Hotel Door

This three star property is just a very short distance from the city centre, providing the perfect balance between relaxation and convenience. Reaching the central Dam Square area takes just a few minutes, and transport links to other areas of the city are excellent and run throughout the day.

The hotel facilities include dry cleaning, a free daily newspaper, laundry, medical services, shoe shine and a theatre reservation desk.

Rooms are well appointed and include cable TV, an alarm clock, daily housekeeping, en-suite bathrooms, high-speed internet access and a work desk with lamp. If you do have work that needs to be completed during your stay, you’re welcome to use the on-site business centre. Facilities here include fax, photocopying and PCs.

The staff here are very experienced and knowledgeable, and nothing is too much hassle. Whether you need advice on local attractions or just a hand with directions, they’ll be more than happy to help.

A popular choice for those looking for a good night’s sleep and a handy location, a few days in this hotel is a brilliant way to relax in Amsterdam.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

NEMO is a science and technology museum that is targeted towards under 16s. The exhibitions are interactive and fun. 

For romance

For a romantic evening, book a canal dinner cruise. You’ll get to enjoy a pleasant sail along the water while enjoying some good food and wine. Book in advance for the best prices.

For culture 

The Tropical Museum provides a fascinating insight into tropical regions all around the world. It’s a must-see for fans of travelling and exploring new places.

For shopping 

Wini Vintage is a well-stocked vintage shop that sells everything from dresses to rolls of fabrics for budding designers. All items are freshly pressed and cleaned, something which is often neglected in other similar stores.

For eating out

District V offers trendy surroundings and an outdoor terrace which is the ideal location for enjoying a meal on a summer’s evening. The food is typical French bistro fare, and the menu changes fortnightly. It’s a hotspot amongst locals. 

For nightlife

Chet’s Jazz Café attracts a sophisticated crowd, who flock here to enjoy the impressive selection of fine wines and the soothing tones of jazz. Live acts often make an appearance at weekends, and it’s a good spot for meeting friends for conversation and drinks.


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