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The staff are wonderful and helpful. The hotel is very lux and the rooms are spectacular. Just down the street from shopping and restaurants and a quick uber drive to the main attractions. I defiantly recommend staying here. I cant wait to return.
A beautiful contemporary hotel, located in the south of Amsterdam. A weekend break in this affluent, quiet part of Amsterdam is exactly what you need after a busy week. Easy access to transportation to take you to the heart of the city within 10/15 minutes. Alternatively, you can slowly amble through the residential streets, taking in the sights and culture of the Dutch. I stayed in the executive quarters, which was well presented. Included in the price was the complementary mini bar, which offered wine water soft drinks a tin of Pringles. A good selection, however perplexed as to why only one of each selection, when the room is set up for couples, even one hit chocolate. The bathroom, clean and of a reasonable size but the jacuzzi bath was rusty and a little tired. Considering the room rate, it disappointed. Good in room entertainment, tv and radio. Confortable bed and seating within the room. Overall the room was ok a bit on the small side but comfortable and spotlessly clean. The staff are all warm and friendly. Breakfast.... expensive and a little disappointing as we found the hot buffet was lukewarm. A fair selection of hot and cold breakfast selection to cater for all. A lovely stay, on the pricey side as some remedial work needs to be done, but I would recommend the location if you are looking for peace, safe and beautiful area.
I stayed here for a weekend break in Amsterdam for my boyfriends birthday. May I say first off that the hotel is immaculately clean, the rooms lovely, really comfy beds & nothing to grumble about on that front... if I could rate it on that basis I’d give it 5 stars.
However, a few ‘buyer beware’ points which you aren’t actually made aware of/may not realise. You have to pay €50 per night that you stay in the hotel as deposit for the Mini bar. Not told about this so when I arrived €150 went straight away (quite a bit of our budget you can appreciate). Not ideal. Luckily I had some money we could use. It does get refunded when you leave though, just be aware of this.
Location, not brilliant to be honest if you’re like me and wanted to be doing lots of stuff like museums etc it’s quite out of the way. About 15-20 minute walk to Rijksmuseum & 1 hour walk to dam square/centre.
Rooms are clean as mentioned but small, we had two separate beds which wasn’t great had to push them together & the cleaner kept separating them.
Reception staff are ok, helpful enough... one guy in particular but I can’t remember name was nice.
Restaurant & bar expensive so didn’t eat here. Overall would say nice hotel but not really for a couples break away if your into doing stuff like us & going out at night as no bars we could find round the hotel. Didn’t wow us but was comfy & clean which is the main point! Noticed allot of business men/women so perhaps more for this type of trip?
Checked in for one night stay. Room is clean. Location is near airport.
Paid 339Euros (before tax) a night - no complimentary water, no hairdryer. Called hotel - response was all hairdryers are out on loan, you can try to get a hairdryer the next morning. Hairdryer is a basic amenity in the room.
Mixed review: Checked in to my executive room, ‘free’ mini bar had not been checked - expired drinks from previous stay were still there. Had to call/ speak with guest service twice. The Duty Manager was not helpful & needed a prompt to deal with this. She somewhat grudgingly sorted. Not five star service!
Other issues: The rooms are cold/freezing - I have never before felt so cold in a hotel room, please allow the temperature control to be set above 22 degrees. The staff on the front desk are a mixed bunch re quality of 5 star service.
Amsterdam is a relatively safe city however, you need to be careful in proximity of the Central Station, Damrak, not to mention the red lights district. You can take a tram from central station to the hotel. If in doubt... More
Amsterdam is a relatively safe city however, you need to be careful in proximity of the Central Station, Damrak, not to mention the red lights district. You can take a tram from central station to the hotel. If in doubt, call the hotel and they will guide you (front desk is friendly and helpful). I've been visiting Amsterdam for years and never had a problem.
Beware of pick pockets on local trains (especially Schipol-Central Station). Let me know if you have more questions.