Hotels in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 28 — May 292
Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Best neighborhoods to book a hotel in Amsterdam

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$81 - $148

CHEAPEST NEIGHBORHOOD IN AMSTERDAMDe Baarsjes23% cheaperHotels in De Baarsjes are the cheapest in Amsterdam at just $81 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IN AMSTERDAMAmsterdam-Centrum29% more expensiveAmsterdam-Centrum has the highest priced hotels in Amsterdam with rooms averaging $148 per night
MOST POPULAR NEIGHBORHOOD IN AMSTERDAMAmsterdam-Centrum78% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in Amsterdam-Centrum than any other neighborhood in Amsterdam

Things to do in Amsterdam

Hotels in popular neighborhoods in Amsterdam

Below are the most popular neighborhoods in Amsterdam to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book a hotel in Amsterdam

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Low SeasonFebruarycheapest month to stay
High SeasonAprilmost expensive time to stay
38%expected price decrease
24%expected price increase


$88 - $186

Highest day of weekSaturdayis the most expensive day of the week to book
Cheapest day of weekMondayis the cheapest day of the week to book
$200is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
$140is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
Cheapest time to bookThe cheapest time to book hotels in Amsterdam is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.

1-2 star

$88 - $124

3 star

$129 - $160

4-5 star

$188 - $214

Amsterdam travel tips

Best time to visit Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s unique charm and rich history draws people to this beautiful city year-round. From April – May, the canals and bridges enjoy a picture-perfect backdrop of the fresh spring blooms, including tulips in myriad colors. June – August is peak tourist season when you will have to deal with crowded public transport, long lineups to enter popular attractions, and higher hotel rates. September – October is a good time to visit Amsterdam. With fewer crowds, beautiful fall foliage, and reasonable hotel rates, you can explore the city at a leisurely pace. From November – March, the weather is slightly dreary, but the smooth snow blanket enveloping the city gives it an added charm. Hotel rates drop dramatically during this time. Try to avoid some of the crowded and pricey weekends, such as Queen’s Day, Liberation Day, and New Year’s Day. The occurrence of rain and strong winds tends to be slightly unpredictable, so remember to carry a light rain jacket and dress in layers.

Getting around Amsterdam

Finding your way around Amsterdam is quite easy. The attractions around Centrum or Museum Quarter can be easily explored on foot. The city also has a robust public transport system operated by GVB, including trams, trains, buses, ferries, and the metro system. The tickets are integrated across all modes of travel and allow unlimited travel and transfers within the pre-fixed time validity. If you plan to use public transport multiple times in the day, buy the GVB day ticket that costs €7.50 EUR, and allows you unlimited travel across all GVB routes for up to 24 hours. Metered taxis are easily available at any time. Pedestrians, cyclists, and mopeds can travel between the northern and southern parts of the city using a free ferry connection to cross River IJ. A true Amsterdam experience is incomplete without riding a bike. You have the option to explore the city on wide bike-friendly streets throughout your stay, or hire a bike just for a few hours to enjoy a leisurely ride on narrow streets and alleys alongside the canals.

How much does a hotel in Amsterdam cost per night?

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Cheapest $87

Average $199

Most expensive $553

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Where to stay in Amsterdam

Best places to stay in Amsterdam

A charming city with a deep appreciation for history, culture and architecture, Amsterdam attracts a wide range of travelers including happy cyclists, laidback beer aficionados, romantic canal-life lovers, and museum and art enthusiasts. The city has several small neighborhoods that extend to the north and south of River IJ. Here are a few popular areas that are close to tourist attractions, and promise a quintessential Amsterdam experience.


Centrum is the central part of the city and includes Oude Zijds (Old Side), Nieuwezijds (New Side), and the Red Light District. This area is home to several popular attractions, including the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Museum, and Amsterdam’s oldest building called Oude Kerk (Old Church). A minute’s walk from Amsterdam Centraal station, stay in the sleek contemporary rooms centered around individual artwork in the Art’otel hotel. A 5-minute walk from the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, and next door to the Red Light District, you have the Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam Hotel, a ritzy hotel that offers spacious rooms, luxurious amenities, and a beautiful garden terrace.

De Pijp

A hip neighborhood in the southern part of Amsterdam, De Pijp is home to the interactive Heineken Experience museum. You will also find plenty of pubs and cafés along the chic Ferdinand Bolstraat, a huge variety of Dutch produce at the Albert Cuyp Market, and a host of ethnic restaurants all over this area. Enjoy boutique-style accommodation in Volkshotel, which is a hotel, club, exhibition space, and restaurant, all rolled into one. Amid the shops and cafés of the vibrant Ferdinand Bolstraat, check out the chic rooms and suites in the luxurious Hotel Okura Amsterdam.

The Jordaan

This is a charming neighborhood that stretches along the canals in the northern side of the city, with a quaint, medieval vibe. Its cobbled streets are filled with galleries, boutiques, cafés, restaurants, and historical homes. This area is also home to the bustling Lindengracht Market, one of the best food markets in the city, with over 250 stalls and market stands. In the heart of The Jordaan, overlooking the Keizersgracht canal, you have Canal House, a boutique hotel that promises glamorous rooms, and a comfortable stay. You can check out the individually designed suites named after famous figures in the art and literary worlds at the award-winning hotel Seven One Seven on Prinsengracht canal.

Canal Belt

A picturesque neighborhood, Canal Belt features a series of tree and lamp-lined canals that wrap around the city center. This area also includes attractions such as the Anne Frank House, and Negen Straatjes (9 little streets). On the prestigious Herengracht canal, set in a row of 10 Golden-Age canal houses, you have the Ambassade Hotel, a luxurious boutique hotel with lavishly decorated rooms offering exclusive canal views. On the same canal, check out Banks Mansion hotel that offers warm, Art-Deco styled rooms, and several complimentary extras.

Museum Quarter

Learn about attractions and sights in Amsterdam

In a city that boasts gorgeous canals, vibrant culture, a rich history, and awe-inspiring art and architecture, there is always a never-ending list of things to see and do. Here is a list that includes some popular attractions and blends in a few fun activities that are off the well-trodden tourist path.

  • Head to Museumplein to soak in some culture and go museum-hopping to the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art.
  • In The Jordaan, go on a shopping spree at the independent boutiques, vintage shops, and specialty stores in the narrow streets of Negen Straatjes that originate from the Prinsengracht canal.
  • Book a guided boat tour or a hop-on hop-off canal cruise to click quintessential images of Amsterdam along the 17th-century UNESCO protected Canal Belt.
  • Visit the Anne Frank House, where the young diarist and her family stayed in hiding for over 2 years during World War II.
  • Spend a few hours exploring the 47 acres of beautiful Vondelpark. Enjoy a leisurely stroll, a picnic lunch, or bike around in the park. It is a tranquil place to relax and people-watch.
  • Try the raw herring, a Dutch specialty, at one of the haringhandels (herring carts) that you spot all over the city. If you ask for a ‘broodje haring’, you will get the fish served in a small sandwich with pickles and onions.
  • Go for a 30-minute guided beer-tasting tour at the award-winning artisan microbrewery Brouwerij ‘t IJ under the De Gooyer windmill.
  • Check out the food markets, mini festivals, arthouse cinema, and a host of cafés and restaurants at the Westergasfabriek, a former industrial complex transformed into a colorful, cultural hub in the Westerpark neighborhood.
  • In tulip season, treat yourself to an extravaganza of colors when you head to the flower stalls of Bloemenmarkt, the world’s only floating flower market. Don’t miss a trip to Bollenstreek, just a 20-minute drive from the city, and see the tulip fields stretch out into colorful stripes across miles of lowland fields.
  • Wander around open-air exhibitions, markets, and a large paddling pool in the leafy 19th-century district of Oud-Zuid.
  • Catch the free ferry to Amsterdam North and get a glimpse of the vibrant food, drink, and cultural scene burgeoning around the NDSM Wharf along the banks of the River IJ.

Information about staying in Amsterdam

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When visiting Amsterdam the average booking length is 3 nights.

$148 per night is the average rate for a room when booking a hotel in Amsterdam. Prices will differ depending on factors such as star rating, time of year and location.

Hotels in Amsterdam are usually cheapest during the month of February, you can expect a price decrease of around 38% during this period.

Hotel rooms in Amsterdam are generally cheapest on Sunday and more costly on Friday.

$77 is how much a hostel (and up to 2 star hotels) in Amsterdam could cost you each night. Booking a hostel could save you $71 when compared to the average price of a hotel in Amsterdam.

Areas such as Westerpark, Amsterdam-Centrum, Westpoort and Bos en Lommer prove popular amongst people booking a hotel in Amsterdam.

With generally low rainfall expected (2.4″) and an average temperature of 59 °F, those staying at a hotel in Amsterdam may want to take some time during their visit to go see popular landmarks in the area. Considering the weather during June, attractions worth visiting near Amsterdam are Anne Frank Huis, Beurs van Berlage, and Oude Kerk.

Yes, Amsterdam does have vacation rentals. Of the 47 vacation rentals in Amsterdam, Yays Amsterdam Salthouse Canal is the most popular among our users. Find vacation rentals in Amsterdam.

Yes, Amsterdam hostels are available if you aren’t interested in staying at a traditional hotel. Via Amsterdam is the most popular out of the 141 hostels in Amsterdam. Search for deals on hostels in Amsterdam.

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Postillion Hotel Amsterdam

Postillion Hotel Amsterdam

Paul Van Vlissingenstraat 9-11, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

Amedia Hotel Amsterdam Airport

Amedia Hotel Amsterdam Airport

Boeing Avenue 333, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

Ozo Hotels Arena Amsterdam

Ozo Hotels Arena Amsterdam

Karspeldreef 2, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

Meininger Hotel Amsterdam Amstel

Meininger Hotel Amsterdam Amstel

Julianaplein 6, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands