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Amsterdam Hotel London

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Booked this as I was taking my 2 kids to Chelsea match.Location ideal but what a terrible experience. The hotel clearly knew I booked for 1 adult and 2 children and allocated me a single sized room with a tiny double bed for 3 people!!!When I complained I was told that I chose to book a double.I told the guy that the option for a double was there when I entered 3 people so I expected a folding bed at least. He shrugged his shoulders and offered a twin double which he expected me to pay extra for.I declined in disgust.It was an extremely uncomfortable night. Staff were moody and not welcoming.For anyone reading positive reviews about this hotel-IGNORE THEM!

Stayed for two nights on business and was not impressed. I know London is expensive but it is getting ridiculous on what you get for your money. WiFi was not working at all on my floor (3rd) which was really annoying as I need it for work. To be fair, the friendly staff did try to make it better but it did not make up for the lackluster experience of this hotel. I attached a photo of the only item worth eating at breakfast but they were burnt, and not just the one time. Next time I will shell out (even) more and find somewhere more suitable.

Not the best and nothing like the description. Mattress needs renewing on the bed. Room very hot. Tv rubbish and kept losing the signal. No proper bacon for breakfast just turkey bacon! Shower was ok but no fluffy white towels as the description says.

Well it's close to the tube station, which is handy...but I certainly wouldn't to stay again. Tired bedroom with cold wooden floor. Intercom didn't work so for every problem I had to flog up and down two floors to reception. Had a shower, only to discover there was no bath or floor towel supplied (had to use the bed sheet. Ah, such luxury). Loo seat was bust so that was certainly an adventure. Then aged TV didn't work because of bad connections. There were no instructions in the bedroom on how to work the two remote controls nor reminder of what the internet password was (for some reason it's only kept down in reception)...aargh. Disinterested reception staff could hardly look up from their screens. Glad to get out.

I have stayed here twice. I much prefer independent hotels because the staff are much friendlier, chain ones get so boring with the same decor etc. For my first stay of 4 nights my partner and I were given a huge family room on the top floor which even had a small seating area just outside our door almost like we had our own little lounge. The towels, linen,duvets, pillows and mattress were good quality so slept well. Good size bathroom with modern power shower and very clean. The room was modern with flat screen TV wood floors and plenty of room for me to do my yoga practice. My second stay with my daughter we were given a room on the first floor with two double beds which was also spacious enough to do yoga in and very modern with good lighting for doing your make-up. Both rooms had good views with nice windows and black out curtains . The location was 60 seconds walk from earls court tube with great restaurants nearby. Also the breakfast was good. We would definitely stay at The Amsterdam Hotel again.

Rooms were seriously old. TV did. It work in any of the rooms booked. Breakfast was limited. The stairwell looks like it's going to collapse. Staff are nice but the rooms need serious updating. The shower control fell apart in my hand and it took 10 mins to get hot water.

Booked here because of the proximity of Earl's Court tube station on the line to Wimbledon. Hotel staff were very friendly, but the room (and apparently most others ) was tiny ( no bedside table both sides, and one side of the bed against the wall). Air conditioning was to open the window. There were a few ants at the start of our 3 day stay, but many, many more at the end of it. Paid an extra £5.00 for cooked breakfast that was totally inedible. Also worried that if ants were in our room upstairs - were they in the kitchen too? We purposely chose a 'budget' hotel as we knew we would be out a lot, so didn't expect luxury, but whatever grade of hotel we stay, I do expect CLEAN and free of insects. I can assuredly say we will never stay at the Amsterdam Hotel in Trebovir Road ever again - I'll chose somewhere clean and pest free and walk a little further to the nearest tube.

My wife an I stayed at the Amsterdam Hotel for 4 nights (July 6-10) and we found the hotel to be very nice. The room was small but comfortable. There was no thermostat in the room to control the air but a fan was in the closet of the room and we made use of it nightly. The room was a little warm by American standards but we slept fine. The staff was friendly and responsive to all of our needs and the reception desk had someone there 24 hours a day. This hotel is close to theEarl's Court Underground which made navigating London a breeze. There is also plenty of cafes and even a grocery store within a block of this hotel. The internet was free and adequate but required constant logging in, a minor inconvenience. We have no complaints about our stay but beware of the lack of AC if you come in the summer.

Can't really fault anything here. Stayed few times here always has been great. Nice and clean well as vert comfortable. The room are decent size. Location on spot. And reasonable price. Just great to be here.

Stayed here for 1 night and 2 days recently and was very impressed by this great hotel. We checked in late but staff were very friendly and welcoming - including some helpful advice on car parking etc. The location is incredible, you are in earls court in under a minutes walk with access to the tube and all the restaurants, cafes etc ideal for brunch or lunch when required. The facilities were modern and clean and the room itself was of an excellent standard. Would highly recommend to anyone visiting London wanting a great value friendly hotel in the heart of the city!

7 Trebovir Road London England

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Royal Albert Hall and Natural History Museum
  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Earl's Court, Amsterdam Hotel London is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Royal Albert Hall and Natural History Museum. This 27-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a computer station. Buckingham Palace and Big Ben are also near this London hotel.


Free continental breakfast is served each morning from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM.


The 27 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, free newspapers, and ceiling fans. Guests can expect free WiFi and satellite TV. Phones and desks are other standard amenities.

Property features

Guests staying at Amsterdam Hotel London enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and a garden. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Family Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

80% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 658 reviews