This hotel is situated round the corner from the Van Gogh museum in the ritzy area of Amsterdam. The hotel is good value for money @ 65euro per room per night including breakfast.
We managed to check in early as our room was ready. We were on the 3rd floor so going up and down the very steep stairs was a bit of a pain but its Amsterdam all stairs are like that in this country. There is a lift but it is very small maybe not an ideal location for disabled people. if you are a bit funny about lifts like me the lift doesn't have a door so its just a bit freaky.
Our room was lovely a very narrow room with all the amenities, a shower, safe, wardrobe, desk, mirror and phone. It was lovely and clean with a basic clean white decor. we didn't notice any grime anywhere. the only downside is that the walls are very narrow and you can hear what people are up to around you.
The breakfast was lovely, a typical continental service of toast, boiled egg, fruit juice, fruit cocktail, yogurt, cereal, tea and coffee. the only downside to breakfast is it isn't controlled and its in a small room. so you turn up when you want too, the first morning we went down at 8.30am and it was so busy with some guests hogging tables we got the last table and had to share there was soon a massive queue. however the second morning we went down at 7.30am and there was only a couple of others there.
The hotel has 24hour reception and the receptionist were very helpful and friendly. i would recommend this hotel for convenience but its maybe a bit too far away from the party area if that's what your going for.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Max Brown Museum Square settles down at the Museum Square, known by locals as the central hub of the city. Location is everything in a city like Amsterdam and the Museum Square, located South of the old city, has it al. You are just a block away from the world famous Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum and Rijksmuseum, escape outdoors to the Vondelpark where you can join locals for a lovely Picnic or go for some high end shopping in the PC Hooftstraat, van Baerlestraart and Beethovenstraat. The Museum Quarter (the neighbourhood around the Museum Square) is, despite all its touristic attractions, largely a residential neighbourhood with tree-lined streets and gorgeous 19th-century architecture. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Amsterdam Acro Hotel