Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Alkmaar does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Familie hotel Alkmaar, a nice option for travelers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Kissing Cheesegirl (0.1 mi) and de Visbanken of Vismarkt uit 1755 (0.1 mi) make Familie hotel Alkmaar a great place to stay when visiting Alkmaar.
Familie hotel Alkmaar features baggage storage and newspaper. For guests with a vehicle, there is paid private parking available nearby.
While visiting Alkmaar, you may want to try some ribs at one of the nearby restaurants, such as De Buren.
If you are interested in exploring Alkmaar, check out one of the architectural buildings, such as Accijnstoren van Alkmaar uit 1622, het Hof van Sonoy van Alkmaar uit 1574, and Het Huis Met De Kogel Uit 1557.
Familie hotel Alkmaar looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Alkmaar.
We stayed in Familie hotel for a month and it was our most horrible stay! Housekeeping was only once a week and quite poor but they do expect you to clean rooms very tidy! The owner sent me letters (see attachment) and sms with complaints about 'not clean' apartment. In the middle of the day I could get a message: "When you will be back? I need to talk to you about the situation in your apartment". I believe it's very unethical and unprofessional to make any comments of this nature while we are staying in the hotel. After two weeks we started receiving threats of charging us extra fees for 'damage to the walls.' They said the walls were dirty and flour was sticky. All these accusations were false. In order to prove it one of our agents came to inspect the rooms along with the owners in our last day. The hotel owners checked every corner (walls, furniture, beds, mattresses, etc.) and concluded there weren't any damage and everything was good. Obviously, the owner intended to make extra money by submitting baseless claims. Furthermore, unlike what the name Familie hotel suggests this place is not a family place at all. On several occasions, men would ring our bell by mistake stating that they had an appointment with a girl named ... only to realize that they entered the unit next door for some illegitimate business. We regretted that we didn't call to the police that night! By the way, we stayed there for so long because they never refund back. Our agent made a mistake buy paying for a whole month in advance. This hotel doesn't meet hotel standards!…
I visited Alkmaar for a weekend trip, the hotel owners were very welcoming and were very patient after a flight delay, they were also at hand to help no matter what the problem (my flight home was cancelled and the owners helped me by offering to extend my checkout time and even to print my boarding pass) the room was slightly dated but was very clean and I had my own roof terrace which I asked for in advance. The facilities in the hotel are open to all guests (tea, coffee, cooker, washing machine etc.) I will definitely be booking again and would recommend this hotel to anyone
Just come back from Alkmaar. We stayed in Familie Hotel for 3 nights so we could get to the Liquidity festival. Bob the owner was very welcoming, friendly and approachable. The apartment we had slept four and was perfect. Very spacious with bedroom areas, seating area, shower room and kitchen sink. Reminded me of Ikea. There was also a massive shared seating area and kitchen area with fridge freezer, sink, cutlery, glasses, plates and everything else that you would need. The hotel is in the centre of alkmaar town with a variety of shops, bars and eating areas. Would stay there again. Recommended
Good location, blandly new place, just like an IKEA catalogue :) Possibility for parking (for an extra fee). The rooms are nice, big and clean. However we had a fight with the heating system. Even stopped, it was still running. So we suffered a bit during the night. But i do not think that is the case during summer ;) Breakfast is good and healty. Mostly designed for not-meet-eaters.
Where to start? First, there is no sense going to the Pay Glop address to check in, it is just a door to the street. The alternate location on Boterstraat is a shop that is open regular business hours only. While we didn't ask, we had no way to contact management outside of those hours so be careful about check-in and check-out. We were able to get a parking spot through them in a nearby basement garage (3 or 4) blocks which was pretty handy, but a little difficult to get out of. ( steep grade and narrow street at the top of the ramp) The streets are closed to car traffic around the apartment, so plan to carry bags a few blocks from nearest public parking when you get there and leave. We had a flat up two flights of moderately steep steel exterior stairs with a shared common area with a full kitchen and dining area. Our flat was nicely appointed with a couch, large table two sets of two single beds in two big rooms, but the bathroom and shower were off the common room. I believe that the other flat which shared the common room had bathroom and shower facilities in their area, but I'm not sure of that. Also there are other rooms associated with this facility occupying other adjoining buildings which appear to be somehow connected internally. We were there on Good Friday so there may have been more than usual, but we could hear a lot of carillon and bells from multiple places throughout much of the night. The wife appears to handle the cleaning and she seems very nice. The husband runs the shop and checks people in and out but was not as friendly as he could have been, but we were a little early to check in and there was a little issue with the parking so maybe that explains the response. All-in-all, interesting, clean and spacious with idiosyncrasies. …