Top Rated Hotels in Amsterdam

Whether there’s a five-star hotel in an 18th-century canal building, a former bridge keeper’s building transformed into a lively suite or a printing factory-turned boutique hub, Amsterdam ‘s hotel scene is a treasure trove of stunning and comfortable redesigns. Whatever your budget, your favorite area, or the reason for your visit, you’re promised to be able to find a great place to stay in Amsterdam. So, if you’re still searching for a comfortable place to sleep down after a day of exploring the best attractions in the city, take a look at this list of the absolute best hotels in Amsterdam.

The Hoxton, Amsterdam

The Hoston hotel in Amsterdam is one of the best hotels here with brilliant interior décor. This attention to detail is not confined to interior design, but it applies to bicycles that you can ride around the area, the map in your room that features good places to eat and drink around, and much more. The hotel has 111 individually designed rooms with comfy beds, modern bathrooms, and rainfall showers and fast WIFI  

It has a super friendly receptionist who will guide you quite nicely regarding things you need to know throughout your stay in Amsterdam. The good part is that the hotel provides the free breakfast in a small cute bag which gets hung on your door to ensure that you’ve got something to satisfy your rumbling belly. The hotel has a comfortable environment and in short, the hotel management has put in a lot of effort to make this place a comfortable place to stay.

Address: Herengracht 225, Amsterdam, 1016BJ

Contact: +31 20 888 5555

Price: €159.00 to €299.00 per night

Hotel Estherea

The hotel is situated in the heart of the ‘Nine Little Streets’ of Negen Straatjes, a trendy shopping district, café, and restaurant. The hotel provides a luxurious, movie-set-like atmosphere as if at the beginning of the last century, you walked into a period drama set some time ago. 

The hotel has 91 rooms which are luxuriously furnished. The hotel has a small but well-equipped gym. All the rooms are fitted with a ‘Handy’ guest mobile, which offers Wi-Fi connectivity in the city and offers free phone calls to a number of countries. If we talk about food services, the breakfast is luxurious, alongside the usual fare, with smoothies, cakes, and Mediterranean salad.

 There’s no restaurant, but the elegant, wood-paneled guest-only bar provides light meals, including burgers, pasta, and Dutch huts pot. Sweet, tea, coffee, flavored waters, and sweet snacks are available during the day in a lounge corner. The hotel will give you home vibes.

Address: Herengracht 255, 1016 BJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact: +31 20 624 5146

Price: Double rooms from €189 (£165) in low season, and €289 (£253) in high. Breakfast costs €18 (£16) per person. Free Wi-Fi.

Kamer 01

Kamer Hotel is located in the midway center between the Central Station and the main museums (15 to 20 minutes’ walk to each). The original features displaying wooden beams, old brickwork, a spiral staircase remains the same in the hotel and are enlivened by bright colors and welcoming fabrics. Other than that, you will find many antiques in the hotel.

 It is a place where you will feel completely relaxed as a personal guest. The hotel has an open bar which provides good coffee and a number of good tea range. It also offers organic fruits, specialty beers, and sodas, as well as fine wines and cava. 

The breakfast is based upon fruit, milk, cheeses, cold cuts, eggs to order, bread, pastries, Mediterranean vegetarian dips, and spreads, and more uses mainly organic, products of local origin. Overall, you will find comfy, spacious rooms with good food service and a nice place to relax after spending your whole day in a city tour.

Address: Singel 416, 1016 AK Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact:  +31 20 888 5555

Price: Double rooms from €308 (£271) in low season; and from €358 (£315) in high. Breakfast and drinks included. Free Wi-Fi.

Hotel Okura Amsterdam

The Hotel Okura Amsterdam is a calm, understated luxurious with a quiet tinge of Japanese architecture, exemplified in beautiful trees, clean lines, and bright light. It is a big hotel, with a lot going on, but in the vast lobby, soothing colors and enveloping wooden armchairs which absorb the hustle.

 The staff members are extremely friendly and attentive, without imposing themselves. Staff at the restaurant and bar are brisk and efficient. Guests have access to the peaceful Nagomi Spa, the city’s largest hotel pool, and a large, excellently-equipped gymnasium with professional trainers and natural light. 

There are huge ballroom and function rooms, and in the cellar, there is a cooking studio that offers workshops from the renowned hotel kitchens. The rooms are categorized for superior and executive. Executive rooms come with access to a 22nd-floor private lounge with free drinks and snacks. The hotel offers Japanese and other several cuisines. There is a 23rd bar on the top floor of the hotel which offers champagne and classic cocktails. You can spend a good time roaming in the hotel lobby.

Address: Ferdinand Bolstraat 333, 1072 LH Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact:  +31 20 678 7111

Price: Double rooms from €205 (£184) in low season; and from €470 (£421) in high. Breakfast €30 (£27). Free Wi-Fi.

Breitner House

Breitner House is like a house packed with antique furniture of museum quality, sumptuous fabrics, a gallery of fine artwork, stuccoes ceilings dripping with crystal chandeliers, and fresh-flowers forests. Even you will feel like you’re living in a movie set with rich ages.

The hotel has a genuine warmth of reception, providing a comfortable environment inside the room. Each suite is separately and exquisitely decorated and is more spacious than in this price bracket you’ll find almost anywhere else in town. The decor also has personal touches, such as a mural of irises painted by Camilla, and artwork brought with it as gifts by returning guests.

 In the dining room, overlooking the lake, the regular champagne breakfast is served. It is presented among banks of flowers and fresh fruit, beautifully placed together in sparkling crystal and gleaming porcelain, with dew-dripping melons, pastes and spreads in oyster shells, cheese platters. Besides the food services as you can enjoy the scenic beauty surrounding the hotel.

Address: Oosterpark 87-88, 1092 AW Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact:  +31 20 463 6450

Price: Suites are €545 (£490) on weekdays; and are €595 (£535) on weekends, year-round. There are discounts for longer stays. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.

The Craftsmen

The craftsmen hotel is a beautiful hotel that provides a good quality service to its guests. The small group of young workers are very friendly and supportive and get along well with each other, helping to build a homely environment and giving your stay a special touch. 

There is a breakfast room which is also available for drinks and snacks in the evenings and has wide windows facing directly onto the canal, a few leather armchairs and workbench tables, and a comfortable pub atmosphere. The rooms at the hotel are of different shapes and sizes with large bathrooms and all tea or coffee making facilities. 

A decent breakfast buffet in the Gallery provides good-quality items such as freshly squeezed fruit juice and fresh fruit salad, granola and yogurt, mini muffins and pastries, crusty rolls and butter croissants, with cheeses, cold cuts and smoked salmon, even a little avocado and roast peppers. There is no restaurant or pub, but the breakfast room in the Gallery is also available for drinks and snacks during the evenings.

Address: Singel 83, 1012 VE Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact: +31 20 210 1218

Price: Double rooms from €160 (£137) in low season; and from €250 (£214) in high. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.

Hotel Jakarta

Hotel Jakarta has 200 spacious rooms and most of them have balconies overlooking the water closed to glass, with sliding windows for good weather. The walls of the bedroom are covered with bamboo wood and upholstered with patterned fabrics. 

All rooms have comfortable, large beds for the guests to relax on. The café Jakarta serves Indonesian cuisine and Western dishes with a spicy twist. There is a Malabar cocktail bar on the eighth and ninth floor of the hotel. 

The breakfast buffet at Café Jakarta is large, alongside the regular hot and cold offerings, with Indonesian fried rice, exceptional home-baked bread, and a wide choice of fruit. You can enjoy all this at a very reasonable rate.

Address: Javakade 766, 1019 SH Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact: +31 20 236 0000

Price: Double rooms from €190 (£162) in low season; and from €320 (£273) in high. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.

Dutch Masters

Dutch Masters is situated in the heart of the canal city, a six-minute walk from the Rijksmuseum, and about 15 minutes from the Dam. Dutch Masters is situated in the heart of the canal city, a six-minute walk from the Rijksmuseum, and about 15 minutes from the Dam. 

The rooms of the hotel are uniquely designed in the style of a Dutch artist-from great such as Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Van Gogh. The hotel has marble floors, a decorative fireplace that gives the place an elegant look, facing a wide canal and overlooking a beautiful formal garden, rife with tulips in the spring. The design in each apartment is influenced by a particular artist’s work.

The hotel’s bedrooms are small but well decorated and there is enough room here, with dining tables and comfortable furnishings. The kitchens are well-equipped with a dishwasher, an oven-microwave and four-plate induction hob, and ample cutlery and crockery in addition. There are no dining facilities on-site, though there are plenty of cafés and restaurants within walkable distance. A folder in the room offers fine, much-considered suggestions for restaurants, as well as some home delivery services.

Address: Keizersgracht 580, 1017 EN Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact: +31 6 10205504

Price: Apartments from €150 (£130) in low season; and from €200 (£173) in high. Breakfast not available. Free Wi-Fi


Conservatorium is a big and well-designed hotel that was designed by Italian interior designer Piero Lissoni. There is a spacious lobby lounge, which is enclosed in glass, surpasses others in town for beer, the meal includes a brasserie or coffee shop. 

The server at the hotel is welcoming dealing with the bar and restaurants in the hotel very quickly and efficiently. Besides the bars and restaurants, the hotel has a big spa. The rooms of the hotel vary in sizes with though all are very spacious. They have large desks to work on and have espresso machines and complimentary smartphones.

On the upper floor of the restaurant is the ultra-chic Taiko restaurant run by Chef Schilo van Coevorden, who has extensive experience in Asia and serves a menu that is mainly Japanese in theme, but with plenty of inspiration from China and the West Coast. At the breakfast, the hotel offers an exclusive buffet. The hotel bar offers more than 40 brands of gin and a choice of six tonics. 

Address: Paulus Potterstraat 50, 1071 DB Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact:  +31 20 570 0000

Price: Double room from €350 (£311) in low season; and from €750 (£666) in high. Breakfast included. Free WIFI.

Soho House Amsterdam

Soho House Amsterdam is situated in the heart of town, in a crowded place but with one side facing a river, a minute or two from the Dam and the Negen Straatjes shopping quarter. The main museums are a 20-minute walk away (13 minutes by tram), and Anne Frank House is a 10-minute drive away.

The service is quick and pleasant. Guests are warmly welcomed at the reception. workers at the restaurant are busy always attentive and very responsive.

 The hotel has a pool, spa, and an enormous gym. The rooms at the hotel have parquet flooring and crafted ceramics. They have high ceilings and huge windows. The breakfast served at the hotel is very delectable with a wide variety to offer from multifarious fruit salad and granola through crusty avocado toasts, prime smoked salmon, and perfect omelets, to fluffy-flaky croissants, rock cakes, and gooey chocolate biscuits. Cecconi’s restaurant, which unlike the other spaces is open to the public, Italian food like tuna with quail’s eggs to meltingly crunchy wood-fired pizzas. The hotel is very well known for its food servings.

Address: Spuistraat 210, 1012 VT Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact: +31 20 888 0300

Price: Rooms from €160 (£143) in low season; and from €250 (£223) in high, excluding breakfast (main dishes from €8/£7). Free Wi-Fi.

These are the top 10 hotels in Amsterdam where you can spend a good time relaxing in a comfortable environment with the best food servings as per your preferences.  If you want to get updated about the best places to visit in December you can read the article from our website Exploreitdaily.

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