Firstly we arrived early and were told to check into our room which was already ready would cost us 40 so I decided to go and have a look around Amsterdam which is a short tram ride away, (get the 1 it takes you closer than the 5.) To waste some time. Then when it was 2 we were asked to pay. I explained we had already paid and the receptionist checked and apologised.The room was ok, two beds, two chairs and a tv, some channels were in English, you can ask for extra pillow etc if you need them. Towels and shower gel included too. We had our own bathroom which was clean. No bath, a shower sink and toilet. We were upgraded so I can't comment on the cheap room we originally purchased. If you have mobility problems this hotel is not for you. There are a lot of stairs and no lifts. Not great with suitcases. The hotel has WiFi (free) and a pc downstairs and seating. They offer breakfast for ten euros which we didn't eat, it just looked like croissonts (there's a cafe across the road.) There is a supermarket, dominos, Thai and a starbucks five minutes away. LEDISPLIEN is a ten minute walk. No noise at night or during the day. (We had a baby who wouldn't stop crying from a house across the road.) There's a cute little garden and if you're lucky you can see some parrotts. I wouldn't say the hotel was terrible but I have stayed in better three stars. The staff were helpful and even let us store our luggage. I don't like the fact they give you the key and you have access to everyone's luggage and vice versa. It's not very safe but other than that. I'd stay there again if they're weren't so many stairs.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is housed in a 18th century building and part of the famous ‘United Europe’ buildings, this are seven houses and every house is an example of a typical building style from seven European countries (England, France, Germany, Russia, Spain, Italy and Holland). The rooms are well equipped with modern facilities to make sure your stay is as comfortable as possible.The hotel is located at the Vondelpark, near to all Amsterdam’s highlights such as the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, Albert Cuyp Maket, shops, bars, clubs and restaurants. The Roemer Visscherstraat is a quiet street, so you will be in the city centre of Amsterdam but still have a good night sleep.The hotel offers many services and facilities such as a private garden with terrace, free wireless internet throughout the building, tickets to various museums and activities, a continental breakfast and free city maps. Our reception is always open (24/7) and we will be happy to help you if you will need any additional services, facilities or information.The location is perfect to explore the city and our staff will make sure your stay in Amsterdam is one to remember. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Quentin England Amsterdam
- Hotel Quentin England