Pros: My wife and I make a great craft cocktail every night and when we travel it's something we look for a truly appreciate.
Merlijn (impossible to pronounce correctly), the head bartender at the brasserie in the hotel is simply, the best. Specific pointer, his Vesper is the best Vesper cocktail we've ever had.
Location. A 4-story hotel with interior design by Anouska Hempel, the Dylan Amsterdam is housed in a 17th-century townhouse located on the Keizersgracht canal, 3 blocks from both Dam Square and the Anne Frank House museum. 2 blocks from the hotel, the Looier Antiques Centre offers a large and eclectic selection of art and antiques. The 80 stalls are open Saturday through Thursday. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is 11.2 miles (18 kilometers) away; guests can arrange a shuttle service on request.
Hotel Features. Converted from an old bakery, complete with original ovens and exposed brickwork, Michelin-starred (Gault Millau rating of 17) Vinkeles restaurant offers French flavors daily, except Sunday evenings, and reservations are essential. In the summer, guests can dine in the tree-lined garden terrace. The hotel also features Brasserie OCCO with a more relaxed atmosphere. A surcharge buffet breakfast is available every morning from 7:00 to 10:30 AM.
Asian minimalism meets avant-garde European design in the Chinese Room, an intimate lounge bar serving drinks from early morning to late evening. Guests receive a discounted rate at a fitness center 2 blocks from the Dylan, where facilities include a gym with cardio and resistance machines, a sauna, and a Turkish bath. Valet parking is available for a surcharge. Cycling is one of Amsterdam's most popular forms of transportation, and the hotel has a limited number of bicycles for rent. Free WiFi is offered throughout the hotel.
Guestrooms. The Dylan Amsterdam's 40 guestrooms feature a blend of European and Asian styles, with bold color schemes, Oriental furniture, and potted orchids. All are equipped with TVs with satellite service, free WiFi, CD players, and minibars. Use of connecting/adjoining rooms can be arranged.
Pros: I hated to leave. Staff and facilities were outstanding. Room was beautiful and luxurious.
Located between two gentle canals in the heart of the city, Sofitel Legend The Grand boasts a rich history. The Grand offers five-star luxury in a unique "Amsterdam" ambiance, furnished with French elegance and grandeur. The rooms, restaurant Bridges, the banqueting halls and the beautiful garden terrace captivate and seduce everyone into visiting the hotel. It is well known for its 'Council Chamber' where the former Dutch Queen, Princess Beatrix got married in 1966.
Zoku Amsterdam features a rooftop terrace and puts you within a 5-minute walk of Skinny Bridge. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout or grab a bite to eat at Living Kitchen, which serves international cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. Rooms at this upscale hotel offer up nice touches like premium bedding, rainfall showerheads, and espresso makers.
Pros: EVERYTHING, FROM THE MOMENT I WALKED IN UNTIL THE CHECK OUT. GREAT HOSPITALITY AND CLOSE TO THE DAM SQUARE AND CENTRAL STATION
Pros: The spacious room and the breakfast.
Cons: The view from our room and no toaster provided to public during breakfast.
Pros: Really, really quiet rooms and amazingly comfy beds. :-)
In a great spot for exploring the city.
Cons: For the price, breakfast could have been included.
Pros: The location of this hotel is excellent, easy walking distance from train station, restaurants, Red Light District, coffeeshops, regular shops, bars and fast-food places. If you're going further a field then trams are just round the corner.
Pros: very nice hotel near Central station may the best confortable you can find in this aera
Pros: Very nice room, good bed.
Pros: Excellent location to have as your base for your Amsterdam adventure!
Cons: Everything superb
Pros: The friendliness of the staff and the promptness to respond to requests. The room was alwas very clean. This hotel is in an excellent location. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again
Pros: The location
Pros: It was near everything in the city
Pros: Central location
Kimpton De Witt Hotel provides a luxurious light-hearted haven where the very best of this iconic city intersects. The hotel is inspired by Dutch heritage but with a tailored twist and Kimpton's signature wit and whimsy. A living wall and Delft-inspired tile welcomes guests into an inviting living room and a lush interior open-air courtyard complete with swings. Our neighbourhood restaurant stars local brews and elevated fare while our beignet and coffee window satisfies late night and early morning cravings. Or experience the historic bar where curated cocktails and a social ambiance prevail. Meetings and events shine in our hotel's boutique ambiance. Eight art-filled spaces totalling 602 square meters inspire big ideas and showcase spectacular events all enhanced by Kimpton's creative panache thoughtful touches and intuitive service.
Pros: The hotel and my room were nice. The staff is excellent,helpful and accommodating. I had a very pleasant stay here.
Cons: The hotel is a good distance from the city center. I think I remember reading ~ a 30 minute walk but it was more like ~50 minutes. Using public transportation, Ubers or taxis is a must.
Pros: Friendliness of staff.
Cons: Flexibility of staff. Overall standards do not meet Okura Tokyo.
Hotel Okura Amsterdam is one of the finest five-star luxury hotels of the Netherlands and part of the Japanese chain Okura Hotels & Resorts. With 300 comfortable rooms, including the largest (485m2) and most luxurious suite of the Benelux Countries, the hotel offers unrivalled high-class accommodation facilities. For wining and dining, you are spoilt for choice with four restaurants that have all been awarded by Michelin. Nagomi Spa & Health offers guests the opportunity to slip out of the daily routine and to take a moment of relaxation by means of a workout or treatment.Located alongside the Amstel Canal, in close proximity of the cultural heart of Amsterdam, Hotel Okura Amsterdam is one of the finest five-star luxury hotels that you will find in the Netherlands and exclusive member of ‘The Leading Hotels of the World’. The hotel is conveniently located in proximity of Schiphol International Airport as well as major tourist attractions.With 300 comfortable rooms, including the largest (485m2) and most luxurious suite of the Benelux Countries, the hotel offers unrivalled high-class accommodation facilities.For sport and leisure you can visit our Nagomi Spa & Health. Meaning ‘calm down’ in Japanese, ‘Nagomi’ offers an opportunity to slip out of the daily routine and take some moments just for you. An exclusive selection of facials, massages, manicure and pedicure and body treatments is offered. With these treatments dedicated to restoring balance to the mind and body, Nagomi Spa invites to linger just a little longer. In addition to a treatment at Nagomi Spa you can also enjoy the facilities of Nagomi Health (1000 sq.m.) which is located next to the spa. Nagomi Health is an oasis of tranquility where you can exercise and relax in total privacy. The gym is equipped with Technogym machines, combining cardio and weight trainings. Personal trainers give you personalised advice and supervise your exercising during a professional one-on-one workout. Nagomi Health also features various relaxation facilities, such as a Jacuzzi, saunas and a swimming pool.
Morgan & Mees puts you within a 10-minute drive of Anne Frank House and Leidseplein. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Morgan & Mees, which serves Mediterranean cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are offered, and rooms at this boutique hotel get the details right with premium bedding and designer toiletries.
Cons: Room is clean at chek in, but cleaning during stay is lacking. Very long waiting for recption service, any time of the day.
At The Student Hotel, we’ve created a one-of-a-kind space that combines the energy and spontaneity of a university campus with the style and full-service amenities of a boutique hotel. In our super sleek communal spaces, everyone is welcome to kick back, relax, play a game of ping pong and soak up some of that groovy atmosphere.
The Student Hotel Amsterdam City is located in a former newspaper printing press on the Wibaustraat in the dynamic neighborhood of Amsterdam East, full of hotspots like Bar Bukowski, trendy restaurants like Rijsel and scenic areas like the Amstel River and the Artis Zoo. The vibrant Pijp neighborhood is an 8 minute stroll from our front door and will lead you to fun, quirky finds like indie labels at Cottoncake boutique, a decadent brunch at Little Colllins and irresistible French fries at Par Hasard.
Pros: Location is very good. In the heart of the city. Few minutes walk from the dam square.
Breakfast is very good and not too expensive.
Cons: Air condition is not working in the room.
Business rooms are in another building across the street.
Rooms are small and not too comfortable.
Parking costs 55 euros per day
The room is expensive comparing to any other such an hotel in Europe. I was expecting much more...
Pros: The business suite was very nice: great bedding, spacious. The staff were helpful. The lobby had electrical and usb outlets.
Cons: My room was in a construction zone accessible only by stairs!! And construction resumed right outside in the morning. They shouldn't put people there, or should start construction later in the day.
I also found it a little odd that there would be no usb jack in a business suite.
Pros: Superb location, friendly and attentive staff, clean and comfortable. A very good value.
Pros: People at frontera desk were really helpful, nice bar área rooms are modern and comfortable
Pros: Gorgeous interior in the heart of the old city. Breakfast was incredible and sumptuous. Staff are warm, friendly, and attentive. Location is fantastic.
Cons: 1. Heating was a major problem.
2. Parking is a nightmare.
3. Shower hot water not as hot as it should be.
4. Complimentary coffee in the lobby area is absent, though one can pay EUR 2-2.50 for a cup. Should be gratis.
Once this is attended to, this will be able to achieve deserved greatness.
2015-2017 TripAdvisor Hall of Fame-Certificate of Excellence Opened in 1990, the Radisson Blu is made up of several renovated 18th-century merchant houses, a mill and a vicarage, all connected by a modern, glass atrium lobby. The hotel has conference rooms and dedicated business services, but leisure travelers also enjoy the hotel’s central, but quiet location in the historic district, within easy walking distance of major sights, shopping, and entertainment. The hotel lobby features a mezzanine garden under the glass atrium where guests can relax, and a business corner featuring a computer station and printer and a large selection of international business journals and magazines. There are also 9 state-of-the-art function rooms with all facilities to make your meeting successful, 252 rooms and suites, a cosy bar and a nice restaurant. Free wireless Internet throughout the hotel. Monitors at the hotel entrance show real-time airport departure information.
Pros: Hotel was awesome!! Staying here was an awesome decision. Right next to a metro station, so instant access to city center and everywhere. Hotel was beautiful and everyone was wonderful. Many many amenities and great roof party!
Pros: The finishing touches here are very well and impressively done, and it makes your stay a real pleasure!
Volkshotel puts you just a 5-minute drive from Stopera and features a nightclub and a rooftop terrace. Guests can indulge in massages and enjoy international cuisine at Canvas Restaurant, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge, a spa tub, and a sauna are other highlights.
Amsterdam ID Aparthotel features a rooftop terrace and puts you within a 15-minute drive of Anne Frank House. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout or grab a bite to eat at Adam's ID, which serves international cuisine and is open for breakfast. A bar/lounge and a sauna are offered, and in-room conveniences at this Art Deco hotel include refrigerators and microwaves.
Pros: Terrific staff, lovely views of the river. Good location.
Cons: I chose the wrong date and they were very unhelpful with helping me change it around.
Cons: Unfortunately the hotel is next door to a city music facility and there were extremely loud pounding rave concerts from 9 pm until 6 am the next day. Despite being 15 floors above, the super loud base beat still penetrated the room until 6 am. Nothing the hotel could do but would advise avoiding Friday and Saturday nights if possible. Very close to a tram station for transportation to Centraal Station. Buy the 24 or 36 hour tram pass and once you learn the routes hop on and off at your pleasure.
Pros: This hotel is very close to everything. Conveniently located near Centraal station- the tourist and transport hub. Segway, bike shop and bike parking at hotel is a plus. Hotel itself is very modern- spacious, and boutique-like with friendly multi-lingual staff. Fitness and spa center are superb compared to 4 or 5 star hotels we've stayed in this summer elsewhere in Europe. Excellent restaurant menu. Main asset: the staff.
Cons: Internet service was intermittent during the week (hotel gave us credit back though). Cruise ship blares horn in the morning. Restaurant service could use some help.
Providing panoramic views over the city and river, this Amsterdam Hotel lies within walking distance of the historical city center, the Central Station and cultural hotspots.
Pros: Room in renovated wing was close to street and loud but gave an excellent people watching view
Cons: המלון עובר שיפוץ בלובי שלא ידענו בעת ההזמנה, אני חושב שזה פרט חשוב לדעת בעת ההזמנה, זה לא היה קריטי אבל רלוונטי. 25-5-2015
Set in a historic building that dates back to 1855, NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is a landmark in Amsterdam. It is situated right on the main square and enjoys a privileged location overlooking the Royal Palace. Reach many of the city’s attractions on foot, such as the Van Gogh Museum, the Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam Central Station is only seven minutes away. Recently renovated, NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky has 451 spacious contemporary rooms. There are 8 family rooms, 35 apartments with canal views and 10 premium triple rooms. Each has individually controlled air-conditioning, Nespresso machines, rain-effect showers and ultra-comfortable mattresses. The height of luxury is the Royal Suite, spread over two floors. A delectable breakfast is served daily in the grand 19th century Winter Garden. A perfect setting for a wedding, the hotel has 20 meeting rooms for up to 700 people. Opened in April 2016, The White Room is a true gastronomic delight. 3-Michelin star chef, Jacob Jan Boerma, heads the kitchen. Grand Café Krasnapolsky is ideal for business lunches, enjoying views of the Dam Square. To unwind, head to Bar The Tailor and enjoy a cocktail menu hand-crafted by Tess Posthumus.
Pros: Very nice, staff was very helpful and professional.
Pros: location + staff
Cons: the bed wasnt comfortable
The Amsterdam American Hotel - Hampshire Eden was built in 1900 and is officially listed as a monument. This hotel combines an elegant Art-Deco heritage with modern facilities and Roaring-Twenties ambience.
Pros: This was a fantastic place to stay. I would recommend it highly. Convienently located near the train station and cruise boat landings.
Set down your bags and relax at Swissotel Amsterdam. The hotel is located just off Dam Square, next to the Royal Palace in the heart of the city centre. Easily accessible by public transport, only 7 minutes walking distance to Amsterdam Central train station. Our hotel is perfectly located for both business and leisure. Meet up with your business partners or enjoy the city's attractions. A rich breakfast buffet is served for a great start to your day. We will guarantee you a pleasant stay.
Pros: We've been traveling to different parts of Europe and the Park hotel had the most comfortable bed we slept on during our travels. The location is absolutely perfect. Max 10-15 minute walk to most attractions.. Anne Frank House, red light district, museums, casinos, cafes, parks.. Most were only 5 minutes away.
Pros: Next door to museums and across the street from canal, cruises and casino
Very helpful and professional staff and excellent restaurant on site (MOMO).
Clean, well appointed room of adequate size.
Cons: Road traffic could be heard but not a significant negative
Pros: The location is perfect. We recieved a warm welcome upon arrival, and was please try suprised at the accomodations. The bed was very comfortable, view perfect, and the room size would meet or exceed any standards. Literally the best location for a brief walk to vo delpark, museums, de hallen, red light district, and tram stops.
Cons: There is no pool, but for us we didn't care. The lobby was warm, as is standard in most of holland, but rooms are well air conditioned.
Pros: Cleaning staff was nice.
Cons: Water leaked from my ceiling onto me in the middle of the night. managenent was totally unhelpful.
Pros: Location and staff were great. Breakfast although pricey was huge! Very decent! Very clean and comfy bed. Room was modern although the "non-divided"/private bathroom may be an issue to non-couples.
Cons: Some of the toiletries where empty.
Pros: - Proximity to Amsterdam's famous museums
- Comfort of the bed
- Size of the bathroom (we got a handicapped room)
- Availability of luxurious toiletries
- Clean, well-kept rooms
- Friendly staff
- DELICIOUS hot chocolate
- Free, reliable wifi
Cons: - Room itself was a little small
- Cleaning staff arrived at 8am
Pros: From a tourist perspective the location of this hotel is very good indeed, it is just metres from the great galleries and Vondel Park, and close to Jordaan. The #197 trolley bus around the corner opposite the Van Gogh museum takes you to Schiphol in 30 minutes for 5 euro (pay as you get on), every 1/4 hour, and trams #2 and #5 take you to the main railway station.
Despite being on the relatively busy Stadhoudekade street, the hotel is quiet. The rooms are clean, very comfortable, slightly but not overly cramped, idiosyncratic in design, with air conditioning that works.
The staff are intelligently helpful, switched on, and very pleasant. I think that is a Dutch thing anyway.
I took the 'with breakfast' option. I recommend it.
All this comes in at about $210/night per room including taxes. There are plenty of cheaper places around but if you are in Amsterdam for a couple of days and want a faultless, quiet, reliable, central place to stay, this is a good candidate to consider, and worth the money if you have it.
Cons: The only thing that I wasn't keen on was the Momo restaurant that is attached to the hotel. It is a Sushi only restaurant, so if Sushi is not what you want, too bad. We ate there one evening and while the Sushi itself was no doubt excellent, it was expensive for what it was - as in my opinion Sushi tends to be. If you like a rank of chefs attending minutely to each bite, and lots of pretty waitresses regularly asking if you need anything, or don't really mind about the cost, that's fine, enjoy it and pony up liberally at the end. Otherwise, don't come to this place too hungry, or with kids, this one is for the up-market purists. There are better places nearby, serving quality food of other types for quite a lot less.
Pros: Location is great.
Standard rooms are a bit small but great for a couple.
Staff is very professional.
Concierge is great with recommendations
This hotel is in several traditionally-Dutch, canalside properties and is set in the centre of Amsterdam, 300 metres from Van Gogh Museum and the nightlife of the Leidseplein.
Pros: The building itself was lovely, very gothic with a cozy feel. The breakfast was excellent, make sure you get it included in your original price. The spa was nice and the staff was extremely helpful. We rented bikes from the hotel for a day and they were very good rides, better than our bikes at home! The mini bar is stocked daily and is FREE! We kept drinking our mini wines in the double bath tub every night. Great location, across the canal from central station. A great choice for our honeymoon stay.
Cons: Our room was on the first floor, so keeping the windows open at night for a breeze did not work out as the street noise was too loud. Our last night we noticed a small visitor in our room, a mouse, who was persistent and did not want to leave. It was our last night so we just said our goodnight to our guest and slept, it's an old building so I don't think it is an "infestation" but rather something that comes with staying in an old, large building.
Pros: Great location, friendly staff
Cons: The room was incredibly stuffy as there was no A/C. We couldn't open the windows at night because the building construction next door started promptly at 7 am and the noise was unbearable with the windows open. Would never had booked here if I knew I would get about 2 hrs of sleep per night. The price was decent but now I know why!
Pros: Close to everything including ships
Pros: The Hotel Amrath is a jewel among luxury hotels--beautiful architecture inside and out; clean, spacious comfortable rooms; great accommodating staff; and centrally located so one can walk everywhere. Don't miss the gorgeous pool and spa.
Pros: A different and positive Amsterdam experience. Great location and facilities.
Pros: The building is an antique that seems to recently been rejuvenated. It's important to keep this in mind when coming here, because the place is not a modern hotel, and so some modern things may be missing. For example, the elevators could be quite awkward and I cannot imagine how the floors are handicap accessible. That said, the bathrooms were brand new and quite nice. And finally, they throw in a full, FREE mini-bar.
Cons: It's a bit expensive, and going up and down stairs can be annoying with luggage.
This hotel, built in 1912, is located in the monumental Scheepvaarthuis and adjacent to the harbour. Nieuwmarkt Square and the Public Library are nearby and Central Station is 500 meters away.
Pros: Favorite hotel to stay at. The location is great it is easy walking distance from Train station to get back to the airport. When I travel I Have 3 to 4 bags (1-2 large 50lb bags, 1 back pack and a carry on.) it is very easy to drag the bags hotel. If you get in before room is ready or check-in time they have a room they can put your bag. What is great is that it has coffee shops and great food choices, if you want Restaurant food or fast food, they are within 3-5 mins from the door. I have stayed at the hotel 4 times and will be staying again next time I have a layover. The price is very fair and great location.
Pros: Super easy to get to -- just a 2 minute walk across the street from the train station. Inexpensive. Lovely staff.
Cons: The bed had fresh, white sheets. The bathroom didn't feel super clean -- really the only thing I didn't like.
A Train Hotel offers an airport shuttle at scheduled times and puts you in a great location, within a 15-minute walk of The Old Church and New Church. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Pullman Lounge, which serves breakfast. Other highlights include a bar/lounge, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Pros: Outstanding location. Excellent staff. We would use it again and plan to have FREIND's stay there in August
Cons: Great staff knowledgeable about area and willing to answer questions and provide direction. Rooms are clean.
Cons: Being overcharged/ They cached my deposit and failed to return it!
Bordered by a warren of narrow streets lined with pubs, cafés, and restaurants, this hotel faces a small square, and is 400 metres from the central train station. Dam Square, Royal Palace, and Nieuwe Kerk are all within 500 metres of the hotel.
Cons: Lounge didn't have food available all the time
Lounge should open at 5 am
We were with my handicap father and the hotel lobby is handicap accessible but it would be a real problem if he had to leave quickly.
Pros: The location is perfect, walking distance from the train. We also walked both days from the hotel through the neighborhoods to the museum district and back. The breakfast and cocktail receptions were an added benefit.
Pros: Great location. great food, friendly staff.
Pros: We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Amsterdam and couldn't have asked for a better hotel. Very comfortable, immaculate, great location, incredibly friendly and professional staff. Would definitely recommend this hotel for pleasure or business trip.
Pros: Great central location. Nice, business-class hotel with good facilities and service. Ask for room facing courtyard, which is quieter than street side. Kayak price of $170/nt incl (very good) breakfast was great deal for this property.
Cons: Had booking confirmation in-hand.
Manager asked a ton of questions, asked me to email her the confirmation, wasted a half hour till she finally told me the reservation cannot be honored because their reservation system was already closed, meaning they overbooked and refused my reservation after I already showed up at the hotel.
They wasted my time.
They were rude.
They tried to blame me even though all i did was book online.
They provided no assistance in getting a different room in the city.
BE CAREFULL ON BUSY NIGHTS, THEY OVERBOOK.
A contemporary experience is yours to discover at the Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel. An ideal destination for both business and leisure travelers to the Netherlands, our hotel boasts a prime location in the heart of central Amsterdam; we provide simple access to a vast range of the city's best-known landmarks. Make yourself at home in your stylish guest room, which features plush bedding, a flat-screen TV, well-lit work area and a mini-bar. Indulge in skillfully crafted Italian fare at Scossa, our on-site restaurant, or challenge yourself to a workout in our gym. We can set the stage for a remarkable meeting or wedding here in the Netherlands. Guests can host an event in the historic 17th-century domed Koepelkerk building, a striking example of Amsterdam's distinctive neoclassical architecture; the Koepelkerk is located adjacent to our hotel. In addition, our central location is convenient to Madame Tussauds and Dam Square. Immerse yourself in the unique culture of the city at the Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel.
Choose the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel as your home base for your trip to the Netherlands. With an unparalleled location across from the Leidseplein, our hotel places you moments from Amsterdam city centre's most celebrated shopping, dining and entertainment destinations. Unwind in your recently renovated room or suite designed by Piet Boon, which boasts impeccable modern design accents with natural materials. We also feature fine steakhouse dining at Midtown Grill, a vibrant bar and lounge, and a 24-hour fitness center with sauna. In addition, we're one of Amsterdam city centre's premier meeting, conference and social venues. Host your next occasion with us in the Netherlands to enjoy modern, recently refurbished event space and innovative planning services. Our prime location places you close to the Anne Frank House, the Van Gogh Museum and Vondelpark. Book your visit to the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel for a unique blend of elegant design and contemporary comfort.
Pros: Great stay here by myself....I felt safer than other parts of Amsterdam. Woah....great neighborhood.
Cons: Students spoke in Dutch to each other in front of me several times.
The College Hotel offers an airport shuttle and a great location, putting you within just a 10-minute walk of Concertgebouw and Stedelijk Museum. The bar is a great place to grab a drink, and guests looking for a bite to eat can check out The College Restaurant, which serves international cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Rooms at this upscale hotel get the details right with nice touches like bathrobes, slippers, and designer toiletries.