Looking to find an affordable short stay apartment rental for your next holiday? No matter whether you are going on a quick holiday, on business, or on an extended expat adventure, finding affordable lodging in Amsterdam can be a challenge without the right resources. However, seasoned travelers know that short stay apartments in Amsterdam can be found for prices that rival budget hotels, even though the amenities are much nicer. Amsterdam holiday rentals can be found in some of the most desirable locations, and come fully stocked with dishes and kitchenware so you can enjoy a much more laid back vacation, even if you plan on taking in all that Amsterdam living has to offer! Most apartments can accommodate up to 4 guests, but several locations can serve parties such as sports teams or student groups. The minimum stay is generally 3 nights, and self-catering short term apartments in Amsterdam are usually preferred because you are paying for the room, not the number of guests. Whether you are looking for luxury accommodations, budget flats, a studio or exotic riverview rentals, our Amsterdam property selection lets you book rooms as if you were booking a hotel. Even the studio sized apartments can be more spacious than hotel rooms, and offer a more intimate environment than hostels and other forms of lodging. On top of all that, you can place yourself within walking distance of world class museums, nightlife, attractions, and clubs, so you don’t necessarily have to worry about cab fare or driving. After a full day of touring the city’s amenities, a homelike environment can prepare you for the next day’s adventures. Have a look at our Amsterdam rentals and book yours online!
Amsterdam apartment rental
Do you want to enjoy your holiday or business stay in Amsterdam even more? Consider an Amsterdam apartment rental. When you rent a short stay apartment as an expat looking for permanent housing in Amsterdam your stay will be much more convenient. You will enjoy the space, the privacy and you will benefit from long term stay discounts. Your business or expat apartment has all essential amenities and are well suited for business travelers. You can easily invite guests for business meetings in your own accommodation.
Amsterdam holiday apartment
When on holiday in Amsterdam, a holiday apartment rental is a budget friendly or even cheap alternative to hotels. Most apartments can accommodate 4 or more guests and you pay per Amsterdam holiday apartment, NOT per guest. So when you stay in an Amsterdam vacation apartment with a small group you will have more money to spend on fun things to do.
Amsterdam canal apartment
The canals in Amsterdam are known all over the world. In 2008 the Canal ring area has been nominated for World heritage status. With Short Stay Amsterdam you can also rent an Amsterdam canal apartment and enjoy the beautiful canal views.
All apartments are located in the Amsterdam city centre. Via our site you can select different types. So whatever you need, a studio, 1-bedroom apartment, 2-bedroom apartment or a 3-bedroom apartment you will find it in our Amsterdam rentals list. Book yours today!
Some Amsterdam facts
- Amsterdam is the capital of The Netherlands
- Currently about 770.000 people live in Amsterdam
Amsterdammertjes, those metal poles with the 3 crosses are used to block traffic and to separate the street from the side walk. They were first used in 1800
The city has beautiful gardens, most of them shared and enclosed in buildings. You can visit some gardens from June 18 till June 21
Rembrandt van Rijn born in Leiden also lived in Amsterdam, in the Breestraat (now called Jodenbreestraat)
Amsterdam city of cats, about 350.000 cats live here
April 30 - Queensday, best experienced in Amsterdam
The vondelpark, since 1867 a perfect spot to enjoy a warm summer day
Haring, fish that Dutch people love to eat. In amsterdam haring was cut in pieces so poor Amsterdammers could eat haring too.
Shopping in Amsterdam, over 10.000 shops - December, far most the best month for shopping
Visti the bridge on the corner of the Herengracht and the Reguliersgracht. From that bridge you can see fifteen bridges, including the own you stand on.
View our short Amsterdam guide for more information