Ratings based on 350 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.1 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveller from London, England
Reasonable budget hotel in a good locationPosted 25-Oct-2014
Pros: The location, the breakfasts and the price.
Location: Taxi to the airport was 40 Euro and took about 20 minutes.
We stayed with our two children, aged 13 and 10 for 4 days in October 2014. The hotel had an unimpressing exterior but was in a good location, easy walking distance for the Rijks, Van Gough, Stedelijk Museums/Galleries and the Vondel Park. Public transport was also close by, with trams stops to the city centre just 5 minutes away. There were also a wide range of tourist class restaurants within 5-10 minues. We also walked back from the Anne Frank House but it was a long walk. We had a quadruple room on the 3rd floor, which was basic but clean. It was quiet at night but the room was a bit stuffy with no AC. Breakfast was a basic continental brekfast but reasonable quality with fresh rolls, meat and cheese and nice scrambled eggs every day. Overall we had no complaints and this was just right for us and what we wanted to do in Amsterdam.
by A verified traveller
Very small bedroomPosted 11-Oct-2014
Location: Very central location ~ all the main tourist attractions were within walking distance.
Did we book a single by mistake? The smaller than standard double bed was jammed up into the corner with very little room on the remaining 2 sides. The ensuite was on the small side, about half the size of the bedroom, but very clean
by A verified traveller from london
Waste of moneyPosted 6-Oct-2014
Pros: not alot
Cons: over priced
better off in a hostel overpriced dark noisy.would not stay there again unless you are desperate do not stay. First room they gave us was already occupied.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller
Simple clean hotel in a convenient area with a great breakfast.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveller
Everything as expectedPosted 22-Jul-2014 on Hotels.com
In the many hotels we stayed in Amsterdam this was the only one with a AC unit which was a life saver on one of the hottest days they've had. Concierge was very professional and service exactly as expected.
by A verified traveller from Norway
Good location but terrible conditionsPosted 18-Jul-2014
Pros: Location and staff
Cons: Building architecture is not for hotel
Breakfast far from good, almost no choices. room is not so comfortable and very small. No noise isolations with outside and neighbours. good staff. Good location.
by A verified traveller from Canada
Good location. That's about it.Posted 5-Jul-2014
Located in a good area of Amsterdam. I guess that's what you pay for here. Possibly the worst hotel I've ever stayed in. My room was old, dated, and tiny. I've stayed in plenty of hotels in Europe, so I know the rooms can be small. A complete rip-off for the price. Wouldn't recommend this place to anyone.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Tel Aviv
Very well located hotelPosted 30-Jun-2014
Pros: The breakfast is varied enough and suited my needs perfectly. Room amenities are all functional and useful.
Cons: Lack of air in the room
Location: Great location near main tourism, leasure and business hotspots
Arriving very early after a long trip is often a problem because the room is not immediately available. The staff did their best to get my room ready asap so I could get some rest before getting started with my work meetings.
by Ian from Essex, UK
Tired Hotel with disinterested staffPosted 12-May-2014
Pros: Convenient location
Cons: Cleanliness, building maintenance and some sense that the owners or manager(s) really want guests to enjoy their stay
Location: Very close to the museum quarter (Reichsmuseum and Van Goch museum) as well as within walking distance of all the main city attractions and shopping
Having stayed in a similar class of Hotel in Amsterdam 3 years ago with friendly and helpful staff, the Hotel de Paris was a disappointment. Reception staff seemed disinterested and unenthusiastic about both their hotel and the city. The room was small (which was not a problem in itself as many hotels in this city are housed in traditional Dutch buildings with limited space), however it was also rather grubby with dirty net curtains and bed linen that had received minimal laundering. In the stairwell there were numerous stains on the carpets and the whole place had the feel of a rather cheap and unloved lodging house rather than the city centre hotel that it was billed as and charges room rates accordingly.
by Paul from Seattle, WA
Our stay in AmsterdamPosted 28-Apr-2014
While the hotel was conveniently located to Centrum district and various tram lines, the room was extremely small and cramped. Several of the power outlets did not work and we could only use the one with the hair dryer, making it very inconvenient to charge our electronics. The hotel was full owing to the Kings Day celebration was was noisy with other guests celebrating well into the night and slamming doors.