Where to stay in Haarlem
Ready to dive into the culture of this beautiful city and everything it has to offer for more than a day? There are plenty of places to stay, whether you’re looking for a budget friendly hostel, a cosy B&B or a comfortable family hotel.
Hello I’m local
Hostel Hello I’m Local is located in the Burgwal neighbourhood of central Haarlem, across the water from the Teylers Museum and the Grote Markt. This boutique hostel is perfect for groups of friends, lone travellers and romantic couples on a weekend break. All of the hostel’s rooms have their own shower, with some sharing a toilet. Larger groups of holidaymakers can even rent out the entire hostel!
Spend the night in the convivial, historic centre of Haarlem, at the place where for many years Dutch money and stamps were printed. The ML Hotel exudes the atmosphere of the past, but in a modern, stylish and comfortable setting.
Amrâth Grand Hotel Frans Hals
Stunning reproductions of Frans Hals’ works adorn the walls of Haarlem’s Amrâth Grand Hotel. The luxury 4-star rooms are decorated with his portraits hanging watchfully above the beds, so don’t be surprised if your dreams are rendered in the artist’s signature silvery sheen. Situated in the shadow of De Grote Kerk, it is only a kilometre from Haarlem Central Station, making it an easy walk to the trains after breakfast in the morning. In short, its the ideal base for a visit to Haarlem.
Van der Valk Hotel Haarlem
Within walking distance of Haarlem’s historic city centre, Hotel Haarlem's rooms and suites are all designed to help guests relax and enjoy themselves in style and comfort. Along with an in-house restaurant and bar, Van der Valk also offers professional facilities for business guests, with a range of rooms all benefitting from natural light.
the niu Dairy
Inspired by the building's former purpose as a dairy factory, you'll find ice cream cones hanging from the ceiling at Hotel Haarlem The Niu Dairy. That's just one of the many surprising design details spread throughout the contemporary interiors where every room has a fresh and comfortable feel. Equipped with all the modern comforts, a stay here will feel like checking into your second home.
Hotel Lion d'Or
Located on the doorstep of Haarlem train station, Hotel Lion d'Or combines convenience with local history and a contemporary ambience. Established in 1839, its the oldest and most well known hotel in the city, but time has certainly not stood still in the fresh interiors. The authentic character, the personal service and the international vibe make it a classic Haarlem hotspot.
The stylish and bohemian rooms at boutique hotel MAF Haarlem complement the monumental building itself. Choose from rooms with characteristic large windows which flood the high-ceilinged interiors with light or cosy attic suites with charming details. Each room has a luxurious bathroom with a bath and separate shower. And the gift shop is the perfect place to shop for beautiful products - including organic and vegan wines - to take home with you.
Duin & Kruidberg Country Estate
Built in the 16th century, this classic Dutch country house once belonged to His Royal Highness the Prince of Orange, better known as William III, former King of England. Whether you fancy bedding down in a suite or even a patio room in the new hotel wing, you’re guaranteed a level of luxury fit for a king. There’s also a modern spa offering a range of cutting-edge treatments, a picturesque English garden to explore, and you’re just a stone’s throw from Haarlem.
Ambassador City Center Hotel
This stunning city centre hotel's monumental appearance and nostalgic character are beautifully reflected within the 65 cosy hotel rooms. Located at the foot of the imposing St Bavo Church and a stone's throw from the oldest museum in the Netherlands, the Teylers Museum, Ambassador Haarlem is perfectly situated for a city break.