Top 5 Gay Friendly Hotel Amsterdam | Netherlands | Deals
There are many of gay bars in different parts of Amsterdam.The Gay pride in Amsterdam is a citywide gay-festival held annually at the center of Amsterdam during the first weekend of August. Better hurry up to book your gay friendly hotel Amsterdam!
Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are numerous bike paths.
1. Amistad Hotel Amsterdam – Gay Friendly Hotel Amsterdam
This popular 2* hotel is located only steps away from the flower market and Leidseplein. A typical Dutch breakfast with omelets and pancakes is served until 12:00 in the afternoon.
The renovated rooms of Amistad hotel are accessible by stairs, modern decorated with fresh colours and have free internet access. There are coffee and tea facilities and a flat-screen TV.
A typical Dutch breakfast with omelets or pancakes is served in the kitchen breakfast room. Amistad also offers a fax service, prepaid mobile phones and a laundry service. You can ask for extra pillows and blankets.
The hotel is located in the very touristy city center of Amsterdam, but thankfully in a street part that is away from the noise. Still, you can reach all sights on foot within a few minutes. The double beds are rather narrow, maybe 140 cm. The hotel is labeled gay though the crowd is very mixed.
You can’t beat the location of this small hotel. Situated between the Prinsengracht and Keisersgracht canals on the Kerkstraat (Church St.) Minutes from Leidseplein, Flower Market, Anne Frank Haus, West Church.
Amistad Hotel Amsterdam is very gay friendly with two clubs very close on Kerkstraat. The rooms are no smoking, which is great and if smoking is your thing there is a wonderful coffee shop directly across the street
Rooms are very cozy and very well maintained.
The rooms are clean and well-appointed. The bed is firm with clean, fresh, crisp sheets. Bath towels are good quality. The hotel itself is very quiet.
Breakfast includes from French toast, pancakes (crepes) eggs, omelets, fruit, meat cheese and is delicious and gezellig! The delicious breakfast is served at a friendly communal dining table – great for meeting fellow travellers.
How much does a room costs at Amistad Hotel Amsterdam?
Prices start 110$/night for Double Rooms.
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2. Albus Hotel Amsterdam City Centre – Gay Friendly Hotel Amsterdam
Each room in the 4-star Albus Hotel Amsterdam City Centre has a flat-screen TV with a special guest communication portal. The Flower Market and Rembrandt Square are a 3-minute walk away. Valet parking is available for a surcharge.
This hotel offers 75 rooms, all equipped with a Nespresso machine, design furniture and modern wooden floors. The completely renovated bathroom has luxurious soap amenities, a rain shower, a heated and lighted mirror, an automatic lightening system and a bathrobe. The redecorated corridors feature modern art. The hotel makes use of an air conditioning system without CO2 emissions. Free Wi-Fi is available.
The location is great; it’s just a short tram ride (tram 24) from Amsterdam Central Station. The hotel is literally opposite the stop so it’s very handy. The Albus is in a fantastic location and is very well appointed. There are many restaurants near by and you are just a few minutes away from the Red Light District.
The hotel is a 1 minute walk from the flower market as well and close to Spui and Rembrandt Square.
The hotel is stunning, the minute we walked in we are so impressed with the decor and ambience of the hotel, the candles and calm music are a lovely touch, apparently upon arrival you get offered tea coffee etc.
The hotel is super clean and modern , the rooms airy and bright/fresh, beds super comfortable and clean. It was just a brilliant hotel, right in the heart of the city, but still nice and quiet. Coffee and full bar available in the lobby and a great restaurant onsite.
Room was modern and nicely appointed with a comfy bed, complementary Espresso machine and bottled water, free wifi, tv, and a spacious and clean bathroom.
The breakfast is delicious and reasonably priced. Cooked breakfast, cereal, fresh fruit, rolls, ham, cheese, yoghurt, juice, tea.
How much does a room costs at Albus Hotel Amsterdam City Centre ?
Prices start 200$/night for Superior Double Room. Theis 214$/night.
This room features a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and private bathroom facilities.
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3. Lloyd Hotel Amsterdam – Gay Friendly Hotel Amsterdam
Lloyd Hotel offers unique rooms in a transformed historic building, 900 m from Pakhuis de Zwijger. Bimhuis concert hall is a 15-minute walk away. Guests benefit from a terrace, an excellent restaurant and free WiFi.
The 117 hotel rooms are uniquely designed by Dutch artists and range from 1 to 5 stars, primarily based on size. Each of the rooms includes original features and boasts modern Dutch designer furniture and décor.
The hotel itself is very unique and I feel it provides a different experience each visit due to the rooms all being different. It is located in the Eastern Docklands, with a really lovely view and quiet feel. The walk into central Amsterdam was only 20/30mins or a direct tram ride.
The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of the Eastern Docklands Area, which is just two short tram stops away from Amsterdam Central Station. To understand the true essence of the Lloyd Hotel however, one must trace its incredible history back to when its doors first opened in 1921.
With many eastern European emigrants heading to South America during the 1920’s the Lloyd Hotel was often the last stop for weary travelers before they boarded a Royal Dutch Lloyd ship for the long journey across the Atlantic Ocean. The hotel was originally designed to house 900 people at one time and it wasn’t until 1935 that the city of Amsterdam took over ownership of the building. The hotel has since been many things; a refugee camp for Jewish people, a German-occupied detention center during WWII, and a prison for juveniles during the 1960’s and 70’s.
The Lloyd Café & Restaurant is not only architecturally impressive as well, but also another wonderful way to meet and share stories with people that are visiting Amsterdam from all over the world.
The rooms are bright and clean and gorgeously unfussy. Since every room is designed differently you can try 3-4 different rooms until you fined the one you are satisfied with. The only big minus in the rooms are that there are no ventilation in the toilets. The water pressure in the shower is good. Given that the bathroom was one complete space with no divider or tub, the bathroom could get very wet.
Breakfast was delicious and fresh. The breakfast has a great selection of fresh breads, crazy croissants covered with thick layer of chocolate, champagne and bloody marry plus everything most people need. There is also a dominos pizza at the bottom end of the street opposite hotel and a burger place if you want to eat outside the hotel.
How much does a room costs at Lloyd Hotel Amsterdam ?
Prices start 300$/night for Economy Double Room. The Superior Deluxe Double Room is
Featuring the historical character of the monumental building, this 4-star room benefits from a spacious layout.
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4. NH Carlton Amsterdam – Gay Friendly Hotel Amsterdam
NH Carlton features a terrace in Amsterdam city centre overlooking the flower market, only 100 m from the Kalverstraat shopping area. It features modern soundproofed rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Each air-conditioned room at NH Carlton Amsterdam features satellite TV, a work desk and tea and coffee making facilities. The bathrooms include a heated towel rail.
In the lobby there is a bar serving fine wines & bites. For the best burger in town guests can visit TerMarsch & Co, directly accessible from the lobby.
This hotel is in a great location to have the real feeling of Amsterdam. The hotel is in a great location , with the flower market right outside the door and Dam Square a 10 minute stroll away. There are shops , restaurants and pubs right at your door. Its 10 minute walk to red light district and 4 minute walk to Supper Club.
Our recommendation is to book the deluxe room, clean and cozy. The balcony with stunning view of the cannel. Rooms are very spacious with very comfortable big bed, with big tv in the room!
Breakfast is good, stuff are very nice and friendly.
How much does a room costs at NH Carlton Amsterdam ?
Prices start 180$/night for Standard Double. The Standard Double Room with View & Terrace
This Double room has air conditioning and minibar. It has a 46″ Flatscreen TV and in the bathroom one can find a bath/shower combination as well as free bathroom amenities.
It has a balcony and offers city view on the Vijzelstraat. The room is located on the higher floors.
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5. XO Hotels Park West Amsterdam – Gay Friendly Hotel Amsterdam
Only 1 km from Amsterdam Sloterdijk train station, and a 20-minute drive from Schiphol Airport, XO Hotels Park West offers elegantly designed rooms with free WiFi. From here, Amsterdam’s city centre can be reached by taking tram 12, which leaves 10 m from the hotel.
The modern, air-conditioned rooms are decorated in earth tones and feature a seating area, flat-screen TV with more than 100 international channels. A Nespresso machine is provided as well. The bathroom has a walk-in shower, toilet and free toiletries.
The s hotel is just a short walk from Sloterdijk station and is on the right side of Amsterdam
The hotel is a little way from the Dam are but we were well aware of this and happy with being away from the hustle and bustle. Distance from centre or any city attraction is not a problem because of the very efficient tram system.
The rooms are very modern & clean. There is one double with just enough room between each so not to be on top of each other. The beds did seem a little narrow but are very comfortable & have a great night sleep. Rooms have tea and coffee making facilities.
The comfort room is gorgeous. Very spacious, with a king sized bed and heated floors in the bathroom. The hotel itself is stunning, very nicely decorated – modern and stylish. The receptionists were all great and spoke very good English which is very helpful.
Good buffet type breakfast with plenty of choice of hot and cold.
How much does a room costs at XO Hotels Park West ?
Prices start 135$/night for Standard Double Room. The Large Comfort Double is 156$/night.
This room features a seating area with flat-screen TV and a Nespresso coffee machine
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