My friend left my watch on the side table next to the bed and the Housekeeper stole it while cleaning the room. Management isn’t helping despite the insistence that it was stolen and it’s very valuable.
While I usually have a very pleasant stay here. This time around the house keeper stole my watch from my room. Management was unhelpful. Be careful they are employing “trustworthy” criminals. Not staying here anymore.
As other reviewers have mentioned, this hotel is in a shared building with another hotel & residential units, but it’s not at all inconvenient or hard to find. The reception provides free water for your room (a refillable tap) and the staff was very helpful with recommendations and also super friendly! The rooms were very clean, lovely wood floors, comfortable beds & great showers. Food, drinks & shops all within walking distance & it’s about a 15 minute walk into the central part of Amsterdam. Unfortunately, there were many restrictions due to Covid while we were there, but having a comfortable room with a helpful front desk staff made it much more bearable!
- Hotel room was super hot even though it was cold outside. - Road noise is loud even if not facing street directly (mine faced south) if keeping window open. - Every noise was amplified, all day and night. Banging and clanging and booms and simple talking clearly audible from other rooms. Cabinets are actually designed to slam shut LOUDLY. There is no quiet here. - It was shabby and cheap, with walls all scuffed up. Zero charm. - Dark bathroom. Could barely see anything. - View of a carpark. - Has nespresso and mini-fridge but no kettle. Later realized the fridge was broken--the food was not cold. - Stains all over table in room, so cleaning not particularly attentive. The biggest issue was how noisy it is--unacceptable for any hotel. I checked out early.
From the pictures and advertisements it makes it look like the building is the whole hotel but in actual fact the building is shared with 2/3 other hotels & private apartments. In my opinion I think this makes the security of the hotel unsafe as nearly anyone can be buzzed in and wander around the corridors of the rooms. The courtyard as you walk into the hotel is very eery & creepy with weeds growing up through the grouting. However, the staff in the reception were very nice and welcoming and the room was very clean, comfy and modern. However when we got there the coffee machine was leaking everywhere & when we asked for it to be fixed they just emptied the broken machines water. Apart from those small issues we had a lovely stay at the Amadi Park Hotel.
Not a standard hotel set up but it works I guess. You enter a compound like area, get a lift to the 4th floor, walk round the balcony to reception who then give you a key to another floor. We were on the second floor. Rooms were a bit strangely shaped, bed not huge but it was comfy. Clean hotel and bathroom was reasonable but toiletries were big standard. Location is a bit out of town. Half hour walk to the centre of town but it’s a lovely city to walk. The local area has a few restaurants and a couple of bars but it’s not thronging with people. The WiFi was good in the hotel. Was a reasonable stay but very pricey for what it was and where it’s located.
Just got back from a 2 night stay This hotel is a little different in that it is part of an apartment block, but that just adds to its charms and just made it more quirky. Beforehand, the hotel sent very clear instructions about how to find the hotel from the airport, and how to get in to the building. Reception is on the 4th floor where you are greeted by some of the most friendly and helpful staff I've ever encountered. Couldn't check in until 3, but they kept our bags whilst we went exploring. Room was perfect for a short stay - I'm only in the hotel to sleep and shower (if you're going to Amsterdam to spend long periods of the day in your room, then maybe the rooms are a little small... but why go on holiday to sit in a hotel room all day?!). The bed was SO COMFY, and the bathroom was well lit and the shower was amazing. Free mini bar and coffee machine which is replenished every day, and the room was cleaned beautifully. I'm glad we found this hotel. I will reccomend to others visiting Amsterdam! …
A lovely hotel. Yes it’s rooms within a residential block with a reception on the 4th floor but that’s how it’s described & it did not have any negative impact on our stay. A room upgrade & Prosecco was provided as it was my husbands special birthday which was much appreciated. A lovely clean room with plenty of space and nice bathroom with an excellent shower. Rooms cleaned every day, fridge with complementary drinks & tea/coffee making facilities. Very helpful & friendly reception staff. Hotel a little bit of a walk to the centre of Amsterdam but nearby there were regular trams if you didn’t want to walk. In a quiet location with some bars, take outs, restaurants & shops nearby. I’d stay here again.
Stayed for one night for a Christmas break and it was absolutely fantastic! We arrived before check in but wanted to leave our cases, which was no problem. The staff are so lovely and welcoming which is always a bonus. The layout of the hotel is quite quirky but the room was lovely and clean, with a free mini bar and coffee machine - fabulous! All in all an excellent stay, would definitely come back.
We had a very enjoyable stay at the Amadi and would stay there again. Walking distance from Vondelpark and Museum Square. Very helpful staff which made the stay even more enjoyable. Uber worked very well both to and from here