If you’re heading for Amsterdam for more than a drug fuelled party weekend, you might want to stay somewhere slightly more luxury than a hostel – then again you might be in need of some comfort, depending on what state you’re in.
Take some time to soak up culture, sights and great coffee and don’t worry about where’s best to stay because we’ve got you covered. Time Out has rounded up some of the best mid-range hotels to stay in.
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Amsterdam's best mid-range hotels
It’s impossible to stay at The Hoxton without feeling an overwhelming urge to take every single part of it back home with you.
Right next to the green lungs of Amsterdam - the Vondelpark - the Marriott has just been given an overhaul, so it's goodbye to the dowdy green and brown gentleman's club styling and hello to soothing yellows and modern furnishings.
This medium-sized, 32-roomed building is ideally located for canal and Jordaan strolls and for arrival and departure by train - it's a five-minute walk from the station, and right next door to the beautiful, domed Koepel church.
Another multi-purpose venue, these beautiful buildings were once an orphanage, before changing into a youth hostel. From there, it was only a short step to becoming a trendy hotel, bar and restaurant.
Big, tall and glamorous, this stripy, stone-coloured hotel is brand spanking new and a great base for exploring the Waterfront and Noord on the banks opposite.
A stalwart of the city hotel scene, the Victoria has recently been spruced up; the public areas (including lobby and bar) of this 300-roomed hotel opposite Centraal Station now look very dapper.