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Hotel Aadam Wilhelmina

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Affordable hotel near the city, and in a safe, fun district. The hallways had an odd odor, but the building is rather old.

First of all the stairs are soo small you can't take big bags upstairs , the bathroom smells so bad , i came late and i did not have enough cash to pay the city Tax i told them i will pay when i go out the next day to bring cash . when i came back they stopped me from entering the hotel with my card and locked the room , i was so upset from the rude way i received from so rude manager . i do not recommend this hotel to anyone also

We had to climb three flights of stairs that were small and steep, no elevators...really hard to bring up and down the luggage. Would not recommend for elderlies and people with disabilities

We were on the top floor. No cooling and it was very hot and hard to sleep. The room was very small and the only way up with heavy bags was several trips up 3 flights of stairs that were very small and very steep. A great place for someone to take a fall. Everything seems to be a charge and a deposit from the room key, the safe key (Safe is to small to hold much of anything. It could not hold an IPad.) I would highly NOT recommend this hotel.

if you're young and can climb steep steps it's o.k. Too expensive for what you get. `not redommended......

Stayed there 2 nights during the trade show, friendly staff, good breakfast, 1-star (though quite clean) room, good location, walking distance to Museum Quarter or even downtown (if you like to walk :-))

The room was clean and very close to the tram. However, the room didn't appear to be ventilated. It got extremely warm and humid even with the heat turned off. We had to prop the door open to get fresh air and cool the room down. This was when the temperature outside was quite cool.

Normal price for this hotel was around $50. However, I stopped over at Amsterdam for the first time in my life and I had to take the opportunity to have a one day tour of the city. I was in a bad luck day that on this day of 3 September there was some kind of big conference going on. Every hotels had jacked up their prices. A regular 3 star hotel asking for $300 to $500 a night. I search many websites and settled with this one starred hotel for $206 or else I had to stay on the street.

The staff is friendly, the breakfast is filling, my room was cleaned everyday, and it was a great value. Its one minute from the 2 Tram and only 10 mins from Leidseplein, where all the night life is and Museumplein where the Van Gogh Museum is. Great place to stay for an inexpensive experience of Amsterdam.

The staff helped us about information to be around the city, to reserve our taxi to ther airport, made us to feel like in our own town, Great people. Breakfast buffet was also good. Room # 4 and bathroom were big considering the sizes in Europe. The steps and not elevator was the only issue not favorable to the Hotel. However the staff helped us to put up and down our luggage ! Location is great, very near to Tram # 2.

No problems, clean and a good location a lttle far from central Amsterdam, but good to have a tasty of the another part of the city.

Good location and hotel. The breakfast was allright but the coffee was the worst! And it was the dutch to bring coffee to the west!

check in was seamless, even though we arrived at 11:30a. the desk was friendly and helpful about local arrangements. the room itself was basic, husband had to turn sideways to get into room, and the tv was tiny, mounted high up on the wall, remote didn't work but you could reach the buttons on the tv itself ok. we had to leave too early to enjoy the breakfast, which starts relatively late (8a, so if you have to be somewhere, you will be getting it on the run. (but maybe they will make arrangements if you ask.) there are some great restaurants within a 6 block radius, and the hotel itself is about a 15 minute walk from the museums. the stairs are steep, if you have more than a small suitcase lugging it up 2 flights with a tight turn will be a chore.

Initial checking in didn't go well because we didn't have a print out of our payment. The manager planned to charge us for the internet - to print off the payment (i.e. credit card statement!) to allow us to check in! We were charged 20 Euro per night for our 18 month old. No cribs in the entire hotel! We needed to change our son's diaper, but were not allowed the key until all payment as settled. There are very steep stairs throughout the hotel. Breakfast is only served from 8am -9:30am. The walls were paper thin & we could hear everything all night. The room was significantly dirty- everywhere! Not a place for children.

Great staff. Quiet neighborhood. Ask for room 2 - it has outdoor space. [...]

Room options

Standard Room, 1 Double or 2 Twin Beds

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room, 3 Twin Beds

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Hotel Aadam Wilhelmina

Everyone (2) Couples (6) Business (1) Family (2) Friends (1) Other (3)
5

easy access to the tram

Everyone

Affordable hotel near the city, and in a safe, fun district. The hallways had an odd odor, but the building is rather old.

By , from Atlanta, GA on Oct 24, 2017

1

very disappointed .. far from the center

Everyone

First of all the stairs are soo small you can't take big bags upstairs , the bathroom smells so bad , i came late and i did not have enough cash to pay the city Tax i told them i will pay when i go out the next day to bring cash . when i came back they stopped me from entering the hotel with my card and locked the room , i was so upset from the rude way i received from so rude manager . i do not recommend this hotel to anyone also

By on Oct 17, 2017

2

unsafe staircase

GetawayWithFriends

We had to climb three flights of stairs that were small and steep, no elevators...really hard to bring up and down the luggage. Would not recommend for elderlies and people with disabilities

By on Jun 28, 2014

1

painful and hot

Couples

We were on the top floor. No cooling and it was very hot and hard to sleep. The room was very small and the only way up with heavy bags was several trips up 3 flights of stairs that were very small and very steep. A great place for someone to take a fall. Everything seems to be a charge and a deposit from the room key, the safe key (Safe is to small to hold much of anything. It could not hold an IPad.) I would highly NOT recommend this hotel.

By on May 24, 2014

1

steep stairs. no elevator

Couples

if you're young and can climb steep steps it's o.k. Too expensive for what you get. `not redommended......

By on May 11, 2014

3

good location, perfect on those on a budget

BusinessTravelers

Stayed there 2 nights during the trade show, friendly staff, good breakfast, 1-star (though quite clean) room, good location, walking distance to Museum Quarter or even downtown (if you like to walk :-))

By on Feb 18, 2014

2

good location, but lacked basic comforts

Couples

The room was clean and very close to the tram. However, the room didn't appear to be ventilated. It got extremely warm and humid even with the heat turned off. We had to prop the door open to get fresh air and cool the room down. This was when the temperature outside was quite cool.

By on Oct 4, 2013

1

one star rated- what do you expect?

Singles

Normal price for this hotel was around $50. However, I stopped over at Amsterdam for the first time in my life and I had to take the opportunity to have a one day tour of the city. I was in a bad luck day that on this day of 3 September there was some kind of big conference going on. Every hotels had jacked up their prices. A regular 3 star hotel asking for $300 to $500 a night. I search many websites and settled with this one starred hotel for $206 or else I had to stay on the street.

By on Sep 4, 2013

4

all you need for a getaway in amsterdam

Singles

The staff is friendly, the breakfast is filling, my room was cleaned everyday, and it was a great value. Its one minute from the 2 Tram and only 10 mins from Leidseplein, where all the night life is and Museumplein where the Van Gogh Museum is. Great place to stay for an inexpensive experience of Amsterdam.

By on Mar 3, 2013

3

wonderful staff - good location

Families

The staff helped us about information to be around the city, to reserve our taxi to ther airport, made us to feel like in our own town, Great people. Breakfast buffet was also good. Room # 4 and bathroom were big considering the sizes in Europe. The steps and not elevator was the only issue not favorable to the Hotel. However the staff helped us to put up and down our luggage ! Location is great, very near to Tram # 2.

By on Sep 29, 2012