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Nadia Hotel
Raadhuisstraat 51 (620 15 50). map
Family hotel with a friendly atmosphere, in a central location between the Queen's Palace and Wester Church and within a stone's throw of Dam Square and Anne Frank house. The historic canalside building has recently been renovated and offers all the modern facilities, with 38 rooms all with private bathing facilities, cable TV and telephone. Some rooms have a canal view or balcony. Large 'family' rooms available.
Rates double €80-€135.
reviews  [23 reviews, avg 9/10]
Van Onna
Bloemgracht 102 (626 58 01). map
Comfortable lodgings in three adjacent 17th-century canal houses on beautiful and quiet Bloemgracht canal. Hotel Van Onna offers 41 clean and modern rooms, each with private facilities, and some with nice canal views. No elevator or restaurant.
Rates double €65-120.
reviews  [22 reviews, avg 8/10]
Roemer Visscherstraat 33 (618 19 54). map
A tranquil little spot close to Vondelpark and the major museums. Large, lived-in rooms full of character with Dutch sturdy wooden furniture and dark wood paneling. Most have en-suite facilities. Parkzicht has a few doubles overlooking the Vondelpark.
Rates double €85-€95.
reviews  [9 reviews, avg 6/10]
Prinsengracht 810 (623 17 72). map
Prinsenhof is a simple and comfortable hotel in a modernized canal house located between the river Amstel and the Utrechtsestraat. Some of the rooms have a good view of the Prinsengracht canal; not all rooms have a private bathroom. No elevator, but there's an electric hoist to get your luggage up the stairs.
Rates double €70-€90.
reviews  [7 reviews, avg 9/10]
Strawinskylaan 241 (043 321 11 11). map
This low cost designer hotel is close to the RAI convention center and the financial district, so a bit of a trek out of city center. Qbic is a 'Pod' hotel, built with modular cube shaped living quarters. These so-called Cubis come well equipped though, with Hδstens bedding, Philippe Starck designed bathrooms and free Wifi. To keep costs low you get self-service check-in, and a Grab & Go corner with vending machines dispensing fresh food and drinks. Excellent value for money.
Rates double €70-170.
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Leidsekade 89 (626 21 87). map
Petite, friendly hotel near the Leidseplein, close to all the action but in a relatively quiet canalside location. Rumour has it that Paradiso uses the Quentin to lodge visiting bands, so you might accidentally bump into a famous face or two!
Rates double €60-€150.
reviews [9 reviews, avg 7/10]
Winston Hotel
Warmoesstraat 123-129 (623 13 80). map
This 66-room hotel is on one of the main streets in the Red Light district, so right in city center and a bit noisy at night. Winston has commissioned artists to decorate the interior of the hotel and some of the rooms, so if you prefer something special book an 'art room'. Next door is the popular Winston Kingdom bar, which hosts live music and DJ's.
Rates double €45-€90.

reviews  [41 reviews, avg 6/10]
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