Rembrandtplein Hotel2.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
a shame..this hotel just sucks. poor maintenance, the rooms are dirty and aged. my room had no heating and has very old windows barely protecting from the outside temperature. i would totally avoid this hotel at any cost.
Travelled to Amsterdam with 3 friends last week. We booked this hotel as it was cheap. My expectations of this hotel was quiet low prior to arrival as it was budget friendly. Wow was I shocked when I got there. I entered my room to find I had no curtains. What hotels don't have curtains? My bed was like a bed you'd find in a old folks home. I had to wear my socks for the whole 3 days because the carpet was so dirty (I thought I was going to get a bacteria infection from the carpet). I could go on and on about this hotel but what's the point in being any more negative? At the end of the day we had a great weekend away. PITY about this hotel.
Went June 15th (four lads) and it's the perfect affordable hotel near the city centre If you don't intend on spending the whole trip in the hotel and just using it as a room then it's perfect Staff are amazing and helpful Basement is good fun 24/7 bar Bish bash bosh get it booked
The Rembrandtplein Hotel was on a mostly quiet side street and was convenient for walking to see the sites. I read reviews before the trip and they were very harsh so my expectations were low but it was better than I expected. It is run down and needs some refurbishment but it was decent accommodation. Not a large room but comfortable with a wet room which I don’t like due to the water splashing on other areas of the bathroom but I lived with it for a few nights. The worse part of the hotel for me was the cleaning times. We are a nightlife couple and therefore need to sleep in a little later on a trip so coming at 9am every morning and knocking of every door was not pleasant. I would have thought this could wait until around 11am when guests would be out of the hotel. Also noisy were the neighbours – our room faced a street and not the canal and this really affected us as the locals were on the move early and made noise as well as lots of noise from construction. I still think it’s worthwhile to stay here if your needs are basic.
Well located dirty old hotel No towels No lift No food No phone, water boiler, fridge or even coat hangers in the room Simply BAD Ne of the bed's mattress was completely destroyed and the representative said that as the flat wood under the ruined mattress he sees no problem....
This's the worst hotel I've ever been! I can't understand how it can be called a hotel ! The only positive thing about the hotel is the location! It's very central and close to most of attractions. But that's it !!!! Amsterdam hotels are very expensive but to pay more than 100 for this dirty not hygienic rooms! I wouldn't like to go there again ! No way ! The rooms are way too small , there isn't enough space even to put a suitcase. Okay, it wouldn't be a big issue if the room was clean ! But the bed sheets were dirty, dust is everywhere, bugs can walk on the bed, holes on the floor and ceiling which was covered by mirror. And when you lay down on the bed you can see the ceiling all in dust ! My God ! No view from my window! Just another building! Bathroom ! Just no comment ! It was so small that when you sit on the toilet, you can wash your hands in the sink! There's no even normal soap ! And the ceiling of the bathroom was all covered by mould. The toilet was broken ! Housekeeping 2 women kept on knocking on the door before the checkout and of course they don't speak neither Dutch nor English. I don't know what language they speak. But Reception 2 men were friendly. The hotel must be renovated as soon as possible! It's a pity to leave it in this situation. Wits it's great location in a Amsterdam Center it could be real treasure! Just avoid this place ! P.S. pictures look much better than the reality is !
Grumpy receptionist, small rooms, no soap in the shower...all in all a hotel that should be closed and rebuilt! No breakfast..only positive thing; close to downtown! Was booke through SAS, and can´t understand they recommend hotel like this.
Only stay here if your desperate!! I really don't need to say much as I think everything has already been said in other reviews....great location but inside hotel it's like your worst nightmare. Pictures tell the truth
The hotel is currently undergoing renovation,which it badly needs. The room was clean and the bed comfortable,but note that there is non lift (not easy carrying heavy luggage up 5 flight of narrow steep stairs). The front desk was very helpful,and the location made for a very quiet night.
Stayed here for 4 nights. Pro's: location location location - it is in a great area very close to Rembrandt square. The staff were friendly enough but I'm afraid that's where it ends. Cons: hotel was stuck in a time warp, the decor is very 70's style. The room was tiny and up 4 flights of very very steep stairs with no lift. The walls are paper thin and can hear other guests. One night a guest was booting the door trying to get into their room but there was no staff after 11pm to call on, quite scary. There is no tea making facilities and we were given 2 hand towels to use. The maid removed the dirty towels next day and when I advised reception that we had no towels - they were quick to provide a fresh set but again tiny hand towels??. The bed was comfortable but linen not changed at all. There were wires hanging out and sockets did not work. There was no t.v. and not a lot of space. No breakfast served either. This is our 2nd trip and very disappointed that this hotel doesn't live up to others and we will not be returning to this hotel.
- Walking distance to Stopera and Rembrandt Square
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 2 bars/lounges
- Concierge services
Located in Oude Centrum, Rembrandtplein Hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Stopera and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Rembrandt Square. This 20-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like 2 bars/lounges, a coffee shop/café, and free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in Amsterdam, the hotel is also a short walk from Flower Market and Hortus Botanicus.
Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
Guests can stay connected with free WiFi.
Dating back to 1787, Rembrandtplein Hotel features free WiFi in public areas and coffee in a common area. Valet parking is available for EUR 30 per day. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
34% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 430 reviews