Hotels Near Stichting The Network University In Amsterdam

4.3/5Excellent12 Reviews
0.1km from Stichting The Network University
Super friendly concierge who made our stay much more enjoyable. Spacious apartment with large double sofa bed for our two children to share. Well appointed kitchen with everything you'll need. Unbelievably quiet for a city break, no noise pollution from neighborhood. We adored eating out in Spirit, an upmarket self service cafe a 2 minute walk away which was excellent for vegans.
4.4/5Excellent11 Reviews
0.68km from Stichting The Network University
Pension Homeland is a cool spot, in a great location, with a very nice staff. The hotel is nice, with views of the marina, a nice bar and restaurant. All the staff was very nice and welcoming with kind greetings and recommendations for things to do. While the room was small, but I think standard size in most European hotels from what I’ve gathered in my travels, the bed was comfy, the room was clean, and we had an unobstructed view of the courtyard and marina. Most things were walkable, if you don’t mind walking ☺. In about 20 minutes, steady pace walking time, you can get to Amsterdam Central, the Red Light district, tons of restaurants, the canal/canal rides and attractions, and stops for the Hop on Hop off bus. I would definitely stay again.
4.3/5Excellent17 Reviews
0.75km from Stichting The Network University
Brilliant location with a tram stop 2 minutes walk away which takes you to central station in 5 minutes. Nice quiet area away from the main touristy section so never busy outside. We rented some bikes from the hotel and went for a ride around the nearby river which was very pleasant. Check in was effortless and very informative. Free breakfast is very good with a wide selection of hot and cold foods, I especially enjoyed the waffle maker. Room was spacious with 2 single beds and very clean, , safe in the room for our valuables was a key factor when booking, room was tidied daily by the maids. Also has a nice little gym which I used one morning, more than enough equipment to satisfy my needs. Area is safe to walk at night, never felt uncomfortable walking back in the early hours of the morning. Nothing negative to say about this hotel, i'd definitely return.
4.2/5Very Good19 Reviews
0.82km from Stichting The Network University
Surrounding environment is good. There is a tropical museum next to it, and a large free park, you can go for a walk after dinner. A ten minute walk to a snack street, like our market, clothes, food, fruits, are all self-owned stalls, open from 10:00 to 17:00, the hotel location is a little far from the central station.
4.2/5Very Good16 Reviews
0.85km from Stichting The Network University
We stayed here for two days and it is in a great location. Location: Its a stones throw away from tram 14 which will take you to the center of town. Breakfast: The breakfast was lovely and it was nice to see that the hotel use's local farms produce. Room: We stayed in a deluxe room and it was lovely, it had a coffee machine, tea facilities and a large TV. The shower was nice and hot (with no limiting of heat just a safety button) it also had great pressure. The only slight thing that was a small issue was being on the 3rd floor the rain would drip from higher up onto the metal window/roof and it was quite loud, it wasn't enough to wake me but did hinder the my sleep as i struggle to sleep. This is weather biased and by no means an issue on the hotel. Just thought i'd mention it for someone like me.
4.2/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.88km from Stichting The Network University
This was our first trip to Amsterdam, we were searching aimlessly for a decent hotel at a great price but because of the time of season it was, all hotels were expensive. We managed to come across De Jonker on, and from the pictures it looked amazingly good for the price. We picked the double suit. The hotel was easy to locate and was very accessible from the town centre and close to local amenities. It was about a 20min drive from the airport, and located in a quiet location just outside the centre of town. Before we arrived we were emailed a ‘QR code’ which is used to open the main door to the hotel/guest house and your room door. Very easy to use, just make sure you turn up the brightness on your phone so the scanner can easily scan it. As we entered first thoughts were that this place was nice and cozy with a lovely colour theme throughout the room. However this was short lived when we noticed that the wall had chips and scratches all over it. This did not completely tarnish what we thought overall though. The bedroom and bathroom is located downstairs, and in order to get there you need to take the stairs, which were ( Dangerously Very steep). But once you got downstairs, you were amazed once again with the great colour choice and comfy cozy beds! I must mention however, it looked like nobody had hoovered the floor in months, as it was noticeably dirty. Overall, would definitely pick it again!
0/53 Reviews
0.92km from Stichting The Network University
Me and my friend stayed at this hotel last weekend for joint 30th birthday celebrations. We were really surprised to see they had decorated our room as We let them know it was our birthdays on the booking not really expecting anything. This was really nice of them. The room was clean and modern with a fridge however is quite small but this was fine for us as we only used the room to sleep and shower. We had the deluxe double room with the balcony this is however shared with the room next door. I didn’t rate excellent as I was expecting the hotel to be right in the centre based on what we read before hand.. however it is about a 20 minute walk to dam square or the tram stop is literally on the door step of the hotel and is 3 stops and around 5 minutes into the centre which was fine. Overall the hotel is nice and in a good location however not smack bang in the centre of all the action.
3.9/515 Reviews
0.92km from Stichting The Network University
We stayed in rm 221 (the piano room). What a funky room! It had a bed large enough for 10 people and table and chairs for 10 as well. The whole room is whimsical. The bathroom is downstairs and the shower is upstairs here’s also a grand piano with a funky (but cool) chandelier over it. The windows are 3 stories tall with a remote control that opens and closes them. We stayed over the first 2 weeks of March and it was blustery weather. Sometimes you could hear the wind howl but the hotel provided ear plugs (didn’t use them because it adds ambience). Then there’s the history of the place. It’s practically it’s own museum. I ended up climbing like 5 flights of stairs just reading and looking at the pictures on the walls which documented the history of the hotel. Fascinating! It’s been many things (detention center for immigrants entering the country, a hiding place for Jews during the war as well as a detention center for them later, a juvenile detention center, and an art community among others). The hotel restaurant is quite good and is utilized by locals as well. Make sure to try their bitterballen! The staff is amazing and concerned with your comfort. Every interaction with them was pleasurable. They’re very helpful in providing help with things to do and they’re happy to tell you where all the good places to eat are. They have the ability to print tram tickets (they get cheaper the more days you put on them so consider one for your entire stay!) as well as tickets to most venues (avoid standing in ticket lines!). I think it’s perfectly placed to ensure a peaceful stay. It’s right near the Reitland Park stop on line 7 that’ll take you directly in to town or you can take the escalator and catch 26 to the Centraal Station to take a free ferry over to north Amsterdam or the train to wherever you feel like going. Compare; $35-40 for an Uber/taxi to the airport to $6 by train. Then there’s the Spanish restaurant in front of the hotel and to the left that serves mainly seafood and tapas. Directly in front of the hotel is a little park with a canal boat stop for Lloyd Hotel. Across the street is a strip shopping mall deal with a grocery store, a CVS-like pharmacy, hair salons, and bank (ING) as well as a butcher, flower shop and others. Overall it was a lovely break from the stuffiness of the Ritz and the mediocrity of chains. Had a great stay!
3.8/513 Reviews
0.93km from Stichting The Network University
This hotel is great for a short city break. For the price we paid, the hotel exceeded expectations! The room was spacious, clean and had plenty of storage- plus comfy beds!! Decent sized bathroom too. The room was cleaned daily and everything was spotless. The location of the hotel is good, the centre being around a 15 minute walk but there is plenty to see on the way! The plantage area is very nice and quiet and there’s a tram stop right outside of the hotel (literally 10 strides!!!) The staff were really friendly and helpful. Would recommend this hotel for a short city break!
4.7/5Outstanding34 Reviews
0.96km from Stichting The Network University
I only stayed for one night But it was amazing. The room was clean and the staff are friendly. My room mates were all on a solo trip so we decided to explore Amsterdam together and that made my stay even better. Bed, sheet and blankets were clean. It was a bit expensive actually but I think because it’s a peak season. If you’re looking into staying somewhere quiet and not so far from central then this is the places. It would take at least 15 minutes to get to the metro station WEESPERPLEIN from the hostel. Wasn’t a problem with me as I like walking but if you have a lot of stuff with you and are planning on walking then you might have to think again. Anyway, I had a great time in Amsterdam and part if the experience was staying in this hostel. Would stay here again the next time I visit Amsterdam. Cheers!
3.9/510 Reviews
1km from Stichting The Network University
Great hotel and friendly staff. We arrived late on a Friday night and had booked a room for 4. We had no expectations for the room as it was so cheap but were pleasantly surprised. The room was on the first floor and was huge with 4 comfortable beds, a seating area and a very large en-suite bathroom with jacuzzi bath and separate shower. The hotel was centrally placed opposite a park and a canal in a quiet leafy location. A fabulous cafe bar (Smit&Voot) was 20 steps away - which served great food and snacks until 1am. Being a girls weekend away we didn’t make use of the hotel’s dining facilities but they had a warm cosy dining room and served breakfast @€10 until 10am. Checkout was a relaxed 11am and, as we had a late flight home on Sunday, we were able to leave our bags in a locked room after checkout until returning at our convenience to collect them. Great location, friendly helpful staff, clean airy room and very reasonably priced. We will be booking again for sure!
3.9/510 Reviews
1.02km from Stichting The Network University
We spent three nights in the “Violet” apartment, which is actually a tiny house, with one room upstairs and one downstairs. Really rather cute. Beware - the spiral staircase is high and quite steep. Pros: the location. Plantage is an interesting part of town, quiet and tree-lined and particularly good for the Portuguese synagogue and the Jewish museum. Rembrandtplein is perhaps 15 mins walk, the old town a bit further. For the museums quarter you will want to take a tram. There is a good but expensive Spar supermarket 6 or 7 mins walk away; Lidl is a bit further. Oh, and despite what has been written it was very clean. Cons: it may be a house, but it is tiny, particularly the bedroom (double bed up against the wall). There is no clothes storage apart from a few hangers. The shower room leads off the bedroom and the light switches on automatically when you open the door. It then stays on for 20 mins at least, with no override. Not great in the middle of the night. Check in at the Allure hotel works OK, but it is at least 45 mins to walk (with bags) from Centraal Station (but there is always the Metro). If your apartment is not ready when you arrive then you can leave your bags at the hotel; there is a good tram route from there to the museums quarter, if you want to try that out whilst you’re waiting. Overall - yes it does the job, and it’s probably OK by Amsterdam standards.

Hotels Near Stichting The Network University In Amsterdam Review

4.6/542 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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4.6/590 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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4.7/5184 Reviews
I visited this hotel in October 2020 with my partner to celebrate his birthday ( we were supposed to go in March but pushed back due to the pandemic). The guest relations staff stayed in touch with me the day up until my visit which I thought was lovely. We arrived at the hotel and were greeted personally by Tania who I cannot rate highly enough! She is AMAZING! She is genuinely one of the loveliest people I have ever met. We got to our room which had been decorated with balloons, confetti hearts & little gifts such as prosecco and chocolate, it was absolutely beautiful. All decorated by the lovely Tania. The room was stunning, the view was amazing, the bed was amazing. Even though everything in Amsterdam was shut due to the lockdown ( you could get takeaway) it didn’t matter as the hotel alone was great! We will definitely be visiting again and cannot wait to see the hotel staff, especially Tania :-)
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4.6/566 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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4.7/5119 Reviews
It is also a new time to play in Amsterdam. It is economical to travel alone, but also to be safe and clean. I also want to chat with strangers. I simply realized the idea of staying in a youth hostel when I was young. The city freedom is a little expensive, eat a nutritious breakfast for 15 euros-live in a normal hotel for 150 euros, analyze my personal preferences and budget, or save the hotel money properly, use the hotel Money is enough in Amsterdam for two days ... By the way, there are problems with card swiping in this place, let alone cash, I found my sister in Germany for 500 Euros and took it away. When I came to this hostel, I first felt that the surrounding environment was good in literature and art, and the youngest and most fashionable Holland ~ This youth hostel should be opened in a building of an art institute, and there is an eye museum with a beautiful scenery (I think it should be a newcomer) Part of the punching ground is still under construction, but it is quite standard.) The room is clean and the traffic is convenient. Needless to say, it can no longer be convenient: the airport can take a train to the Central Station for 20 minutes and come out to take a free ferry. Friends who arrive by train don't even have to buy a ticket to cross the train station. Take the ferry and go straight to the hotel. The question about the ferry at the beginning of the word B is actually very clear and marked. The hostel facilities are everything, and there are bars in the evening. I drank a lot of beer at the bar and the bartender was very handsome.
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4.6/588 Reviews
Beyond a very high standard of accommodation (and most important these days), NH Barbizon Palace displayed a strong anti-pandemic policy. Except for a minor housekeeping lapse in room preparation our stay in mid-August was perfect in every way, starting with a great welcome at the front desk and positive / attentive attitudes displayed by all staff throughout the weekend. I observed ongoing/updated cleaning throughout the hotel and there were numerous hand sanitation dispensers. Breakfast was abundant, with wide social distancing and sanitizing station for use before every time at buffet. Staff re-cleaned areas as soon as they had been used once (on a side note, Amsterdam itself was less crowded than usual and 50-50 in terms of masks and social distance, with the nearby, crowded red-light district pretty much in "what pandemic?" mode). Other hotel pluses were a very good gym/spa area my wife and I had to ourselves (I think sometimes a reservation system is in place) super comfy bed, big HD TV with multiple-language channels, quick wifi with no connectivity issues and an excellent location near train station and center city. Late check out allowed for a bit of extra sightseeing. I'm planning to return as soon as possible.
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