£78 - £145
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBOURHOOD IN AMSTERDAM||Amsterdam Nieuw-West||25% cheaper||Hotels in Amsterdam Nieuw-West are the cheapest in Amsterdam at just £78 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN AMSTERDAM||Centrum||29% more expensive||Centrum has the highest priced hotels in Amsterdam with rooms averaging £145 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBOURHOOD IN AMSTERDAM||Centrum||77% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Centrum than any other neighbourhood in Amsterdam|
Below are the 11 user recommended hotels in the area of Amsterdam that is closest to Station Amsterdam Centraal. The average price near Station Amsterdam Centraal is £111/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Station Amsterdam Centraal are typically 9% more expensive than the average hotel in Amsterdam, which is £100.
|Low season||March||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||June||most expensive time to stay|
|34%||expected price decrease|
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£71 - £194
|Highest day of week||Friday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Tuesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|£100||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|£71||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|Cheapest time to book||The cheapest time to book hotels in Amsterdam is: 4-5 star, 79 days before.|
£67 - £79
£96 - £110
£132 - £142
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam|
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Amsterdam discount cards and city passes get you into the museums and attractions for a single discounted ticket price. The Amsterdam Holland Pass gives you free access to top museums, and you can purchase packages of 3, 4, or 6 tickets per card. Prices for the Holland Pass start at €40 EUR. The I Amsterdam City Card is the city’s official pass. It comes in packages of 24 – 96 hours. Major museums are included with the city pass card, prices start at €57 EUR and up.
Amsterdam has taxis, but rarely do you need one. Routes for public transportation start at Amsterdam Central Station and spiral outward. The network drops you within walking distance of most attractions. You also have bus services, including the night bus. Get a 1-day pass for all Amsterdam public transportation for approximately €7.50 EUR per 24-hour period. Bikes are also available to rent. For a 3-hour rental, you can expect to pay €7 EUR or more. However, you will find better rates when you rent for a longer period. When walking around the city, watch out for bicycles. The city has more bicycles than people, and riders do not always look out for pedestrians.
While the city has the hop-on-hop-off bus option, you get the best views and experiences with canal tours. You will not have to deal with so many pedestrians, cyclists or traffic jams.
Amsterdam is one of the least friendly for non-European bank-issued cards. Bring cash or use a Maestro card.
New West Inn Amsterdam
Reimerswaalstraat 5, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Amsterdam Teleport Hotel
Heathrowstraat 3-5, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Amsterdam Marriott Hotel
Stadhouderskade 12, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam
Oudezijds Voorburgwal 197, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
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Amsterdam is more than just the capital city of The Netherlands. It is rich in artistic heritage, features an elaborate canal system and still displays most of its 17th century Golden Age architecture. In the Museum District alone, you have more than enough to explore, including the Van Gogh Museum. Whether you are an avid backpacker strolling through or a tourist family, Amsterdam has something for you. Amsterdam is by far the most populous municipality of the Kingdom, and it is the centre of the television industry, especially live television shows. While the city’s predominant language is Dutch, you will find most shop owners and locals speak English quite fluently. You will also notice another trend: cycles. Dutch residents are not fans of vehicles, but they do love their two wheels. In fact, the households of Amsterdam collectively own almost 1 million bicycles.
Amsterdam-Centrum is the tourist hotspot of Amsterdam. It is the most popular, even for a short stay and it is the oldest part of the city. Here, you can walk or cycle to everything and most people speak English in the Centrum district to accommodate visitors. Stay at the cosy Luxury Suites Amsterdam where you get a free ride to and from the airport, free breakfast and a stay right on the canal.
Jordaan is the polar opposite of Centrum. Everything here is clean, charming and almost like a small village within the city. The streets are smaller compared to other neighbourhoods, you have more canals weaving through and you have a mixture of traditional and quaint shops to browse. Hotel Cappuccino is a beautifully restored building right in the heart of Jordaan. For a more boutique-like accommodation, stay at the Hotel Mr. Jordaan at Bloemgracht.
Canal Belt and Nine Streets
This area of Amsterdam is UNESCO-protected and looks the same as it did 400 years ago, aside from restorations. It is by far one of the most aesthetically pleasing areas of the city. Here you have designer hotels, eateries, boutique shops and an area rich in history to enjoy. Stay at the modern Zoku Amsterdam hotel, featuring tiny-house style accommodations. The Toren Hotel Amsterdam is a vibrant, charming boutique hotel with 38 rooms all uniquely styled for their guests.
If you plan to spend most of your time in Amsterdam browsing the museums and art galleries, Museum Quarter is where you want to stay. From here you can walk to the famous museums, eat at the fancy restaurants and enjoy the tranquillity of Vondelpark. Pillows Anna Van Den Vondel Amsterdam overlooks the park and gives you a personalised hotel stay in the city.
Oud West is the culturally diverse sector of Amsterdam that mixes commercial with residential. If you want hidden gems that locals enjoy, Oud West is where you want to stay. You will not find many tourist attractions here, but you do have hotels like the Hotel Espresso City Centre and the Grand Hotel Downtown Amsterdam for accommodations.
Hostels offer a safe place to stay and are also a budget-friendly accommodation arrangement. The Flying Pig Hostels in downtown and uptown Amsterdam have private dormitories and youth rooms with fully-equipped kitchens. The Hostel Amsterdam Zeeburg is in the eastern area of the city and just 15 minutes from the historic city centre. It features a café and private dormitories. If you prefer something more private, try The Student Hotel Amsterdam City that has modern, fresh hotel rooms in a fairly new and evolving neighbourhood. The Apollo Hotel Amsterdam is centrally located and has a café overlooking the canal, but still offers a relatively affordable stay.
Each neighbourhood in Amsterdam is unique and most are within cycling or walking distance from major attractions and historical sites. Some areas are heavily populated by tourists, while others are more frequented by locals only. When you are here, pick a neighbourhood for each day, explore the sights, taste the food of the Netherlands and mingle like a local.
7 nights is the typical length of stay for people visiting Amsterdam.
Hotels in Amsterdam show a range of prices for their rooms. These are determined by factors such as availability, locale and amenities. On average, rooms will be around £126 per night.
Hotels in Amsterdam are usually cheapest during the month of March. You can expect a price decrease of around 35% during this period.
The cost of a Amsterdam hotel room will vary for each day, but generally Monday works out the most economical, with Thursday proving the least economical.
Per person, per night, a hostel in Amsterdam (or a sub 2-star rated hotel) is priced at £84, on average. This price is £42 cheaper than your average Amsterdam hotel.
Areas such as Centrum, Amsterdam-Oost, Amsterdam-Noord and Amsterdam-Zuid prove popular amongst people booking a hotel in Amsterdam.
With generally low rainfall expected (60 mm) and an average temperature of 16 °C, 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 August, attractions worth visiting near Amsterdam are Anne Frank Huis and Beurs van Berlage.
Yes, there are 200 vacation rentals in Amsterdam. At the moment, Htel Serviced Apartments Amstelveen is the most popular Amsterdam holiday rental based on our user data. Search for vacation holiday in Amsterdam.
easyHotel Amsterdam Arena Boulevard
Johan Cruijff Boulevard 129, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Travel Hotel Amsterdam
Beursstraat 23, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Hotel Library Amsterdam
Prins Hendrikkade 144-145, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Bunk Hotel Amsterdam
Hagedoornplein 2, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Courtyard by Marriott Amsterdam Arena Atlas
Hoogoorddreef 1, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Boutique Hotel La Belle Vue
Raadhuisstraat 37/2, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Leonardo Hotel Amsterdam City Center
Tesselschadestraat 23, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Cityden Bolo District
Bos en Lommerplantsoen 45a, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
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