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What We Love

  • A lovely hotel with contemporary interiors and stunning city views – includes breakfastThe hotel’s top canalside location, less than 10 minutes’ walk from Museumplein
  • Taking a moment in the tranquil courtyard terrace after a heady day in the Dam
  • Splashing out on just about everything in your upscale Oud Zuid ‘hood

What To Know

  • Guestrooms are spacious and have floor-to-ceiling windows with canal views
  • Best of both worlds: central location but also very quiet
  • Free WiFi is fast and reliable
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A central, canalside stay in charming Amsterdam, minutes from Museum Square and the city center

The Lowdown

Parked peacefully by one of Amsterdam’s trademark canals and a stroopwafel’s throw from culture-rich Museumplein, NH Amsterdam Museum Quarter has a prime spot in the Dutch capital and a light, airy and current feel inside. Plenty of floor-to-ceiling windows show off views of the canal, traditional Amsterdam houses and upscale life in the moneyed Oud Zuid neighbourhood.
When you’re not romantically coasting along the canals, the fantastic Van Gogh Museum, iconic I Amsterdam sign, Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and countless other cultural hotspots are all a pleasant stroll away.
The all-day Palette Restaurant & Bar is a trooper when it comes to a simple lunch or dinner, and its leafy courtyard terrace is a pretty spot to take some time out with a glass of wine. The hotel’s well-equipped gym is also on hand should you indulge in some city break excess.
Not only did the crowd-pleasing NH Amsterdam Museum Quarter scoop a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, it also reached the GreenLeaders Gold level for its eco-conscious practices.

How to Get There

NH Amsterdam Museum Quarter
Hobbemakade 50
Amsterdam, Netherlands


Good accessibility.

Nice hotel. Starting to show wear and tear but as you don’t spend much time in the rooms it was good! Being in a wheelchair, I did find the room well adapted. One thing that needs a re-think, the bath screen is 3 large wobbly panels that are difficult to position and then tends to swing loose again!

Staff were very helpful and friendly.

No parking but there is a public carpark next door and if you ask at reception, you get 25% off.

We didn’t have the breakfast as there are so many cafes close by.

Quiet side but Museums........

GREAT HOTEL...….Rooms have air conditioning...one's in Ireland did not..near museums, restaurants and local red light district ( a few blocks away). On canal. Breakfast was buffet style. They packed a box breakfast for us due to early check out which they customized for us. They helped wit getting taxis and confirming our airport car. Great customer service.

Frequent Traveler to Amsterdam
Harry K

I like the NH Hotels in general but was disappointed with my recent stay at the NH Museum Quarter Hotel in Amsterdam. The hotel has an excellent location on a street that runs directly to the Riksmuseum. About a 5 minute walk. Parking was available, a real plus in Amsterdam, and the hotel was staffed with many young and eager to please people. Service was excellent. The food was good but as I only ate a few breakfasts, I am not qualified for more comments.The room on the third floor was another thing. The carpet was dirty, the curtains were stained and had holes in them and the walls were stained in a couple of places. The window had a balcony that had been boxed in and the window would not open even though it was not blocked. The bathroom was tired and the sink was cracked and in need of replacing. The bathtub/shower combination was damaged and needed replacing. The bed was clean and comfortable. I was truly surprised as this is not my usual experience with NH Hotels.