Hotels in Amsterdam

Hotels in Amsterdam offer pristine accommodations in a city nicknamed “Venice of the North”. Known for its canals, its museums, its festivals, its eye-catching buildings, its coffee (marijuana) shops and its Red Light District, Amsterdam is truly one of a kind. Hiding in Amsterdam from the Nazis for 761 days, Anne Frank, the German-Dutch diarist of Jewish heritage, wrote The Diary of Anne Frank, which can be seen in person at The Anne Frank House. When visiting Amsterdam, things to keep in mind are to watch out for cyclists, to avoid using cannabis in public, to secure your personal belongings, especially in crowded areas, and to not take pictures of Red Light District windows. Hotels in Amsterdam are some of the most exciting you’ll find anywhere. Before we get to hotels in Amsterdam, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

A deterrent to early settlement in the pre-Amsterdam area was its location in what used to be wet peatland. As early as the late 10th century, this peatland called Amestelle began to be developed by inland farmers, the most notable of which was the Van Amstel family. The All Saint’s Flood of 1170 ironically aided in the creation of Amsterdam, causing the Amstel river to be more active and thus draining excess water more quickly, resulting in drier banks. This made the downstream Amstel mouth more attractive to permanent habitation. Amsterdam’s name derives from the Dam originally located on the Amstel River.

Amsterdam, the capital and most populous municipality in the Netherlands, has a population of around 850,000 people. A seaport city, Amsterdam has more than 100 kilometers of canals, 1,500 bridges and about 90 islands. A great time to visit Amsterdam is in the summer, when the temperature averages around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Points of interest include the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Heineken Brewery, the red-light district (if even to get a glimpse of during the day) and cannabis coffee shops. Two of the most famous and talented Amsterdam residents were Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn and Vincent Van Gogh, while Anne Frank was one of the most brave and enduring. The Amsterdam Stock Exchange, now Euronext Amsterdam, is the world’s oldest stock exchange, located in the historical city center. Amsterdam foods include the Stroopwafel, which is a wafer cookie, Dutch pancakes, which are thinner, crepe-like pancakes often topped with fruit, herring, cod, Gouda cheese, Kibbeling, or battered fish, Oliebol, which is a type of fried dough, Stamppot, which is essentially mashed potatoes mixed with vegetables and Rijsttafel, an Indonesian-inspired array of small plates. Drinks include Jenever, a juniper-flavored liquor, vodka, Advocaat, which is a thicker, brandy-infused custard, kind of like eggnog, and of course beers such as Amstel and Heineken. Now that we have a little background information, it’s time for hotels in Amsterdam that are sure to excite.




Zoku Amsterdam

Weesperstraat 105, Amsterdam City Center

Hotels in Amsterdam

What’s around?

Zoku Amsterdam boasts free WiFi, fully-equipped kitchens, large rooms, a rooftop restaurant, terrace and sunlit greenhouse with panoramic city views, private parking, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, innovative Loft-style beds, spacious showers, hair dryers, co-working spaces and a 24-hour front desk. Eerlijk (restaurant), High Studio Plantage (gym), Reggae Rita’s (Jamaican restaurant), Beautiful Yoga (yoga studio), Royal Theater Carré (performing arts theater), Coffeeshop Het Ballonnetje (cannabis store) and more are in the area.

This condo hotel is 0.1 miles from Royal Theater Carré, 0.2 miles from Skinny bridge and Hermitage Amsterdam, 0.3 miles from Faculty of Social Sciences, Jewish Historical Museum, Dutch National Opera & Ballet and Artis Zoo, 0.5 miles from Rembrandt House and Rembrandtplein, 0.8 miles from Dam Square and 7.2 miles from Schiphol Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $148





Ambassade Hotel

Herengracht 341, Amsterdam City Center

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The Nine Streets Amsterdam

Set in 10 original 17th-century canal-side mansions, Ambassade Hotel features free WiFi, 2 elevators, unique rooms, luxurious decor, 1950-CoBrA movement art work, Louis XV furnishings, air conditioning, satellite TVs, seating areas, work desks, a flotation center, a library bar, a brasserie and a breakfast buffet. Near here you may find Brasserie Ambassade, NORTVI (luggage store), Koan Float (wellness center), ABC Clubsandwich (lunch restaurant), Wouters & Hendrix Juwelen (jewelry designer), L’Etoile de Saint Honoré (handbags shop), Singel 404 (cafe), The Lebanese Sajeria (restaurant), Amsterdam Vintage Watches (watch store) and more.

From here The Nine Streets Amsterdam, The Biblical Museum, The Krijtberg Church, Historical Museum Amsterdam and Begijnhof are 0.1 miles, Royal Palace Amsterdam is 0.3 miles, Dam Square and Anne Frank House are 0.4 miles, Lake Twiske is 7.5 miles and Schiphol Airport is 6.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $317





Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam

Oudezijds Voorburgwal 197, Amsterdam City Center

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Theater De Brakke Grond

With luxurious rooms, a unique historical ambiance, French elegance, a fine dining restaurant, various bars, a spa, an indoor pool area, modern bathrooms, rain showers, butler service, slippers, free WiFi, a spa, a sauna, a hammam, a fitness area, a charming garden and a terrace, Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam is found close to Bridges (seafood restaurant), Oriole (bistro), Smoke Boat Amsterdam (tour operator), Green House Centrum Coffeeshop (cannabis store), Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum (museum), The Sensi Seed Bank (store), Sensi Seeds Cornershop (cannabis store), RLD Amsterdam Tours (tour operator) and more.

You may find Theater De Brakke Grond within feet, Agnietenkapel, Faculty of Law, Dam Square and National Monument 0.1 miles, Rembrandt House and Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder 0.3 miles and Schiphol Airport 7.1 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (canal house): $934

Cost per person (three people): $311




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Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam

Herengracht 542-556, Amsterdam City Center

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Consisting of 6 monumental 17th century canal palaces, Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam boasts a luxury spa, an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, a fitness center, three treatment rooms, elegant rooms, canal and courtyard views, luxurious modern amenities, Dutch-inspired design, historic details, spacious bathrooms, free WiFi, a restaurant, a brasserie, a bar and free bike rental. Vault Bar (bar), Spectrum (fine dining restaurant), Guerlain Spa, Barney’s Lounge (cannabis store), Bridge Of Bridges (boat tour agency), Restaurant Quartier Latin, Annadiva Amsterdam (lingerie store), Kindred Spirits Flagship Store (shoe store), Sluizer Restaurants, Samsøe & Samsøe (clothing store), Warudokurasu (cocktail bar), Pigs & Punch (cocktail bar), Zuivere Koffie (cafe), Geitenwollenwinkel (clothing store), Restaurant ACE, De Soepbar Oost (soup restaurant), Coffee Shop (bar), The Preacher’s Son (tatto shop), Boerejongens (coffee shop) and more are within range.

Rembrandtplein, Museum Willet-Holthuysen and Utrechtsestraat are 0.1 miles, Tuschinski and Museum van Loon are 0.2 miles, Dutch National Opera & Ballet is 0.3 miles, Rijksmuseum is 0.5 miles and Schiphol Airport is 6.9 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom king suite): $1,864

Cost per person (three people): $621





Van der Valk Hotel Penthouse

20 Joan Muyskenweg

Hotels in Amsterdam Netherlands

Johan Cruijff Arena

Van der Valk Hotel features fitness facilities, a spa, a wellness center, a 24-hour front desk, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, desks, air conditioning, rain showers, an infrared sauna, a Turkish steam bath, a wax salon, an outdoor pool, a Rasul bath, massage services, a live cooking breakfast buffet, an in-house a la carte restaurant and a bar. Nearby you man encounter tHUIS at the AMSTEL (cafe), Juniper & Kin (bar), Persijn (Dutch eatery), Nessst (bar & restaurant), Broodje Dobber (delivery restaurant), A Beautiful Mess (restaurant), Armstelveid Bakery and more.

This location is 0.2 miles from Overamstel Station, 0.6 miles from Metro Spaklerweg, 0.7 miles from Amstelpark, 0.8 miles from Metro van der Madeweg, 0.9 miles from Amsterdam Studio’s, 1 mile from Amsterdam Amstel Station, 1.7 miles from Johan Cruijff Arena, 2.1 miles from Royal Theater Carré, 2.2 miles from Rijksmuseum and Moco Museum, 2.3 miles from Van Gogh Museum and Artis Zoo, 3.2 miles from Amsterdam Central Station and Anne Frank House and 6.6 miles from Schiphol Airport.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $502



The Luxury Closet



Dikker & Thijs Hotel

Prinsengracht 444, Amsterdam City Center

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Leidseplein Amsterdam

Set in an 18th century warehouse, Dikker & Thijs Hotel has canal views, coffee and tea facilities, TVs with cable channels and Handy Smartphone usage. It’s found close to De Zotte (bar), Greenwoods (brunch restaurant), Lombardo’s (hamburger restaurant), Bocca Coffee (coffee roasters), Los Pilones (Mexican restaurant), Cafe de Klos, NadeR Grill Steakhouse, Paradiso (live music venue), Restaurant Hap-Hmm, DeLaMar Theater, Melkweg (live music venue), Bourbon Street (live music venue), The Rookies Coffeeshop (cannabis store), The Pantry (Dutch restaurant), Jazz Cafe Alto (jazz club), The Bulldog Palace (grand cafe), Easy Times Amsterdam (cannabis store), The Waterhole (live music venue), The Cave Rock Club (heavy metal / rock night club), Coffeeshop Super Skunk (cannabis store), Cora (sandwich shop), de Uitkijk (movie theater) and more.

From here Leidsestraat is within feet, National Pipe Museum, Melkweg, DeLaMar Theater and Leidseplein Amsterdam are 0.1 miles, Theater Bellevue, Holland Casino Amsterdam, House Marseille, Paradiso and The Biblical Museum are 0.2 miles, Rijksmuseum is 0.3 miles, Royal Palace Amsterdam is 0.6 miles, Dam Square, Anne Frank House and Dutch National Opera & Ballet are 0.7 miles, Rembrandt House is 0.8 miles and Schiphol Airport is 6.4 miles.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $374




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Waalstraat Penthouse

Waalstraat 78-4, Zuideramstel

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Amstelpark Amsterdam

With garden views, free WiFi, a living room, a flat-screen TV, a fully-equipped kitchen and bicycle rental service, Waalstraat Penthouse is situated close to Betty’s (vegetarian restaurant), La Maria (Italian restaurant), River Side Bar, L’Angolo Italiano (Italian restaurant), CC Schelde (coffee shop), Venetie IJs (ice cream shop), ‘t Vliegertje (restaurant), At Seven (brunch restaurant), Visaandeschelde (seafood restaurant), Hakata Senpachi (Japanese restaurant), Sapporo (Japanese restaurant), Michiu (Asian restaurant), Tout Patisserie, GOOS (diner), il Cavallino (Italian restaurant), Mi Sueno (Argentinian restaurant), Cafe de Amstel, Paskamer (wine bar), Sinne (Mediterranean restaurant), Glou Glou (wine bar), Omelegg (breakfast restaurant), Sir Hummus (deli), Renato’s Pizzeria, BROERS (cafe) and more.

You’ll see Europaplein 0.3 miles, Amsterdam RAI Station 0.7 miles, Sarphatipark, Amsterdam Amstel Station, Amstelpark Amsterdam and Metro Spaklerweg 0.8 miles, Albert Cuyp Market and Metro Wibautstraat 0.9 miles, Heineken Experience 1 mile, Overamstel Station 1.1 miles, Royal Theater Carré, Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum are 1.3 miles, Leidseplein and Dutch National Opera & Ballet are 1.6 miles, Amsterdam Central Station is 2.4 miles and Schiphol Airport is 6.3 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $257

Cost per person (three people): $85




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Van Tuyll van Serooskerkenweg Penthouse

an Tuyll van Serooskerkenweg 37- HS

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Olympic Stadium Amsterdam

Featuring free WiFi, air conditioning, a terrace, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a balcony with city views and bicycle rental service, Van Tuyll van Serooskerkenweg Penthouse is well-located near Electric Museum, Butcher’s Tears (brewery), Restaurant Helder, Warung Barokah (restaurant), Cafe Carbon (steak and grill restaurant), Traffic Hummus (vegetarian restaurant), Olympic Stadium, Bar Alt, Albert Heijn (supermarket), Coffeeshop De Kade (cannabis store), Frietsteeg (takeout restaurant), Coffeeshop DNA (cannabis store), Bagel Nosh, Le Fournil de Sebastien (bakery), Zikking & Zoon (butcher shop) and more.

Olympic Stadium Amsterdam is 0.4 miles, Amstelveenseweg Station and World Trade Center Amsterdam are 0.5 miles, Amsterdam Zuid Station, De Boelelaan Tram Station and Toomler Theatre are 0.6 miles, Duisenberg School of Finance, VU University Amsterdam, NLR Amsterdam and Vondelpark are 0.9 miles, Van Gogh Museum is 1.2 miles, Rembrandtplein and Royal Theater Carré are 2.1 miles, Amsterdam Central Station is 2.8 miles and Schiphol Airport is 4.9 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $244



The Double F



White Luxury Penthouse

291D Prinsengracht, Amsterdam City Center

Hotels Amsterdam Netherlands

And here?

White Luxury Penthouse provides 2 bedrooms, a fitness center, free WiFi, a washing machine, city views, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a kitchen, a sauna and a hot tub. Close to this penthouse you may find Cup a la Cake (bakery), Sefa Amsterdam (bbq & grill restaurant), Cafe Kalkhoven, Henri Willig (cheese shop), Amigo Grill (Argentinian restaurant), The African Blackstar (cannabis store), Toni & Guy (hair salon), Fabula Rosa (rock shop), Haircrime (hair salon), Back Stage (cosmetics store), Boom Chicago (comedy club), Pesca (restaurant), Cook Kai (Thai restaurant), Salmuera (Argentinian restaurant), Les Deux Freres (clothing store), Fa. H. Wegewijs (cheese shop), Space 4 Beauty (beauty salon), Kessens (restaurant), Cafe Brakke, Alex Wijnen (wine store), Hope Special Sizes (men’s tall and wide clothing), Simon Leveit (coffee store), The Cold Pressed Juicery and more.

Westerkerk is within feet, Anne Frank House and Theo Thijssen Museum are 0.1 miles, Boom Chicago, Reypenaer Cheese Tasting Room and The Nine Streets Amsterdam are 0.2 miles, Houseboat Museum, Magna Plaza, Theater De Rode Hoed and Royal Palace Amsterdam are 0.3 miles, Dam Square is 0.4 miles, Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder and Leidseplein are 0.7 miles, Basilica of St. Nicholas, Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam Central Station and Rembrandt House are 0.8 miles and Schiphol Airport is 6.8 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night: $854

Cost per person (four people): $214



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So there they are, hotels in Amsterdam that are sure to help make for an unforgettable experience. We hope you have found your perfect Amsterdam accommodation and most importantly, that you enjoy your time in the Netherlands!

38 Replies to “Hotels in Amsterdam”

  1. Amsterdam in general is one place I want to visit regardless along with The Hague. But for me, the Garden View looks like a keeper here, especially if I’m only with a few people. Seems like it’s located around a lot of culture, too, especially if those Italian restaurants deem to be authentic. Mi Sueno would be a cool place to visit, too, since I’ve never tried Argentine cuisine before, so that would be quite the experience. For my personal tastes, it’s the ideal spot in Amsterdam. 

    1. Hi Todd. Thank you for pin-pointing your favorite accommodation. Appreciate the comment and wish you all the best in your travels!

  2. My choice would be the Canal View Penthouse. I don’t travel at that financial level, but I would choose that one for the most charming view.
    What a way to go…All these accommodations are grand, spacious and comfortable looking. They definitely would be fabulous for extended stays.
    Amsterdam is a fascinating city and one might not spend much time in a hotel or penthouse, yet these are sumptuous options.
    A week in each would be marvelous!

    1. Thank you for the comments Dancinscot! One of the best things about booking a penthouse is, when traveling in a group and splitting the cost, it can be affordable. Generally speaking, penthouses will feature 2 to 3 bedrooms. Best wishes and happy travels!

  3. Wow what a great article. What took my eye immediately was the fact that your article is based around one of my favourite cities, so I was obviously drawn in.

    The guide and places to see is (I think) very accurate, and indeed I know, and have stayed at one or two of the hotels in your piece. Though i have to say that i didn’t stay in the penthouse suites in any. to be honest I had never even considered it as I, (and I guess most people) have always presumed that the penthouse was the exclusive abode of either the rich, or the famous(or both).

    I have to say that i am very pleased to be educated to the contrary by you, and a penthouse suite will deffinately be on the to-do list the next time I am in Amsterdam.

  4. What beautiful places these are!  I would have to take some time with them to figure out which was my favorite.  It would be a delight to stay in one of these while visiting Amsterdam.

    Years, ago, I did visit Amsterdam.  I imagine it is changed, now, and would love to go back and see it again.  If I do, I’ll be in touch, because I’d like to find out more about the penthouses.  I notice you do not mention price.  Is this one of those situations where if you have to ask, you can’t afford it?  I hope not.

    I especially remember the rijsttafel, the Indonesian feast that is so popular in Amsterdam.  You are served numerous small Indonesian dishes which you then sample and enjoy.  It’s a fabulous way to have a meal.  I’d love to sit down at another of those feasts!

    Thanks for providing such an interesting article about a way to make Amsterdam even more enjoyable.

  5. I’ve been to Amsterdam a few times and it´s quite a fascinating city. I have visited some of the top attractions you mentioned, such as the Anne Frank house, the Van Gogh museum and the Rijksmuseum. 

    I would go for Penthouse Canal by Harbour Suites as an accommodation option. I just love the room decor on the image. A kitchen with a dishwasher sounds handy, and this penthouse is in a central location.

  6. Thanks again for these good travel recommendations. They all look very luxurious. I like the one with the black walls and there was one was kind of a colorful design that looks cool.

    Like I said in my other post you know the first thing I want to know is everything about the gym and then the second thing I want to know is where are the meetings. After that I guess I want to know like where are the nature trails so I could go hiking. Like I said in my other reply I don’t drink or do caffeine or any of that kind of stuff but you know I could potentially enjoy the atmosphere of a nice restaurant.

    Usually I am not the person who wants to go to restaurants because I eat very carefully but the people I am with might want to go so I would go just to be with them.

    Oh yeah I don’t have children now but I guess if I had children then it would be important to me that they had fun stuff to do.

  7. I have only been to Europe once or should I say England.  We stayed in a pretty nice hotel.  I would love to the Netherlands.  The views and archeticture look incredible.  I would need to save some serious cash in doing one of these things.  Or I can take a group of friends and we can split the cost.  This would be a once in a lifetime kind of thing for me. 

  8. Hi, looks like a  good place to go and check out in the summer. It looks like that Penthouse is in a good location to be checking everything out. And getting a good feel for the vacation experience. I think a person would want to go for about a week if not more. Because there is just a lot of interesting and entertaining things to go see.

  9. Been looking for a very thorough guide on picking a very comfortable accommodation during my three weeks long stay in Amsterdam and I think this article definitely has some fancy recommendations. I think the Waalstraat Penthouse would be just perfect for my needs as I would need some space and entertainment throughout. It’s seems cozy and the price is relatively affordable. Thanks 

  10. Thanks for delivering great alternatives to places to stay when getting to Amsterdam. Among your list, Keizersgracht Penthouse it’s my favorite. I like luxury places to stay when traveling, but I also like warms spaces.

    Being one of the most centric options and its price is quite low.  Thanks for a great post!

  11. Many thanks to you for sharing such an excellent article with us .I have visited Amsterdam in the Netherlands several times before.And I’ve been there for my various tasks.I’ve been in Amsterdam for a long time.And there I was at a hotel called Waalstraat Penthouse.This hotel is very nice to me because there is a view of the garden inside the hotel and which is very nice to see.And the food in this restaurant and the various restaurants around the hotel are good and very tasty.And the foods there I remember in my health and after eating the foods I was not sick.What I like the most is the hotel has a kitchenette and I could watch tea every night in the garden, drinking tea and watching the beautiful view.After reading your article, everyone will know about hotels in Instagram in the Netherlands and share new exprience with you.

  12. Hi there. Thank you for sharing this helpful article recommending and giving us information about the best hotels in Amsterdam Netherlands; you for sure did the heavy lifting and it will be easier to choose my favourite hotel and one I can afford from these you have shared.

    Waalstraat Penthouse is very much affordable especially if we travel in group of 3. I love it considering the fact that it is affordable plus it has everything I need. I love the fact that it has free WiFi, a fully – equipped kitchen and many nice features.

  13. Many thanks to you for sharing such an excellent article with us .Amsterdam is a wonderful place and everything in your article seems to be surrounded by a lot of culture. My choice would be the Van der Valk Hotel Penthouse .This hotel has fitness facilities, free wifi, air conditioning, flat screen tv, shower, restaurant, etc. The combination of everything looks really spacious and spacious .And Amsterdam is a very interesting city and I consider Amsterdam an ideal place for my personal interest .I will be visiting soon and will share my new experiences with you as well as I hope this article is very helpful article for those who are going to visit here. 

  14. Great informative site.  Make life much easier when you are looking to rent a penthouse in Amsterdam.  I love the fact that you give us all the information and what is around the area.  This helps a lot when making choices.  You have even added the pricing for us. Not to talk about the information on each penthouse.  Great post thanks for this.

  15. I will be travelling to Amsterdam anytime soon and I’ve done a bit of research on hotels in that area but could not find one that suits me. You’ve really come up with amazing hotels that fits my criteria. Indeed, finding yourself the ideal hotel at times can be difficult. Those are great hotels anyone can choose from.

    1. James great to hear that you will be traveling to to Amsterdam soon. Thank you for saying and glad you found the post valuable

  16. Hotels in Amsterdam are awesome I must say. I reside in The Netherlands but not really in Amsterdam. Good hotels there are quite few but I usually lodge in the best each time I go to Amsterdam. I must say that the hotels you’ve listed above are great. With them, anyone could have a very good experience in Amsterdam.

    1. Leon hotels in Amsterdam are awesome, and who better to know than you since you reside in The Netherlands, so thanks for confirming!

  17. Thank you for another great list of recommendations! I always find great tips where to stay, when I visit your site and you once again did not disappoint.

    My favorite pick from your list for Amsterdam would be Van der Valk Hotel Penthouse, because of the view. It’s stunning! And the price is perfect, considering what you get + everything is quite close. So I’m saving it for when I visit Amsterdam the next time (I often fly to the Caribbean through their airport and usually stay for a day or two in town before flying over Atlantic).

    While White Luxury Penthouse looks nice, I would be afraid to stay there – I would feel too much of a pressure to leave everything as white as it should be 😊

    1. Katja great choice in Valk Hotel Penthouse and good point about White Luxury Penthouse, lol. Glad you liked the post!

  18. Hey, I always enjoy your article while reading. Today I know about Hotels in Amsterdam Netherlands. While reading I know that Amsterdam, the capital and most populous municipality in the Netherlands, has a population of around 850,000 people. If we get a chance to visit Amsterdam. We will stay in Htel Penthouse Apartment or Dikker & Thijs Hotel Penthouse Suite . I hope I will  come soon.

    1. Parveen Htel Penthouse Apartment or Dikker & Thijs Hotel Penthouse Suite are both great choices. Thanks for the comments and nice to see you again!

  19. Hi, these are really cool places. I have to say I would choose to stay near the Leidseplein given the choice. I think the location is the most important aspect when staying in a city. Amsterdam is a great city with lively fun nightlife. Many years ago when I lived near Amersterdam we often went into the city for the club scene at weekends. But there are many other great places and experiences Amsterdam has to offer. The last time I was there I picked up some really cool original art from a street market. I used to love going into the city too on Queens Day. I know it all so well. thanks, Andy

  20. Amsterdam has been on my bucket list for so many years and this post has really made me more determined to get there once we can travel more freely. I know that many of the European cities are very expensive, but sharing cost in a penthouse is a brilliant way to reduce the cost per person. I love all the suggestions and tips for what to do in the area you are staying and will bookmark this post. 

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