Amsterdam 3-Star Hotels
Amsterdam three-star hotels
WestCord City Centre Hotel
This is a convenient place to stay if you're in Amsterdam for just one night or
need to leave town early in the morning. It's very close to the Centraal
Station, where frequent trains serve
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. The hotel has 106 rooms, all with rain showers
and free Wi-Fi.
This three-star deluxe hotel was once a warehouse of the East India Company. It
has 50 rooms, each with a work desk and free Wi-Fi. Amsterdam's Central Station
is only three or four minutes away on foot.
The Cornelisz is on a shopping street near major museums and other tourist
attractions. (The Leidesplein is 5 minutes away on foot.) The hotel offers free
Wi-Fi in all 51 rooms.
Hotel de Looier
It's only a five-minute walk to the Leidseplein from this building in the
Jordaan district, which was built as a diamond factory in 1886. If you can't decide between the area's many bars and
nightclubs, try the hotel's own café-bar.
Looking for a comfortable hotel in the heart of town? The Multatuli fits the
bill with 29 singles, doubles, triples, and quads in a traditional brick
building just two blocks from the Damrak and three blocks from Centraal Station.
Hotel Piet Hein
Rooms are furnished in a modern style (some with a nautical theme) at the Piet
Hein, which faces the Vondelpark in the Museum Quarter. The hotel has a garden
with terrace where breakfast is served in warm weather. Wi-Fi is free, and an
Internet terminal is in the lobby.
The Rho occupies the former quarters of a gold-trading company, and the Art Deco
lobby once belonged to a theatre. It's near the Dam square in central Amsterdam.
Parking is available, and you can rent bicycles for sightseeing.
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