Sir Albert Hotel Amsterdam4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We had such an amazing stay at Sir Albert. what a beautiful hotel, loved the breakfast! special thanks to Ramon! great personalized service from beginning to end! he made that extra step that we felt like home! Judith
This comfortable hotel has a lot of personality and helpful staff to send you off on foot or bike to explore the city. The beds were very comfortable and the rooms well appointed; the breakfast buffet was lovely. If you are looking for good value in an uplifting environment this place is worth your time, two blocks from the museum area and an easy walk to most other locations! Thank you Sir Albert! (There was a distant disco noise from my street facing room, so if absolute quiet is preferred, ask for an inside facing room)...
We passed 1 night in this hotel to celebrate a special occasion and everything was fabulous! Once inside the hotel, you have this home-feeling as you immediately see the Study, a quiet place where to relax or drink something filled really thoughtfully with only design’s stuff. The staff is super friendly, always smiling and ready to help you! During the check-in we were welcomed with a glass of Prosecco and informed about all amenities in the room, as well explained what we can visit in the surroundings. We were up to a nice dinner so they really helped us giving some perfect restaurants reccomendations. We asked if we could have a room on the top floor and the staff did everything possible to satisfy our request! Once in the room we saw they surprised us by leaving a bottle of Prosecco and a nice message on behalf of Sir Albert…what a warm Welcome and special thought! The room was tidy and clean and the view from the small balcony was fantastic!! Special note: The bed was super comfortable, really hard to get up the morning after!! We absolutely enjoyed the breakfast! You have a wide choice from the buffet plus à la carte – we took the Eggs Benedict and they were super delicious! The breakfast team gave us a really nice “good morning” time! The hotel is well located: in a walking distance you have the Museums Quarter and you can reach the city center very easily taking a tram to the nearby stop. Thank you to Sir Albert, the Hotel Manager Noortje and her staff for this special and memorable stay!
Comfy bed. Decent breakfast. Near some nice restaurants and pubs / bars. There is a Japanese restaurant downstairs but no real bar and the gym is not open yet. 5 mins drive to the rai which is where we are exhibiting. 45 mins walk to central station. No parking. There are parking Lots however these are 40 per day. If you park on the street from 1800 till 0900 the following morning its 23. Reception didn't tell me about this!
From the moment that we checked in, we felt welcome and at home. Having stayed at MANY hotels, this one exudes class and luxury without being pretentious. You are offered a glass of bubbly or water and a seat while you check in (what a lovely idea instead of standing during the check in process). Our luggage was delivered in a timely manner, and we were escorted to our room at which point they explained all amenities, technology etc. When we went to the bar for cocktails, the service was amazing and then even remembered our drink preferences when we returned the next day for a pre-dinner cocktail. The breakfast buffet is a MUST - and they offer everything that you could ever want from vegan options to delectable house cured salmon! The bellman can not so enough for you and offers water before you leave for the day, umbrellas if needed, maps, directions, storage - ALL BEFORE you have a chance to ask! The the style conscious, they have the BEST bathrobes and matching slippers - grey and not typical white - how FABULOUS! You can't beat the location and there are bikes waiting for you if you do not want to walk to the museums which is about 10 minutes away. It was a pleasure to stay here and I can not wait to return! My mouth still waters when I think about the crunch sushi rice / beer tar tar appetizer - SO FAB!!! Can't wait to stay there again...
Booked this last minute in place of a (more expensive) regular city hotel and really glad I did. Lovely staff and a well appointed room as well as the delightful restaurant helped make my stay during ADE 2017 an absolute pleasure. Hotel is located on edge of Museum Quarter which despite my many visits to the city, is an area I wasn't previously familiar with. It's quieter and more pleasant than Centrum but still only a 12 minute walk to Leidseplein. Otherwise only a few minor gripes 1. I couldn't work out how to fill the Nespresso style coffee maker (water reservoir seemed reluctant to come off in the customary way) - Eventually worked out I could use the kettle stashed in a cupboard, but it felt like a little mental challenge :-) 2. It's diffiocult to locate the key-card slot to activate the lights when coming in at night 3. As with most places, electric sockets could probably be more accessible.
We spend two nights during the Amsterdam marathon in this lovely design hotel. We loved the decoration We booked the room and ask for a crib which was perfect for our little boy. The staff is very nice and smiling. As we were running for the marathon we got little supporting messages written by the team. Nice isn't it?! The breakfast buffet is amazing. Lots of tasty little things. Cherry on top, there are lot of restaurants in the neighbourhood close to the hotel. So close that we managed to leave our baby sleeping while eating with a baby phone.
Great hotel, fantastic location. The staff were brilliant, really friendly and helpful. We had booked twin rooms (girls weekend away) but when we arrived it was a double room, the manager was very apologetic and explained that sometimes ‘head office reservations’ don’t pass messages to the hotel. I would suggest you contact the hotel directly for any special requests as the staff couldn’t have been more helpful. We had such a fabulous room with large bed and roof terrace that we decided not to switch rooms. We didn’t opt for breakfast in the hotel as we like exploring local cafes and found several wee gems but the restaurant looked great. The bed was super comfy and the decor very quirky. I would definitely return. Thank you 😊
I must be honest, I was reluctant to write this review cause I didn't want Sir Albert so busy that I won't have a room to stay :) ... This hotel amazing and I'd never stay anywhere else whenever I visit Amsterdam, which happens 5 times a year. Here are some of the reasons why I love the place, 1) Super friendly staff, everywhere. I haven't come across anyone that wasn't smiling or unwilling to help. 2) You get a glass or two or three prosecco when you walk in. 3) The rooms are great. 4) GREAT location, close to museums but not too close. Away from all the touristy stuff yet close enough to walk to all these places. 5) And there is Izakaya, one of the best restaurants in Amsterdam with awesome food, drinks and amazing staff. Yes there is a bit of red light district right around the corner, but if that bothers you perhaps you shouldn't visit Amsterdam? I truly looking forward to staying there every time and if you end up staying there, you will see why!
After a great visit almost two years ago, we returned to stay with Sir Albert. The reception was welcoming, helpful and took great care of us. Much thanks to Ramon (Ray) for his patience, culinary suggestions and generally welcoming attitude. I think we were exceptionally lucky as the receptionists the next day were, although professional, not quite as aware or understanding of small details. No complaints though! The room was fantastic. The views over the Albert Cuyp are typical of Amsterdam, and the soundproofing towards the street was good. The entire hotel smells and looks fresh and clean in a really nice way, and the bath products are on par. Great smell and feel, and though not entirely natural my skin had no complaints (it is ridiculously sensitive, pretty much all hotel bath products will get some complaint out of it, except when, like Sir Albert, they actually seem to care about what they offer their guests). Bed was lovely, even if it is on the soft side for hard-mattress lovers. The bath and shower were both fantastic. We also enjoyed sitting in the 'Study', where kicking back is made very easy on deep couches and a cosy fire. Though we didn't do so this time, last time we enjoyed tea and whisky there in the evening, and I thoroughly recommend doing so (possibly with a good book), especially if you have it to yourself and have had enough of your room for a while. In the end we ended up eating 'in' at Izakaya Den, after exploring options in the neighbourhood. The neighbourhood is lovely to explore, with good cafe's around the corner (if you want a good coffee outside, I recommend Roasters & Bakers), and the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh, luxury shops et al. within 10 minutes walk. Thank you, Sir Albert. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay with you (your taste suits us perfectly) and might drop by again soon.
- Walking distance to Heineken Experience and Concertgebouw
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Concierge services
Located in De Pijp, Sir Albert Hotel Amsterdam is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Heineken Experience and Concertgebouw. This 90-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant and a bar/lounge, along with free in-room WiFi. It's in central Amsterdam and also a short walk from Stedelijk Museum and Rijksmuseum.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.
All of Sir Albert Hotel Amsterdam's 90 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, espresso makers, and laptop-compatible safes. Guests can expect 32-inch TVs with satellite channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Pillowtop beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and pillow menus, and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include phones, ironing boards, and desks.
Sir Albert Hotel Amsterdam features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and coffee in a common area. Valet parking is available for EUR 35.00 per day. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include a computer station, a library, and free newspapers.
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90% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1389 reviews