Within walking distance of most places, 10 mins from train station and tram stops just outside, friendly staff who were able to provide directions to attractions. Only downside is outside noise was very loud in the room other than that beds and bathroom very good. Area to store luggage after check out.
Traveller from London, England
Bordered by a warren of narrow streets lined with pubs, cafés, and restaurants, this hotel faces a small square, and is 400 …More
This hotel is wonderful in every way. It is close walking distance to everything you could want! The staff is very helpful and the hotel itself is beautiful and well as very well taken care of. The rooms are huge!
Can't imagine staying anywhere else!
Traveller from Scottsdale, AZ
Located in Amsterdam City Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Waterlooplein Flea Market, Stopera, and The …More
This hotel is right beside the Dam Tor, and trams that stop outside the front door will take you to the Rijks museum and van Gogh museum, or you can walk it in about 30 mins along the canals. The red light district is also only a few minutes walk away. So it's a great place to stay for tourists wanting to see Amsterdam. The hot & cold breakfast buffet was very good and worth the €19 a head if you eat well, but if you just want a coffee and a pastry or waffle there are coffee shops nearby where you can get that for much less. The one evening meal we had in the restaurant was good, and reasonably priced though the decor is fairly modern and could be anywhere. The bar is a pleasant old traditional bar,no TV, no loud music. So a pleasant place to relax after a day's sightseeing. The room and en-suite shower were very clear. The only down side is that our room was not big, it was fine for what we wanted - a space to sleep for 3 nights- but there was not much cupboard space for clothes or anywhere to put large suitcases.
Traveller from Edinburgh
Centrally located in Amsterdam's shopping and business district behind the Dam Square and Royal Palace, next to the Magna …More
3 oldest buildings on canal joined and converted into this hotel makes it the best stay I've had in Amsterdam. The whole character is proposal of Amsterdam and the staff made me great coffee and we're extremely helpful. It's central location meant I was close to the heart beat and the views made me reluctant to ever leave to tour. I booked next year's already.
Traveller from Surfers Paradise Australia
This new boutique hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Dam Square, the Centraal train station, and the Red Light District …More
Pocket Guide: Amsterdam Dam Square - Central Station Hotels
The bustling heart of Amsterdam, this district attracts hordes of visitors teeming from Centraal Station to Dam Square and its beautiful Nieuwe Kerk (14th-century). The oldest part of town, Oude Zijde, is famous for its Red Light District, but the University and the docks bring a different kind of colour and buzz to the narrow streets. Don't miss the Oude Kerk, the Amstelkring Museum or the paintings in the Amsterdam Museum.