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Best lodging in Amsterdam that's central less than 200 dollars/night?


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answered by
Tyssen

Stayed at the Hampton by Hilton Amsterdam Centre East for 4 nights prior to our cruise. Modern, comfortable beds, lift for 4 floors and full breakfast with lots of choices. Bicycles for rent also. Tram 2 min walk and quick 2 stops to Central Station Hostel. Very convenient for us seniors with 1 person using a cane. 

Stayed 1 night after the cruise at Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre next door to cruise port. Tram also 2 min walk and 3 quick stops to Central. Very modern but extra $25 for breakfast but Subway and coffee shop down the street..


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answered by
Tracy

We stayed at the Hotel NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky. Great location on canal and it was under $200


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answered by
Claudia from New York City

Hi Bev,

Have you considered staying in a houseboat? We spent one night on a boat on Amstel Canal, moored behind the Nationale Opera & Ballet (Dutch National Opera & Ballet) and next to the historic Blauwbrug (Blue Bridge). Imagine staying in a houseboat, sitting on the deck, and watching the tourist boats cruising by.

Take a look at the listing on Airbnb: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/531668

It was a unique experience for my family, and we loved our stay there. Please note the boat has a manual pump toilet! It's about $200 a night.

Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken in the Museum Quarter is an ideal hotel for that price range too. It's close to Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum and Vondelpark.


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  5. Van Gogh Museum (attraction)
  6. Vondelpark (attraction)
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answered first by
Cathy from Brussels

There are lots of options in your price range, but much depends on when you're travelling.

I suggest that you start your search by using a site like booking.com to search for accommodation in Amsterdam, and then click on the map view function (to the top right of the main window).  That will allow you to click on hotels with a central location to identify what's within your price range - then scan the hotel details to determine what's included (eg. breakfast) and read reviews to get a sense of whether the hotel is likely to meet your requirements.


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