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Amsterdam hotel for 2 Adults, 2 children

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Hello travel friends! I feel like beating my head somewhere so thought best to try here before going that route ;) I've never been to Amsterdam and could use guidance for hotels (husband against apartments).

We have a family of 4 (8 year old twins) and wish to stay in the same room. Or 2 rooms near each other for the same price. I am accustom to comfortable beds and quiet sleeping (light sleeper). Would be fabulous to find a hotel end of May that's
- old world charm & antiques
- 4+ star quality, best of it's class.
- under $300 USD/night including tax, preferably $150-250/night
- canal rings.
We are coming in from Paris on a Tuesday-Friday evening, 3 nights. We will be walking or taking local transportation. Want to see the museums, canals, anything with local flavor.

I've looked at the following hotels but can't seem to make a decision because mostly they are non-refundable for descent nightly rates: I'm open to whatever else that fits our parameters too!
Albans, Grand Hotel, Hotel Amstelzicht, Marriott (last resort since we use them in USA a lot), Nova hotel, Mercure, Grand Hotel.

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