See why so many travelers make Hotel 83 Amsterdam their hotel of choice when visiting Amsterdam. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Dam Square (0.2 mi) and Body Worlds (0.2 mi) make Hotel 83 Amsterdam a great place to stay when visiting Amsterdam.
Hotel 83 Amsterdam features a 24 hour front desk, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast.
While in Amsterdam be sure to experience local tapas favorites at Foodhallen, Momo, or PIQNIQ.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular history museums, such as Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum, and Het Scheepvaartmuseum| The National Maritime Museum.
At Hotel 83 Amsterdam, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Amsterdam.
Fancied a couple of days in Amsterdam and this was the only affordable place available in the red light area with decent reviews. Had a double room to myself, sharing a toilet and shower with a neighbour. Had a handy wash basin/urinal in my room. Room was clean, but I could smell cigarettes in the hall. Didn't get up for breakfast, and I'd be surprised if many people do as it's on;y for one hour and early. Hotel wifi was good. Had a TV in the room, the remote to which you get at reception for a e10 deposit. Found the people working there fine. There's a handy sex shop on the ground floor for those last minute gifts. I would stay again.
Visited with a few of my other friends, different man on the desk every time we would come back just a really weird atmosphere and smoking inside too. Not the best experience, we tried to stay out as much as we could tbh. Maybe as a couple it would be ok? Also a few hairs in the bed and was pretty basic too. Would say hostel not hotel :/
24 hr reception, room great, we decided on spending bit extra for our own bathroom,but you can get cheaper room if your willing to share bathroom, very spacious comfortable bed, nice clean room, looking out window did look like scene off taken when he climbs into daughters flat lol, lovely staff and had the pleasure of meeting the hotels cat! ... looking forward to a visit again in oct, little hint dont wear heels... stairs are steep 😊
If you don’t want your stuff to get stolen while you are not in the room, void this hotel! They get into rooms, touch people’s stuff and see what they can grab. Also, the smell inside remembers me when I see sometime some poor homeless in the street. DISGUSTING. VOID IT!
Hotel 83 is in the middle of the red light district. We knew about this beforehand and were happy with this. Our room was spacious, but it was very hot during our visit in Amsterdam and we could open the windows just a little bit. There was no air conditioner and just a very small ventilator. Breakfast was included, but after 15 minutes not being asked for coffee/tea we went to the coffee maker to make some coffee ourselves. Then, an unmotivated guy with headphones stood up (apparently he was the employee responsible for breakfast) and did his job. All in all Hotel 83 is a good, cheap hotel, but do not expect more than a room to sleep.
stayed here for 2 nights 8 fellas two rooms on a stag do good location good price don’t know about breakfast didn’t get up in time polite staff friendly wasn’t the cleanest place but get what you pay for perfect if you just want somewhere to get your head down for the night.
Basic hotel but great location. Comfy bed, good shower room with free toiletries and towels. TV & a fan in the room but not much else. The stairs are steep so bear that in mind if you have mobility issues and breakfast is only on 8-9 so would be better if it was available till later.
We ended up in this hotel because of the location and last minute reservation. I will definitely not go back. The hotel is filthy. As soon as we got into our room, we had to ask the front desk to change the beddings because they were dirty (hair and pubs were found on bedsheets). After 45 mins of waiting for a staff to change the beddings, I went back to the front desk and was told that he could not tell us what time the cleaners could come to change the sheets. It was a rainy night at 10 pm. We were too tired from a long trip and just want to go to bed, so I asked the front desk to give us the bedsheets and we would change them ourselves. OMG, i should not have looked at the condition of the mattress...So UNACCEPTABLE.
Just spent 3 nights here. Great location if you are in the dam for the party but if you're a family or in the city for sightseeing that doesnt include the red light area etc you may be a little disappointed. Breakfast served from 8 till 9am and rather bare but clean comfortable rooms with soft beds and warm duvets. Steep stairs that may be difficult to use if infirm but it is Amsterdam and every hotel I've ever been to in the city has steep stairs. Unfortunately they do not have a lift. There is a good bar next door (Cafe Remember) and easily walkable to and from central station. Good value for money. Eccentric man on the front desk who can come across as a little aggressive but the guy who provides the breakfast is very happy and friendly. Highly recommended for a boy or girls weekend in the dam. …
I stayed in this dirty hotel 2 nights and I saw only male guest there. And this is not surprise, because hotel is located in the middle of red lights and naked girls. I do not imagine that I will stay in this kind hotel with my wife or girlfriend... OMG! This hotel has 2*, but I paid €100 per night with a light breakfast. Overpriced, but this is Amsterdam. Turists, turists and more turists on every street, especially by the windows with red lights and in coffee shops of course. There is not any lift and stairs are not for disabled people. Room was spacious, but empty. Only bed, closet, smudgy table, tired chair and Grundig TV with remote control of Philips. Bath room was better and looked like a bath room in normal hotels. You can open window and have a view, from my room to the rooftop of the next building. Why only 2 points? Because I forgot the charger of my iPad in room. I tried to call to hotel's number, I have sent 2 e-mails. Not any answer. My friend visited this hotel 3 days later and asked from reception, did they find this charger, they didn't know nothing. If possible, please select another hotel in Amsterdam!…