Serviced Apartments Amsterdam

Top Serviced Apartments in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of Europe’s most enigmatic cities and welcomes millions of visitors from all over the world every year. As such, the city features a diverse selection of accommodation - ranging from modern luxury hotels to quaint historic guesthouses. However, further to these, the city also has an abundance of high-end private accommodation, which offers a much more comfortable and homely environment - perfect for anyone making an extended trip to the Dutch capital. Thesqua.re’s range of serviced apartments in Amsterdam showcases the best the city has to offer, each having been selected for their high standard of furnishing, the desirability of their location and their range of modern conveniences.

Below is a selection of some of the most sought after properties:

These apartments offer a private environment with home entertainment and a range of mod-cons. The inclusion of full kitchen facilities means they are perfect for anyone looking to self-cater their trip. They also have the added convenience of enhanced services, such as room cleaning, concierge and reception.

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Amsterdam zuid
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TWENTY EIGHT
from $165/night
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Westerpark
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Amsterdam sloterdijk
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ID Aparthotel
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Amstelveen
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New Amsterdam
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Where to Stay in Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s neighbourhoods are surprisingly diverse. Many people are familiar with the historic, canal-crossed streets of De Wallen and Grachtengordel and these indeed offer the classic tourist experience of the city. However, neighbourhoods such as Jordaan, with its rich artistic heritage and beautiful townhouses, and De Pijp, the city’s exciting Latin Quarter, offer a slightly more nuanced experience, whilst still being within easy reach of the major sights.  These are the historic, picturesque parts of the city, but there are also several up-and-coming neighbourhoods that offer a vibrant and modern atmosphere. These include Oostelijke Eilanden, Westerpark, and the urban renewal projects of Amsterdam Noord. 

Of course, Amsterdam is also an important financial hub for western Europe and a major innovator when it comes to technological research. As such, many visitors head to the Dutch capital to conduct business. These travellers will find they are best suited to the Zuidas, which is also referred to as the financial mile, as it contains many of the city’s financial and commercial institutions. 

Facts about Amsterdam

Amsterdam was once one of the world’s major trading and commerce hubs, particularly during the Dutch Golden Age of the 17th century. Today, the Dutch capital maintains its position as one of Europe’s leading economies thanks to its booming financial services sector and world-leading research into emerging technologies. From its humble beginnings as a small fishing village, Amsterdam has a rich and varied history that has led to it being one of the world’s most fascinating cities. 

  • Amsterdam has 165 different canals, with a combined length of over 60 miles. 
  • Amsterdam has three times as many bridges as Venice
  • The narrowest house in the city is just 2.02 metres wide
  • There are more bicycles than people in Amsterdam
  • Amsterdam has more museums per square metre than any other city in the world

In terms of commerce, Amsterdam is considered one of the top five European cities for international business, with Unilever and Shell having their headquarters in the city. Amsterdam as a GDP of around $350bn delivered via diverse industries including technology, shipping, agriculture, horticulture, service industries, banking and media.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is just 5 miles from the city and sees over 70 million travellers pass through it each year. 

Things to Do in Amsterdam

Paris is a city that can be visited numerous times with no two experiences ever being the same. Its picturesque streets are full of curiosities, landmarks and attractions that make it a city begging to be explored. With so much to see and do, many first time visitors may find themselves overwhelmed with choice. Below are some frequently asked questions:

Q. What are the most popular things to do in Amsterdam?

Amsterdam is a city for people watching. Many visitors find that they are more than happy to spend their time relaxing in one of the ubiquitous cafes or stunning parks and watch the world go by. The city is also famous for its nightlife, with plenty of bars and restaurants as well as the lively nightclubs in De Wallen.

Q. Is Amsterdam a good destination for families?

Whilst Amsterdam is famous for its nightlife, it is also the perfect destination for families thanks to its plethora of museums, interactive galleries and historic landmarks. There’s also an abundance of parks and public spaces, making Amsterdam a fantastic city to visit with kids.

Q. What are the most romantic things to do in Amsterdam?

Amsterdam’s unique atmosphere and picture-postcard streets make it one of the world’s most romantic cities. Couples can enjoy dining out at one of the numerous fine dining restaurants, enjoy strolling round perfectly landscaped garden parks, or enjoy an afternoon river cruise on one of the city’s famous canals.

Q. Are there many free activities in Amsterdam?

Another fantastic thing about Amsterdam is that there are numerous things to see and do that are completely free. Several free walking tours are held around the central areas in De Wallen, which are a great way to see the sights. Similarly, taking one of the free public transport ferries offers excellent views of the city. Alternatively, there are numerous parks in the city which offer the perfect way to enjoy an afternoon in the summertime.

Q. What is the best way to spend a day in Amsterdam?

Amsterdam is a relatively small capital, which means most of the popular locations are within walking distance of each other. This means that it is perfectly feasible to see several museums, take a stroll in one of the parks and enjoy lunch in one of the many brasseries all in a single day. 

Places to Visit in Amsterdam

Due to its small size, it is possible to explore many of Amsterdam’s incredible landmarks and attractions in a single visit. The Dutch capital is also a location that many prefer to simply walk around and imbibe the atmosphere - admiring the unique architecture and picturesque canals. However, some sights simply must be seen. Below is a selection of the most popular - all of which are easily reachable from the city centre:

  • The Van Gogh Museum - the city’s most famous resident is celebrated in an innovative and visually stunning museum.
  • Anne Frank’s House - an important landmark that details the persecution of the city’s Jewish residents during World War 2. 
  • The Rijksmuseum - The Dutch national museum housing numerous works of art and historical artefacts. 
  • Vondelpark - A beautiful urban park with numerous restaurants and cafes.
  • De Negen Straatjes  - the nine streets is Amsterdam’s premier destination for quirky shopping and some of the city’s best artisan coffee houses.
  • EYE Film Institute - a striking modern attraction that offers several cinema screens as well as a museum of film, offering numerous interactive exhibits. 
  • Westergasfabriek - a fashionable public space on the site of the former gasworks. The buildings have now been repurposed into restaurants, art galleries and adventure playgrounds. 
  • Leidseplein - One of the best places for nightlife in the city, with a buzzing atmosphere and plenty of great cafes and bars. 
  • Jordaan - the artistic heart of the city, famous for its bohemian atmosphere and beautiful townhouses. 

Places to Eat in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a fantastic location for dining out, boasting 16 Michelin starred restaurants as well as numerous casual eateries and street food vendors. Its eclectic mix of venues, which are to be found in every neighbourhood of the city, has established the Dutch capital as one of Europe’s leading destinations for gastronomy. Restaurant De Utrechtsedwarstafel, Spectrum, Bord'Eau Restaurant Gastronomique and Brasserie Ambassade are some of the top fine dining establishments in the city centre, as well as Restaurant Moon on the north side of the harbour. Alternatively, Omelegg, the Pantry and PIQNIQ are popular restaurants with a slightly more informal atmosphere. 

Of course, Amsterdam is also famous for its bistros and brasseries, which can be found in most neighbourhoods. Marie Amsterdam, Goldfinch Brasserie, Brasserie De Groot and Brooks are among the most popular, however, some of the best establishments in the city are the tucked away places with that a frequented by locals. 

Street Food Amsterdam

Street food is extremely popular in Amsterdam and there are plenty of high-quality vendors all over the city. Particularly noteworthy is the city’s selection of Asian street food. Vendors including Happyhappyjoyjoy, THO Vietnamese Streetfood and Vijfnulvijf Asian kitchen Cafe are some of the most popular. However, there are also plenty of places serving more European foods, such as Benny’s Chicken, FoodcCrib and Pier-62.

Shopping in Amsterdam

Despite its diminutive size, Amsterdam has a huge array of great places to shop. De Negen Straatjes - or the Nine Streets - is one of the city’s most well-known shopping areas, with a great selection of vintage stores, independent fashion boutiques and quirky souvenir shops. However, there are also plenty of modern shopping facilities and locations, with the museum district being particularly noteworthy for its range of designer stores. The two main shopping streets are the Kalverstraat and the Leidsestraat, which offer a similar range of stores and international brands that are to be found in most other European cities. 

Amsterdam also benefits from several large shopping malls and plazas, including:

  • Magna Plaza
  • Kalverpassage
  • Gelderlandplein
  • Shopping Center Reigersbos
  • De Hallen Amsterdam

Transportation in Amsterdam

Amsterdam has an excellent public transport infrastructure comprised of buses, trams, trains and a metro system. In the city centre, trams and buses are the most popular means of making short journeys and along with the metro, which can be paid for using the OV-Chipkaart contactless payment system. The overground rail is popular for longer journeys and its main stations also act as transport hubs for other services. The major stations include:

  • Amsterdam Centraal Station
  • Amsterdam Zuid
  • Amsterdam Science Park 
  • Amsterdam Amstel 
  • Amsterdam Muiderpoort 

Of course, Amsterdam is also famous for its bicycles and has an excellent network of cycleways. There are so many in fact, that cycling on main roads and junctions in the city centre is a much more comfortable affair than in larger cities, as there is always a busy lane of cyclists alongside motorised traffic. 

Weather in Amsterdam

Like most European destinations, Amsterdam experiences distinct seasons of summer, autumn, winter and spring. One of the most popular times to visit Amsterdam is during tulip season, which runs from around mid-March to early May. However, there is a likelihood of rain in March and April so this must be considered when planning any itineraries. September and October are also popular months, with temperatures usually hovering between 12 and 15 degrees. The city is also particularly picturesque during the Autumn months due to its abundance of trees and parks. 

FAQs - Things to Know before booking Serviced Apartments Amsterdam


Q1. How many serviced apartments are available for booking in Amsterdam?

A1. There are over 131 serviced apartments in Amsterdam with more being added every day. In total, TheSqua.re has over 100,000 apartments across the globe that are waiting to be booked. Book now

Q2. What are the most popular luxury serviced apartments in Amsterdam?

A2. The best 5 and 4 star serviced apartments in Amsterdam are TWENTY EIGHT, ID Aparthotel, New Amsterdam, City Park Apartment Suites, City Centre Apartment III.

Q3. What is the price range of serviced apartments available in Amsterdam?

A3. Prices start from $98 per night and increase from there. Bear in mind that the type of apartment and number of guest will affect the overall price. Book now

Q4. What offers are currently available for booking serviced apartments in Amsterdam on TheSqua.re?

A4. To see a selection of Amsterdam offers, please visit our offers and coupon page.

Q5. How do I search for the best serviced apartments in Amsterdam on TheSqua.re?

A5. Choose a part of Amsterdam you want to visit and search for the perfect stay for you using our easy search tool. Begin your search here.

Q6. Do Amsterdam serviced apartments provide breakfast, gym & other extra services?

A6. Some of the apartment buildings in Amsterdam will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full TheSqua.re experience.

Q7. Can I have guests in a Amsterdam serviced apartment?

A7. That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Amsterdam .

Q8. Why is staying in a serviced apartment in Amsterdam better than a hotel?

A8. Serviced apartments in Amsterdam have all the features of home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here.

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