Just five minutes walk from Schiphol airport (so you don't have to deal with waiting for and then crowding into hotel shuttles with all your luggage), this hotel has thought of everything little thing a traveler needs, at half the price of the other airport-adjacent hotels. Everything about the rooms ...
Located only 10 mins from Schiphol Airport, this hotel was perfect for our stay. We could choose from high end or fast food restaurants and walk to them, parking was free, beds were comfy, lots of water pressure, air conditioning. It was a good choice for us at the end of our vacation. We were tired, ...
Bathroom shower not so clean, and hotel lobby and restaurant are under renovations. Staff is very courteous, love the angry birds game in the elevators. Bed is comfy, and location is very convenient for RAI station and # 4 tram.
My husband and I stayed here for two weeks. We wanted somewhere quiet and spacious and this hotel definitely provided that. Bonus points for black out curtains. We did like that there was a free shuttle bus to and from the airport and we never had to wait around too long. We also ordered room service ...
We only stayed for a couple of nights. The room was clean and beds comfortable. Bathroom very clean. Didn't feel the ac cooling much but it easn't hot. There was a misunderstanding as I asked for some gel packs to be frozen in order to transport a medicine an when I picked them up they were just ...
Amsterdam is a beautiful city with flowing canals, giving it the nickname "Venice of the North." It is also the capital city of the Netherlands and yet, not the center of government. As such, Amsterdam is rather a center of arts and culture. There are nearly 400 hotels in Amsterdam, and the guests at Amsterdam hotels may choose from inexpensive small inns to full service, upscale hotels like the Toren or the impressive Banks Mansion.
The largest convention center in the Netherlands is the Amsterdam RAI Convention Center. It can host international trade fairs, expos, and shows like the Shrek Musical and the HET Instruments trade show.
Any type of cuisine in the world can be found in Amsterdam. If, hotels Amsterdam guests would like to sample Dutch cuisine, visit the Gartine that has been featured in major Dutch publications.
The Anne Frank House is a must-see in Amsterdam. Visitors can see where she lived and learn the tragic history of the Frank family and World War II. Visitors also enjoy the local Van Gogh Museum, which features the world's largest Van Gogh collection.
Amsterdam is home to a number of shops, from open-air markets to high-end fashion boutiques. The Waterlooplein Market, near the Amstel River, has over 300 distinct stalls and sells all types of merchandise.
Sports are beloved in Amsterdam and ice hockey is huge. The Amstel Tijgers are the professional ice hockey team that plays at the Jaap Eden baan. The ArenA in Bijlmermeer hosts the Ajax soccer team.
Just five minutes walk from Schiphol airport (so you don't have to deal with waiting for and then crowding into hotel shuttles with all your luggage), this hotel has thought of everything little thing a traveler needs, at half the price of the other airport-adjacent hotels. Everything about the rooms is thoughtful, convenient, and often cheeky and fun. If you have an early flight, I highly recommend this hotel.
Nice and quite neighborhood, very helpful staff. Good breakfast with all options. Only down side is property is old and a little renovation is required to bring it on mark of Crowne Plaza.
Right in the heart of the city center, close to many interesting things
I stayed here with my 3 younger daughters. We rented to quad room. It was comfortable, felt safe and was super convenient to the train. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay again!