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BEST WESTERN Blue Tower Hotel

BEST WESTERN Blue Tower Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Blue Tower Hotel's distinctive towering glass fascia and sleek contemporary lobby promise modernity that doesn’t quite carry as far as its slightly dated rooms. The bar and restaurant, though, are smartly furnished with an open kitchen providing Chinese-French fusion. The hotel is also let down a little by its position -- located on the western fringes of Amsterdam, it's at least a couple miles into the center. All in all, the Blue Tower Hotel is a modern, mid-price property that delivers on most of the levels you would expect from a chain hotel of this caliber.

Ramada Apollo Hotel

Ramada Apollo Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Billed as Ramada’s largest hotel in Europe and the first Ramada in the Netherlands, the 18-floor, 446-room Ramada Apollo is a modern hotel with an energetic vibe. Rooms are colorful and funky, and offer free Wi-Fi and flat-panel TVs. A sauna and fitness center are on-site, but the highlight is the 17th-floor restaurant and skybar with panoramic views of the city and adjacent Rembrandtpark. Situated next to the A10 ring road the green expanse of the park, and the Admiraal Helfrichstraat train station that is seven stops from the historic heart of the city, the Ramada Apollo is a good choice for those who want a quiet setting. Room rates are lower than comparable hotels in the city center.

BEST WESTERN Blue Square Hotel

BEST WESTERN Blue Square Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Housed in an avant-garde blue building erected in the 1970s, the three-floor Best Western Blue Square Hotel is a mid-level property located a few miles west of Amsterdam's core. The hotel has an ample breakfast buffet (for a fee), dinner restaurant, cocktail bar, and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Guests willing to trade proximity to tourist attractions can save a little on room rates, and the tram is a block away for the 25-minute trip into the city center.

Acostar Hotel Amsterdam

Acostar Hotel Amsterdam Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Located in the Leidseplein area of Amsterdam -- a main tourist area that ultimately leads to Dam Square -- Acostar Hotel is a basic, affordable place that lacks amenities (including an elevator) despite being big on charm. Its stone front facade is aided by the quaint cobblestone street it sits on, and guests can rent bikes to visit the bevy of nearby shops, cafes, and art galleries. The lobby is a great indicator of the size of the rooms, which are smaller than those of a typical American college dorm. Each features a different relaxing color scheme, colorful artwork, and antique- or plastic-looking chairs that are more decorative than functional. Room decor varies by floor, with each espousing a different style and vibe; No two rooms are completely alike. The bathrooms are nice and contemporary with pretty iridescent tiles; some feature shower/tub combos while other have single shower stalls (these aren't closed off, which allows water to travel all over the bathroom). Free Wi-Fi is a nice perk, but overall this 30-room hotel might be best suited for a younger crowd looking for a cute but basic place to crash.

Hotel Brouwer

Hotel Brouwer Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Hotel Brouwer's quirky and unpretentious Old Amsterdam charm makes it easy to overlook its slightly dated and ramshackle elements. Its pretty canal-front setting is tough to beat, and the location is great for exploring the city on foot. Rooms are on the creaky side, and suffer from some noise issues, but are clean and comfortable and offer lovely canal views. Breakfast is simple and sufficient. Guests will be hard pressed to find a bed and breakfast in the area much cheaper, though the nearby Heren B&B has smarter style.

Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy

Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy is an almost ominous presence on the waterfront of the Upmarket Eastern Docklands -- a slightly foreboding building with a quirky interior. The hotel itself has an unusual history -- built in 1921, it was first used as an emigrant hotel and then as a prison before being converted into art studios, and finally refurbished into a hotel in 2004. The 117 rooms have their own classification system; one-star rooms, for example, are bunker-like cells with no bathroom or amenities. Guests who stay in these rooms must share a communal bathroom, which unfortunately has limited facilities. Two-, three-, four- and five-star rooms are significantly bigger, but have older tube TVs and basic furniture. The larger rooms have their own bathrooms, though their layout lacks privacy. Amenities include a trendy bright-red bar, a ceiling-high gift shop, and meeting and exhibition spaces. Outside, visitors can walk to a handful of transportation options, which will be necessary to get to the heart of the city.

Conscious Hotel Vondelpark

Conscious Hotel Vondelpark Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 81-room Conscious Hotel Vondelpark is the sister hotel to the Conscious Hotel Museum Square, and has a similar trendy, quirky feel. The lobby here also features a vibrant green plant wall, but rustic wood floors and a small bar/lounge allow the space to feel a bit more warm and inviting. The guest rooms are a bit smaller than those at Museum Square, but they're bright, fresh, and comfortable with cozy beds adorned in crisp white bedding. Floral wall murals add a vibrant pop of color, and unique eco-conscious touches abound -- tables are made from recycled coffee cup holders, and the bathroom counters are actually constructed from a recycled pressed-paper material. The hotel does lack certain amenities, such as a fitness center, but guests have access to the nearby David Lloyd Overtoom fitness center for a daily fee. A stylish breakfast bar serves an organic breakfast, and afterward visitors can rent one of the electric scooters to traverse the city. It's a good value, despite the location in residential Vondelpark.

Hotel Blyss

Hotel Blyss Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 40-room Hotel Blyss is a decent value pick in residential Vondelpark. The lobby is trendy, featuring a gas fireplace, a bar, damask-style wallpaper, rustic wood floors, and modern furniture, but it sets an expectation for the hotel that the rooms don't live up to. The rooms are quite basic (their only real design element being an accent wallpaper wall), with double beds made up of two single beds pushed together, and small (in some rooms, tiny) flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms appear reasonably cute and modern, but some can have issues, such as shower water flowing across the entire floor, or signs of muck and mold. A nicer part of the hotel is the study area, which features an Apple iMac and sleek black seating. The breakfast room has a retro vibe with a black-and-white checkered floor and red vinyl seating. When the price is right, it's a fine choice for guests who don't mind sacrificing a few frills.

Conscious Hotel Museum Square

Conscious Hotel Museum Square Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The eco-themed Conscious Hotel Museum Square is a quirky, modern establishment within walking distance of the Van Gogh Museum and local tram stations. The lobby features an overflowing live plant wall, which pops against the mostly white area. The eco theme is evident in the tree photo murals decorating the walls in the rooms, but they add a warm touch; without the extra color, the hotel might feel too cold. The rooms are quite large for Amsterdam, and floor-to-ceiling windows allow in lots of natural light for a bright and open feel. Rooms are simple and clean, with soft beds, basic, white bathrooms, and flat-screen TVs -- but no other amenities, not even a mini-fridge or coffeemaker. There's a bright and modern breakfast buffet, which offers a daily organic continental breakfast. There is no on-site fitness center or meeting spaces, which make the hotel a poor option for business travelers -- but overall it's a solid value option for tourists.

Hotel V Frederiksplein

Hotel V Frederiksplein Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-range hotel is located on the outer edge of the popular Canal Ring neighborhood, just north of De Pijp. The 48 rooms are housed in four 19th-century buildings on a busy street; the charming buildings have lots of historic character, while the interior has a more eclectic and contemporary atmosphere. The lobby/lounge area has funky sculptural pieces (see the bronze bulldog and deer vases), books, magazines, and a cool 360-degree open fireplace. The front desk, as well as the business center, both feature two Apple iMac computers, and business travelers might appreciate the private meeting room. The rooms are modern with comfy bedding, flat-screen TVs, and cozy leather arm chairs, but they're quite small and lack sufficient storage space. Each has a calming monochromatic color palette, but the bare floors can make the space feel cold. Clean bathrooms are on the small side, but they have rainfall shower heads and pretty stone tiles. Some finishes throughout the hotel, such as jet-black walls, have scratches and nicks and could do with repainting.

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Locations

  • Amstel
  • Amsterdam Centraal Station
  • Bos en Lommer
  • Canal Ring
  • De Pijp
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Best Western
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