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Amsterdam Hotels: From Airbnb to Hidden Gems

By Mitti Hicks

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The elaborate canal system, artistic culture, and narrow houses dressed with gabled facades make Amsterdam a popular destination among tourist.

 

Accommodations in the Netherlands capital, however, can be pricey and averages $300 per night.

 

Here is a list of hotels and Airbnbs for your next stay in Amsterdam that won’t break your pockets:

 

Luxury Loft 

The location of this apartment makes it a hidden gem. The loft is located in Amsterdam’s city center next to popular attractions such as Rembrandtplein, Bloemenmarkt, and, Kalverstraat.

 

PHOTO| Airbnb

 

 

Ambassade Hotel


This hotel is situated on one of Amsterdam’s grandest canals, the Herengracht. It’s very close to both the historic city center, the Museum Quarter, and is within walking distance of many sights and attractions.

 

PHOTO| Ambassade Hotel

 

Attic Room with Terrace

The attic studio is located in a calm yet hip and upcoming northern area of Amsterdam. The apartment comes with an attached, smoke friendly roof terrace for city views.

PHOTO| Airbnb

 

Hotel Estherea

Hotel Estherea offers elegance and charm while being perfectly situated on the boundary between the very busy center of Amsterdam and the canal area. It is within walking distance of many places of interest and public transportation.

PHOTO| Hotel Estherea

 

Hotel NH Amsterdam Museum Quarter

Located just outside Amsterdam’s center, sandwiched between a scenic canal and the city’s famous Museum Square is NH Amsterdam Museum Quarter.

PHOTO| Hotel NH Amsterdam Museum Quarter

 

Inntel Hotels

Inntel Hotels is located in the heart of Amsterdam with a contemporary view of the city. It’s within walking distance of the canals, and a great place to avoid the crowds.

PHOTO| Inntel Hotel

 

Home Away From Home

This gorgeous Airbnb apartment was designed with comfort in mind.

Its warm, inviting living space features chic wooden flooring throughout and contemporary furniture.

PHOTO| Airbnb

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