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Quentin England Hotel

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We had the quadruple room. It's a small room but if you spend only a view days in Amsterdam it's quiet alright. There's a little table and even a safe and a cupboard. You can hear everything from the neighbours, doors slamming etc. but it's a clean room. The staff was very friendly and you reach the city center keizersgracht in a view minutes.

We rented a room for four located on first floor. It cost a fortune, but it was in the center of town. Pictures looked good, but were very deceiving. The room was actually very tiny, and it was impossible to get around in there for four people. The hotel gave you a bad feeling from the minute you entered, and true enough, the room was a disgustingly dirty and filthy, you had a feeling that the hotel and rooms in this hotel were never cleaned. Walls, doors, linens, all were dirty - towels were old and very thin, like they had been washed thousands of times. As soon as we returned two of us had itching scalps - lice? They offer you breakfast to be included for another fortune, and thankfully we declined, from what we saw walking by the breakfast area, it was a pretty pathetic breakfast, not what one is custom to in other European cities we visited, and given the lack of cleanliness one could no but have hygienic concerns. Personnel appeared friendly, but spoke little English. unhelpful and/or had little knowledge of simple questions. One issue that is a big issue for travelers arriving in cars is parking. We picked this hotel really because it said that it offered valet parking, which was a total lie. Instead, we were given directions leading to one full parking lot after another. Finally, we were directed to underground parking that cost $65 a night!. In fact, street parking would have been cheaper, they only change part of the day.

I had booked just a double for myself and my sister. When we arrived, we inquired about twin beds which weren't available that night. I was told to check with staff in the morning who did get us in a twin bed room at no additional charge. Surprising as the twin bed room was a greater cost if I had booked it online. The staff helped us with walking directions, museum times, restaurant recommendations and a place to exchange money. One of the staff tried to help with train tickets and when she couldn't get through on the hotel's phone she tried with her personal cell! I was very impressed. We had a great time in Amsterdam and appreciate that the hotel staff was so friendly and helpful. The first room was rather small and there was no air conditioning but I highly recommend Quentin England.

Spent one night. Love the location. Small compact room. Tough stairs. Very narrow as we were in the last floor.

However, no elevators and 6 narrow and steep staircases was challenging. Opened the door to the room and "thought" we might have enough room for our luggage. Floor fan didn't provide enough air for the stifling room and air conditioning was not an option. Lucky we were only there for a long lay over and short night.

The room was very hot, no A/C, no window, no good.

Because it is relatively a cheap hotel, you get for what you paid for. The hotel is close to an avenue and is noisy, it doesn't have an elevator, so you have to carry your baggage to your room, the rooms are not close as displayed in the pictures. It is a good option if you are on a tight budget.

The location was incredible... only a few steps away from Vondelpark and a short walk to Museumplein. Basically you can walk anywhere or pick up a tram to anything in the city. Room was small but efficient and breakfast was good to load you up for a long day of sight seeing. Staff was very nice and helpful on anything needed. Would certainly pay a return visit to this hotel if in Amsterdam again!

The location of the hotel was beautiful. The staff were nice and helpful. I appreciated they had a computer to use for guests.

My friend & I stayed here for one night. The room was nice & the location was walking distance to everything we needed. The wifi didn't work & they used the excuse like the other reviews say but we had iPhone 4's not 5's which is "usually what doesn't work". I think they aren't being honest & don't want to offer it to guests or I'll wait for a guests review who doesn't have an iPhone to prove otherwise. Also made it difficult not having a lift & we had very big luggage to lug up to the third floor. Otherwise the hotel suited our needs for a nights sleep.

It was alright. No elevator thus we had to walk up a lot of stairs but other than that it was nice.

I booked for 2 nights but had problems staying one whole night there. There is NO elevator, no wi-fi, no breakfast, and the bathroom was so full of black mold I couldn't use it at all. The night man was young and tried to help but he was not "allowed" to help much. At least he bumped someone else for a room on the bottom floor but, I left at 7 am for a best western 3 doors down.

The room was clean and the staff was very friendly, but the room was very small. I reserved a single and the room fit nothing more than a smaller-than-standard single bed, half a desk, and a small filing cabinet with doors on it. The bathroom was also clean, but the shower had no lip and therefore flooded the entire room. This space was so small that the the shower drain was practically under the sink. You get what you pay for, but I would definitely recommend staying in a hostel instead.

The location was the best part of the experience. There was false advertisement because there was no phone or air-conditioning. The price was cheap for the location but dont get your hopes up.

While we stayed, we did all the sight seeing. The city was so welcoming and would totally go back. However, I would not stay at the same hotel. The staff was really nice but our room was awful. It had two twin beds pushed together,in the basement, a window that let no light in, and our shower flooded twice! Maybe I missed the fine print when booking the room but I will never stay in anything like that again. The area was great and couldnt have asked for a cooler location. If you are staying for a few nights, it would be fine and looking to save money. However, anything more than that I would not suggest it. If you stay there get a larger room when you book because they fill up fast and we were not able to upgrade because it was full.

Very small room with no carpet. The internet that was advertised did not work for two of the days that I was there--and worked part of the time on the other day.

Roemer Visscherstraat 30 Amsterdam

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Stedelijk Museum and Leidseplein
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Museum Quarter, Quentin England Hotel is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum. This 46-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and coffee/tea in a common area. Albert Cuyp Market is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from this centrally located Amsterdam hotel.


Dining

For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 8 AM to 10 AM. Quench your thirst with a drink at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

Quentin England Hotel's 46 rooms provide phones and desks. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected.


Property features

Guests of Quentin England Hotel enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a garden. Valet parking is available for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and tours/tickets. This hotel also has a TV in a common area.

Room options

Economy Single Room, 1 Twin Bed, Private Bathroom

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Standard Room, 2 Twin Beds, Private Bathroom

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Standard Triple Room, 3 Twin Beds, Private Bathroom

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Economy Room, 2 Twin Beds, Private Bathroom

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2