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Bed & Breakfast in Amsterdam

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In Holland’s pleasant and gorgeous capital, Amsterdam, there is endless enjoyment to be had. The city is full of famous museums, splendid buildings and canals, and conviviality all around. If you want to add an extra special edge to your stay in Amsterdam, try one of Amsterdam’s many unique B&Bs.

  • Discover the Dutch capital’s many attractions with your own bed and breakfast as your Amsterdam base of operations
  • Find out more about accessibility and parking options around your Amsterdam bed and breakfast.
  • Many Bed & Breakfasts are centrally located in the city.

Experience this world city from your Amsterdam Bed & Breakfast

Amsterdam is one of Europe’s most popular destinations, and not without reason. It has all the amenities of a world city, with innumerable splendid museums, an ancient historic city centre and a vibrant nightlife. It also has a broad range of accommodations to choose from – luxury hotels, simple hostels and everything in-between. But to really feel at home in Amsterdam, you cannot beat a bed & breakfast.

Book the best Bed & Breakfast in Amsterdam

The number of bed & breakfasts in Amsterdam has increased sharply in recent years, meaning that many uniquely special options have become available. From beautiful canalside apartments and houseboats to cosy little rooms, the options are nearly limitless. Furthermore, your host probably has great tips about the city for you. Want to book a B&B in Amsterdam? Have a look at our options and pick your favourite right away.

Discover the Jordaan quarter from your Amsterdam Bed & Breakfast

Your bed & breakfast in Amsterdam is the ideal base of operations from which to explore the city and everything it has to offer. Take a walk through the Jordaan quarter, for instance, a characteristic and old part of the city that lies on the edge of the canal belt. It is also home to the Anne Frank House and Westerkerk. And if you feel like having some shopping fun, try the shopping area known as De Negen Straatjes (Nine Streets).

Also discover De Pijp quarter from you Amsterdam Bed & Breakfast

The Jordaan is not the only lively neighbourhood brimming with conviviality – De Pijp is just as energetically alive. Its best-known spot may well be the Albert Cuyp market, the largest open-air market in Europe. You’ll find food, beverages, clothing, cosmetics and more, and the market vendors’ typically Amsterdam banter and humour, which may be enjoyed free of charge.

Visit Amsterdam’s greatest attractions from your Bed & Breakfast

Amsterdam’s city centre is a great place for shopping – try Kalverstraat and Leidsestraat, or visit Bijenkorf department store and Magna Plaza shopping centre. That’s far from all, though – the centre is also home to the Royal Palace, the Amsterdam Museum, the Beurs van Berlage, and Dam Square. In short, with a B&B in Amsterdam, there’s a host of great attractions to be explored within walking, cycling and tram distance.

Accessibility and parking around your B&B in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is centrally located in Holland, and is very easy to reach from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol– just half an hour by bus or train. If you will be traveling to your B&B by car, however, make sure to pay attention to where you may and may not park – nearly all parking in Amsterdam is paid, and far from cheap. For affordable parking, use the P+R lots in the vicinity of the A10 ring road. Transportation from the P+R terrains to the centre is available.

More about hotels, hostels and bed & breakfasts

In addition to the many bed & breakfasts in Amsterdam, you can also choose from among the many hotels in Amsterdam or a pleasant hostel in Amsterdam. Of course, there are great bed & breakfasts in many other places in Holland. Try B&B Limburg or B&B Zeeland, for instance.