Amsterdam Leidseplein Hotels
One of the more central squares in Amsterdam, Leidseplein can arguably be considered the heart of the city's nightlife. As well as the many sports bars, cafés and Irish pubs on the square itself, nightclubs, coffeeshops and restaurants are scattered throughout the streets surrounding Leidseplein. In very close proximity is popular nightspot Melkweg, while former church turned music venue Paradiso is just a stone's throw away.
Sunny days can be whiled away in the green environment of Vondelpark, just across the canal, while the nearby Heineken Brewery allows you to visit the home of the beer you will be drinking later that night. For the more cultured side of your city break, Museumplein is a short tram or bike ride away, where the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum can be found.
Amsterdam Leidseplein hotels can be a good choice for those who want the city right on their doorstep. There are many hotels in and around the Leidse square that offer a chance to stay close to where the action is.
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A stylish and opulent 4 star hotel in classic Art Deco style, and a former haunt of Mata Hari's. Sunday Jazz Brunch in the international restaurant, upmarket interiors and executive business facilities combined to win this hotel the Dutch Hotel Award 2008.
Small but perfectly formed, this friendly little 2 star hotel offers relaxed comfort between Leidseplein and Melkweg club and music venue. Traditional Dutch breakfasts and approachable staff make this a great place to stay to get to know Amsterdam's culture.
This interesting, music themed 2 star hotel is geared towards artists and aficionados spending time at the nearby Melkweg and Paradiso venues. Furniture made from flight cases and musical instruments, iPod docks in the rooms and a 24 hour residents' bar help rock musicians to feel at home.
A clean and basic 2 star hotel housed in two of Amsterdam's characteristic 18th Century buildings, just around the corner from the popular Melkweg club and venue. Rooms sleep up to five people making this a good choice for families or a group of friends who want to share accommodation.
This 4 star hotel offers guests who can afford the higher price tag to stay in a building with a real link to Amsterdam's culinary trading history. Comprehensive services and the hotel’s package offering are aimed at those looking for a full service hotel close to Amsterdam's busy centre.
Not as music-themed as you might think, this 3 star hotel offers comfortable accommodation at mid level prices. It's location on Prinsengracht is close to the Flower Market and the surrounding area has one of Amsterdam's highest concentrations of restaurants and bars.
Amsterdam's first gay hotel, dating from 1948, The Golden Bear offers comfortable accommodation and friendly 1 star service. As well as being a well known spot in the gay scene, The Golden Bear was voted one of the top 1 star hotels in all of the Netherlands.
Owned and operated by the people behind The Rookies coffeeshop, Hotel The Rookies is a good choice for those who want to have some fun in Amsterdam. Services are basic, but the staff are friendly, the location is great and you have one of Amsterdam's more popular coffeeshops right on your doorstep.
This large, American style hotel offers an excellent level of customer service and is in a great location for designer clothes shopping as well as sight seeing. The Marriot excels at catering to business travellers and offers extensive conference facilities as well as on-staff planning managers for events.
Part of the NH hotel chain, the NH Amsterdam Centre offers all the luxury to be expected of a 4-star hotel. The hotel's three bars and restaurants keep guests well nourished, while the fitness centre and massage service help improve the body and mind. The attached Ristorante Sogno has received special praise for its cuisine.
This intimate little 2-star hotel offers great views of the Rijksmuseum as well as a reproduction Dutch masters painting in every room. Ideally placed near the Spiegelkwartier, the Art Gallery Hotel is a good choice for gallery hoppers. The hotel does not feature an elevator, so carrying bags up some steep Amsterdam stairs should be expected.
The atmosphere of Hotel De Paris maintains some of the style of old fashioned hotels within this modern 3-star hotel, located across the street from the Melkweg music venue. The hotel offers rooms with up to four beds, making this a good choice for groups of friends visiting Amsterdam for a gig or a weekend break.