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Amadi Park Hotel
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All reviewsfree mini barcoffee machineapartment buildingminute walk to leidsepleinsingle roomother hotelswithin walking distancecomfortable bedfourth floorrain showerjunior suitebars and restaurantswet roomhotel is locatedrecommend this hoteldecent hotelwould stay here again
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Reviewed September 27, 2012

Close to the Leidseplein, Museumplein and all three great museums is the nice hotel. As a good boutique hotel the Amadi Park offers a good stay in the centre of the city for a very good price. Even more important there is a carpark below for just 20 euro/day which is peanuts in A'dam. The technical state of the small rooms may vary as my room had problems with the safe, tv and window. However a call the the front desk (on the 4th floor?!) and with in minuits a handymen arrives fixing you problem. All in all a very good basis for a city trip in Amsterdam.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled on business
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1  Thank Flateric09
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Reviewed September 25, 2012

I am a local Amsterdam guy living abroad and I chose the Amadi hotel for a 3 night stay as well. To be honest: I have mixed feelings…
I have now stayed in about 5 different (3 to 5 star) hotels in Amsterdam and this one, sadly enough, was the worst!
The hotel is new and the building is less than 2 years old (probably more like 1 year). Well, I would have expected way more from a brand new development: Our room was ridiculously small. We could hardly walk around the bed and there was NO place in the whole room where we could lay down 1 bag! It is rather annoying that you have to close your bag every morning (for cleaning) and night (for sleeping), as you don’t want to sleep with your bag in your bed. Even though the bed was good and materials used were of decent quality, it did not look good or special. Our rain-shower had typical Amsterdam-water pressure (none); (which is something other hotels have solved). There is again NO space in the bathroom to put any your stuff. The toilet-paper (which was 1 layer recycling paper) was about 50 cm behind you! Soap and shampoo come from dispensers and was of the cheapest kind as well. In our room the ‘hottest’ thing was the minibar: It was like an oven. A warm beer in the evening? Rather not. Luckily beer is cheap and easy to find in Amsterdam.
So, from a complete new building I would expect some more. Having the reception in the back on the 4th floor? Having to look for the entrance of the hotel? Such a mini-room while there is a huge inner court-yard? That is just a big miss from the development!
We paid about 130 eur per night. For sure you can get much much worse in Amsterdam, for similar money; that is completely true. But there are also some other hotels, even closer towards Leidseplein, which offer bigger rooms for a similar price.
So: if you don’t care about the minus points I have just discussed I can only help you with some hints: make sure you get a bigger room. Also, we have not tried the breakfast: but right outside, 2 buildings eastwards there is a ‘Vlaams Broodhuis’: Lovely breadies with coffee. 1 corner further there is another coffee-place and across the road there are more “Amsterdam Pubs with lunch food”. So: plenty of choices.
To conclude: the staff is very friendly and efficient!

Room Tip: Make sure you get a bigger room!
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank ski-fanatic-73
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Reviewed September 21, 2012

We loved our stay at Amadi Park and thoroughly recommend it. Getting into the hotel was easy and it was in a great location with plenty of restaurants and cafes nearby.

Reception were very efficient, charming and helpful and our room was spotlessly clean and modern. There were lots of plugs for charging our gadgets and the free WiFi was fantastic. Simply enter the password once and that's it - you are online and it works for your phone, iPad, netbook or whatever. It was incredibly easy to use and it would be fantastic for a business trip. There is a really big laptop sized safe which lights up inside as you open it. We had a netbook, iPad, 2 Kindles, 2 handheld Garmin GPSs (great for getting around a city), camera equipment plus passports, keys and money etc. There was plenty of room for it all.

There is a free minibar in the room which is replenished every day with water, cola light or iced tea and lager/beer. A little tip - on our first day there were a couple of cans of beer but on the second there were bottles (but no bottle opener so you might want to bring one along). I would have liked to have had a kettle with tea and coffee in the room but this was available all day in the breakfast area behind reception.

The bed was comfortable and the duvet made us feel like we were enveloped in a warm, cosy cloud. The pillows were the comfiest pillows ever. We are going to have to upgrade ours at home now! We had a deluxe double room and there was plenty of space to move around and plenty of space to store our clothes.

The walk-in rain shower was bliss and there was a second shower head if you wanted to shower but not wash your hair. The showers were powerful with plenty of hot water. There was plenty of lighting in the bathroom, from the ceiling light to the light up shaving mirror and a strip light above the mirrored cabinet. There was also a hairdryer. The towels were soft and fluffy.

We booked via Booking.com and our rate did not include breakfast. The small breakfast was 9 euros (coffee, tea, juice, croissants and jam) and the large breakfast (same, plus cereal, salad, mozzarella pearls and ham) was 18 euros. For convenience we had the small breakfast a couple of times but this didn't really fill us up. The view is nice from the breakfast area and it is comfortable. The coffee is great. On our last day we tried a continental breakfast at the Street Kitchen on the ground floor of the building. It was comfortable and relaxing and we got tomatoes, cucumber, mozzarella, gouda, salami, fried egg, croissant, butter, jam and coffee for 10 euros - no contest, this one filled us up!

Finding the hotel is easy - the letterbox has a big mint-green sticker with 26G Amadi Park on it, you can't miss it, so you know you are in the right place (there's a photo on Booking.com). Go to the glass doors and to your left is a number pad. Type in "26G" and press the bell symbol. Reception will open the glass doors for you (the first time - after that, you get a card so that you can open the doors yourself). About halfway down the courtyard on the left is a door leading to two large lifts. Go to floor 4, come out of the lift and turn right, through the glass door and turn right. Reception is the last door on your right, it's easy to find. The breakfast area is behind reception.

Our room was on the 2nd floor so it felt more like being in an apartment than a hotel which was fine for us. We really enjoyed our stay.

A note for the hotel - some information in the room would have been helpful as we forget things when we've had a long trip and are tired. (How to get an outside line on the phone, taxi numbers etc). There are lots of mini cards in reception with ideas for things to do which also include discounts.

If you are looking for good restaurants, I recommend Kartika (fabulous leisurely evening, try the Ramayana ricetable, it's like Indonesian tapas) and Thai Khorat (quick, tasty and very large tea). We also went on the Lovers dinner cruise at the recommendation of RobertM which we thoroughly enjoyed - the food was excellent.

The highlight of our city break, without a doubt was getting the Intercity from Amsterdam Centraal to Dordrecht to see the life-size replica of Noah's Ark. It's 1.2 miles from Dordrecht station so easily walkable, or get a taxi outside the station. The ark is breath-taking and very interesting. It takes a couple of hours (about 2 miles round it!) with all mod cons. I don't think Noah would have had movie theatres, a large well-priced restaurant, clean toilets and a gift shop - but I think he would be impressed!

Finally, we used Schiphol Travel Taxis for our transfer. They were very efficient, although the confirmation number took a bit of working out when we had to ring to confirm our return. We had the same chauffeur both ways and he was lovely.

To summarise this hotel, book Amadi Park now, you won't regret it!

Room Tip: We chose a Deluxe Double and were very happy with it.
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank jazzmonster
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Reviewed September 16, 2012

I arrived in front of the Hotel after 10pm and had some difficulties to find the entrance. One has to type in the Hotelname on the bellboard and only than the gates open. The building does not show the Hotelname from the street. The reception is located on the upper fllor and looks as they just moved in. Check un was efficient and friendly. The Hotelroom looked new, wooden floors, nice wall fabrics and overall very good impression. Enough light, good Aircon, good bedding, spaceous shower with rainshower and marbel on floor and walls. Very good value for your money. 4 soft drinks in the complimentary minibar and comlimentary breakfast were offered as well.

Stayed: September 2012, traveled on business
1  Thank Christine S
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Reviewed September 7, 2012

We traveled to Amsterdam for a 4 day midweek break.This boutique hotel had only been open for less than a month.
Like all new hotels they all have teething problems but dont be put off.The staff are fantastic and made our stay very welcoming.The hotel is not signed well as present,and its easy to walk past.
The rooms are really nicely decorated ,very comfortable with a walk in shower .The rooms have built in wardrobes with a safe and fridge.There is a tv and plenty of plugs and adaptors.Would stop at this hotel again .
We flew into Schiphol airport ,and picked up a 4 day tram/bus pass.This proved good value for money.
The hotel is easy to get to.
Take the train from the airport to Amsterdam Central, they leave every 15 minutes.Outside the main entrance take tram 1 to one stop past Leidlesplien.Exit tram and turn right to traffic lights. At the corner turn left and the hotel is about 200 yards on the left hand side of the road,there is a cafe bar opposite.The glass frontage is green.
It is about a 5 minute walk from Leidesplien a square where street entertainers entertain the passing tourists.There are lots of bars , clubs and restaurants here.
Tours can be picked up outside the Central Station , there is a tourist information office here . We pre-booked a 4 course romantic canal dinner trip before traveling out, with Amsterdam city tours.
We picked up the boat by the railway station and the trip was great.The food ,wine, and service was superb and I would highly recomend to everyone traveling to Amsterdam .It was good value for money.
Its also easy to get to the beach we had a day at Zandfoort a 30 minute trip from Amsterdam Central, the beach is great a 5 minute walk from the station.
Walking about there are lots of great sights , and its easy to pass your time away sitting on a bridge on the canal letting the world go by.Enjoy your trip.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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7  Thank ROBERT M
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