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S LE E PI N G

Fusion Suites (p220)
A royal domain blessed with art and nature.
Between Art & Kitsch B&B (p222)
Comic relief with a bed attached.
Hotel Luxer (p214)
A slick slumber amid the neon lights.
Hotel Résidence Le Coin (p212)
Designer pods in a killer location.
Hotel Zandbergen (p221)
Peaceful and professional, but personal.
Maes B&B (p216)
Hidden oasis in the not-so-wild West.
Windketel (p224)
Your top romantic hideaway – and octagonal.
Hotel Brouwer (p213)
Few frills but great canal views.

S LE E PI N G
In its typically charming way, Amsterdam has loads of hotels in wild and wonderful spaces:
inspired architects breathed new life into old buildings, from converted schools and industrial
lofts to entire rows of canal houses joined at the hip. Some of these lodgings overlook gorgeous
canals or courtyards, some are filled with art that’s historic or modern, and still others are
triumphs of clever design.
But charm doesn’t come cheap. There are 37,750-plus hotel rooms in Amsterdam, and at peak
times it can seem that all of them are full. If you’re looking to ‘do’ Amsterdam on the cheap, you
might find yourself in a tiny, threadbare room and pay more for it than you thought possible.
Leave the budget options to the college kids, take a deep breath, swipe that card and sally forth.
Or look on the internet for substantial discounts, even at the top hotels.
If you’re driving, inquire about parking in advance. In almost all cases parking is a major
problem and the most you’ll get is a (payable) parking permit out on the street – with all the
attendant headaches and security risks – or a referral to the nearest parking garage (up to €40 a
day), which may be a fair distance away. Top-end hotels have their own parking arrangements
but prefer advance notice. See Parking (p241) for other important info.
Sleeping options specifically for gays and lesbians can be found on p207.

ACCOMMODATION STYLES

Bed & Breakfasts

LONGER-TERM RENTALS

By law, an inn with four rooms or fewer
cannot be called a hotel, but a handful of interesting B&Bs has sprun...
SLEEPING
Fusion Suites ( p220 )
A royal domain blessed with art and nature.
Between Art & Kitsch B&B ( p222 )
Comic relief with a bed attached.
Hotel Luxer ( p214 )
A slick slumber amid the neon lights.
Hotel Résidence Le Coin ( p212 )
Designer pods in a killer location.
Hotel Zandbergen (p221)
Peaceful and professional, but personal.
Maes B&B ( p216 )
Hidden oasis in the not-so-wild West.
Windketel ( p224 )
Your top romantic hideaway – and octagonal.
Hotel Brouwer ( p213 )
Few frills but great canal views.
© Lonely Planet Publications
Want more Sleeping recommendations than we could ever pack into this little
ol’ book? Craving more detail – including extended reviews and photographs?
Want to read reviews by other travellers and be able to post your own? Just make
your way over to lonelyplanet.com/hotels and check out our thorough list of
independent reviews, then reserve your room simply and securely.
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