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Best Amsterdam hotels

Most recommended Amsterdam hotels

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Hotel Die Port van Cleve - Amsterdam - Restaurant
Hotel Die Port van Cleve
8.1 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Jaz in the City Amsterdam - Amsterdam - Bar
Jaz in the City Amsterdam
8.7 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Trianon Hotel
6.8 Okay
Free Wi-Fi
Tivoli Doelen Amsterdam Hotel
8.6 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Westcord Fashion Hotel Amsterdam
8.2 Very good
Amsterdam Nieuw-West$238+
Free Wi-Fi
Postillion Hotel Amsterdam
8.6 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Room Mate Aitana
8.5 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Xo Hotels Blue Tower
8.1 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Hilton Amsterdam
8 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
nhow Amsterdam RAI
9 Wonderful
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
7.4 Good
Free Wi-Fi
Hotel Manofa
7.2 Good
Free Wi-Fi
Bunk Hotel Amsterdam
8.6 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Motel One Amsterdam
8.5 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly

Amsterdam hotels near Station Amsterdam Centraal

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Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Centre - Amsterdam - Lounge
Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Centre
8.2 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
NH Collection Amsterdam Barbizon Palace - Amsterdam - Bar
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
ibis Amsterdam Centre
7.7 Good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
This Hostel
8.3 Very good
Free Wi-Fi

Top Amsterdam hotels with parking

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Amsterdam Teleport Hotel - Amsterdam - Bedroom
Amsterdam Teleport Hotel
7.6 Good
Free Wi-Fi
Citiez Hotel Amsterdam - Amsterdam - Lobby
Citiez Hotel Amsterdam
8.1 Very good
Amsterdam Nieuw-West$192+
Free Wi-Fi

The 10 best hotels in Amsterdam

Discover the top hotels in Amsterdam handpicked by local expert Meredith Bethune.
Meredith Bethune
December 6, 2023

Amsterdam, often called the "Venice of the North" for its famous canals and narrow red-brick houses, has recently evolved its accommodation offerings to provide a more comfortable and diverse experience beyond the historic bed and breakfasts. Now, the iconic European city boasts a range of exceptional hotels that cater to various preferences. Boutique and international brands have revitalized the hotel scene, seamlessly blending historical buildings with modern luxuries. Meanwhile, the city's classic hotels still thrive, and new constructions cater to those seeking contemporary lodging. This handpicked selection showcases the best hotels in Amsterdam that offer the ideal mix of historic charm, sleek style, and personalized service.


Pulitzer Amsterdam


Prinsengracht 323



If you’re looking for your home away from home in Amsterdam, look no further than the Pulitzer. Located in the heart of the enchanting Nine Streets district, the renowned hotel comprises 25 interconnected Golden Age canal houses on the famous Prinsengracht canal.
The hotel’s cozy rooms are individually styled in muted jewel tones, blending contemporary comfort and historic Dutch charm. With bespoke furniture, marble bathrooms and many with unbeatable canal views, each accommodation choice offers a unique but alluring atmosphere.
The Pulitzer is also exceedingly family-friendly. You can find amenities for children, including a garden play area and nanny services. Arrange a night of childcare and then dine on new Dutch cuisine at Jansz, the in-house restaurant, then sink into a plush velvet chair at Pulitzer’s Bar, one of my favorite bars in the entire city, and sip a cocktail.


Conservatorium Hotel


Paulus Potterstraat 50



This luxury hotel in Amsterdam mixes cutting-edge design with architectural splendor in an exquisitely transformed bank building that once served as a music school. The Conservatorium’s location in the prestigious Museum Quarter is convenient for visiting some of the city’s most famous attractions, which also happen to be two of my favorite museums in the entire world – the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum.
Find spacious rooms, suites, and penthouses designed to cater to discerning tastes. The impressive facilities include a spa and fitness center featuring a pool, jacuzzi, sauna and hammam. Guests will also find an array of exceptional dining options like Taiko, a favorite dining spot in Amsterdam specializing in Asian-inspired cuisine, including innovative twists on Wagyu beef and sushi.
The glass-enclosed lounge is the hotel’s focal point, where guests can take it easy on plush sofas and bask in the natural light flooding the atrium.


Kimpton De Witt Amsterdam, An IHG Hotel


Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 5



With unrivaled proximity to the Central train station and several tram lines, the Kimpton De Witt Amsterdam hotel offers prime access to all of the city’s charms. When I stayed here a few years ago, I loved that the tram practically dropped me off at the front door after a long day exploring the city. Plus, furry friends are welcome to join (as long as they can fit through the door, according to Kimpton De Witt).
After a day of exploration, retreat to your comfortable room for a dose of modern luxury and warm hospitality. Much of the hotel occupies original 17th-century buildings, and all 274 guest rooms and five suites feature contemporary millwork, bold colors, and lush textures.
Dine on delectable California-inspired cuisine at the on-site restaurant, Celia. Or decompress with a drink at Super Lyan, the trendy bar that marks the international debut of acclaimed London-based bartender Mr. Lyan.


The Dylan Amsterdam


Keizersgracht 384



Walk through the majestic gate on the Keizersgracht canal and discover The Dylan – a luxurious boutique hotel within an impeccably renovated 17th-century building. Built on the site of Amsterdam’s first theater, today only the venue’s ornate gate remains as a testament to the location’s storied past.
Its prime real estate in the central Canal Ring and the lovely Nine Streets shopping district makes the hotel an ideal base for fully experiencing the city’s historic atmosphere by foot or bike. Unwind in one of the guest rooms and suites, each uniquely designed with luxe fabrics, and then take a culinary journey at Vinkeles – the hotel’s on-site restaurant features exquisite dishes that the Michelin guide has deemed worthy of two stars.
Above all, the hotel staff prides itself on captivating guests with genuine and tailored service, making The Dylan an exceptional choice for travelers seeking a refined, intimate stay in Amsterdam.


Pillows Grand Boutique Hotel Maurits at the Park - Small Luxury Hotels


61 Mauritskade



The Pillows Maurits at the Park provides for a serene getaway, seamlessly combining timeless elegance and current design within a renovated 20th-century university building overlooking the Oosterpark in Amsterdam-East. With 88 custom-crafted rooms, no two are alike. Yet all feature luxurious touches like plush carpets, Egyptian cotton bed linens, and carefully selected original artwork.
The soothing color palette and inviting elements create a tranquil ambiance, perfect for rejuvenating after an energetic day of exploration in Amsterdam. Choose from several on-site dining options, including fine dining at VanOost Restaurant and French and Italian dishes at Spring Cafe Brasserie. Or nurse a cocktail at Fitz’s on the Roof, the hotel bar with a panoramic view of the park.
What I love about the hotel is that guests also have 24/7 access to the exclusive “Living” lounge offering drinks, sweets, and savory bites.


Hotel Arena


's-Gravesandestraat 55



This hotel, inside the historic walls of a former Catholic orphanage dating back to 1888, combines of-the-moment design with a deep-rooted history. The 141 stylish rooms are adorned in natural colors and boast high ceilings and ample natural light.
Hotel Arena has implemented innovative energy solutions throughout the renovated 19th-century building, including energy savers in the rooms and common areas.The on-site restaurant, Park Cafe, delights guests with fresh Mediterranean cuisine highlighting local and organic ingredients. The hotel also encourages guests to explore Amsterdam by bike and can arrange rentals at the front desk. Electric taxis are also available for transportation to and from the airport.
Fun fact: Hotel Arena gives guests the option to offset their travel emissions through tree-planting initiatives.


Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam


Oudezijds Voorburgwal 197