Our hotels in the Dutch capitol
Hotels in Amsterdam
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What is your Amsterdam bucket list?
If you can't beat them, join them! Just be careful... Amsterdam cyclists move fast
Get inspired by the likes of Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Vermeer and many more!
Dive into one of the numerous authentic little bars
The world famous Dutch meatballs, best enjoyed with a Heineken Beer
See Amsterdam from the water, on a regular cruise or private saloon boat.
Gouda, Edam, Leerdam, Beemster.. just have your pick. Or have them all!
Walk along the canals, cute little alleys or visit some of the local hoods like Jordaan or De Pijp
Try Indonesian Rijstafel
'Café Jakarta' in Hotel Jakarta Amsterdam serves a wonderful selection of the best Indonesian food
Boutiques in the '9 straatjes', big brands in the Kalverstraat or exclusive shopping in the P.C. Hooftstraat
Visit a park
Get down with the locals at the Vondelpark, Westerpark, Oosterpark or Sarphatipark
Art Hotel Amsterdam
“Nice hotel, lots of art. Friendly staff, big rooms with both a bath and a walk in shower. 10 minute cab drive from City Centre or a quick bus ride on the number 22. Bus stop right outside the hotel.” (TripAdvisor)
Fashion Hotel Amsterdam
“The hotel is in a pretty good location for the center of Amsterdam. The facilities are very good but what stands out is the attention from the staff” (TripAdvisor)
City Centre Hotel Amsterdam
“The location is the best bit as it is on the main tram line street, in the heart of Amsterdam, with the central station a few minutes walk to your left and all of the city surrounding you on every side. ” (TripAdvisor)
Hotel Jakarta Amsterdam
“A very beautiful hotel with excellent staff who couldn’t be more helpful and friendly. Beautiful rooms, especially the ones overlooking the water. Very nice pool which was gorgeous for relaxing. One minute walk from bus which runs c.every 15 minutes to bring you into the centre.” (TripAdvisor)