We offer you budget-conscious hostels such as Euphemia Budget Hotel with room rate starting with 94£ or Amigo Budget Hostel with only 71£. Noorderkerk Apartments is an affordable choice that will put you within a 10-minute walk of the center. Hotel Abba is a good budget hotel with rates starting from 66£ that is well situated within walking distance of Moco Museum. A good budget-friendly option in Oud Zuid district is 136-1Cozy Spacious Jordaan Apartment *Non Smoking*, a 15-minute walk to The Jordaan and not far from Sane.
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Where to stay in Amsterdam?
Best cheap hotels in Amsterdam
Amsterdam airports & Underground stations
If you're looking for hotels near Amsterdam-Schiphol airport, your options may include Mercure Hotel Schiphol Terminal or Ibis Budget Amsterdam Airport. Plantage Hortus Apartments is a 4-star alternative, about 10 minutes from Weesperplein metro station. To stay near Amsterdam Central train station, look into Beursstraat, which puts you within a short walk of it.
Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre
A shopping street, department stores and a market are popular shopping places in the city center in close vicinity of Nh Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky. Dream Hotel Amsterdam is a 10-minute walk from the hustle and bustle of the city center and offers 3-star accommodation. Take advantage of being in Oud Zuid district and stay at Hotel Central Park where prices start at 127£ or Liberte with rates from 143£.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Amsterdam
If you are looking for a luxury stay, then check out Oud Zuid district, where you will find Hotel Toro and Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam with an indoor swimming pool, a golf course and a Jacuzzi. Many travelers will enjoy original 4-star The Posthoorn Amsterdam where you can get an unforgettable experience. Chain hotels include the 3-star Conscious Hotel Museum Square, with fantastic features including a sun deck and a sun terrace.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Bed & Breakfast The 9 Streets is a cozy apartment in the center of the city located 50 meters from Purna Indian Restaurant. Studio Recar is a B&B located a 15-minute walk from Heineken Experience. If you are here on business, Hotel Park View Amsterdam with rates from 148£ and Citiez Hotel Amsterdam where prices start at 129£ are great options. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near Emperor's Canal, such as Short Stay Group Rozengracht Apartments or Tourist Inn.
How to Find the Best Amsterdam Hotels
With over 20 percent of its surface covered with water, it's easy to see why Amsterdam is often referred to as the Venice of the North. It is the capital city of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and home to less than one million people. As you begin to explore this compact city (only a little over 40,000 square kilometers), you may be surprised to discover that it is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world. People from 178 different nationalities make up its population. Begin your adventure by visiting Hotelmix.co.uk to find the ideal Amsterdam lodging for your stay. You will find a huge range of hotels in Amsterdam listed with unbiased guest reviews, photos and multilanguage description for each one. Choose the location, room size and price level of your hotel before you even board your plane. Booking a hotel in Amsterdam is a breeze with us and you are sure not to be disappointed.
What's Amsterdam Like?
Amsterdam offers a large choice of entertainment all year round. The Rijksmuseum is the National Museum of the Netherlands and it's truly a must-see when you're in Amsterdam. It houses the largest collection of Dutch art and history and ranks among the top museums in the world. Works from several renowned classic artists (Vermeer, Frans Hals, Rembrandt, etc.) are well represented. Other popular museums that are worth a trip are the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank Museum. The former is home to the largest collection of the artist's paintings and the latter is the house that served as the hiding place of the Frank family during WWII.
For a lively evening, visit the popular Red Light District of Amsterdam. Located in the oldest part of the city and by day a thriving shopping area, it transforms at night to offer an altogether different form of entertainment. Come with an open mind. Also, there's no need to be afraid of thieves or purse snatchers. This area of Amsterdam is one of the safest in the city. A visit to this extraordinary and historic city would not be complete without a boat tour down one of its waterways. With over 165 canals, Amsterdam has even more canals than Venice! In good weather, you can easily spend an entire day out on the water spotting some of the most popular attractions in the city. Find the perfect place to stay in Amsterdam on the water by exploring the list of cheap hotels on Hotelmix.co.uk. We have a fine selection of hotels and accommodations that will fit any itinerary or budget.
Hints and Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Amsterdam
Most Amsterdam residents speak and understand English with ease, although learning a little Dutch would no hurt. A friendly "Goedemorgen" (Good morning) and a polite "Dank je wel" (Thank you) will no doubt elicit a big smile and a warm greeting from locals. With more bikes than people (over 880,000 bikes and only 810,000 million residents), renting a two-wheeler to cruise the streets of Amsterdam is a great way to blend in like a local. In addition to an impressive list of Amsterdam hotel deals, Hotelmix.co.uk has interactive maps which you can access quite easily. It is a great way to plan your trip to this wonderful city.