Hotels and Cheap Bed and Breakfast in Amsterdam

Budget friendly Hotels, B&B, Hostels and Motels in and near City Centre

Amsterdam

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No trip to Europe is complete without a visit to Amsterdam. The Dutch capital is host to some of the most historic palaces, monuments and museums on the continent, with world-famous attractions and authentic Dutch delicacies just some of the reasons why this Dutch city has remained one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Netherlands.

Amsterdam has always been popular with the budget-savvy traveller, and with rise of cheap online accommodation, finding a great rate on hotels, b&b's and guest houses in prime location is easier than ever.

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Just because you’re on a budget, doesn't mean you have to miss out. Book online early enough, and you'll find fantastic discounts on rooms and accommodation right in the heart of the capital.

Enjoy cheap rates on rooms just a short stroll from the world-famous Dam Square, or nab a first-class canal side view at a rate that won't derail your holiday plans. With centuries of unspoiled architecture, Amsterdam is one of the most historic cities in Europe.

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It's easy to find a comfortable place to stay

No matter how tight your budget, it's easy to find comfortable accommodation for your trip to Amsterdam that won't break the bank.

Visitors will find tourist information in English, French and Spanish, along with many leading world languages.

Whether you're checking into a cheap b&b, or indulging in the finest 5-star hotels Amsterdam has to offer, you'll always find friendly hotel staff and service, with clerks and concierges trained to communicate with, and cater to guests from every corner of the globe.

When you're travelling on a shoestring budget, every little saving helps. Cut the cost of eating out with half-board hotels and bed and breakfasts, offering you a hearty meal to start the day with, included in your room rate.

Looking to treat yourself? Amsterdam has hundreds of cafes, restaurants and delicatessens to explore, all offering a mouth-watering menu of traditional Dutch favourites, alongside signature dishes from around the world.

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Experience a taste of true luxury with a within the walls of some of the most established apartments and hotels in the city, or plump for designer finishes and all the comforts of home with newly opened 5-star accommodation in locations as central as you like.

If you're looking to live like a genuine Amsterdammer while you're in down, there's plenty of choice when it comes to quirky accommodation and hotel alternatives. Kick back and relax at a b&b with a canal side view, or take water itself with a stay on one of the city's signature narrow boats.

With so much to see, you'll want to stay close to the centre of it all. Amsterdam is a relatively compact, but densely featured city, with miles of meandering streets and canals to explore.

Choose accommodation that's the ideal fit for your travel itinerary, with cheap and cheerful hostels in the city centre for when every penny matters, or first-class hotel rooms with luxury comforts and designer finishes for when there's a bit more budget to play with.

Prefer the quiet life and quainter surroundings? Check in and get ready for maximum relaxation, with dozens of guest houses and bed and breakfasts, tailor-made for family-friendly travel parties.

Choose from a large selection of cheap and luxury hotels in the city centre or in popular areas such as the Red Light District and the artisan quarter known as the Jordaan, Oud West, ... or near different landmarks such as famous Dam Square, Leidseplein, the Old Church or Westerkerk.

If you travel by train staying close to Amsterdam Central Station can be very convenient. The city is also a very popular cruise port, many ships depart or end their cruise in Amsterdam. Football fans can opt yo stay nearby the Arena Football Stadium, home ground of Ajax.

Business travelers coming to the RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre can search for the best place to stay near the congress centre, ....

The City of Amsterdam in The Netherlands

The "Venice of the North". The city got this nickname during the construction of the canals in the early 17 th century. Taking a trip with a typical canal boat is ideal for an introduction of the Amsterdam canals and the beautiful merchant houses. The city has more than 40 museums that belong to the favorite sites. Amsterdam is also the largest shopping city of the Netherlands.

The nightlife takes place mainly around the "Leidseplein" square and the "Rembrandtplein" (Rembrandt Square). You can find there dozens of cinemas and theatres but also different nightclubs and pubs. In short, the city has something to offer for everyone.

Amsterdam is build compact that all cultural attractions, historic sites and places to stay are located a short distance away from each other. It's a vibrant city, and there is much to experience. Trains arrive and depart from the central train station, easy to reach by rail from destinations across The Netherlands.

When being in the city during New Year's Eve, Dam Square and the Leidseplein become the centre of a large street party. On New Year's Eve locals and tourists pack into the streets and squares of central Amsterdam. Popular is also a visit to the Artis Royal Zoo.

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More Information -- www.iamsterdam.com