I booked a standard room for 84 euros per night, but at the hotel I was proposed to have an upgrade to executive, business or suite. We chose executive for 40 euros extra per night including breakfast (which costs 25euros per person). The room number 506 with the view on the street. It was a value deal. Breakfast includes different types of ham, cheese, eggs, cereals, fresh juices and even roast potato etc. To have a breakfast nearby in cafés will cost you around15/20 euros per person. So it's not worth looking for a place to eat if you can do it in the hotel. As for the service - it was excellent. We asked a cleaning guy for a tooth brush which we forgot at home. He didn't speak English and advised to ask the receptionist, we totally forgot to do it, but when we came late night tooth brush and paste was lying in our room. One thing I didn't liked that I was charged extra 200 euros, the money was blocked the moment of arrival and I got it back only at check out in cash. But probably that's how it works. My advice: take a room with the view ( not inside the patio), take a breakfast, book a room upper class like executive or business.
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- Unique Hotel Complex incorporating 17th & 18th-century merchant houses with newer buildings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Radisson Blu Hotel, Amsterdam Hotel Amsterdam
- Radisson Amsterdam
- Amsterdam Radisson
- Radisson Sas Amsterdam