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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
Opted for this hotel as we was told it was Central to the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam, however, it was a 20min tram ride which stopped at midnight so had to get a taxi back. Probably nice for couples as it's in a nice...More
I came here in January 2015 for a city mini break with my boyfriend. We are both 20 years old and found the hotel to be clean and friendly.
The staff were lovely and even ordered us a pizza after we'd got back late.
Lovely hotel with all the basics. We knew the bedrooms were small. But as we spent the whole day outside sightseeing we didn't mind. Basically just slept and after having breakfast, we were out the door again.
The hotel is in a quiet neighbourhood. Well...More
Stayed here with my partner for a night in April as part of our visit to Amsterdam. The location is a little out of the way and in a quiet residential area but the transport links are amazing so I actually enjoyed it being away...More
The hotel is Convenient to transit and the park. Our room was a bit tired with water stains on the ceiling and scuff marks on the walls but it was clean and the bed was comfortable. It was good value for the money. We didn't...More
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!