Stayed at this historic hotel for the weekend in Amsterdam. It was our first trip there. Upon check in, we were greeted with a doorman and offered help with our luggage. The front desk staff then checked us in swiftly and patiently answered all the questions I fired at them. The concierge was away from his desk, but the front desk staff gave us a detailed map and started making recommendations so that we could start enjoying our trip right away. We were recommended restaurants and scenic walks. We took all the advice (and the map!) and got right to work. Every recommendation panned out to be amazing and fully helped us enjoy the city. The hotel has every service you could ask for including a fitness center, but we really did not take advantage of any of these services except the concierge. The room was AMAZINGLY comfortable which was good because we were so exhausted every day from walking all over the city! We had a wonderful canal view and an enormous king size bed with a large bathroom (especially by European standards) that sported a rain shower head. There were plenty of English options on the TV also which is much appreciated. The front desk staff called us 10 minutes after we checked in to make sure the room was perfect and to see if we needed anyting else. The only negative we experienced at the hotel itself is that the internet is way too expensive. Also, we went Saturday to the outside bar overlooking the canal and sat for about 10 minutes and no one came to serve us. There were 3 people working. We were too tired to bring it to their attention so we just headed up to bed Would have been nice to have a night cap tho. The other negative is that the hotel shuttle is expensive for only being 7 miles from the airport. A taxi is a better option. Overall, we were very comfortable and happy at this hotel and with their services. The bell hop also held our bags free of charge while we ran around Amsterdam the last day. It was a great experience in a fun town! If you can afford this place (it is pricey!) stay here because its very centrally located with the musuems and park only a five minute walk away.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Discover the Hilton Amsterdam hotel, famous for John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 1969 'bed-in for peace.' An ideal base for exploring the city, this Amsterdam, Netherlands hotel boasts easy access to some of the most exclusive shopping streets, traditional cafes and famous local attractions. Take advantage of the hotel's proximity to Amsterdam's main business district. Host your conference or executive meeting in one of 21 versatile meeting rooms and relax while professional planners take care of the details. Stay productive with modern equipment in the business center and enjoy WiFi throughout the hotel. Unwind in a spacious and contemporary guest room or upgrade to an Executive room and enjoy exclusive access to the stylish Executive Lounge, offering complimentary refreshments and a 360-degree view across Amsterdam's spectacular skyline. Relax with a massage in this Amsterdam hotel's health club featuring a sauna, steam room, whirlpool, and solarium. Re-energize in the fitness center with the latest modern equipment. Admire stunning views of Amsterdam's renowned canals and unwind with a local beer in Half Moon Lounge, with style based on designs by Ralph Lauren. Enjoy elegance and experience while dining on innovative Italian cuisine in the award-winning Roberto's Restaurant. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hilton Amsterdam Hotel Amsterdam
- Hilton International Amsterdam
- Amsterdam Hilton International