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House of Amstel
House of Amstel

Amstel 16 (0.1 km from Munttoren)

House of Amstel offers 4 studios in the centre of Amsterdam only 230 metres from both Waterlooplein Metro Station and Rembrandtplein. Each of these elegant studios comes with free WiFi and a minibar and Nespresso machine.

Very good 492 reviews
NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market
NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market

Vijzelstraat 4 (0.1 km from Munttoren)

Overlooking the flower market NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market is situated in the middle of the city centre only 100 metres from the Kalverstraat shopping area. NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market offers free WiFi throughout the hotel.

Very good 6149 reviews
NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market (ex NH Carlton)
NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market (ex NH Carlt

Vijzelstraat 4 (0.1 km from Munttoren)

NH Collection Amsterdam Flower Market (ex NH Carlt is conveniently located in the popular Amsterdam-Centrum area. Offering a variety of facilities and services the property provides all you need for a good night's sleep.

Very good 123 reviews
De L’Europe Amsterdam – The Leading Hotels of the World
De L’Europe Amsterdam – The Leading Hotels of

Nieuwe Doelenstraat 2 - 14 (0.1 km from Munttoren)

Founded on the remains of a late medieval fortress De L'Europe Amsterdam offers luxurious accommodation along the Amstel River in the heart of the city. This 5-star hotel includes a fitness area spa and wellness facilities and a waterside terrace.

Very good 424 reviews
Hotel The Bird
Hotel The Bird

Amstel 30 (0.1 km from Munttoren)

Featuring free WiFi throughout the property Hotel The Bird offers accommodation in Amsterdam 100 metres from Rembrandtplein. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV. Some units include a seating area where you can relax.

Good 1076 reviews
Hotel Residence Le Coin
Hotel Residence Le Coin

Nieuwe Doelenstraat 5 (0.1 km from Munttoren)

This hotel is located in the centre of Amsterdam just a 4-minute walk from Rembrandtplein. Residence Le Coin offers bright rooms with a kitchenette. Tram stop Muntplein is a 1-minute walk.

Very good 1772 reviews
Hotel des Arts
Hotel des Arts

Rokin 154 - 156 (0.1 km from Munttoren)

Hotel Des Arts is around the corner from the Kalverstraat shopping area in the heart of Amsterdam. The Dam Square Royal Palace and the Flower Market are all within 500 metres.

Very good 422 reviews
Amsterdam 4 Holiday Bed&Breakfast
Amsterdam 4 Holiday Bed&Breakfast

Geelvinckssteeg 2 (0.1 km from Munttoren)

Amsterdam4holiday Bed&Breakfast offers lightly decorated room with cable tv and Wifi free of charge located in the centre of Amsterdam. Kalverstraat is only 170 metres away.

Superb 168 reviews

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About Hotels in Munttoren!

Munttoren Amsterdam is an iconic structure that stands over the city, offering a beautiful view of one of the most historic cities in Europe. Located in the heart of Amsterdam, it was built between 1618 and 1620 by Hendrick de Keyser and was modeled on the tower in the city of Utrecht. It is also known as "The Old Mint" due to its history as a minting house where coins were made until 1983. It stands at 83 meters tall and is topped with a carillon clock, which chimes every quarter hour throughout the day. The tower has four levels, each of which is decorated with sculptural elements reflecting Amsterdam’s trading past. These include representations of ships, windmills and merchant characters. Today, the Munttoren Amsterdam serves mainly as a tourist destination for visitors looking to take in its grandeur from atop or inside its walls. Despite its age, it remains one of Amsterdam's best-known landmarks and is considered an important part of its identity. As such, it has been designated as a national monument since 1970, making it one of many cultural treasures to be found in this vibrant city.