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Amsterdam hotel recommendations 20:56 - Oct 15 with 1155 viewsmerseyhoop

Can any of the lovely posters recommend any Amsterdam hotels, 50th birthday present for the wife. Thanks in advance
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 21:02 - Oct 15 with 1137 viewsloftboy

I stayed in the XO central, cheap and cheerful but great location, 5 minutes from the station, was clean and comfy

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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 21:48 - Oct 15 with 1106 viewsTrom

If you are looking for something a little classy the Park Hotel in Liedersplien is fashionable and in a good location.
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 23:06 - Oct 15 with 1049 viewsW13R

Hotel Okura, stayed there many years ago but I believe it’s still a 5 star hotel.
Had a pool and spa and was close to Amsterdam central.
Check out Trip Advisor for its recent reviews to see if it is still any good?
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 00:18 - Oct 16 with 1017 viewsLythamR

swissotel is bang on Dam Square and is/was decent quality without paying a premium price, doesnt have the spa facilities of some of the 5 star hotels but how much time are you going to spend in the hotel during the day. Its the best location in the city IMHO 10 minute stroll or a couple of mins in a taxi from the station
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 01:57 - Oct 16 with 996 viewsBoston

The ones with the red light in the window are usually fun, bit pricey but.

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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 02:04 - Oct 16 with 996 viewsFredManRave

Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 01:57 - Oct 16 by Boston

The ones with the red light in the window are usually fun, bit pricey but.


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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 07:15 - Oct 16 with 944 viewshoopsmark

Do not stay at the 5 star Grand Hotel Amarth....not good unfortunately...
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 07:17 - Oct 16 with 941 viewshoopsmark

Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 07:15 - Oct 16 by hoopsmark

Do not stay at the 5 star Grand Hotel Amarth....not good unfortunately...


Amrath sorry
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 08:27 - Oct 16 with 892 viewsthompsonridd

Just off Dam Square there is an excellent restaurant called Humphreys (as in Bogart) Great food and cocktails. Have fun
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 08:41 - Oct 16 with 881 viewssmegma

Go on booking.com there's hundreds of hotels there.
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 08:44 - Oct 16 with 876 viewsBrianMcCarthy

Sorry, mersey. I;ve only been twice - once with a girlfriend and that hotel was boring and once with the lads and I can't remember where we stayed!

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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 08:50 - Oct 16 with 869 viewsWokingR

Mate, if you plan this properly, the trip could pay for itself !

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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 09:01 - Oct 16 with 854 viewsBuckR

Get on AirBnb or booking.com - Accomodation in Dam is notoriously expensive. Im out there in Feb and have a hotel just outside of town and its only 5 mins on the train. Still cost a fair few quid though!

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g188590-d2418096-Reviews-Conservatori
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 10:08 - Oct 16 with 804 viewsPBLOCK

Inntel Hotels Zaandam is very good

10 min on the train to Dam Square)

4 star with pool etc also looks like something out of Charlie and the chocolate factory mad building. Decent prices as well
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 13:40 - Oct 16 with 690 viewscpgerber

I live in Amsterdam. Depends very much on your budget. City center is relatively small, so no matter where you are, you won't have to travel/walk long to get anywhere. Specific areas you want to avoid or be at? You want to be in the thick of things, or prefer a bit more quiet area? How posh you want to go?

Where I can be of much bigger help, is places to eat at!
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 17:37 - Oct 16 with 601 viewsBuckR

Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 13:40 - Oct 16 by cpgerber

I live in Amsterdam. Depends very much on your budget. City center is relatively small, so no matter where you are, you won't have to travel/walk long to get anywhere. Specific areas you want to avoid or be at? You want to be in the thick of things, or prefer a bit more quiet area? How posh you want to go?

Where I can be of much bigger help, is places to eat at!


There in Feb also - a good list of recommendations would be great!
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 23:18 - Oct 16 with 495 viewswombat

Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 17:37 - Oct 16 by BuckR

There in Feb also - a good list of recommendations would be great!


Stayed there a few years ago , found an all inclusive hotel about ten mins from dam square , will try and remember the name and post it up tomorrow , free bar was decent and they put hot snacks on early evening in the bar for some reason

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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 13:24 - Oct 17 with 412 viewswrinklyhoop

Stayed at this place during a 3/4 day break last year, as part of a Eurostar package

https://www.dieportvancleve.com/en/

Very good hotel all round, pretty central and not too pricey.
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 22:06 - Oct 17 with 313 viewsrrrspricey

Strayed at the art'hotel with Mrs P, lovely place and well handy for the station (couple of minutes walk) and the city centre (5-10 minutes)
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 08:48 - Oct 18 with 237 viewsStevenageRanger

Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 22:06 - Oct 17 by rrrspricey

Strayed at the art'hotel with Mrs P, lovely place and well handy for the station (couple of minutes walk) and the city centre (5-10 minutes)


I was there last year in a big group for my Mrs 40th.

As there were 24 of us with varying budgets we looked outside a little bit to keeop cost down otherwise some would not have been able to afford the trip at City Centre prices.

Stayed at this place

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g188590-d13361939-Reviews-Moxy_Amster

Highly recommend the hotel. Yes it was about 15 mins out from the centre but we pretty much went out all day, headed back there in the evening to freshen up, met in bar and hit the nightlife.

Was really reasonably priced as well.

PS The weekend train ticket from the airport was great value
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Amsterdam hotel recommendations on 12:37 - Oct 18 with 190 viewsmerseyhoop

As usual thanks for all the recommendations, appreciate it. Have a good weekend.
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