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All reviewsresidential areatram stopminute walktram numberroom was small but cleanbeautiful parkcentral stationnice hoteltram takesluggage roomcity breakgave us a mapfree wifidam squaretea and coffee facilitiesshort staybars and restaurants
We had a little trouble finding the hotel as we arrived in the dark and had taken the tram from the railroad. Once we found the hotel, the woman who checked us in was very cordial and helpful with directions. When we checked into our...More
This purports to be a 3star hotel. Really? I've been in better hostels.
Right at the top of Vondel Park and easily within walking distance of everything else in an interesting area of Amsterdam and only a 5 minute walk to a tram stop. Sounds...More
We spent 4 days in Amsterdam last week in Hotel Central Park. First - the location. It is located at one end of the beautiful Vondel Park, and the opposite end of the park is near the Museum square. The surroundings are beautiful and peaceful,...More
Very very tiny for 3 ppl. Room not as shown on photos. Can barely move in room with 3 beds.
Dirty and old. Curtains stained. Carpet stained. Wall paper peeling. Bathroom rusted. No free bottled water in rooms as stated. In a residential area (which...More
We had a good stay here, short walk through a lovely park! Towns lovely. The room was very small as we had a twin room. Just seem to have black hair everywhere! But good stay as we just used the room to sleep in really!
Response from Alexandra D | Reviewed this property |
Hello Inda K, we also came from Schiphol airport. We took the train (which is located in the airport. €5.30 for a single, ticket machines will be visible and they only accept card or coins) to central station and from there... More
Hello Inda K, we also came from Schiphol airport. We took the train (which is located in the airport. €5.30 for a single, ticket machines will be visible and they only accept card or coins) to central station and from there, you go outside and cross the street. the tram stop is right there. You want to take the #2 and stop at Amstelveenseweg. You can pay for the tram as you get in and they accept all modes payment. (€3.00 for a single) from there I suggest using a map or gps, but it is really close. Hope this was helpful!