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Amsterdam has over 400 registered hotels of varying standards from budget tourist to some of the most expensive hotels in Europe. Advance booking is recommended, especially for weekends and holidays. Most hotels are in the centre of the canal ring, especially south of Central Station, or near Museumplein. A bed in a hostel starts around €15 in weekday winter time and might be up to €30 on a summer weekend. A twin room in a budget hotel, 1-2 stars, might cost around €40 in winter time on weekdays, and up to €100 on summer weekends. In a three and four star hotel, the prices would range from €100 to €200, depending on season, and five stars hotels can cost between €150 and €400 a night. Most of the small hostels/hotels will not have elevators and have the usual steep staircases; so if you suffer from vertigo, do get an assurance that you would be getting a first/second floor room or that the hotel has an elevator.

Hem Hotel
Located in the western part of Amsterdam, the Hem hotel welcomes its guests with warm hospitality. Featuring a wide range of facilities and amenities this property caters to the needs of its guests. Close to various entertainment and attractive avenues, it is the perfect place to spend your vacations. Prices from €12

Travek Hotel
Because of the structure of the monumental building the hotel is housed in, none of the rooms are the same, but all are simple and clean and equipped with washing facilities and television. From $13.95

Hotel Flipper is a cosy and friendly family hotel situated in a quiet, residential street. With the hotels friendly atmosphere, but most of all, because of the outstanding personal service, you will feel at home right away. From $16.99

Kooyk Hotel is a typical 18th century canal house in the centre of Amsterdam, just a few minutes walk from the Leidseplein. This one star hotel caters for families, people on a budget and small groups. Mr and Mrs Moonen have been running this hotel for the last 19 years and enjoy helping their customers organize their bike tours, canal trips and more. $21. 75 onwards


Hotel Bellington has an official 2-star rating. The hotel is situated in the museum quarter of Amsterdam on what is probably the fanciest shopping street of Holland. It is also close to the three main museums - the Rijks museum, the Van Gogh museum, the Modern Art museum. `Starting from $21.75

Stayok Amsterdam
This hostel puts all others to shame. It is extremely clean with well-placed lockers in the dorm rooms. The security is well-developed. Staff is warm. It's right near historic districts and shopping streets in Amsterdam. But the breakfast is what you'll really rave about - Nutella, full range of breads, hot chocolate, coffees, muesli and other cereals!

Americas Best Value Inn
Enjoy the affordable, newly redecorated, full service along the banks of the historic Mohawk River. All rooms are furnished with complimentary hi-speed Internet access, coffeemaker, cable TV, hairdryer, iron, ironing board, complimentary local calls, and alarm clock. Most rooms have a microwave and a mini-fridge, available for a small fee. $30 per person.

Hotel Manofa
Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast in the Italian restaurant 'Marquis', which is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving traditional Italian cuisine and offering a lunch-time special. Guests can access a city canal boat just 15 metres from the hotel and art lovers should visit Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum,


Hem Annex Hotel
Nicely located in a residential area in the west part of Amsterdam and approximately a 15-20 minute tram ride away from the city centre, the 2 star HEM Annex hotel is a very good choice for guests traveling on a budget. All rooms are basic and yet comfortable. Guests will enjoy starting their day with a very good buffet breakfast. From €23

NH Schiphol Airport is the 4-star hotel at Schiphol. The multilingual NH staff will be happy to acquaint you with all the hotel has to offer. You can judge the atmosphere and level of service by the letters NH. NH has elevated concern for "the small things that make the big difference" to a fine art. Guests recognize this refinement of service as typical NH. From €33 per person.

Hotel Filosoof
'The Philosopher Hotel' welcomes all manner of epistemologists and metaphysicists to small but comfortable rooms, each dedicated to a different philosopher, writer or thinker. Some rooms are festooned with lush furniture, while others, like the Zen room, are Spartan and serene. A hotel owned by two sisters, with 38 rooms themed for the gentlest of academic pursuits sounds quaint, but de Filosoof is also a professional, warm and well-run operation near the Vondelpark. Starts from $85

Lloyd Hotel
Like your artiest friend, the Lloyd is always fabulous and occasionally exasperating. More than just a hotel, it's also a cultural centre and local gathering place, so you never know what's around the next corner. There's no doubt that the Lloyd is a showplace, and the range of room rates means that traveling companions of varying budgets can all sleep under the same roof. Starts from $98


Radisson SAS Hotel
Occupying converted 18th- century merchant houses and shops, the Radisson SAS Hotel, a smoke-free hotel, combines a historical setting with contemporary decor. The lobby is set under a glass atrium, with a winding staircase leading to a mezzanine garden. Gifts are on offer at the onsite shops, and concierge staff can help with sightseeing trips to local attractions like the Van Gogh Museum.

Hotel Okura, tel: +31 20 671 23 44 - Five star Japanese-owned and operated hotel with an excellent range of Japanese food, clothing, and book shops in the basement, and wireless internet in the lobby,  and conference rooms. The only drawback is that it's relatively distant from the central station (15 minutes by tram), but worth considering if work is paying and you don't mind taking cabs.
Grand Hotel
Located in the historic 20th-century Shipping House, the five-storey Grand Hotel Amrath Amsterdam combines contemporary design with original Art Nouveau elements and motifs reflecting Holland's maritime history. Amenities include an indoor pool, a fitness suite with cardio-vascular equipment, sauna and steam room.

The Park Hotelis a contemporary residence occupying a historic seven-storey building overlooking the Singelgracht Canal in central Amsterdam. The hotel offers the services of a porter, and staff at the front desk can offer advice on Amsterdam's sights and attractions.


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