Amsterdam Hotels




At a Glance


  • friendly, enthusiastic staff
  • very comfy public areas
  • near restaurants
  • free use of iPads
  • nice 17th-century details remain


  • low ceilings
  • some rooms are small, though stylish

Fodorite Reviews

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Estheréa Review

Flowery wallpaper, boldly upholstered furniture, antiques, and screaming crystal chandeliers are all put together harmoniously at this gorgeously designed and cozy, family-owned hotel on a picturesque canal. The comfy public areas of the six interconnected houses—a breakfast room, a lounge, and a library—invite guests to linger and relax, with free coffee and tea available all day.

    Hotel Details

  • 92 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 10-11-2012

Fodorite Reviews

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  • Room  

    A GREAT place to stay!

    We were treated very well by the staff and our room was exceptionally quaint. The staff was quick to get us settled after our long flight and went beyond the duty in giving directions and hints for out visit. This hotel is a gem! It's centrally located and close to many sights and the tram. And yes, Casa Di David is a must for dinner! The hotel has a breakfast room - with hot and cold items - which is not cheap but very convenient and very good. We would definitely stay there again.

    by partyhats, 8/13/09
  • Room  

    A Great Little Find

    We weren't able to get a room at the Pulitzer, but thankfully found this great little hotel on Fodor's. Trust me on this: you will love the location! You're within walking distance of all of the major attractions without having to deal with the backpacking college student. I hope you won't spend a lot of time in the room, but for the time spent there a canal view is worth it. My wife and I were in 507; a very nice set-up with a flat screen television and sitting area.
    Make time to walk over to the Casa di David for dinner. Very nice wine selection and outstanding Italian menu.
    Enjoy your time in Amsterdam!

    by DCAIAD, 6/15/07

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