It's a bit of a way from the centre but use the hotel shuttle then get a gvb ticket for bus tram and boat
Very convenient for Schiphol stopovers. Nice trendy atmosphere. Decent food and drink
? Room was'nt made up when returned 9pm.Had to imform Management
Clean room but indifferent staff, hard bed, buffet breakfast (a very limited overpriced continental breakfast), woken by noisy guests all night & cleaners at 6.45am. Oh & used condoms outside of the bedroom window, wonderful! A park bench would be cheaper, have better standards & be more ...
I stay here when I'm in Amsterdam as convenient for the Airport with a transfer bus, enjoyed the buffet breakfast, ( was that edam with cumin, I can't remember if it was) lovely hotel nice beer, friendly staff, a short walk away is a public bus station which is handy.
The hotel was OK for 2 nights - a clean room with air con. That said, I would choose a different hotel closer to the centre if I was visiting for 3 or more days.
The only benefit is the situation in the centre. Room was very small with a sink. Sanitary rooms were shared. Stiff stairs. Nothing special in this hotel.
Really enjoyed my stay at this hotel would recommend to friends & would probably never stay anywhere else in Amsterdam
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