First the good things: good breakfast; a certain amount of charm; very nice, familial feeling.
But as with places with charm and a local feel, they sometimes push it, and it becomes just a shoddy attempt to show they don't have the desire, ethic, or money to spruce things up.
Being in Europe, though, you might enjoy the way the toilet works; but though the shower is very European, it doesn't have the feeling of being very clean.
The room I had was on the very top floor, but the stairs leading up (no elevator) are so narrow and steep, there's no way it would be allowed in North America. Coming down on the day of check out with my heavy suitcase, I almost fell. I stumbled down the stairs and hit a wall. Luckily, I escaped injury. But beware.
It is a hotspot for classical musicians with its proximity to the legendary Concertgebouw. You will see black and white pictures of many musicians in the lobby and in the dining space where the breakfast is served.
Breakfast has an array of meats, eggs (boiled or scrambled -- stick with boiled), and fruits. Tea and coffee are delicious. It's on a very quiet and charming street. But it is old. If you are looking for a European feel -- and don't mind roughing it a little for it -- you will enjoy this place.
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- Also Known As:
- Verdi Hotel Amsterdam