For a truly personal experience while staying in Amsterdam, try one of the bed and breakfasts scattered all across the city. Most have only two or three rooms and each provides a home cooked breakfast. Choose bed and breakfasts in Amsterdam according to your needs first.
Breakfast in Bed in Ground Floor Rooms One of the top-rated bed and breakfasts is the Barangay. This B & B is completely non-smoking but does provide an outdoor area for smokers to enjoy. Each room has a private bathroom assigned to it – some are en suite and others are next to the room. This is one of the few B & Bs that has ground floor rooms – the patio rooms – where you are served breakfast in bed and have your own private patio off the room.
Queen Sized Bed, Coffee Bar and Free Wifi The Bed and Breakfast City Center is another inn with two rooms available. Both rooms are at the top of very steep staircases, which is typical of old Amsterdam homes in the historic center. This one is tucked away on a quiet backstreet just 3 or 4 minutes walk to the Centraal Station. It is important to mention that most of the major attractions including the Royal Palace and museums are easily in walking distance.
Hospitality and Wheelchair Accessible Fleur d’Amsterdam is one of those old-fashioned bed and breakfasts that hippies of the sixties raved about in visiting Amsterdam. It may have been the one that inspired them to stay. The hospitality is exceptional and the room is wheelchair accessible. Fleur Van Heek speaks English, French, German, Spanish and Dutch and prides herself on her knowledge of the city. She provides her guests with traditional Amsterdam bikes and prepared breakfast with fresh, organic ingredients daily. While it is outside the city center, all reviews rave about the hospitality.