Conscious Hotel Westerpark is situated in Amsterdam, 1.2 km from the Jordaan area and 1.4 km from Anne Frank House. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.Rooms include a flat-screen TV. Some rooms have a seating area where you can relax. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.You will find a 24-hour front desk and gift shop at the property.The hotel also offers bike hire. Amsterdam Central Station is 2.1 km from Conscious Hotel Westerpark, while Royal Palace Amsterdam is 1.9 km away. The nearest airport is Schiphol Airport, 12 km from Conscious Hotel Westerpark.
Only 800 metres from the Anne Frank House and Westerchurch, Linden Hotel is situated in a 18th century historical building in the Jordaan district in Amsterdam. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas.Linden Hotel has been renovated in 2013 and offers rooms with a seating area, flat-screen TV, and coffee and tea facilities. The private bathroom includes a hair dryer.Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast in the morning.The Nieuwe Willemstraat tram stop is 200 metres from the accommodation and offers connection to Haarlemmerplein. Amsterdam Central Station, as well as, the Stedelijk Museum, Rijksmuseum, and Van Gogh Museum are reachable by public transport within 10 minutes. Dam Square, featuring the Royal Palace, is 1.5 km away.
Hotel Teun is a popular choice amongst travelers in Amsterdam, whether exploring or just passing through. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. Wi-Fi in public areas, restaurant, bar, safety deposit boxes, shops are there for guest's enjoyment. All rooms are designed and decorated to make guests feel right at home, and some rooms come with internet access – wireless, non smoking rooms, heating, television, television LCD/plasma screen. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Hotel Teun combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in Amsterdam unforgettable.
Located 600 metres from Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Hotel Il Fiore features a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.Each room has a TV. Certain rooms feature a seating area for your convenience. The rooms include a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.There is room service at the property.The hotel also offers bike hire. Regardz Zilveren Toren Amsterdam is 800 metres from Hotel Il Fiore, while Royal Palace Amsterdam is 1 km away. The nearest airport is Schiphol Airport, 11 km from Hotel Il Fiore.
Art Hotel Dulac is situated in an historic former bank on the Haarlemmerstraat in the Jordaan district. This modern hotel offers elegant rooms with light décor, extra-long beds and flat-screen satellite TV. It includes a jazz and soul inspired restaurant.Each of the sound-proofed rooms at Dulac Art Hotel features air conditioning, a work desk and views over the city. They also include a contemporary bathroom with a shower. Guests can make use of free Wi-Fi in the public areas.Dulac is less than a 10-minute walk from Amsterdam Central Railway Station. The Anne Frank House is a 10-minute walk away. Dam Square, featuring the Royal Palace is 15 minutes away on foot. Bicycle rental and packed lunch are available at the hotel.Restaurant Dulac serves a menu of dishes with Mediterranean touches. Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast buffet, and lunch or dinner in a casual setting which features unique memorabilia on the walls.
The staff felt that everyone was very powerful in making this hotel more attractive. It made me feel friendly and warm (especially the lady at the reception! It was bright and just like a signboard girl).
The hotel has converted traditional architecture into a modern boutique hotel. It is comfortable with an elevator and air conditioning. There was also Nespresso in the room. The amenities are also of good quality.
The location is perfect (it takes about 10 minutes to reach the central station, so you don't have to worry about sightseeing, shopping, or dining).
It took about 25 minutes by taxi to the airport for 45 euros. If the number of passengers is 3 or more and you have a lot of luggage, it may be more convenient than using public transportation.
There is a refrigerator, but it's small and contains drinks that you pay for what you drink, so you can't put in too much extra.
It is well known that hotels in Europe are relatively small. The design of the hotel is very good. The bed is comfortable but it is really too small! The hotel is a bit old and I can't see the canal in the room where I lived. It's a bit sad.
This is un doubtly one of the best boutique Hotels I have ever had te pleasure of staying in. The location is excellent, mins walk to the heart of Amsterdam, restaurants, shops, walk or close to the tram and train station. The Toren is unique and tastefully furnished, amazing rooms, wonderful luxurious touches from the moment you walk into the foyer. But the real stars here are the staff members, I cannot say enough about the amazing service provided by these people starting with Diego who I spoke to on the phone whilst booking the room went the extra mile to explain and make sure I understood all the details, check in was a breeze with Sandia, very knowledgeable and helpful assisted us with all of our queries, although the room was not ready when we arrived Sandia suggested a place restaurant for lunch and even made the booking for us, when we returned to the hotel, Diego was at reception he showed us to our room and all I could say was WOW, WOW I was celebrating a belated birthday there simply are not enough words to express my gratitude for the efforts made by Diego and the other staff members to prepare the room with many wonderful surprises. A magical experience for me personally THANK YOU DIEGO, SANDIA, DAVY, forgive me for forgetting the rest of the staff members of The Toren, we used the bar virtually every night we stayed 4 nights, the barmen very accommodating and knowledgeable, not to mention breakfast the chef went out of his way to make me my white egg omelets which were delicious, not to mention my yummy cappuccinos with a lovely tulip images. All in all a wonderful stay and would definitely go back and stay again when in Amsterdam. THANK YOU to all for making our stay a very memorable one.
I was in room 70. Don’t ask me why rooms 30+ are on the 1st floor, rooms 40+ are on the 2nd floor, etc . The very slow (although fairly new lift) only goes to the 4th floor and then there are 13 small narrow step (dragging heavy luggage to rooms 70 & 71.. My little room was up in the attic. The view from the front was very nice over the canal. The views on the sides were of the roofs next door with their exhaust vents whirring away. Because I was in the attic the room was so hot but I couldn’t find the air cond remote. I asked the cleaner but she only spoke Chinese (which I don’t). Apparently you have to ask for one at reception as people were stealing them. The room was clean and neat. It was very small but adequate. I just had to make sure I didn’t hit my head on the beams in the ceiling while getting into bed. The hotel is centrally located which is convenient. The hotel does serve a continental breakfast for €15 but I didn’t have it. The staff very very friendly and you get a little goodie bag (chips, drink, candies on checkout).
Cool hotel, Laid back and very comfortable. Watch yourself going up and down the stairs if you have had a drink in you. Treacherous! But that is normal in old Amsterdam. I loved the neighborhood. Good place for a party. This hotel has a very pleasant cafe at the front that serves really spectacular rich continental breakfasts and excellent coffee. Friendly staff all around. Would definitely come back again on my next trip to Amsterdam!
With a stay at Cityview Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Amsterdam, steps from Herengracht Canal and 11 minutes by foot from New Church. This hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Anne Frank House and 0.6 mi (1 km) from Royal Palace.Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and an elevator.Make yourself at home in one of the 12 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as laptop-compatible safes and coffee/tea makers.
We stayed for 4 nights. The location is fantastic. Close to station and all main areas all being a short walk away. The team were all brilliant. Welcoming and accommodating from the 1st moment we arrived. Everyone was so friendly and it is everything that you miss in most hotels. The hotel is in an original canal house with a lovely reception and the room having everything you need. We can’t recommend this hotel enough and we will be back. Congratulations to being a top destination with a brilliant team.
The apartment was clean and fully equipped with everything you would need such as a fully stocked kitchen and even toothbrushes and toothpaste in the bathroom. Comfortable bed and sofa also. The staff were friendly and answered any questions we had. They are in a prime location less than 10 minutes walk from Centraal Station which has all the transport links to the rest of the city. The blinds in the room were a bit too light and didn't really block out much light in the mornings. Blackout blinds would be better. Windows couldnt be opened either but there was air conditioning so the room could be properly ventilated. Would definetely come back on my next trip to Amsterdam.
Although the Chinese are in business, they have not taken into account the Chinese. The breakfast is pure European style, the bathroom is too small, there are no washing supplies, not even a glass cup. We often travel on business, and we will bring personal items, but we did not expect to bring cup. Wanting to sing a sip of water, the waiter said to turn on the tap and drink it by himself. But the wash basin was too small, and my mouth couldn't get water. I want to rent a car. The hotel cannot provide any business cards. I hope the hotel can improve and support the Chinese operation as a Chinese. It's best to add one boiled water and two glasses
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.
Location location location! But with that in mind know that you were in the heart of Amsterdam on a very busy Square and if you’re room faces the square it will be fairly loud at night. Some nights until one or 2 o’clock in the morning. The stairs were very steep, it is Amsterdam after all, but the staff was very friendly and helpful. The walls are thin but the rooms were relatively clean. For younger folks down there to have a good time and then late nights out, it’s perfect! For old codgers like me who don’t want to walk up several flights of ladder type stairs… Find a place with a lift
I have lived in other NHs and the impressions are quite good. This time, I have specially set up three people to increase the room. When I enter the room, I am very disappointed. Isn't this our seven-day hotel chain in China? It’s still awkward than Hanting’s ~275 Euro~ probably because of the disappointment of Giethoorn during the day, because of the disappointment of this nh hotel, I was most disappointed with the European trip to Amsterdam, and I don’t want to go anymore.
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 service at this hotel is five star even though it’s probably a three star hotel; the staff at the reception area are incredibly helpful. The owners of this hotel need to find a way to bottle the service provided by the receptionist because if they can do that they could make billions. The apartments are absolutely wonderful and the beds are Sublime
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
We stayed at the hotel in Slottermeelan for 3 nights. Our first impression was not great. The hotel is drop dead ugly and quit unkempt outside with people sitting around on the steps and the front door locked. Once you get inside things feel somewhat better and the staff are really lovely and helpful. The rooms are a little tired and the small pillows are weird but provide everything one would need. Coffee is left but there is no food at the hotel and is is a no alcohol place which I presumed was due to it being in the Turkish quarter. The area is not the best with little to do and you would not go back to the hotel and then go out for dinner nearby as there isn't a viable option if you want a vino with your meal. A short walk from trams into Amsterdam centre and the nearby bus is very easy for getting to the airport and much cheaper than a taxi. Overall impression is OK due more to the lovely staff than anything else.
The hotel is in a good location, less than 10 minutes' walk from Sloterdijk station, and there is a small supermarket nearby, but there are fewer restaurants nearby because of the new district, and it is very convenient to go to the windmill village and the city center. We booked a triple room. The room was quite large and provided free tea bags and an electric kettle. The water bar in the hotel lobby also had free coffee milk hot water. Shower gel shampoo body milk shower cap provided, toothbrush slippers not provided. The shortcoming is that the room is not powered without a card, the heating is not running, and the heating is installed on it, and the warm air has not come down, but we stayed for one night and the quilt was relatively warm, so we did not find the hotel front desk.
Great hotel, stylish design and peaceful, quiet and private pods. Easy to get to train station (few minutes walk) that takes you straight to Amsterdam Centraal in one stop. Nice bar and restaurant. If you are not going to stay there, still go for a drink or something to eat!
Just not worth it at this time. Dissapointed, entrance felt good but its really small and packed. Room had no geeky feeling only one painting of batman.. thin walls and bad lightning in the (bath)room, lightning was only a RGB strip in the bathroom so not able to see anything in it. Got two consoles in the room but only could use one because the other one did sound like it was going to explode, told the staff but no response back. Staff-team felt stressed out and were complaining to other members in front of the guests. No welcoming at check-in nor showing around the hotel or things to do in Amsterdam. Only saw the entrance of the arcade room and felt like a 5 by 3 meter long. Didn't went inside it. No pc room because it was closed while actually payed for this at booking as well as the arcade room it self. They showed a VR set on the picture but haven't seen any VR stuff at all. Breakfast felt lacking. No ham, cheese, chicken or baked buns only one piece of fruit, a small snack and 2 crossaints. Coffee (Was really bitter) and thee you had to go downstairs for and as a gamer it would be really nice to have something to drink in your room. Also no fridge or anything to store snacks or keep drinks cool. Payed for breakfast at booking but only got it once out of the two times we should've got it so that was a waste of money... Bar was really small no place to sit down. There was only one place but there was a meeting going on and the gaming places were full with two famillies playing games downstairs. They had 2 cats tho which was nice. For games in your room you have to go downstairs and get one every single time and as a lazy gamer it would've been better if you had some games on or with your console. Also found tissues on the floor next to the bed that were used from the people before us in the hotel room.
A great hotel for a trip to the Netherlands First of all, the front desk staff is really very warm and the service is excellent. Even if I can't send a train ticket to their official email, the staff still try to help me try the final successful print. Overall hygiene is very clean and tidy Go to the supermarket every day to buy It is recommended to buy day tickets for travel tram19 metro51 20-30 minutes Day tickets can be purchased from ako shop in sloterdijk or blue machine supermarket to albert heijin
A hotel with a venerable tradition, a building with roots in the early twentieth century, and wonderfully modern amenities. One of a kind, overlooking the ravishing Prinsengracht canal. A short walk to the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh -- great cafes and restaurants all around (try Black across the canal)!
Everything went not just "as planned" but BETTER than planned with our stay at this hotel. Check-in was smooth and so helpful in showing us the ropes. Our room was the best in our many day trip to Europe. The breakfast buffet made getting up in the morning something to look forward to (I can taste the breads right now!) Thanks for the easy access to the center of the city (bus #22) and great tips on how to navigate.
I never wrote negative review about any hotels I have stayed in the past but this hotel is the worst one which I must inform others travellers. We booked a canal facing double room in the month of March before covid19 pandemic started unfortunately we were not able to travel due to lockdown so we politely ask hotel by email if we could extend another date or if that's not possible cancel our reservation & ask for voucher but hotel seems never replied back even we have been trying call the hotel few days before travelling but no one responded our calls so finally after tried calling the hotel get through a person who pretend not to be the manager ask us call back not really helpful at all. So we had no other option to cancel our reservation & waited for receiving the balance money after calculation fees deducted but the hotel never refunded back any amount in fact they blame us for the cancellation. I think this hotel does not care about their customer only interested customer money when everyone suffering this pandemic it's really sad to loose money for nothing that we could not even stayed Beware of this hotel if booked via booking.com no free cancellation any circumstances customer faced hotel staff does not replied or don't send full refunds
Set a four-person room, a large bed with two single beds, a bunk bed. In the basement, the hotel is not bad, there is no slippers, a kettle, and there is a socket that can be directly charged without conversion. The hotel reception staff are very nice and can buy bus tickets at the front desk. The hotel is strategically located, not far from the Van Gogh Museum and the tram platform, with parking at the door. There are several kindergartens around, and the children and the local children are very happy.
The location is really very good, convenient from anywhere, the hotel is small, but understandable, the location in the city center, everything is worth it, there is a chance to come to the Netherlands again, it is really a man ’s paradise
This was my second visit to the Moxy Amsterdam and surely not the last. After visiting many properties around Europe, I can say this property is definitely my favourite one. The facilities follow a typical Moxy layout, but there are some special details that turn the Moxy Amsterdam way more special. The pool is amazing, the gym could be located at any 5-star hotel and the breakfast is top notch. I loved to have the breakfast at the upper level with great views to Amsterdam. The natural light is incredible. However, the true secret of this hotel is its Team (as any other good hotel!). The very well trained Moxy Crew went above and beyond to make sure my best friend would have a great birthday celebration - and they prepared our bedroom in a very Moxy way. Congratulations to all the Moxy Crew and its Captain for taking the guest experience to the next level! And thank you very much for the great time!
The breakfast was good, the hotel was clean and quiet, and the living experience was good. The twin room we stayed in had to say that the size of the house was small, but it was the case in Europe. Hotel location is very good, about 15 minutes walk from the train station, all kinds of dining downstairs, very close to the city attractions. Overall, good, recommended.
Hotel location is good: take a tram + boat out of the airport to the hotel.
Checked in on January 1. The original basic double room was full, and the reception was upgraded for free with a river view double room. The price is really high. The checkin service was good, recommended the restaurant and helped make an appointment. Bring in the room and introduce the facility.
The ground floor is a bar and table football, 🏓️ or something.
Stayed for two days, the adam look on the roof did not go, it was too cold. The highest swing in Europe, try it later!
The room has a mirror and is cleverly designed to make the room feel a third larger. The room is also new and the bathroom is clean.
The vinyl record player in the room & the elevator with disco ball is my favorite! Retro & romantic.
Recommended for couples ⭐️
This is a great hotel but you need to be sure to get the right room. I was fortunate to have a large room at the front of the building which was lovely. Bathroom was bit dark but the bed was large and very comfortable. I loved the surrounding area (behind hotel). Lots of local restaurants, supermarkets, cafes etc. So do go for a wander around the neighborhood. Breakfast was included and was very good. Overall a good stay.
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