Aston City Hotel offers basic rooms on the edge of De Pijp district in Amsterdam. It is less than 100 metres from the Heineken Experience. This budget hotel includes free Wi-Fi and has a 24-hour front desk with a ticket service. Each of the simply-furnished rooms at Aston City Hotel has satellite TV. They also have a private bathroom. Stadhouderskade tram stop is less than 100 metres away and offers direct links to Amsterdam Central Railway Station and Dam Square within 15 minutes. Museum Square and the Rijksmuseum are 5 minutes’ walk away. Aston City Hotel is a 10-minute walk from Leidseplein.
The location is very good, there is a subway/light rail nearby, a variety of food, a convenience supermarket, and a big market. The hotel itself is a ”long and narrow” building inhabited by the Dutch native, and it is very interesting to live in. The space in the house is not rich, but it is sufficient. The hotel reception is very warm, and occasionally there are cute cats haha. In addition, a city tax of 3 euros per person per night is required for check-in. Parking in the center of Amsterdam is expensive, about 6 euros for an hour, and 54 euros a day.
The price/performance ratio of this hotel is very high. It is very good to go to the train station at this price. When I go to the railway station, I will pass many landscapes. The stairs are steep and you have to be careful. Since the room has no windows, there is a little smell from the toilet.
Asterisk Hotel offers 3-star superior accommodation in 2 restored 19th century buildings in the centre of Amsterdam. It is situated at 10 minutes walking distance from the Rijksmuseum and offers free WiFi in the entire property. Guests can relax in the garden or lobby and explore the surroundings, where one can find cafes and restaurants. All rooms are accessible by lift and are equipped with a flat-screen TV, a safe, work desk and a private bathroom. A 24-hour check-in front desk is available and in the lobby guests can enjoy water and a small snack in the afternoon. The hotel offers a paid airport shuttle and taxi service upon request. A tour desk where excursions, tours, museum tickets, souvenirs and toiletries can be bought is also present. Many attractions can be found in the vicinity such as The Heineken Experience (350 metres) Muntplein (1,1 km), Van Gogh Museum (1,1 km) and the Hermitage (1,1 km). The hotel is only 250 metres from the Weteringcircuit Metro and Tram Stop where 4 tram lines and the Metro's route 52 run.
Euphemia Budget Old City Canal Zone is located 800 metres from Leidseplein and offers private and dormitory rooms with free Wi-Fi. Tram stop Weteringcircuit is 100 metres away and offers links to Central Station and Dam Square. Most of the mixed gender rooms in the former monastery have an en suite bathroom. All rooms accessible by stairs only, in a building without a lift. Please note that the facilities in this accommodation are most suitable for guests under the age of 40 years old. Museum district is a 10-minute walk from Euphemia Budget Old City Canal Zone. Heineken Experience is 350 metres away. Albert Cuyp market is a 10 minute walk.
After a couple of tough years with covid where we had to book this hotel a few time. for my son birthday,we finally got there. After reading negative reviews I have to say I was a bit nervous but when we arrived 25th June quite late we had a lovely welcoming at reception . Yes the stairs are very narrow and not for the faint hearted if you are on the top. But lucky for us we were on the first floor. The room was large and airy with 2 French doors leading out onto the street view with a balcony. We were in room 14. Housekeeper came in everyday and made the beds and clean up and clean towels if we wanted them were left everyday. We didn’t eat here as we wanted to explore the city but the food seemed to smell lovely. What I would say is the the building is old and you would have to expect to see a dated look. I for one love that but if your looking for modern look,then this hotel isn’t for you. The city it surrounded in old building and that what I loved about it. Couldn’t fault the stay at this hotel.
Located in the canal belt, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Amsterdam Canal Hotel offers rooms with private facilities. The Museum District, with the Van Gogh and Rijksmuseum, is a 10-minute walk. Free WiFi is available. Rooms at Amsterdam Canal Hotel are equipped with a desk, flat-screen TV. There is also complimentary coffee/tea making facilities. The bathroom is fitted with a bath or shower. Some feature canal view. There is a wide range of cafes and bars in the direct surroundings. You can also enjoy a wide variety of restaurants in De Pijp neighbourhood. De Pijp neighbourhood, home to the Heineken Experience Museum and Albert Cuyp Market, is a 10-minute walk. The Leidseplein entertainment area is 1 km away. The Utrechtsestraat, known for its boutique shops, is 600 metres away. Tram stop Frederiksplein is only a 1-minute walk and offers direct links to Central Station. Guests can also park their car in the private parking garage of the hotel based on availability.
Fantastic location (1/2 block from Rijksmuseum and 2 blocks from the other museums) across the road from a nice canal cruise. Walking distance from several other museums including MOCA, the Jewish, Hermitage, Steadlik, museums, etc. Near a great park, Vondelpark, nice to sit around and to chat with locals. In an interesting neighborhood, many restaurants and shops. Hotel staff is extremely helpful and accommodating (and oh those yummy chocolates in the lobby jar). Room was a bit small but sufficiently comfortable for 2 people.
The hotel is in a good location, you can see the National Museum in the room, opposite the City and Van Gogh Museum. It is convenient to take the tram at the door to Dam and Dam Square. Living in a single room, the health is very good, but the equipment is not complete, the hair dryer and the hangers are not, you have to take it with the hotel. The overall feeling is still very good.
A hotel housed in a historic and fabulous school building that reflects Amsterdam’s values in terms of interhuman relationships is a unique place where no one will feel alienated and everyone feel appreciated. This core idea, combined with our curated design and a College Hotel level of service will make anyone’s stay a memorable one. 125 years of valuable memories can be felt throughout our beautiful building. Our unique offering of 40 different rooms used to be school classrooms. Each room has a different atmosphere and feels absolutely special and so welcoming with high ceilings and bright daylight flooding in. The views give guests a glimpse into the Amsterdam that once was, with the surrounding buildings being almost as old as the College Hotel, peeking out of a window takes you back 100 years and it seems nothing has really changed. It’s a bit hard to describe, but walking through the building, once simply feels 125 years of activity that took place in the building and the memories it houses.
COMMUNE suites is a stylish boutique accommodation in a quiet area at walking distance from Amsterdam’s major attractions. The Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum are only 10 minutes away. The spacious guestrooms are modern in style and functional. Each room benefits from an en suite bathroom. The central location of COMMUNE suites makes it easy to visit museums, shops and restaurants. In less than 15 minutes you can reach the lively Leidseplein.
Summary: This is a fine, budget place to stay if you do not mind living in a very small space (perhaps planning to be traveling via Centraal for much of the day) and want just the very basics but with a kitchen. We stayed here in June 2022 in a two bedroom Ij-view apartment. First, the good parts: —It’s a 2 min walk to Amsterdam Centraal, but doesn’t seem to have any noise from it. The location makes it very convenient to visit neighboring cities and take the tram anywhere in Amsterdam. —There is a grocery store 2 minutes away which is very convenient. —The manager of the facility (Ami) is friendly, professional, and very helpful. She’s a real asset to staying here. —They are generous with towels, toiletries, etc., and there is a ‘help yourself’ area. (Strangely, some of the toiletries are very tiny--single initial bar of soap provided for the bathroom is crazy small.) —The shower is a comfortable stall one, the kitchen appliances are updated, and the blackout blinds work well. Unfortunately, there are several important and large negatives: —The two bedroom apartments do not look like the pictures on the website. The actual apartment is about half the size shown, with one small dining table and two chairs (a problem even for our small family of 3), and one very broken-down couch with no other seating in the living space. The table was right outside the bathroom door. Probably because of the size, the apartment is much darker as very little light gets from the bedrooms into the main living space. —The bedrooms are also much smaller than shown, especially the larger of the two, which had a 3 foot x 3 foot concrete column near the bed, both obstructing the view of the water and also making it impossible to have a bedside table on the right side. The smaller bedroom was the exact width of a double bed, so getting in and out of bed means you must climb down to the bottom. Compounding the bedroom issues is that the mattresses are very thin and hard, so getting a good night’s sleep isn’t easy. There are no closets or dressers, just a rack with a bottom shelf. —Their cancellation policies, though written like typical hotels, are not used in practice the same way. We had a “free cancellation rate” as recommended by the hotel and mentioned in their replies to other reviews on this site, but still they did not want to refund our hotel stay when we wished to cancel. (This was eventually resolved and our money returned, after quite a bit of back and forth.) This would be a fine, budget place to stay if you do not mind living in a very small space (perhaps planning to be traveling via Centraal for much of the day) and want just the very basics but with a kitchen.
Good location, very close to the airport, there is free parking, and there is a McDonald's next to it, very convenient. The interior of the hotel is very warm and cost-effective, and it is worth recommending!
Staying in Amadi for three nights, a very good experience, first of all, the hotel security makes you feel at ease, the second room is very big, it is a real big bed, the bathroom facilities are excellent, the shower is big, and there is a free coffee bag in the room. The tea bag and the beer drink water in the small refrigerator are also free. The third view is first-class. The sea can be seen from the room. It is very eye-catching. The fourth service is good. The front desk is patient and thoughtful. There is a feeling of going home, the fifth traffic. It is very convenient to get to the hotel from the train station on the 26th tram line. Yes, there is free fruit at the front desk every afternoon. It is a Western meal for breakfast.
Very nice hotel, very good location, very close to Dam Square, red light district, railway station, European hotel rooms are generally small, but this hotel can be said to be a big room in Europe, gave me an accident Surprise!
Self check-in and check-out are available. But there was also a staff member sitting there during working hours. The surrounding environment is good. You can see it from the subway. Opposite is a home theater. There is a lidl next to the commercial street.
I booked a room for 1 person, so of course it was small. But with everything I needed. The room was clean, with big windows and comfortable furniture.
I liked staying here very much.
Even though there are many restaurants downstairs I didn't hear any noise in my room
My mum and I stayed here and it was such a lovely experience. We were there for the opening so of course there were small teething problems with showers but they were so quick to fix everything and even iron our clothes for us and helped us with space when we needed to work and brought us coffee down. The staff make this hotel as they are soo attentive and sort everything out with a smile and want to offer you the best experience. I would 100% stay here again. Thank you everyone!
This check-in is a business trip. The three of them stayed in three double-bed rooms. The hotel is located next to The Hague Central Railway Station and can be reached in about five minutes on foot. The hotel is very convenient for transportation, and it is also adjacent to the business district. There is a Chinese restaurant downstairs. The scale is not bad. The owner is Hong Kong. There are about a dozen floors in the hotel. There is no specific number. On each floor of the elevator, there is a basket and fruits, including kiwi, beer, banana, orange, apple and so on. Breakfast is quite good, full range, clean and healthy, yogurt is especially recommended to try, there are three flavors. There is a Chinese Malaysian duty manager at the front desk, who can barely speak Mandarin, speaks fluent Cantonese, and has a good service attitude. The rooms are clean and hygienic, with large windows designed to provide panoramic views of The Hague. In addition, it is no exaggeration to say that the bed is the most comfortable one since I stayed in so many hotels, it is really particularly comfortable. It ’s rare to give a five-star hotel, but anyway, this stay is worthy of five-star praise
As other reviewers have mentioned, this hotel is in a shared building with another hotel & residential units, but it’s not at all inconvenient or hard to find. The reception provides free water for your room (a refillable tap) and the staff was very helpful with recommendations and also super friendly! The rooms were very clean, lovely wood floors, comfortable beds & great showers. Food, drinks & shops all within walking distance & it’s about a 15 minute walk into the central part of Amsterdam. Unfortunately, there were many restrictions due to Covid while we were there, but having a comfortable room with a helpful front desk staff made it much more bearable!
The hotel is an American Hampton. The rooms marked by Europe are large, comfortable and tidy, and the service is very good. The transportation is relatively convenient. It is very convenient to the railway station, the city center and tourist attractions (about 2 miles to the central station). After crossing the railway bridge in the front left, there are many restaurants. You can walk to the supermarket for 10 minutes, and it is convenient to buy food and fruits. Recommended!
The location is good, about 5 minutes from the train station, and the environment is quiet and very comfortable.
Due to the early arrival, but the staff is also very kind and polite, arranged Early check-in.
The hotel has mini-bar, gym, laundry service and bicycle rental.
The room is very large and comfortable, and there is a kitchen with complete facilities. During check-in, the staff will ask if they will cook, and if so, they will provide a set of cleaning supplies. The room is spacious and the double bed is very comfortable.
The only thing that is more critical is that the room is so big, the toilet is too small, and the depth of the washbasin is too shallow.
But the overall feeling of use is very good.
Stayed here with family, renting a studio and two suites. All rooms were beautifully decorated and with great amenities. Super comfortable beds and fabulous rainfall showers. The area is gorgeous, with tons to see and do just a short walk away. Staff was very friendly and helpful. I will definitely try to book in for my next Amsterdam trip! Hoping to be back sometime soon 🤞🏼🤞🏼🤞🏼
We had a magnificent stay at De ware Jacob Hotel with a family of five at the end of 2020. With the Covid restrictions it was not easy to travel around, but nonetheless we decided to spend a weekend in Amsterdam benefitting from the beauty of the city with fewer tourists at this moment in time. This Hotel was recommended to us as a cosy newly renovated boutique hotel at the heart of the Museum District, and the price was really good, so we were not disappointed. Our stay was even more memorable than expected. We were received by the very friendly owner and treated with a glass of Cava. The suites and the family rooms were very nice and spacious, we also benefitted from an upgrade, which was a nice gesture. A nice sushi dinner was delivered from a nearby restaurant and we enjoyed it in the lounge with a nice restaurant ambiance. We were pleasantly shocked to be given the variety of Georgian natural wines tasting by the host, something we never tried before, accompanied by the delicious strawberry covered in chocolate. Fantastic!! Breakfast was nicely presented, had nice selection and we were also offered a glass of Prosecco to start the day, but instead decided to swap it for extra cappuccinos and a homemade cake on the house. The city itself was delightful, being not so crowded as usual. We really enjoyed walking in the nearby park. Also went to The Red Light district which was absolutely empty, something unforgettable and special!!! It was indeed a very pleasant break in beautiful Amsterdam.
The hotel is very close to the train station. The first time I ran to another ibis, this is the ibis style hotel. But this is closer to the business district. In fact, the two ibis are about 3 minutes walk. The hotel room is very small, basically can only open the big suitcase checked in the bed, maybe the hotel in Amsterdam is so big. The hotel breakfast is OK, the breakfast of each hotel is similar. Bustling commercial street, pedestrian street is on the edge, shopping is very convenient
I booked a room in this hotel - I had to pay part of the additional fees 241 rubles .. but it takes 2 times more from me at the reception desk. 6.64 EUR !!! photo of my reservation, photo of the receipt from the reception about the requirement in the photo below. I almost do not understand English. But all I could understand was that the additional fees every day are different in amount. So kaa yesterday with me 3.40 EURO took the surcharge, but I have a reservation today. And the surcharge on it today? Why is there one extra charge when booking, but in fact they require 2 times more? What should I do in this case? Do I have the right to pay 241 rubles -3.49 EURO as shown in the reservation? Why is the Princess Hotel not informing the Trip.com website about another surcharge on this day? Or is the Trip.com website writing the wrong surcharges? Please understand the situation!
The hotel is located not far from the railway station, subway station, and bus stop. But the waiter is very friendly. Room environment: Wrong. Unfortunately, the bathing area is too small and the water slips outside and needs to be cleaned up with a towel to absorb the water. It's OK to book this hotel at this price
Small hotels, stairs are really amazing, but it is estimated that small hotels in the center of Amsterdam are like this, it is really not recommended for leg inconvenience. Parking is not very convenient. Because I don’t know how to pay more than 60 euros for 24 hours, I have a big loss. It is said that it is free on the road at night, and it is not easy to park during the day. Nothing to say about the location in the city center, very convenient, the bed is really narrow
The location of the hotel is excellent, next to the subway station, it only takes 20 minutes to reach the city; the interior of the room is neat and clean, easy to sleep, and there is a water dispenser in the lobby downstairs
Staff: Friendly, Helpful and Kind, staff were bilingual from what I could understand English and Dutch
Location: Easy to get to via bus by the 397 from the Schiphol Airport to the Van Gogh Museum and walk 10-15 minutes or take the Tram 3 the rest of the way.
Amenities: They offer multiple consoles to select from to put in your room if you're into that and have a mini cafe/bar in the lounge.
Cleanliness: Bedding and towels were clean on arrival but there was a weird smudged substance on the wall that was not cleaned for some reason.
Would I recommend: If you are into gaming it's a great location to stay and the price is not bad. There's a nice variety of consoles and games to select but with other peoples reviews and my experience I would not be able to verify how clean your room may be upon arrival.
Short trip to Amsterdam as a couple. It was a 20 minute walk to the main train station which we were ok with. Breakfast was good. Rather than opting for the bed and breakfast style package, we paid for breakfast each day as there was a quite a large menu with lots of different larger and smaller sized options on it. The bar was lovely, we got to sit by the water and enjoy a few beers from the brewery. We chose to go to the bar rather than wait for table service as it was a lot quicker and we could look at the different beers on sale. The Reception was very helpful. There is a large grassy area just outside which our room overlooked. This did get a bit noisy on a late evening with groups sat out. The water in the shower became ridiculously hot at times so do be careful of this. This was a good base on the outskirts of town.
The location is next to the train station and tram, very clean, and there is a sauna (though we didn't have time to go) The front desk service is very friendly, the rooms have basic kitchenware, the price is good, and the pass is very good
Clean, the room provided a lot of tea bags and coffee. Very satisfied.
Hotel lacked very basic things you would expect. No information in rooms regarding amenities available, time table for breakfast or even local info, not even safety information incase of fire. No tea or coffee making facilities in the room. No water or glasses.No phone to contact reception and no mini bar. Good shower, liquid soap only, no other toiletries in bathroom. No house keeping . We stayed 3 nights and had no one come in and make bed or clean. Only 3 hangers for 2 people so had to fold clothes. No on site cafe . Bar small and limited. Did sell pizza and one other dish but tried the pizza one night and was a pre bought frozen pizza. Staff were not helpful, we arrived early before 3pm and although our room was ready we were charged an extra £40 to have our room early. Room was a nice size and modern but two walls were glass which looked directly into opposite rooms and so we had to have curtains closed day and night. Breakfast was okay, again pretty basic. Beds were comfortable and hotel modern and clean overall but unfortunately I would not go back and so could not recommend .
Hotel has a small lobby with dim lights. Room size is okay but would prefer more lights or brighter colours in the room. To get to the guests rooms, one has to take the lift to the 2nd storey, then walk towards the corner lift, which is slightly inconvenient. There are a few eateries & a mini-mart nearby. Limited food options at the hotel cafe. It's 2 metro stations away from AMS C'tral station. If possible, would recommend to stay closer to main train station instead.
The hotel was absolutely amazing, we had a fantastic stay. The rooms were clean, spacious and modern. The host of the hotel Bruno was very friendly, very helpful and gave us great tips as to where to go round and about Amsterdam. The hotels breakfast was also delicious! We cannot wait to come and visit again next year. Flaffie and Freddie
Thank you for a fantastic stay. Great room allocation we were at the front of the hotel but the road noise wasn’t a problem with the window closed. 25min walk into Central Amsterdam but to be honest there is so much to see in the local neighbourhood there is no need to go into Central Amsterdam. Brewery across the road has amazing brown food (fried snacks) and the beer was to the best experience and the barman allowed us to taste a few before we decided which one we liked. Coffee shop about a 5min walk t from the hotel. 8 min walk to the local supermarket. The bus stop outside the hotel number 22 stops outside and number 48 stops about 7mins from the hotel. The bus stop at Central Station is at the back of the station and platform J I think. The bar in the hotel actually looked like the pictures. The restaurant was very stylish but we didn’t get the chance to eat in there but will on our next visit! Room was clean, great coffee machine in room, and English movie channel and the best bed with foam mattress and lovely soft pillows. We would definitely stay here again
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