We arrived at Amsterdam Centraal, by train, from an early morning flight from Singapore.
The, approximately, 6 minute walk to the hotel was straight towards Dam Square from the station.
Don’t blink or you will miss the insignificant doorway, which we did and had to back track.
Book in time was 3pm but we were told maybe 2pm. We asked to store our bags and went to explore.
We did return at 2pm but the room was not ready and we were told that we could wait on the first floor. A couple of large divans and plenty of cushions made the next hour at least comfortable.
The room we booked had a 1 star rating on the first floor facing Damrak Street. [After having read many, varying reviews on the 1 star rooms, we were ready to ask for an upgrade if necessary]
The main part of the room, number 119, was small, contained two single beds, a small desk, chair, safe, a bedside table and the wall was decorated with handbags, both real and paper. Two other doors were 1 to the shower and hand basin and 2 to the toilet.
There was no cupboard or drawers but a rack to hand a few garments on.
Storing our suitcases was difficult because of limited floor space so, one was stored under the desk and the other in the toilet, which was quite roomy. So for the two nights we were there we lived out of our cases.
Overall the room was clean and fresh, comfortable beds and serviced daily. We don’t remember being bothered by any excessive noise from the street.
We are senior travellers, both over 70, and like our comfort but we were happy with the room for the price we paid.