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Hotel Atlas Vondelpark

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We stayed here on January 22nd the receptionist was very helpful and the hotel was lovely. On arrival there was a small bottle of wine in your room and fresh fruit which you got daily, room was good very spacious as there was 3 of us in the room. The only downfall was you were far away from everything but that didn't spoil the holiday...

This hotel is in the museum district and about a twenty minute walk to the centre of the city. The staff are very friendly and the beds are very comfortable. There is a small lounge with complementary coffee and a TV.

Have just returned from a long weekend break in Amsterdam, staying at the Hotel Atlas Vondelpark. This hotel is an excellent base for visitors to this city, it’s perfectly situated within a 15 - 20 minute stroll to the city centre, with good bars and restaurants on the way. The staff in the hotel are lovely and welcoming ( the free wine and fruit, tea and coffee was also very welcome). A small residents lounge is available which we found very useful to use at the end of a long tiring day, with our own wine, bought from the local supermarket down the road. The hotel room was very comfortable, clean, and towels replaced daily. The bed was soooooo comfortable, it might have been a struggle to get up if we’d not had so many things to do. All of the staff we met were friendly and helpful, but also respectful of your privacy whilst using the lounge. I would most certainly not hesitate to recommend Hotel Atlas Vondelpark to anyone visiting Amsterdam, it is ideal.

A big group of us stayed here in 4 different rooms. While I will say rooms 118,119,120 were all fine (new bathroom,good amount of space), the triple room we were in (333) was not up to the same standard. 3 single beds (2 pushes together) and a dated bathroom (cracked tiles, dirty and dark). We asked for a change in room and at first we were asked to pay extra, but after refusing and after they spoke to the owner, we were put in 334. Unfortunately this bathroom smelt of sewage, but we had lost the will to complain further. All of us found the beds quite hard and not comfortable. The hotel could do with some renovation and then they could definitely charge more for the rooms. About 35-40mins walk into the Centre, but the location is lovely. In a smart area of town. I don’t think we would come again.

We checked into the hotel on Friday evening. The room was supposed to be a twin room. We had two single beds pushed together. No headboard and the bottom of the mattresses hanging off the bed. The decor wasn't great either. Shower was good. We requested a room change and we got a much bette room the following day, more what we expected. The staff were very helpful and location was good near several trams

We stayed at a the Hotel Atlas Vondelpark for 4 nights in December 2017 and had a lovely time. The building was old and the rooms a little bit dated but were comfortable. The breakfast was delicious and plentiful and the staff were very helpful and friendly. The only complaint would be that the walls were very thin so you could here the next door neighbours. We were out most of the time and in late so it didn’t impact on our holiday. Beds comfy .

Stayed for 2 nights, arrived before check-in and was well looked after until my room was ready. The staff were super friendly and we'll informed and spoke excellent English. The room was small but in Amsterdam house hotels the rooms tend to be and the stairs are steep, but that's traditional and fine by me. Everything in the hotel worked just fine. Breakfast was a great deal at 11 euros each, a choice of as much of whatever you fancy and very relaxed. Overall it's a great hotel and wouldn't think twice about staying again.

The hotel is just off the main tram route 2 and easy to find. It is of an art deco appearance and has distinct tiles panels on the outside of the building along with it's neighbours. A quite area close to the park. The hotel is nice but a bit tired. There is an information point in the hall way and a very small lounge area looking out to the street. The breakfast room is also small with a limited menu. The staff are friendly and helpful. Clearly a house converted into a hotel. Our room had steps up to the sleeping area, which was really unusual and a bit tricky negotiating the steps if you need the bathroom in the night. Maybe some reflective strips would be useful. The bathroom door didn't have a proper lock on it, just a hook and eye clasp. The decor looked tired and as though your Dad had tried to do it up himself when he should have called in the professionals. Overall a good stay, the room was clean and the breakfast sufficient. Tea and coffee in the room along with free small bottles of wine and fresh fruit.

Took the tram from the train station (tram pass was a godsend), and found the hotel without much trouble, located in a residential neighborhood. We were met by a welcoming, multi-lingual staff. Room #223 looked onto the side of the hotel, and although the hotel abuts a huge park, was very quiet all of the time. The room entry was tight, and the room almost completely taken up with twin beds pushed together. Two steps up into the room immediately from the door and bathroom (be careful visiting the loo at night!! There is very little floor space.) Bathroom basic - not at all luxurious. The beds were comfy, but the duvet was too much for the unseasonably warm weather we experienced during our stay. A few nice touches however - coffee and tea in the lounge, fruit, wine and biscuits in the room, and a nice breakfast with hot and cold selections filled us up for a good part of the day. I'm not sure I would repeat with my husband, but this was a comfortable old place in a good location for my daughter and me.

The location of the hotel was great very close to Van Gogh museum. Easy to get to with trams. The room was quite small but perfect for 2 people. Only downside is the room was far to warm with no heating control. The staff were very friendly and very helpful

Van Eeghenstraat 64 Amsterdam

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Stedelijk Museum and Concertgebouw
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Museum Quarter, Hotel Atlas Vondelpark is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Stedelijk Museum and Concertgebouw. The 23 rooms at this 3-star hotel include coffee makers, flat-screen TVs, and Select Comfort beds. It's in central Amsterdam and also a short walk from Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum.


Dining

Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 8 AM to 9:30 AM.


Rooms

The 23 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, laptop-compatible safes, and desks. 70-cm flat-screen TVs come with digital channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and Select Comfort beds with premium bedding and down comforters ensure a restful night.


Property features

Guests of Hotel Atlas Vondelpark enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and express check-out. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with luggage storage and tours/tickets. This smoke-free hotel also has a garden.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

60.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 199 reviews