$192 per night
Expected price for:Mar 12 - Mar 13
The prices and availability we receive from booking sites change constantly. This means you may not always find the exact same offer you saw on trivago when you land on the booking site.
All Amsterdam visitors want to experience the city’s historic centre and Dam Square. Indeed, many choose to save on travel time and stay in this area anyway. Dam Square’s imposing hotels include the NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, although there are hotels and other accommodation options to suit all tastes and budgets in these historic areas around Dam Square. This is the perfect base for sightseeing and for experiencing Amsterdam’s extremely varied nightlife attractions. As an Amsterdam base, Dam Square wins every time.
The De Wallen area may not ring a bell immediately because you’ll probably know it better as Amsterdam’s famous Red Light District. In reality this is just one element of the nightlife’s atmosphere which encompasses cafes, bars, and clubs of all descriptions. It is an essential part of the Amsterdam experience. Within a couple of kilometres of Dam Square, Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein are among the prime night-time hotspots. Daytime highlights must include watching the talented street artists, and visits to the Royal Palace. The Anne Frank and other museums hold fascination, but you might class the Red Light Secrets Museum as being somewhat controversial. If museums don’t float your boat, try one of the canal cruises that leave from the Centraal Station area. You can easily access all these attractions, and more, from hotels that are in, or near, Dam Square.
The climate in Amsterdam is described as being oceanic and is relatively mild throughout the year. That said; winter can be cold and summer blisteringly hot. Miraculously, this is the perfect climatic cocktail for tulips! The April Keukenhof Tulip Festival is held each year in the town of Lisse and the train journey from Centraal Station, close to Dam square, takes about one hour, so it is easily commutable within the day. The whole experience, including the journey, is memorable as you witness an estimated seven million tulips in field after field of beauty that only nature can create. All this, of course, is limited to spring season visits but, almost until November, canal cruising around Amsterdam is another outdoor pursuit that can’t be beaten. Festive Season fans are in seventh heaven during the Christmas and New Year period, and then spring is in the air again with millions and millions of new tulips.
Dam Square in Amsterdam is the city’s happening district where accommodation choices are designed to please all tastes and budgets. Hostels are hugely popular with backpackers and travellers with near empty wallets, being drawn to St Christopher’s at the Winston. Despite its rather grand title, there are money-saving tariffs at Hotel Continental, whilst, at the other end of the scale, it is difficult to resist the pool and spa facilities at Hotel W. There is a blossoming choice of hotels and other accommodation possibilities for everyone around Dam Square; but, in order to avoid wilting as the tulips ultimately do, just pay a quick visit to trivago and find just what you want; here in the heart of old Amsterdam.