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I love writing reviews about unknown hotels. However, this hotel isnt really "new" it has just made it self more "fresh".
Hotel Aalborg is now known as the Arcade. For the better in my opinion.
When you enter The Arcade you will see the minimalistic...More
Stayed here for two nights. It's 6 or 7 stops from Dam square and costs 2.90 for the 1 hour ticket. Room was small but very modern. Bed was lovely and hard. WiFi worked very well. Didn't eat or drink in the hotel so can't...More
We stayed at a room with a double bed and two single beds with a balcony.
Great service from a portuguese receptionist, we didn't expect.
The wifi wasn't great, but at least was free.
The bathroom was spacious and really clean. The beds were comfy....More
Do not know where to begin with this hotel. Firstly it is promoted as a gamers 'arcade' hotel- to which is it definitely NOT. If you are going to promote your hotel with a particular USP and charge an extortionate amount for this then the...More
The entrance to the hotel belies the size and quality of its tawdry accommodation.
The receptionists we encountered were both lovely ladies who fully understood our concerns, but said the hotel never does anything about it!
The 'double' room concept is a joke-barely big enough...More
Bustling Albert Cuypstraat serves as the main drag through De Pijp and the location for Albert Cuyp Market, the largest and most famous of Amsterdam’s many outdoor markets. Beyond this sometimes-frantic thoroughfare, tiny lanes beckon urban explorers in search of the latest trends and hidden gems. Nearly half the residents living in De Pijp are foreigners and a good number of them are students. Here you'll
find a multitude of ethnic restaurants, great cafes and bars, and a brilliant array of locally owned shops, all catering to a broad range of budgets and tastes.
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The hotel has no parking and parking in Amsterdam is phenomenally expensive (around 25-30 euros per day depending on where). Many people"in the know" park in villages outside and get the train in.... It's really an eternal... More
The hotel has no parking and parking in Amsterdam is phenomenally expensive (around 25-30 euros per day depending on where). Many people"in the know" park in villages outside and get the train in.... It's really an eternal Amsterdam hassle and nightmare, I am sorry to say. You cld try parking at the RAI conference center... A car in Amsterdam is a liability anyway! Trams are good..