Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Amsterdam
The best budget hotels in Amsterdam... inspected and approved.
The centrally located Hotel Pax is an affordable one-star hotel with decorative flair.
Very Good 8.1
The Bema Hotel is a charming one-star establishment that boasts a prime location, splashy rooms, a friendly proprietor and cheapo rates.
Very Good 7.7
In a land where the art-themed hotel trend is booming, the St. Chrisopher's at the Winston hostel can consider itself a trendsetter.
Very Good 8.3
Rock out at the centrally located Backstage Hotel, a two-star establishment dedicated to rock-and-roll.
The one-star Abba offers 36 basic rooms in a fantastic location within walking distance of the Vondelpark.
Gay Hotel The Golden Bear, one of Amsterdam's most venerable gay hotels, offers up 18 rooms with a dash of personality in a prime location.
Situated near the famous Albert Cuyp Markt, the Bicycle Hotel is a one-star property offering eco-friendly practices and affordable bike rentals for city exploration.
Very Good 7.9
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