Really nice hotel, rooms were small but very cosy, I liked how you could control the rooms temperature, lighting (including mood lighting) and even the blinds, it's very modern and clever, only flaw there were blinds in the windows so you didn't get a clear view out of them and they don't open but there is good air con which makes up for it. Staff are lovely and very helpful. Only bad thing about out holiday was going home!
Traveller from Amsterdam
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This is a lovely hotel as long as you don't mind being quite a distance from the centre of Amsterdam. It's a very nice area and there are a few nice restaurants. The buffet breakfast is very good although a little pricey, you can get breakfast at a local restaurant for half the price but you don't get so much choice of course!
Very comfy bed and pillows.
Love the location. Quiet but close to everything. Don't like that they prefer to speak english first. I can speak broken dutch and wanted to practice. The outside lounge area is too pricey for a cup of coffee and pastry and service is slow (fine for a business meeting but not for someone needing a caffeine fix before hitting the streets of Amsterdam . Rooms and service are both excellent.
First of all, excellent staff, very clean and very convenient. The staff was very accommodating and professional as well as friendly. The location was very nice. You walk outside and you are at a tram stop that will take you directly to the center of town in 15-25 minutes depending on where you want to go (however being that close means tram noise periodically all night). There is a bakery around the corner and a grocery store one block way (same side of the street walking in the direction of the tram stops 1 block away). There are some restaurants nearby.
The cleaning staff always did a great job and made sure to get to our room no matter what time we actually ended up leaving it.
My only complaint is that the room was small and cramped. I am sure there are some rooms like in the pictures and some of the pictures do show small rooms however I was surprised when I walked in. The toilet area was very small and there was no tub just a very small shower stall. There was also no small refrigerator or microwave.
I will also say that most of Amsterdam seems to be built that way where the buildings are skinny and rooms are small.
Very clean, comfy beds, good hot shower. The hotel is a little bit out of the way but we enjoyed the walk and for this reason the hotel was nice and quiet. We didn't spend much time there and didn't eat or drink but the bar area has a lovely view onto the canal. When it rained we were lent an umbrella
We had a very pleasant stay at the Adelphi Hotel. We were given the quiet room we asked for overlooking the garden and away from the traffic noise. The staff were very friendly and helpful, and although there were no tea making facilities on our room the free tea, coffee and cake available in the bar 24/7 was a very nice touch. Our only small gripe was that our request to replace a light bulb that was not working in the main light was not attended to which made the lighting rather poor.
Spacious, clean room. Nice big bathroom. Friendly staff. Location was quiet as far as street noise goes. It was a little far away from things, but the tram stop was very close so we just rode it everywhere! My only gripe is that people were so loud when they came in at night and left in the morning. I didn't know there were so many doors to slam, but they slammed them all.
Traveller from Nashville
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Xaviera's is a bit left of centre. Do your research as It is not for everyone. Eclectic and a tad cluttered. Remember you are staying in somebody's home, complete with pets. Hosts are very welcoming and we loved our stay. Sorry our stay was short and we crammed in so much as we did not get to lounge about and interact more with Xaviera and Phillipe. They gave us some great tips for dining and getting about. We would stay there again.
John from Gold Coast QLD, Australia
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This apartment was spacious and clean and quiet. It was modern and well equipped including a dishwasher and washing machine. Plenty of room for a family of six. Free wi-fi was a bonus. Supermarket just down the road made self-catering very simple. Coffee and tea was provided and enough to last our stay. Plenty of hot water too. A member of staff met us on arrival and talked us through everything. We were also able to pay by credit card there which was handy. Much more convenient than having to go to a central office. Check-out was very straight forward too. The apartment was a bit out of the centre but easily accessible by trams 16 or 24. A great base to explore the city from.
Alison from UK
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The centerpiece of Amsterdam's burgeoning business district is the RAI: one of Europe's largest conference and exhibition centers, boasting theaters, huge conference halls, exhibition spaces, and regular contemporary art exhibitions. A stone's throw from the attractions of the city's Museum Quarter, the area is replete with fascinating post-modern architecture and wide open spaces.