There is an abundance of choice for accommodation in Amsterdam. From old-school classics, to a bevy of boutique hotels in canal houses and a sudden explosion of International arrivals such as the new W.
Check out newish openings such as the De Hallen Hotel based in an old tram depot, now converted into a hip cultural complex.
Positioning itself at the slightly more affordable end of the market are the NH Hotels, of which there are quite a few around the city.
Looking for something more homely? The guys behind Buffet van Odette have just opened a couple of stunning rooms they’re calling “Bed and Buffet“. The idea of rolling out of bed in the morning for breakfast at BvO sounds like a winner.
And don’t forget about Airbnb who have some stunning Central Amsterdam properties on their books (pictured) that will make you feel like a (well-heeled) local. Our dream is to own one one day.
Finally, if you are looking for a comprehensive list of “Best Hotels in Amsterdam”, The Telegraph offer a very good summary and though we clearly haven’t visited them all, it’s hard to argue with their rankings at a first glance.