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Right in the heart of the city overlooking the Royal Palace, the National Monument on Dam Square and the Rokin, you will find Hotel TwentySeven.
Set in the heart of Amsterdam, Prinsenhof Suite is a 3-minute walk from Dam Square. Built in 15th century, the property is within 1312 feet of Royal Palace Amsterdam and Beurs van Berlage.
Artist House features rooms named after famous Dutch artists with free Wi-Fi. They are only 591 feet from Nieuwmarkt Metro Station and the Rembrandt House Museum is 1148 feet away.
Located near the famous 9 Straatjes shopping district, Hotel IX Nine Streets Amsterdam is located in Amsterdam. Free WiFi access is available here.
Classy Room 17th C Canalhouse offers accommodations in Amsterdam. It is located within walking distance from the Central Station. The room has a flat-screen TV and a seating area for your convenience....
The Ambassade Hotel is located in 10 original 17th-century canal-side mansions along the Herengracht and Singel which is part of the Canal Belt.
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This 4-star design hotel is located in the historic center of Amsterdam. V Nesplein offers stylish rooms with free WiFi and a restaurant. Central Station is 2789 feet away. Everything. Will always come back
Corner House has budget rooms with private bathrooms in the center of Amsterdam, 215 yards from Dam Square. It includes a cozy bar and is a 10-minute walk from Amsterdam Central Train Station. The hotel staff, the location the room service, it all was good in general, and i recommend it
Just steps from Dam Square and a 10-minute walk from Amsterdam Central Train Station, Best Western Dam Square Inn has rooms with large beds, next to Amsterdam's shopping district. The locations was a good spot for the night we stayed. the bed was nice and comfy.
In the heart of Amsterdam, just 100 ft from Dam Square and a 5-minute walk from the Royal Palace, the Hotel Doria has a 24-hour front desk and a terrace. Each room at the 3-star hotel features a TV. Loved how close it was to all the attractions plus loads of places to eat.
Hotel De Gerstekorrel is located in the heart of Amsterdam, 262 feet from Dam Square. This hotel offers simple yet functional rooms in 2 characteristic Amsterdam buildings. Free WiFi is available. The staff was so nice! Great location.
This hotel is a 2-minute walk from Dam Square and its Royal Palace. Cordial Hotel Dam Square has a 24-hour front desk and free Wi-Fi. Amsterdam Central Station is 10 minutes away by foot. amazing location!! beds very comfortable, all you need for a one or two night stay.
The renovated Mevlana is located in the very heart of Amsterdam, only a 2-minute walk from Dam Square. You can order a large variety of Western dishes in the cafe-restaurant. Property was very clean in a good location second time I’ve stayed there and would go back 100%
I went there several times and each time different. It seemed to be a place that large groups started or ended on. Saw many and varied forms of entertainment along with huge flocks of Pidgeons, similar to in Venice. They also had them perched on their heads hands and arms. Interesting place!
There are tram stations for many directions, shops, restaurants, bars, and hotels. You can enjoy small amusement park attractions inside Dam Square. For my five nights stay, 5 day-ticket was very good to use tram for central station, museums, sightseeing spots. No need to buy OV-card for short stay.
Dam Square is great but if you want a coffee or drink then go one or two streets away. We treated ourselves to a pint and a coffee whilst sitting outside one of the cafes on the square and paid 18 euros for the privilege! The national monument in Dam Square is also a key meeting point for guided tours. Check out the free walks
Probably the heaviest trafficked area and very touristy. Overpriced food and drinks you can eat and drink much cheaper off of side streets. Best bargain is the local grocery store Albert Hein located directly behind the square.
Too crowded to be enjoyable. The New Church, adjacent to the royal palace (that is pictured), has been converted to a museum and hosts some excellent exhibitions. There is also a very nice sidewalk cafe that operates out the New Church that is bit off to the side of the crowds. De Bijenkorf, the Netherlands premier department store faces on Dam Square. Once the new "Rokin" subway stop is open, the crowds may be be able to spread out a bit.
Very crowded square. Be very careful of bike riders, cars, and trains. They seem to have priority over pedestrians. Saw someone hit by a bicyle rider and fell on the pavement. Take umbrella as weather changes several times during the day.
8.2 Very Good 3,730 reviews
WestCord City Centre Hotel is in a very good location. It is very close to Damrack and Dam Square and also to the canals for the hop on/hop off tours. It is easy to get to the museum quarter too. Restaurants and shopping also within walking distance. Hotel staff were friendly and helpful. The room was quite small but the beds were very comfortable with good linens.
6.8 Review score 1,248 reviews
I needed to stay in Amsterdam for one night as I had an early flight out of Schiphol but still wanted to enjoy the city. This hotel was perfect for that. It was a less than 5 minutes away from both Amsterdam Central station and Dam square. The room itself was a bit small compared to the average hotel however I was not expecting the Ritz Carlton so I was ok with it.
7.3 Good 2,797 reviews
Located only a minute walk from Central Station. Only a 5 minute walk from the hotel to Dam Square. Close to everything. We requested to stay in a room overlooking the canal. This was an extra but worth it to wake up and view the dam and central station from our room. The staff were very friendly and helpful. I would stay there again on my next visit.
8.6 Excellent 3,445 reviews
We'd been in Norrdwijkerhout for a conference, and wanted to spend a day in Amsterdam before returning home. This hotel is right in city center, close to Dam Square. The hotel was beautiful, the beds super comfy, and the staff unfailingly helpful. In fact, I wish I'd asked them right off how to get where we were going more efficiently.
7.9 Good 1,746 reviews
Excellent welcome by the receptionist lady , any free drink so I had energy drink and the room style was impressive. Everything available from kettle to refrigerator. This hotel is on a walking distance to Dam Square. I really enjoyed my stay at Nadia Hotel and loved the Amsterdam :)
8.1 Very Good 6,978 reviews
Great location just off Dam Square. Easy access to the tram and sightseeing. The hotel is definitely dated and a bit worn down, it could do for a major renovation. You stay here for the location, not the comfort experience. The free breakfast is decent.
7.4 Good 1,924 reviews
Hotel was great location 10 min walk to Dam Square,room was very small but clean shared bathroom was always clean,staff were friendly and helpful.Breakfast next door was basic but nice fresh crossaints ,ham/cheese toasties/yogurt, fruit.
8.6 Excellent 7,877 reviews
Hotel Location is fabulous, just in front of the DAM square. Our room was upgraded which sounds great. From Central station to the hotel only five min's by walking. Bed is very comfortable and room size is very good.
7.9 Good 1,506 reviews
Price/performance was really good. The hotel was far from the city center but there is a direct tram line 300 meters from the hotel which can take you to Dam Square in 20 mins.
8.5 Very Good 113 reviews
Good location, very helpful staff, big and nice apartment with view ( with washing machine), very close to DAM square , best place for shopping and discovering amesterdam
Visit The Nine Streets 'De Negen Straatjes' for unique boutiques with the odd Abercrombie shop. I love the shoes here, try United Nude-pop up shops scattered around right now. I love De Bijenkorf (The Beehive), the department store by Dam Square for its one step ahead, soon to come homewares trends.
The city really speaks to you! Look at the buildings leaning sideways on each other, the trains running through the city, Dam square... history is staring at your face everywhere you turn.
If you take a detour from the main shopping strip leading to Dam Square, there are a number of smaller shops for the more particular shopper. My favourite was what looked like a small musical instrument shop, but turned out to be huge. There was also a retro computer game shop that was a little expensive but had an amazing array of consoles and games.
Stay off the beaten track and away from places like Dam Square and the Red Light District. There are plenty of small cafes and restaurants close to the canals. Look for where the local people go to eat and take recommendations from your hotel. Always worth checking out the restaurants in the Internet before you go and always try to book
Find Warmoestraat, near 22 (Hotel Old Quarter) and walk straight on towards Baba Coffeeshop, walk straight past and you get the Dam square. It's beautiful!
Red light district, shopping district near Dam square, Dam square its self, the Royal Palace, and of course the coffee shops!