I stayed for two nights. I found the hotel to be excellent for someone like me, a business traveller who focuses on functionality and convenience rather than luxury. The price, at around 110 euros per night was great value for money. There is a shuttle to and from the airport terminal. The reason I chose this hotel was its proximity to my business meetings in the area, indeed, I was able to walk to meetings in the morning which is a big bonus (despite April cold winds:). A taxi to central Amsterdam, though, costs around 60 Euros and there is nothing in the area other than hotels and offices.
The reception staff were friendly and cheerful and quite efficient. There are no mini-bars in the rooms (through there is a kettle and coffee/tea making facilities), but there is a nice self service vending maching with drinks, snacks and fresh food options such as yogurt/granola, fruit etc, which you can purchase. This is a great option for people who arrive a little peckish, but don't want to waste time in restaurants or have the cost of ordering room service etc. There is a nice selection.
The room is small but clean and pleasant. No frills. Double bed. Many sockets to plug in electronics. Wifi is free for minimal use but there is a fee for heavy use. Wall safe. Open hanger unit for clothes.
My room was at the end of a long corridor and you have to go through several doors. It's a bit of a pain, but you get the feeling that the is low fire-risk!
Breakfast is pleasant and offers a good selection of hot cooked / cold options, great fresh bread and high quality coffee.
The hotel room contains lots of notices about saving water and reduced laundering of towels and sheets. etc. While this gives the impression that the hotel is sustainability oriented (and cost-conscious) as part of the Rezidor Group which publishes annual Sustainability Reports, I was disappointed not to find any information in the hotel about its overall sustainability performance. I think, if you are asking guests to participate in energy saving efforts, then you should tell them also how you are performing.
There are two Radisson hotels in the Schiphol complex, the Park Inn and the Radisson Blu. I took a taxi late one evening back to my hotel and the driver had a hard time finding the Park Inn. Make sure you have the exact adress for the navigation system or you go round in circles.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel, situated in the Schiphol-Rijk Business Park, provides comfortable, modern rooms and a free shuttle bus from and to Schiphol Airport. Guests can explore beautiful attractions in the area such as the flower fields of the Keukenhof and the Amsterdam Canal Ring. This hotel contains 150 guest rooms, an on-site restaurant, bar and lounge, a fitness room and flexible meeting facilities. The city centre of Amsterdam is just 20 kilometres away and easy to reach by car or train.Upon arrival during check-in the guest will be asked to pay a security deposit of €50 per night. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Park Inn By Radisson Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Haarlemmermeer