Art Hotel Dulac4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Booked this hotel on a recommendation for a group of friends staying for a long weekend. Location was perfect in a great area of the city, plenty of choice for eating, drinking and a varied selection of shops for the female members of the group. Only 10 mins walk from the train station and the same to Dam square. Rooms a little small however a great view from the terraces on the 4th floor, rooms also cleaned daily, would definitely stay there again but maybe a slightly bigger room would be better.
Spent 2 nights here recently with husband and 2 teenage children. Booked the family room which was spacious and good value. The hotel location was perfect. Plenty of cafes, shops and restaurants on the doorstep and about 10-15 minutes walk to Dam Square. The reception staff were great, allowed us to check into our room at 10.30 as it was empty and helpful when arranging a taxi to the airport. 2 minor niggles. Found the beds really hard and the tea/coffee/toiletries weren't replenished. But all in all would recommend this hotel and definitely plan to stay there again.
The hotel is in a good location on a pleasant street along with shops, cafés, restaurants & bars. Try Vinnie's for breakfast, Harlem Soul Food for lunch, Lucca Italian restaurant for dinner & the bar with the blue & white awning opposite the hotel for beers. Within easy walking distance of the train station & main attractions. Our room (403) had a small terrace overlooking the rooftops of Amsterdam but was quite tiny, one side of the double bed was against the wall & the room door didn't open fully as it touched the end of the bed! But ok for a weekend break. We stayed with 4 other couples & some had bigger rooms. The sliding glass panel separating the bathroom from the bedroom is a bit strange & quite noisy. Unfortunately our room was freezing all weekend, a member of staff offered to investigate but we didn't notice any improvement. I feel you are paying for the location rather than facilities but would still consider returning & ask for a bigger (& warmer) room.
The location of this hotel is very good - close to the central area, restaurants (nothing spectacular) and the central train station. Apart from this, my stay here was disappointing. Don't believe all the pictures on the hotel's website. My room (402) was about the same size as 3 single beds in total. It was located right next to the lift and the walls are paper thin. I could hear every single person getting in and out of the lift as well as feel the doors of the lift open and close. The room next door also had paper thin walls and unfortunately I had neighbours who didn't respect the fact that at 1am people might be asleep - so with the lift and neighbours I had a very disturbed night. And for the price I paid for this tiny room in a hotel with no facilities I feel it represents very poor value. I don't recommend staying here.
Loved this hotel, very basic but spotless and good location. The only thing I didn't like was the room was roasting and it was -4 degrees out and there was nowhere to even buy a bottle of water. Rooms got cleaned everyday, boarding passes printed without any hassle or charge, felt very safe there, no need for the safe. Super location with the main square and station being only 10 minutes away. Very friendly and helpful staff , all with perfect English. Will stay there again when I'm back !
We booked in here from 30th December until 2nd December. Unfortunately, due to weather, we arrived at the hotel at nearly midnight. Anyhow, the night porter was thre to let us in. We had one of the suites on the top floor (502). Nice size room, massive bed which was very comfortable, clean and tidy. We even had a very odd bath in our room (as well as a bathroom)! This hotel is in quite a good location, not far from the station, bars and restaurants etc. I would say that the towels were extremely small and barely covered you. The shampoo and shower gel were not replenished and nor was the water supply in the fridge. There were tea and coffee making facilities but no milk so we weren't able to use it. When we checked out on Monday we arranged a taxi to take us to the airport at 3.30. At 3.35 the receptionist checked with the firm and, after a while, I had to ask her again what was occurring with our booking. She gave me a huge glare as if it was too much bother. Not really professional! I think that the hotel has plans afoot to install a bar/restaurant, which I think is a great idea!
We stayed at this hotel on Christmas Eve to enjoy a dinner in Amsterdam. Having read all the reviews we were really looking forward to our stay. We rented the Penthouse Suite. As soon as we walked in, we were knocked over by the stench of sewage in the bathroom - with no window or ventilation. When we told the girl at the front desk, she said she couldn't do anything about it, the cleaning team had gone home - 225€ room & no one can solve a problem at 1:30pm??? She could not have cared less. Upon our return we had a young man to deal with, who was much more helpful & pleasant. Nothing had been done but he offered we change rooms - unfortunately the problem was the same in the other room as well. He offered a 50€ refund. There were barely any amenities, the sink ceramic was completely broken around the drain. There were tea bags but no tea cups, one of the two bathroom towels had a big black stain on it, we actually decided we would prefer to not shower there & to wait till we got home.... That's how bad it was... Location & bedding were good, about the only pros.
Nice hotel that is only a 10 minute walk from the train station. Close to shopping, restaurants, a supermarket and not far from most of the attractions. The room we stayed in had a large comfortable bed, a good shower, a safe, coffee facilities and a TV that showed BBC1, BBC2, ITV1, ITV2 and ITV4 as well as many other local and international stations. The biggest plus was that our room had it's own Veranda/Seating area outside. Although the room was comfortable, it was a bit cramped, although it certainly wouldn't put us off staying again. It is next to a church where the bells go off on the hour, but it is not loud and certainly did not keep us up at any time (we quite liked it).
Perfect location. Only minutes walking distance to attractions. No parking, we parked at the railway station about 5-10 mins walk away. Helpful friendly staff. We stayed in the penthouse, amazing rooftop views ! Large room, comfy bed. Quirky bath in the bedroom. Shower wet room also. Very limited tea, coffee facilities in the room and no food served in the hotel, yet it's situated near many coffee shops etc. The lift only takes you up to the 4th floor. To get up to the top it's curved wooden stairs with only limited lighting ( maybe just the bulbs out ) A good find, can recommend. The dull exterior of the hotel doesn't reflect the inside. We were very happy with our stay.
My friends and I stayed in this gorgeous, central, modern hotel for a weekend city break at the end of November. We were extremely impressed with the location of the hotel, the interior and the level of comfort. However... On arrival, we were 'greeted' by a lady who was the furthest thing from friendly. We arrived at 11am but check-in wasn't until 2pm which I was fully aware of, however, I enquired whether or not our room was maybe ready for us to have an early check-in, in which her response was, after a sarcastic laugh, 'no, it's 2pm like stated'. One of the main reasons my friends and I chose this hotel was because of the kitchen we had in our studio apartment, so we could make ourselves breakfast and one of the evenings, cook an evening meal. After returning from the supermarket with our ingredients ready to make dinner, we looked in all of the kitchen draws and cupboards and found only bowls, knives and folks... No problem, I thought, let's just ring down to reception and ask them to bring up the utensils have they in their store room.... Called down to reception and I was put in contact with the extremely unfriendly receptionist I had the pleasure of speaking to at check-in. After asking the lady for the utensils for the kitchen, her reply was "we don't have any. The kitchen is just an accessory". "Just an accessory ?????? Rubbish, please bring up the pots, pans and plates" was my reply in which she then rudely said 'yes, just an accessory so there's nothing I can do to help". My point is, don't be fooled by the images of the kitchen within the studio rooms, as it's purely 'just for show'.
Located in Old Town, Art Hotel Dulac is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Anne Frank House and The Old Church. This 22-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Amsterdam and also a short walk from Dam Square and New Church.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.
All 22 soundproofed rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and 37-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Phones, ironing boards, and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests of Art Hotel Dulac have access to free WiFi in public areas. Onsite parking is available for a fee. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with concierge services and luggage storage.
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61% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 44 reviews