With more than 350 hotels to choose from, every traveller is sure to find hotel reservations in Amsterdam to suit their lifestyle and budget.
The area’s history dates back as early as the 12th century, when what is now a city, was settled as a village. In the 17th century the canals were built, and in the 19th and 20th centuries the city truly began to boom. Given its spanning history, it is no surprise that hotels in Amsterdam are quite varied. Many properties are located in buildings of historical significance, near or on the famous canals. Others are noted for their original interiors, kept in remarkable condition from centuries ago. Typically, the properties that are in buildings of importance are a little more expensive than the average hotel, but they transport you to another place in time.
Amsterdam is noted around the World for its diverse architecture. Nestled between the facades of historical buildings are modern spaces. While one would think that modern design would stand out in such an ancient city, it actually compliments the buildings and canals beautifully. Many of the city’s luxury hotels are located within these modern, note-worthy buildings. In general, the more significant and celebrated the hotel’s design is, the more expensive its room rates are.
While it may seem like all the hotels in Amsterdam are expensive and located in buildings of architectural or historical significance, this is not the case. The city is filled with many hotels, in buildings that are wonderful and charming, but just simply do not play an important role in the city’s history. These properties range from cheep & cheerful 1stars to grand & opulent 5stars. A great deal of them are part of large, well known hotel chains such as Marriott, Hilton, Intercontinental, Sofitel, Best Western and Holiday Inn. There are also many other hotels which are independently owned and operated. Amsterdam is proudly committed to environmental responsibility, and many of its hotels meet the highest standards for sustainability. These properties can easily be identified by a Green Key logo.
To experience Amsterdam from a different viewpoint, consider a stay on a Botel or the rental of a houseboat. Floating on the city’s important and famous canals, these charming properties are one-of-a-kind and just as comfortable as most hotels. When you stay on a Botel or houseboat, you’ll get to know the city from a different perspective.
Beyond the historic hotels, architectural gems, main stream hotel chains and floating lodgings, Amsterdam has many bed & breakfasts, guesthouses and youth hostels available.
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