Amsterdam At Home Bed & Breakfast

Korte Keizerstraat 12, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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mid hotel in Amsterdam

by robyn_hansen

I need a hotel for 1 night alone in Amsterdam. The 2nd night 2 girlfriends will join me at the hotel, after than we are renting a house boat. I'm looking for a quaint place within walking distance to central station that is about $50-$80 per night. Anyone have any suggestions?

Re: mid hotel in Amsterdam

by pieter_jan_v

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Re: mid hotel in Amsterdam

by leics

I can personally recommend the Singel Hotel, 5 minutes walk from Centraal and in a very pleasant spot: (review on my Amsterdam pages)

but it may be be outside your budget, depending on when you are visiting.

Re: mid hotel in Amsterdam

by berenices

accommodation in Amsterdam is relatively expensive, and you will be hard pressed to find any decent room for that amount, never mind quaint and close to the station. it will give you a shared room, though, in a hostel. i've stayed several times in hotel rooms there which cost me 120-150 euros but which were basic, not very clean, obviously needing some refurbishing (i wasn't going to shell out more) -- for which i wouldn't even pay half if i were in another city!

Re: mid hotel in Amsterdam

by leics

You wouldn't pay that much for a single room in the Singel, I don't think.

And it certainly meets the quaint (three old houses), location and clean/pleasant criteria.

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

Bring Your Walking Shoes.

by caminoreal

You can buy a tram pass by the week, or you can buy strippenkarts to use for individual tram trips. But you can also spend days and days seeing sights and enjoying Amsterdam without ever setting foot on any kind of motorized transportation.
That's because there is so much within walking distance. If you can comfortably walk a mile or two at a time, you can walk to virtually all of the major museums and tourist attractions in central Amsterdam.
And much of what you may want to see and do may be in a much smaller area than that.
And if you get tired, there's always a cafe, bar or coffeeshop handy where you can stop and rest. There are also numerous little parks and plazas with shaded benches where you can just stop and relax.
Of course, in the coldest months of winter you may want to rely more on trams or other transport, but when the weather is pleasant, walking is definitely the way to go. Besides, that it helps use up some of those calories you'll be ingesting from all of that delicious Dutch pastry and cheese and all that great Dutch and Belgian beer.


by Carmela71

First day, we spent most of our time enjoying Amsterdam, its musseums, walking through most of the streets and canals.

Here is the Museumplein with the Rijksmuseum at the end, the Van Gogh and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam has 42 museums, the most famous ones are the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum, that you can see on the photo.

The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum for art and history in the Netherlands.

A visit to the Van Gogh Museum is a must do activity.

The Stedelijk Museum is one of Europe's most important museums for modern and contemporary art.

Outside the central train station.

by A2002

This is the scene outside the train station, with lotsa tram stops. Hey look, I got a model to pose for my picture strolling with her huge luggages, and me waiting in the cold and taking pictures... brrrrr.... :-p

Rent skates and skate the...

by american_tourister

Rent skates and skate the frozen canals of Amsterdam during the winter. The winter of 85 was really cold and the ice was thick. Neat day out. I stood and gazed at Der Nachtwatch for almost an hour. It is at the Reichsmuseum. There is also Rembrandt's Huise and the van Gogh museum to tour. Any fan of art will love this country.

Visit diamond factories. They...

by barcodex

Visit diamond factories. They are just building like this one on the picture, nothing really special. That diamond stereotype of Amsterdam has a background. There are really several diamond factories there. I can not that all of them are functioning nowadays, but you will be guided through the rooms of th factory, and offered to buy some after that.


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