's doors in 2019 is relatively a new hotel.It may not be centrally located but is well connected via public transport with the rest of Amsterdam, It's location in itself is also an attraction as is relatively a quiet residential area but still being in the docks area of Amsterdam it offers plenty of canals to discovered , less crowded than those in central Amsterdam.
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From$116
Hotel Vondel Garden City Centre
3.3/526 Reviews
Oud-West
Amsterdam
|1.59km from city center
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WestCord Art Hotel Amsterdam 3 Stars
4.4/5109 Reviews
Westerpark
Amsterdam
|3.08km from city center
Take the bus from the Central Railway Station. There is no stop at the opposite side of the hotel. It is not convenient to have a suitcase. The swimming pool opposite the hotel, can't go in, isn't it the hotel? The day before yesterday was very enthusiastic, asking for a transportation card, easy to buy. The refrigerator cannot be used normally. The room is still big enough.
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From$117
Hotel JL No76
4.3/5117 Reviews
Amsterdam Oud Zuid
Amsterdam
|1.57km from city center
Marvellous location just off the Museumplein. can walk to the van Gogh and RijkMuseum in 5-10 minutes. We got an executive room on the 4th floor - can get the lift. View from the top is good, and is very quiet considering the location. Street parallel is the top-end shopping street in Amsterdam. Room was compact, with the basin in the hall as the bathroom had a bath as well as a shower and toilet; 2 attached twin beds with eco-conscious mattress and duvet. Air conditioning worked well. had a coffee/tea machine but didn't need it. Breakfast was buffet with good choice of local farmer foods. Ample coffee from the machine. Afternoons there's an honesty bar where you can get beer, wine, water etc and just sign for it and pay at reception; can sit outside in their garden.
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From$142
Hotel Damrak Inn
3.5/549 Reviews
Oude Centrum
Amsterdam
|0.54km from city center
The location is really very good, convenient from anywhere, the hotel is small, but understandable, the location in the city center, everything is worth it, there is a chance to come to the Netherlands again, it is really a man ’s paradise
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From$77
Dutchies Hostel
4/545 Reviews
Bos en Lommer
Amsterdam
|3.63km from city center
Where to begin? This is a hostel, so you are sharing with 10 other people. Think long and hard about that before you book. Do you snore or make other nocturnal noises that will keep others awake? Maybe look elsewhere. I mention this because yesterday I checked in this hostel hoping to spend the night. It's got great friendly staff. On the whole it's clean and tidy. Result for a cheap night. Went off out in the evening, found something to eat. It was all going well. Then it was time to sleep. I'll be honest the weather is warm, so the room was warm, not a deal breaker at this price range. I was on my bed by 10 and ready to sleep, a few members of the room already in bed, one snoring. At midnight after everyone else came in, did their thing I had to get out of bed to turn off the lights for them. It was after this with some dark it becomes apparent that the snoring wasn't going to stop. Eventually I got up maybe half two. Went to the reception, got a beer. I was asked if everything was ok. I explained about the snoring, and was shown the TV room by the receptionist. I was overjoyed. A quiet and cool room to rest. I finally found some sleep in the TV room. So I'd imagine if the folk you're sharing with aren't snorers this could be a perfect way to see some of Amsterdam. Once again big thanks to the receptionist team. Really appreciate your help and thoughtfulness.
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From$22
WestCord City Centre Hotel
4.1/5113 Reviews
Oude Centrum
Amsterdam
|0.7km from city center
It's not our first time at the hotel. Last time was just before lockdown in 2020. Nothing has changed. it's as good as ever. We had a room at the back of the hotel this time as opposed to the front. The room was a slightly strange shape as some are here. It was spotlessly clean, beds are extremely comfortable, the shower excellent and always nice and hot. The rooms are basic but have everything you need, you don't visit Amsterdam to stay in your room. The hotel staff are excellent, friendly, helpful and very friendly, nothing is too much trouble for them. There is an excellent coffee machine in the lobby, which is free to use for guests. Breakfast, an excellent choice of hot and cold food, pastries, juices, hot drinks, well worth paying extra for. The hotel is perfectly situated in the centre. Well done again, and I'm sure we'll see you again soon.
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From$139
Hotel V Frederiksplein
3.9/5105 Reviews
Amsterdam
|1.24km from city center
We stayed in one of the basement rooms during our recent trip. The hotel made it clear when we booked that it wasn't a huge room, but we found it perfect for what we needed. The hotel is clean and well kept, and the lobby area is lovely. The location was great, there is a tram stop right outside, the heineken museum is only about a 10 minute walk away, and its about a 20 minute walk into the main area, with lots of nice little cafes and shops on the way. The staff were also really friendly, and kindly gave us a complimentary drink as it was my Husband's birthday during our stay - Much appreciated!
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From$119
WestCord Fashion Hotel Amsterdam
4/5109 Reviews
Slotervaart
Amsterdam
|3.74km from city center
Overall the experience was great. They have a green initiative that they will give you €5 dinning credit each day you don’t need them to change your bedsheets and towels. I earned €25 credit which was awesome. The swimming pool was nice. I went early enough that no one else was there. Breakfast was ok, but it’s the same everyday. However, you can ask them to make omelettes and fried eggs on demand.
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From$159
Fletcher Hotel Amsterdam
3.9/562 Reviews
Amsterdam
|9.08km from city center
Read lots of mixed and poor reviews before going but we couldn’t fault it. The hotel is impressive as you approach. Inside is modern and clean. All staff were friendly and helpful Location wise it’s a 20 minute taxi ride away from the centre but we knew that beforehand. I suggest getting a Uber or Bolt. Bolt is cheaper. A big thank you to the gentleman on Reception, the day of departure our transfer wasn’t picking us up until 6 pm, he kindly brought up a cappuccino and a heater to keep us warm (very thoughtful)
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From$99
Max Hotel Amsterdam
3.1/517 Reviews
Amsterdam Oud Zuid
Amsterdam
|1.45km from city center
It's a small hotel with small rooms, which is something to be expected in Amsterdam in the lower price range. The bathroom sink was located outside the bathroom which was odd, and the bathroom door is a wobbly shower door. It didn't really bother me though. I was happy to find a reasonsbly priced room inside the city. The hotel is located in the city, in a calmer area, which is nice. 5 min walk and you're in the vibrant busy streets chock-full of restaurants, shops and people hanging around. 15 minutes walk and you're basically in the very center of the city. There's also a Lidl right outside the door in case you don't want to eat every meal at a restaurant. The bed is rather hard, which I find comfy, with great pillows, and the room features an old style tired hair dries, which I appreciate. Modern one would be better, but at least it's there. On the negative side, I'd say there was no fridge, so we couldn't store food, except dry food, which takes away some of the convenience with the close by lidl. There was a lack of clothes storage. Only a couple of hangers and some hooks. The light switches were sort of randomly mapped and the lights didn't have the most welcoming hue. Also if I'd visit the bathroom in the night and turn on the light it would also turn on the blinding cold hallway light waking up anybody sleeping. Lastly, I don't care for AC, but a fan would have been nice in the heat. At least there was a large window that I could use to ventilate and curtains that completely blocked all light hitting them. All in all, a decent stay on a hotel in a great area. Some rough edges, so if you don't like that maybe it's not for you. But if you're mainly gonna be out exploring the city I'd say it doesn't really matter. Right, one last thing. The hotel must be used to annoying tourists because here and there are signs thay forbid alcohol and smoking in the rooms. Aledgedly a 300€ fine is given to the person drinking in the room. It doesn't give the most welcome feeling. However the staff were nice.
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Koopermoolen
3.6/558 Reviews
Oude Centrum
Amsterdam
|0.72km from city center
We spent 5 nights in the spa room on the top floor and had a great time. the location is within walking distance of everything that we wanted to see with lots of restaurants and pubs nearby. As almost everyone else reports, there is a lot of noise from the street but since everything closed down at midnight it wasn't too bad and it's really just the bustle of people not the noise of drunken brawls. the breakfast was at a nearby restaurant and was superb. The staff was always pleasant and helpful. The spa bath was nice to relax in after a long day of walking and eating and drinking!
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Aston City Hotel
2.8/5108 Reviews
Amsterdam Oud Zuid
Amsterdam
|1.39km from city center
The hotel is close to the Rijksmuseum and only two stops from the Central Station by subway. It is the first time in Europe that a deposit is required upon check-in. The room is arranged on the top floor of the fifth floor. The stairs are narrow and steep, and it is difficult to carry luggage up and down. It is very hot during the day and there is no air conditioning. There is a cool breeze outside the window in the morning and evening, which is manageable. There is not even a chair in the room. The room fee is 700-800 RMB per day. It is not a waste of money to invest in adding necessary facilities.
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