See why so many travelers make 't Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Amsterdam. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
T Hotel is a romantic hotel offering a flat screen TV and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Amsterdam. For guests with a vehicle, there is paid public parking available nearby.
Nearby landmarks such as Body Worlds (0.3 mi) and Dam Square (0.4 mi) make 't Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Amsterdam.
While in Amsterdam, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from T Hotel, including Foodhallen (1.0 mi), Green House Coffeeshop (0.4 mi), and Winkel 43 (0.3 mi).
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Red Light District (0.5 mi), Anne Frank House (0.1 mi), and Van Gogh Museum (1.2 mi), which are some popular Amsterdam attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at 't Hotel as you experience all of the things Amsterdam has to offer.
Stayed for two nights in March, location was very good, room was clean and had a good wifi connection. However we were very disappointed with the hotel as when we returned to our room on the second night around 21:50 we discovered that our room was unlocked (this hotel uses keys and not key cards), as reception is only open during the day I could not go down to inform the staff so instead wrote an email to reception to inform them what we had discovered until reception reopened the following morning. Myself and my husband spent the next half hour checking our belongings and luckily enough nothing had been taken, however it did leave a sour taste as we were unsure of how long our room had been left unlocked. We had left the hotel that morning to go sightseeing and had returned to the room at around 13:00 in order for my husband to get something from the room, at that time my husband unlocked the room to get into it and locked it upon leaving. At this time the room had not yet been serviced, i.e. bed made and bathroom towels replenished, however when we turned later that night the room had been serviced so our assumption was that the room had been left unlocked sometime between 13:00 and 21:50 when the room had been cleaned. The next morning when I went to reception I had been told that they had spoken to their cleaners and that they had not serviced our room so it could not have been them that had left the room unlocked that it must have been us. This was an obvious lie as the room had not been serviced prior to 13:00 but had obviously been serviced when we returned later that evening. The receptionist had told us that there was nothing that she could do as this was what she had been told but that we could speak to the manager. When speaking to the manager he once again tried to tell us that it must have been ourselves who had left the room unlocked even though the cleaners would have been in the room after we had left at 13:00. I understand that mistakes happen but what was the most upsetting about this was that the manager during multiple times in the conversation tried to blame us instead of admitting that a mistake was made by a member of staff, the only reimbursement for this mistake was an offer of a slice of cake from their café which I do not believe was sufficient for the level of stress we encountered for knowing that our room was left unlocked for a significant length of time and this did ruin the rest of our stay in the hotel.…
This was my last stop on a 2 week journey and what a great place to finish ! Very spacious room with quality finishes and bedding, an IKEA bath and a/c or heat as needed. The tea room/breakfast space was delightful to the eyes and was a fresh and sufficient breakfast with attentive service....I also had a lunch there one afternoon. Yes the stairs are steep but they help with bags....just go up and down with care. Walking distance to almost anything in the city center and lots of restaurants nearby...loved the Black and Blue down the street and the pizza shop almost next door.
My family of four, spent a couple of days sight seeing in Amsterdam, and our location was perfect. Just metres away from the world known "Anne Frank" house. The hotel dated from the 17th century and was very traditional. Very clean and comfortable, with the staff always ready to offer assistance, should it be needed. The breakfast was more than the traditional continental offered by most! Our room, which was on the top floor had the most amazing layout and decor! The only down side would have to be the stairs, step and narrow, but for the elderly or infirm, a stair lift is provided. Many places of interest are within walking distance, and the streets and canals are fantastic, especially in the evenings. Prices vary so shop around for the best deals.
“The hotel was personably staffed, beautifully furnished and exquisitely decorated. We stayed in Room 4, the green room with a canal view, and we loved it! There were a number of breakfast choices, all of which gave us the energy to begin a day of touring. Breakfast is served in a delightful room, designed by Katarina Stupavska, as were all of the guest rooms. (We purchased a few pillow covers as personal souvenirs.) The hotel also has a stairlift which makes access to the rooms very easy for those with mobility issues. The location is an easy walk to trams and restaurants as well as the Anne Frank House. Take trams 2 or 12 to get to the museums. The train staton is an easy fifteen minute walk. We will definitely stay here again on our return to Amsterdam.”
This was our first visit to Amsterdam and we came in on King's Day and the trams were not running. We walked to our hotel from the train station, about a 15 minute walk. It's located overlooking a canal. Our hosts, Petra and Martin made us feel at home with their kindness and hospitality. We had booked a canal view room, #1 and it was perfect. It had a little sitting area to overlook the canal and people walking by and the bathroom was great with a rain shower. The hotel is located close to the Anne Frank House, the center of town, and a tram stop. The morning breakfast was very good and we enjoyed the sweets offered by the hotel in the evening after a day out exploring the city and sights. All of the staff were very polite and helpful. This is an excellent hotel, location wise, but also so quaint and cozy. A perfect spot for a romantic stay.…