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Acacia
Lindengracht 251 (622 14 60). map
Simple, clean and comfortable hotel in the Jordaan area with a nice view of Lijnbaansgracht canal, within walking distance of the city's major attractions. Acacia offers 14 rooms with private facilities, and rents out two houseboats as well, at slightly higher rates.
Rates double 80; houseboat 95-110.
reviews  [16 reviews, avg 7/10]
  
  
  
De Admiraal
Herengracht 563 (626 21 50). map
Modest but friendly hotel in city center close to the bustling Rembrandtplein and the city's nightlife. Smallish but comfortable rooms, some of which overlook Herengracht canal. This is a lively area, so it can get a bit noisy at night. No restaurant or elevator.
Rates double 75-105.
reviews  [6 reviews, avg 8/10]

 
 

 
Amstel Botel
NDSM-Pier 3 (626 42 47).
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Floating 4-deck hotel moored on the north shore of river IJ, so quite a bit of water between you and city center, but there's a free shuttle bus and river ferry service. Though some find it romantic and adventurous, the Botel very much resembles a cross-channel ferry, with the same small cabins and narrow corridors. Nonetheless the rooms are clean and modern, and the riverside rooms have an attractive view.
Rates double 90-120
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reviews  [65 reviews, avg 8/10]
 
 
 
 
citizenM
Prinses Irenestraat 30 (811 70 55). map
A bit of a trek out of city center but close to the RAI convention center and the financial district, citizenM offers designer luxury on a budget. The hotel has 215 rooms with wall-to-wall windows, king-size beds, rain showers, free WiFi, VoiP, and a 'MoodPad' that allows you to control about anything electric in the room including the color of the interior lighting. There's a 24/7 food & beverage outlet serving anything from sandwiches to sashimi and a lounge area to relax in, with a nice selection of designer furniture of course.
Rates double 80-150.
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The Crown
Oudezijds Voorburgwal 21 (626 96 64). map
Petite clean hotel in the middle of the Red Light district with dorm beds and rooms overlooking the canal. Downstairs bar with a relaxed atmosphere and moderate prices for drink and snacks. This is a lively neighborhood and the Crown is right in the thick of it, so do expect some nighttime noise.
Rates double 80-120.
reviews  [18 reviews, avg 8/10]
 
 
 
 
Euphemia
Fokke Simonzstraat 1-9 (tel 622 90 45). map
Pretty large 4 story budget hotel housed in a former monastery, near the Leidseplein and the major museums. Euphemia has a relaxed atmosphere, with comfortable clean rooms at very reasonable prices. TV/video lounge and breakfast room, no elevator.
Rates double 70-120.
reviews  [10 reviews, avg 9/10]
 
 

 
 
Hans Brinker Budget
Kerkstraat 136-138 (622 06 87). map
Extremely popular large budget hotel, awash with backpackers during high season. Hans Brinker proudly present themselves as 'The Worst Hotel in the World, similar to hell but without proper heating'. In any case, no frills but clean and very close to bustling Leidseplein.
Rates double 50.
reviews  [42 reviews, avg 6/10]

 
 
 
Hegra
Herengracht 267 (623 78 77). map
Modest small hotel with a relaxed atmosphere in a four story seventeenth century canal house in city center. Small rooms with original beamed ceilings, some with a nice view of Herengracht canal. Breakfast room, no restaurant and no elevator.
Rates double 75-100.
reviews  [8 reviews, avg 7/10]
 
 
 
 
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