Wheelchair accesible hotels in Amsterdam
The following hotels provide accessibility services for disabled travelers:
Lloyd Hotel is 15 minutes’ walk from the Bimhuis concert hall in the Eastern Docklands area. Lloyd Hotel seems too big to be called a boutique hotel (it has 116 rooms), nevertheless it is perceived as such, because of its unusual and imaginative design.
Ibis Amsterdam Centre
Hotel ibis Amsterdam Centre Stopera is a 10 to 15-minute walking distance from Dam Square, Rembrandt Square and the station. Ibis Centre has 363 rooms, they are all not very big, but well equipped with bathrooms. Many rooms have been recently renovated
Tulip Inn Amsterdam City West
The hotel is located on Amsterdam’s famous Dam Square just 10 minutes’ walking distance from Centraal Station. The Swissoffice Business Centre provides all you need for an office base away from home. Three workstations, a colour printer, copier, scanner, multimedia card reader and photo editing software.
Best Western Eden Hotel
Eden Hotel is just 4 km from Central Station. take trams 1, 2, 5 or 11 to Leidseplein. All rooms are air-conditioned. Windows (which despite the air-conditioning can an be opened) of several rooms look into the courtyard with not so pleasant view, while Amstel River view rooms are great, but a bit more expensive.
Located in one of the highest buildings in town, at the quiet water canal with its own quay for canal boats. The Okura has 315 rooms, most of them offering a unique panoramic view of old Amsterdam. All rooms, beautifully decorated, are air-conditioned, have Wi-Fi Internet access, fixed ADSL connection, a full size writing desk and safety deposit box.
Located in the very center of the old town, between the Keizersgracht and the Prinsengracht. Like almost all Old Dutch houses in the city centre, the Pulitzer hotel has several courtyards and a well maintained inside garden. Its restaurant, as well as café and a bar, complete the Old Dutch interior atmosphere.
Located at the elegant Apollolaan Avenue, about 20 minutes walk from the most important museums and a bit away from the busy centre. It was completely renovated in 1998. Its 271 rooms are air-conditioned; it features the good Italian restaurant “Roberto’s”, the informal lunchroom “Issimo” and the relaxed “Half Moon Lounge”, with interior designed by Ralph Lauren and heated terrace overlooking the wide water canal
In dull urban environment, at the A10 freeway ring, full 25 minutes by tram from the old centre. Even so, Holiday Inn has other qualities.
Staying at the Victoria puts you right in the busy centre of Amsterdam on the Dam square. The Victoria Hotel is the work horse among Amsterdam luxury hotels. It is fully equipped and modernized, and its central location may be useful, especially if you're visiting Amsterdam for just a couple of days.