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Price wasn't cheap and had booked two air conditioned rooms one for my wife and I and one for our two daughters. One room was nice and had air conditioning so we gave that to the girls but our room was in the basement and...More
I’m gonna start by saying it’s a misleading hotel.
The room was spacious for 2 people, the shower was quite nice and big.
I didn’t like the location of my room at all, it was in the basement (which I guess is normal in Amsterdam),...More
The staff were blunt at best. The plug sockets in the room were loose and hard to use. The coffee machine was broken. The channels on the tv mostly didn't work. The bathroom had a really bad smell about it. One of the windows was...More
We arrived around 11 am and was not able to check in so we decided to visit the "I Amsterdam" sign in the meantime. Returned around 2 pm but because of computer problems still had to wait a bit. We finally got a nice room...More
I loved it here. A kind lady welcomed us and made us feel at home! We went up to our room (top floor) and it was really nice - very modern. Gorgrous shower and lovely visable ceiling beams. Really nice location. 20-30 min walk to...More
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If you have bags then get the train from Schipol Airport to Centraal Station - it's about 5 Euros. There are ticket machines all over the station concourse which you enter after leaving arrivals. On arrival at Centraal you... More
If you have bags then get the train from Schipol Airport to Centraal Station - it's about 5 Euros. There are ticket machines all over the station concourse which you enter after leaving arrivals. On arrival at Centraal you can grab a taxi - it'll be about 15-20 euros. However, if you feel brave jump on the number 4 tram (stops at the front of the station - ask) buy a ticket from the conductor who sits in a little booth in the tram (if you are traveklling more on the same day, get a 24 hours pass - about 8 Euro) and get off at Frederiksplein. Check your map - you will only be 100 metres from the Hotel then. Dead easy. If in doubt, ask, everyone speaks english. If there are two or more of you, though, a taxi from schipol to the hotel may be only 20 euros more though but this way you understand a bit more about the geography of the trip - and it's quite a bit faster than a cab. Good luck!