Cheap hotels near Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Netherlands
For two years, Anne Frank’s family hid in the rooms at 263 Prinsengracht, a canal-side house located in the Grachtengordel West neighborhood. Here, the young Anne (1929-1945) penned her world-famous diary before her family was eventually betrayed and moved to concentration camps.
Today, the home encompasses two buildings and serves as a museum. You can visit many of the spaces in which the Franks lived, take in special exhibits, and see Anne’s original diary, published in 1947. With more than 900,000 visitors each year, we recommend visiting the house in the morning or just before closing. For more information, visit the Anne Frank House Web site.
Hotels near the Anne Frank House: Hotels in Grachtengordel West run the gamut of B&Bs to reasonably-priced three-star properties. Expect canal-side views and gorgeous, 17th-century homes.