Amsterdam and the greater metropolitan area offer over 40,000 hotel rooms ranged from low budget rooms and traveller’s hostels to chic boutique and 5-star hotels. Sleeping in the city centre or prefer a more quiet area? Amsterdam offers accommodation to suit any taste or budget.
Keep in mind though, that Amsterdam is a major tourist destination, and with CAA2023 being organised in the week before Easter, be prepared for a high demand for accommodation. If possible, try to avoid staying in and around the famous Red Light District (‘De Wallen’) which is a very busy and noisy area. There are plenty of decent hotels in the somewhat more boring areas of town, for example near Amsterdam Sloterdijk train station or near the airport. Booking.com has a fairly diverse offering, or if you are looking for a hostel, the Hostelworld website is a good place to start.
Should you still find it difficult to secure a place to stay in Amsterdam, you can also search in towns nearby that all have good train connections to Amsterdam. Places like Zaandam, Haarlem, Hoofddorp and even Leiden and Utrecht are still within easy reach of the RAI Congress Centre.