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    Hilton Amsterdam

    Hilton Amsterdam

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    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Generally I run a mile from Hiltons, but this one deserves a special place in the history books, as well as being a great springboard from which to discover some of the more interesting areas of the city which aren't packed with tourists. This was the site where John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged a 'Bed-Ins', calling for peace in ...

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    Hotel Arena

    Hotel Arena

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    5 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    Although it is not located in the center of the city, the hotel Arena more than makes up for this minor detail with their wonderful accommodations. Besides, one can hardly complain with the lovely Westerpark and the Troppenmuseum as neighbours. The hotel Arena building itself is large and grand, and pretty hard to miss from the outside. On the inside ...

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    InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam

    InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    The InterContinental Amstel is simply incomparable to any other hotel in the city. Built in the 19th century as the first ‘grand hotel’ of Amsterdam, it has always accommodated guests of high esteem, and continues to be the preferred choice for royals, musicians and actors, and leading political figures. The InterContinental stands on its own alongside the Amstel River, at ...

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    College Hotel

    College Hotel

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    5 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Already from the outside, you get a sense of history from the building that houses The College Hotel. Built in the late 19th century, for many years the building served as a school for higher studies. Although the red brickwork and architecture are imposing and perhaps seen as austere from the outside – this was after all a ‘no nonsense’ ...

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    Ambassade Hotel

    Ambassade Hotel

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    The Ambassade Hotel is truly one of a kind. With a unique collection of books and paintings, adorning walls or shelves, art and literature lovers will have a hard time even leaving the hotel. It’s hard to resist roaming the halls just to soak in the impressive collection of work from COBRA, an avant-garde art movement from (Co)penhague, (Br)ussels and ...

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    Sofitel The Grand Amsterdam

    Sofitel The Grand Amsterdam

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    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    historical building, nice rooms, no views. or city and courtyard. nice afternoon tea, a 5 star hotel

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    Hotel Des Indes, a Luxury Collection Hotel

    Hotel Des Indes, a Luxury Collection Hotel

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    6 reviews

    Hotel Des Indes is surely a place that one could not miss when visiting The Hague. The beautiful ancient building welcomes you upon arrival and entering the hotel the warm atmosphere embraces you. Try the high tea also. Delicious!!

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    Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel

    Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel

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    6 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    The Renaissance hotel makes any journey feel like a breeze, with their attentive staff and impeccable maintenance. Walk through revolving doors to a pristine lobby, and a blazing fireplace greets you from behind a sleek and modern interior design. The flower arrangements, orchids, placed throughout the ground floor add a freshness to the atmosphere that complements the cozy and colorful ...

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    Grand Hotel Amrath Amsterdam

    Grand Hotel Amrath Amsterdam

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    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    The Amrath hotel is found in a tall imposing building within sight of the Central Station. The building in itself was originally built as a shipping house, and the architects modelled the building in the shape of a harboured ship. The hotel goes to great lengths to accentuate the history of the building and the Dutch maritime traditions in general, ...

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    Mauro Mansion

    Mauro Mansion

    3 reviews

    Two steps away from the Amsterdam Central Station, the Mauro Mansion is a quaint hotel in an old Amsterdam house on the edge of a historic canal. The beauty of this place is how personable it feels – with only nine rooms in the whole building and its friendly atmosphere, it’s like a home away from home. You make your ...

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    Convent Hotel Amsterdam

    Convent Hotel Amsterdam

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    3 reviews

    The Convent Hotel sits in a 14th century building that, you guessed it, used to house not one but two convents. The hotel elegantly highlights the building’s history, which you can read more about in their collection of books in the lobby. Also featured among the books is a stone sculpture of the Virgin Mary, which was found in the ...

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    The Manor Hotel - Hampshire Eden

    The Manor Hotel - Hampshire Eden

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    2 reviews

    One of Amsterdam’s newest hotels, the Manor, is found in a large and impressive building on the east side of the city. The building used to be a hospital, which is evident as you’re climbing the grey stone staircases (don’t worry – elevators are also available). The rooms have a bold style, very Amsterdam-themed, with a warm color palette for ...

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    Sandton Hotel de Filosoof

    Sandton Hotel de Filosoof

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    2 reviews
    Mediocre - 69% of guests recommend

    Possibly my favourite hotel in Amsterdam. In a way, the rooms each have their own personality, which simply complements the fact that they are all named after different philosophers. If you like murals, an artistic setting, one that doesn’t try to hide the history and individuality of each piece of furniture and the building itself, then – I would definitely ...

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    Lloyd Hotel

    Lloyd Hotel

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    7 reviews

    What a strange and charming hotel! It apparently was a detention center and a prison at one point, so the very layout already sets it apart from other hotels. Take the steep, cement steps lined with historic art, or zip up to your floor in the modern elevators, but definitely take the time to explore this intriguing place. No two ...

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    NH Museum Quarter

    NH Museum Quarter

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    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    A very sterile, modern feel awaits you in the NH Museum Quarter hotel - located right along one of the bigger canals and just down the street from the museum district. The beds are wide and soft, and there's an empty refrigerator for your own use in the rooms - which also have tall windows to open up the view ...

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    NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky

    NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky

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    6 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    The Krasnapolsky is both convenient and luxurious, but perhaps most memorable for its exquisite dining. The breakfast room, known as the Winter Garden, not only offers a fantastic spread, but is itself a feast for your eyes. It is apparently an Amsterdam landmark, dating back to 1885. The skylight allows the wide, spacious room to be bright and airy (regardless ...

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    Radisson Blu Hotel, Amsterdam

    Radisson Blu Hotel, Amsterdam

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    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Walk into the lobby and be greeted with a smile. This seems to be the foundation of Radisson Blu's customer service, because you are welcomed like an old friend the minute you step foot inside. With this friendly atmosphere, enjoy a cup of tea or surf the free Wi-Fi in the atrium lobby, beneath the Amsterdam sky (best part is ...

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    American Hotel

    American Hotel

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    6 reviews

    Un hotel in cui sicuramente tornerei, le camere deluxe sono veramente spaziose. Anche se l'arredamento interno risulta essenziale e non rispecchia lo stile liberty del cafè restorant sottostante, la pulizia delle stanze e la gentilezza del personale riscattano la scarsa eleganza dell'ambiente. La sua collocazione in posizione strategica permette di spostarsi facilmente con ogni mezzo disponibile per visitare la città.

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    Hotel JL No76

    Hotel JL No76

    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    Hotel JL No76 is an excellent boutique hotel. It's located on a quiet street within walking distance to some of Amsterdam's most popular museums, the staff are very friendly, and the hotel offers amenities that cannot be found in most hotel chains: security systems for individual rooms, free WiFi, jacuzzi tub with flatscreen tv, etc.

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    Hotel Okura Amsterdam

    Hotel Okura Amsterdam

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    The Okura Hotel in Amsterdam is nothing short of luxurious. With four restaurants to satisfy all your different tastes and appetites, plus an indoor pool, fitness, and spa center, staying at this hotel is like a relaxing and equally stimulating retreat from the world. The bedrooms have a great view and the breakfast room has a wonderful natural light. Two ...

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