Hotels Near Soup En Zo (Spiegel) In Amsterdam

3.4/53 Reviews
0.16km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
Such a great find. This hotel was in a great location we could walk everyware from it and was also close to the tram stop and a 5 min walk to the bus stop for the airport bus. Views over the canal - so nice to wake up to. The only downside was the bathroom was so tiny and the walls were thin we could hear the people above us. Apart from that the hotel was clean and the beds cosy - would stay again.
3.7/51 Reviews
0.23km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
Really comfy beds and 24hr reception. The receptionist was great, ellanah. Only problem was there was no WiFi on the top floor. I would say here again. Very good location, close to everything needed. Price was decent for Amsterdam
4.5/5Excellent1 Reviews
0.27km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
A few very picky niggles aside, this was among my favourite hotel stays. It's a beautiful — and beautifully furnished — hotel. Staff are unfailingly warm, welcoming and keen to help. We stayed in the top floor suite, which is superbly cosy with lovely vintage furniture, tasteful lighting and sumptuous bed linen. The cooked breakfast is a little pricey but extremely nice, and service is very good. The niggles? Their policy of having guests leave their room keys at the hotel is annoying and seems pointless, though in fairness they're usually quick to let you in. Low water pressure makes for an underwhelming albeit perfectly functional shower. All in all, Hotel Seven One Seven is excellent value and we certainly wouldn't hesitate to stay again when back in Amsterdam.
3.5/52 Reviews
0.28km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
First of all don’t believe all you read! I disagreed with a lot of reviews on here, and I’m not sure what people expected from a 2 star hotel (should be more) in the middle of a capital city! 😂 We loved this little gem in the middle of the Dam! Me and my partner visited Amsterdam for five days in November and stayed at the Acostar hotel for four nights. We stayed in room 303, with a double bed and bath. The room was small but comfortable, clean sheets and towels daily. Very clean, a comfy bed, and a flat screen smart TV which you could log in to your Netflix account with the assistance of google translate 😂. There is no lift in the hotel and a lot of stairs, which they love in the Netherlands 😂 so if you struggle be sure to ask for a ground floor room. No food, but there is a free coffee machine in the checkin area which you can use till midday, and.... all coffee I experienced in The Dam was amazing! Even from a machine! 😂 For food just down the road there is an awesome little bakery where you could get warm croissant for breakfast with cheese and ham! 😋 there are loads of other delicious options too! The staff are really helpful and they will even store your luggage for no additional cost before and after checkin too! Now the best thing about this hotel is the location! You are literally around 15 minutes walk from anything! The Art Quarter, The Red light District, Central Station, Amsterdam central square! There is a supermarket around 3 minutes walk away. Next door is cute little cafe, for those who visit Amsterdam wanting to partake, but if that’s not your thing 5 minutes walk away is the cutest bar serving an array of Belgian Beers and IPA’s called The Beer Garden! Reasonably Priced too! Where we sampled some amazing beers. There is indeed a gay bar opposite the hotel, but we never had any problems with noise or being woken up and our room directly faced the street. Thick curtains kept the light out allowing us to enjoy lie ins. ☺️ The next time we visit Amsterdam we will definitely be rebooking to stay at the Acostar! and would definitely recommend.
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.31km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
When I arrived at the hotel I was told, I would have booked a room without a window. I could not believe it and I rummaged for my records and, indeed, confirmed to me to book a room without a window. So, I could have known, if I had read the confirmation exactly. But honestly, when you book a room, you assume that it has a window, right at the same time you do not question that it has no walls or furniture. It would not occur to any reasonable person to look for or doubt such criteria. There is legislation that requires, at least in Europe, that people's lounges be naturally exposed and that the law requires that the windows be at least 10 or 12% of the floor area. Even prison cells need to have daylight, and in animal law, natural light is provided in lounges. As I write, I am in this storage room, the air conditioning is turned off, as I assumed that their sounds prevented me from sleeping. In half asleep I have calculated how long a person can survive if there is no air supply. Still half asleep, I began to calculate the cubic meters of space and the amount of air a person consumes in an hour, I wanted to know how many hours I can survive in this room. There are about 30 m3 of air a human needs in one hour. I calculated that my room has about 40 m3, which means that the air is used up after about 5/4 hours. An overwhelming feeling came over me and I thought that I had slept for 3 hours and I ran out of bed and pressed the air conditioning, because now I was panicked and thought that this room will become a dying room. The Dream Hotel actually becomes a nightmare hotel. The price for this room is 155.77 euros per night. If you say, Zurich is expensive, but so I can live in Zurich in a new Boutiqhotel with balcony, large windows, small kitchen for 80 to 90 Euros per night. So literally at half price. It is interesting that Geneva and Zurich rank in the cost index as the most expensive cities in the world and Amsterdam takes 11th place. I think after my experience it should be the other way round.
3.1/56 Reviews
0.34km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
Great location, but service was terrible. The guy at the front desk was rude and did nothing but talk in the phone. The rooms are nice, but the stairs are a nightmare. Again, location was amazing!
4.8/5Outstanding2 Reviews
0.37km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
Charming central canal side location close to tram stops and restaurants with exceedingly helpful and friendly staff would be delighted to stay here any time. Just a few tram stops from central station less than a few min walk from numerous restaurants and the museum one way and the main shopping centre the other way
3.8/510 Reviews
0.37km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
The hotel is in a great location- an easy 20 minute walk to the centre and far enough out that is it quiet at night. It was basic but very clean and all we needed for a few nights away when all we used it for was somewhere to sleep.hotel is in a great location- an easy 20 minute walk to the centre and far enough out that is it quiet at night. It was basic but very clean and all we needed for a few nights away when all we used it for was somewhere to sleep. The staff were lovely and David on reception was very welcoming and looked after us well. The hotel were very helpful in letting us move our dates due to COVID- I will be recommending then to everyone I know going to Amsterdam!
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.38km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
Our short (2 week) trip in Amsterdam got extended to 6 weeks! The management and staff bent over backwards to make our stay as comfortable as possible. Helpful, friendly and 100% customer focused, the staff made our stay really feel like a home away from home. Daily cheese platters (with wine), a rotation of sweets (Dutch candies, cookies, etc) and a well-stocked, open bar make the living room gezellig (cozy/comfortable). Location? It doesn't get better. The Mansion is very centrally located (grachtengordel) with easy access to museums, restaurants, bars/cafes and public transportation. Feel like getting around the city more comfortably? The Banks Mansion can rent you a bicycle, too. We travel to Amsterdam 3-4 times a year (excluding COVID chaos times), and this hotel will DEFINITELY be where we stay, and we are recommending it to all our friends. This is the first time I have posted a review of a hotel. This is the first time the experience motivated me to share with others - it's THAT GOOD. Forget the "big name hotels." Stay here and have a MUCH better experience, delivered by the "Banks Family."
4.4/5Excellent25 Reviews
0.38km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
The hotel is fully renovated and the result is stunning! The room is perfect and has everything you need. WiFi is great throughout the whole hotel. The staff is very friendly and willing to help with anything. The hotel is in the middle of the city center. Although there are many restaurants on walking distance, I can definitely recommend the lunch (and drinks) in the Coffee Boutique. Nice food, good coffee, friendly staff and located on the best spot of Amsterdam! We will definitely come back!
5/5Perfect2 Reviews
0.41km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
We booked here based on the rave reviews and the location. The location I can’t fault, central to get to more a less anywhere. Unfortunately for us there is building works going on, which we wasn’t warned about prior to coming, we found this disrupting when we wanted to chill in the room, also were the type of people who enjoy looking out of the window, we had a beautiful view of scaffold and netting. The room wasn’t the cleanest, which we learnt when we dropped black clothing on the floor which was then coated in dust. We also wasn’t told about drinks in the lounge or the ice machine. We even managed to get locked outside for a good ten minutes on the first night after mopping outside and nobody being on reception or answering the buzzer. We found the pillows way to upright and ended up taking them off the bed and sleeping flat. The heating system is also noisy in the middle of the night as are the cleaners in the morning. And if like us you get a low floor be sure to prepared to listen to what sounded like baby elephants on the floor above at all hours. Positives are, location is great, the bed was comfy and the shower was amazing after a long day. That said for the same kind of price I have stayed in better in Amsterdam and was a little disappointed. Photo is of the “lovely” view from our window.
4.7/5Outstanding17 Reviews
0.43km from Soup en Zo (Spiegel)
When we arrived at Park Centraal we were immediately taken aback by the classy yet cosy reception/bar. Very luxurious, all of the staff smiled and greeted us and were so helpful. I don't know what candles/room scent they used but it was fabulous! We had a standard room which was perfect (and far from standard), super comfortable bed, heated tiles by the sink/toilet/shower, lovely view of houses/shops etc. Very very comfortable room. We stayed during International Women's Day and when we arrived back in the evening after a day out a little envelope was at our door, with a certificate of celebrating the day in Amsterdam. A small touch but I thought it was so sweet! The location was perfect, right around the corner from Rijksmuseum/Van Gogh/Moco and a few other sites. Tram stop nearby and within walking distance of most of the main streets, far enough away that it didn't feel very busy. When we arrived we walked from Central Station and it took maybe a half hour, so not impossible to walk everywhere if you wanted. Really couldn't have asked for a nicer experience, when we return to Amsterdam someday we'll be sure to book Park Centraal again!

Hotels Near Soup En Zo (Spiegel) In Amsterdam Review

4.4/543 Reviews
Amsterdam Oud Zuid
When booking the hotel, both of my friends and my friends clearly saw that it stated on Ctrip that it was less than two kilometers from Amsterdam Central Station. As a result, when I got off the train and looked at the map, I was about to leave the city of Amsterdam. The traffic was very inconvenient! ! ! It's really inconvenient! ! It takes more than an hour to get to the city center every day. The hotel is remote. If you plan to spend late in the city center every day, the suggestion is to book a hotel near the city. The night is a bit scary.
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4.7/565 Reviews
The Moevenpick Hotel offers a great view over the old town and is convenient accessable by train,tram, ship and car. I arrive on a rainy morning and was please with the friendly welcome by the Fornt Office Manager Mr. John Caucian who went the extra mile to make me feel special. This is very rare these days in a big hotel. He explained the Corona meassures, gave me tips for the town and a arranged a dining table and took time explain the views from my room in the 18th floor and the use the gym. All in a very polite and charming way. Next morning I got a personal welcome from the Manager during my breakfast. This personal service make me feel very special. Together with the clean and comfi room and for sure makes me coming back next time. Well done - Top service, great rooms and a very good location.
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4.5/590 Reviews
Amsterdam Oud Zuid
Overall, the hotel is nice and well located, surrounded by the main museums. There is plenty space in the bedroom. The furnituries are new as well as the bed, bed clothes and comforters. I would say that the room where I stayed was bad illumintated. My only complain is that the hotel did not enforcement what his staff said to me about the breakfast price. It was offered to me for 8 euros per person per day. When I made my check out I was obliged to pay 18 euros per person per day. To me it seems to be a normal practise at that hotel, since I did not see any token saying the breakfast price. Be aware too, when you are making your check out, the hotel will charge city taxe of you. In my case I had to pay 50 euros.
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4.1/536 Reviews
The location of the hotel is good. It is about a minute walk from the tram stop (No. 17), but the location is not in the city center, and it is quite convenient to take the tram. The service staff is very good and provide a lot of assistance. The breakfast provided by the hotel is also good, with a variety of drinks and bread. Since we only have one day of accommodation, we asked if we could leave our luggage when we checked out, and the hotel would be happy to help provide space for us! This is great! No need to run around with your luggage! It ’s just that some of the hot water bottles in the room do n’t work, and the bathroom hair dryers do n’t work either. But overall the price is very high! Cheap and convenient! If you come to Amsterdam next time, you should still stay here! Pretty recommended! The room is quite big overall!
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4.7/570 Reviews
I had another short break at the start of March in Amsterdam and once again stayed at this wonderful hotel. As always my stay was flawless from start to finish. The reception staff were so welcoming and friendly and my check in was handled swiftly and efficiently. Every member of staff, from my contact booking the room, the concierges, breakfast staff and even staff in passing are so helpful and cheerful. My room was immaculate and spotlessly clean. Very comfortable and an excellent bed. Every amenity has been thoughtfully taken care of. The hotel could not be better located for staying in Amsterdam. Although right on busy and lively Dam Square, once inside it is tranquil and elegant throughout. I cannot recommend this hotel highly enough. I am looking forward to returning very soon when the current travel restrictions are no longer in place. I wish everyone at the Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky well at this difficult time.
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4.5/514 Reviews
We stayed in this hotel during the Christmas holidays period for 2 nights and chose it due to it being very affordable and not far in distance from the city centre. Upon first arriving, we had to change rooms straight away after receiving a room without a shower head (so just the hose with no attachment..). However, this was quickly resolved by reception and we were moved immediately to another room on another floor with no problems in that room. The rooms are nice and big enough for a short stay, everything being clean and comfortable enough with lots of storage space for luggage etc. The hotel is a little bit of a distance from the centre... I would say about a 10/15 minute walk to the tram and then once you're on the tram depending where you want to go not too long... The travel from the train station from the airport was quite a distance, I think I remember this being about half an hour, but nothing too difficult. Overall, the stay was nice and is fine if willing to travel a little longer everyday to the centre, however I think because we were only on a short 3 day trip, staying somewhere closer would have saved a little bit of time. Also, if flight isn't until later on in the day and you want to explore still after checkout hours (which are early), the hotel keep your luggage which you can come back and collect when ready which is helpful, had no issues with using this service
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