Bed and breakfasts are often the best accommodation when you visit a new city. They’re usually intimate, loaded with charm, authentic, and comfortable. In a city like Amsterdam where there’s a lot of things to see and do, staying in a B&B is a sensible option since you possible won’t spend a lot of your time in your room. If you like bed and breakfasts as much as we do and you’re planning to visit Amsterdam sometime soon, keep reading to find out the best bed and breakfasts in this city.
Located near the Central Station, De Baronie B&B offers beautiful guest rooms that make you want to stay for as long as you can. The building is a canal house from the 17th century, which overlooks one of the most beautiful canals in Amsterdam. De Baroine is close to numerous attractions in Amsterdam, such as Nieuwmarkt, Rembrandtplein, Waterlooplein, and Dam Square. It is also surrounded by numerous galleries, shops, cafés, and restaurants. This romantic B&B is ideal for travelers who want to have a lot of privacy on a limited budget. With a combination of comfort, luxury, and class in a relaxed environment, this bed and breakfast provide double beds, refrigerators, and TVs in their guest rooms.
Just like De Baronie B&B, Rembrandtplein is also inside a typical Dutch 17th-century canal-house. It is located among the most picturesque canals in Amsterdam. If you love Rembrandt, one of the most famous artists from Holland, you will love staying here as it is situated in the same area where Rembrandt once lived. The canal in front of this bed and breakfast is the very canal where the famous artist used to sit on summer afternoons and paint some of his masterpieces. Inside this bed and breakfast, guests are given access to numerous mod-cons. There is plenty of space for relaxation, dining, and sleep. The place is surrounded by a line of restaurants, bars, and clubs. Additionally, it is also situated close to famous landmarks, such as the Rembrandtplein plaza, Pathé Tuschinski cinema, as well as the Skinny Bridge.
Crown Bed and Breakfast
Set inside an 18th-century sugar warehouse that once belonged to the Dutch Royal Family, Crown Bed and Breakfast is steeped in history. The building is known as one of the most beautiful classical buildings in Amsterdam. The rooms have been converted into stylish, modern, and comfortable guest rooms. These rooms are spacious and characterized by comfort and simplicity. Guests can enjoy all the essentials, such as the bathtub and a flat-screen TV. In addition, this bed and breakfast are located in an excellent location with charming views across the Singel canal. It is ideal for couples who desire a romantic destination or travelers who want to enjoy peace and quiet.
Situated in the peaceful de Pijp neighborhood, NINE(T)TEEN B&B is a charming B&B that features 19 rooms that are spread over 4 authentic Amsterdam mansions. This bed and breakfast offer a room for everyone, from a standard room with a simple shower to large suites. Every room type is equipped with a private bathroom and toilet. Guests are also provided with television, hairdryer, kettle, and free Wi-Fi in all rooms. For the luxury rooms and suites, guests can enjoy a Nespresso coffee machine and a small refrigerator. Reception is located just across the street, in a cozy café known as Bij Paul. Breakfast is also served in this café and the receptionist will gladly answer questions and give tips about traveling in Amsterdam. The reception also offers tickets and bike rentals.
Vondelpark House and B&B
Vondelpark House and B&B is a family-run B&B that is close to the most popular park in Amsterdam, Vondelpark. The B&B is situated on the second floor of a one-hundred-year-old Amsterdam townhouse in a quiet residential street, Zocherstraat, while the third and fourth floors are occupied by the owners and their families. Guests are provided with comfy beds, coffee stations inside the rooms, en-suite bathrooms, and access to the kitchen. Although the host lives just upstairs, guests can expect a high level of privacy during their stay. The owners have lived in Amsterdam for many generations and guests are welcome to ask anything about the city.