See why so many travellers make Hotel des Arts Amsterdam their hotel of choice when visiting Amsterdam. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quaint setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
While staying at Hotel des Arts Amsterdam, visitors can check out Hagelswag (0.2 mi) and Dam Square (0.4 mi), some of Amsterdam's top attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel des Arts Amsterdam offer a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including baggage storage. Guests of Hotel des Arts Amsterdam are also welcome to enjoy breakfast buffet, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, there is paid public parking available nearby.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Amsterdam's popular lobster restaurants such as Sea Palace, The Seafood Bar van Baerlestraat, and Bridges Dining, all a short distance from Hotel des Arts Amsterdam.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Red Light District (0.4 mi), Anne Frank House (0.6 mi), or Van Gogh Museum (0.8 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At Hotel des Arts Amsterdam, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Amsterdam.
The location is fantastic. We stayed here as a family for 3 nights and could walk or cycle everywhere we wanted to go and nip back to our room during the day. Also we were able to leave our luggage prior to checking in. Staff were friendly and helpful the whole atmosphere was laid back. Breakfast was a good continental - fresh breads, croissants, cold meats, eggs, granola, yogurt etc with good coffee and juice. Stairs are very steep and would be a problem for anyone with slight mobility issues or lots of luggage - but for us it wasn’t an issue. Room was basic and could do with being updated but quiet and adequate. Housekeeping was an issue - we had to ask twice for our towels to be changed on day 3 and the bins emptied. The cafe on ground floor served really good coffee and was a nice place to sit and watch the world go by. I would say that you are paying for the location, not for any luxury - Hotel des Arts is more like an eclectic hostel than a hotel.…
The hotel was booked by another family member and I was a little worried at first after reading some of the other reviews. One entering the hotel I was soon put at ease. The decor is classical/modern and the staff were polite and friendly. My room, although at the rear and with no view, was large, nicely equipped and decorated, and very clean. My only negative comment would be about the breakfast arrangements. The breakfast room is small and got quite busy. There didn't seem to be much consideration given to covid contamination in respect of the self service of food and drinks. That said, there was plenty of choice and no restrictions on what you could have. The other thing I should mention is that the staircases in this old hotel may prove tricky for some older or less mobile guests. In summary, this is a very well located, elegant, friendly hotel, with a relaxed atmosphere (as you would expect in Amsterdam!) I would definitely use this hotel again.…
My 14 year old daughter and I checked in 1/4/22. It’s a small, quirky typical Dutch hotel (no lifts, narrow stairs). We were met by a very welcoming receptionist, who gave us plenty of ideas of places to visit that may not be obvious to tourists - but that were all worth a visit. The hotel is beautifully decorated - arty, not pretentious. The room was very spacious with a canal view, basic en-suite (shower not bath). Warm and comfortable - plenty of storage and seating too. It is 3 stars and daily room servicing is basic - this was fine for us, but if you expect pristine bed making, emptied bins and restocked tea making facilities daily you might not be pleased with the service. Having said that everywhere was very clean, including communal lounge (where I sat and enjoyed a glass of wine whilst reading and watching the world go by). Breakfast was continental and the smell of fresh baked Danish pastries got us out of bed in the morning. The staff - all the staff, made this hotel the wonderful experience it was! They were so helpful and friendly and enthusiastic - nothing was too much trouble. I would definitely stay here again, I would recommend this place to anyone spending time in Amsterdam! Thank you for making us so welcome.…
A disgusting backpacker shambles. First impression of Amsterdam. Will never visit Amsterdam again because of this hotel. Why are they still in business? Lots of negative reviews seen after the fact. Do not book. filthy thin mattresses, leaky bathrooms, hot rooms with bare necessities, rude staff.
I had to book an impromptu stay here. The staff at this hotel made me feel right at home. Very welcoming and friendly. Breakfast was very good with lovely warm croissants. It’s not a luxury hotel but I give it full stars for cleanliness, location and staff.
Hotel is in old building, there is no elevator, floors are hanging on side, and furniture is outdated and damaged. staff are friendly and polite, but they are not educated. lobby should be perfect place for meetings and chatting, but it was full of goods and food for sale, like food store. superb location, walking distance from flower market, Dam square, Rembrantplain, Kalverstraat... and 100 meters from Metro station. Rooms are spacious, and fairly clean. Buffet breakfast was standard, better than average.
Very nice little hotel on the busy main street, but it was calm and quiet. Check-in was friendly and efficient, very effortless indeed. The staff are polite and competent and seemed always happy to answer questions. The breakfast included was typical Euro style and certainly enough to get you going. (Ask for big cups for coffee). Be warned that there are many stairs and they are fairly steep. Request a room on a low floor to avoid the climbs. Otherwise, just lovely!
Excellent hotel, centrally located with great staff. We took a family room which sleeps 5. Very close to the city centre and pulic transport. The bathroom looks a bit old, but then at this price you are not expecting the Ritz anyway.
Night and weekend staff were rude and insulting to me. I was traveling alone and on a Thursday early evening, i was heading out to find some dinner. I slipped on the wet front steps and fell to the ground. Some nice people passing by came to my aid and helped me back inside the lobby area of the hotel. I asked the male desk clerk to please call for an ambulance. He told me “ you don’t have money for it ! You are just drunk”. I laid on the floor for over three hours trying to get someone to get help for me. But as each guest came through the lobby, he told them to ignore me and that I was a drunk that passed out. I finally got the police on the phone and they sent officers by. I was not drunk!!! I had fractured my hip falling down their cement stairs!!! I spent two days in Amsterdam hospital and was given lots of pain medicine so I could get back to London. I begged that man to call for help and he refused!! Never Ever Ever stay at this place!!…
The room is small but i still like it, i mean.. i was alone that time.. the lobby area has a cute spot that looks so comfy and homy.. for sure its a spot for other guests to take a picture including myself hehe