A fantastic hotel in a great location, right on the canal front. The room was gorgeous with the biggest bed and pillows I have ever seen and the bathroom was amazing. I really couldn't fault anything. A great base from which to explore Amsterdam's many attractions!
This is a really nice boutique hotel. Central, but not so close that it's noisy. Trams stop close by for getting to Central Station with your luggage, but other times, it's just as quick to walk. Free Wifi. They have a nice little hospitality desk with internet, cold, flavoured water, books. The rooms are clean and nicely furnished. Don't miss the flap on the desk with a three prong plug connection! Excellent Magimix coffee maker. All members of staff are friendly, helpful and just lovely, particularly Sofia and Sanne. Do eat at the restaurant, this is fine dining, but not expensive prices, here Patty is exceptional.
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This was our first visit to Amsterdam. Out experience at the Andaz was the anchor point for what turned out to be our best vacation ever. Here are the top reasons why this hotel gets a 5/5:
1) Check in and out was seamless and felt personal
2) Fantastic free wine every evening from 5-7pm
3) Really cool rooms
4) By far, the best location for upscale travel in the city
The hotel offers 122 artistically inspired spacious guestrooms and suites ranging between 27 to 141 sq.More
Notting Hill Boutique Hotel in Amsterdam is brilliantly located right opposite the Stadhouderskade tram stop, where a number 4 tram will take you directly to Dam square or the museum district. The hotel is also walking distance to the outdoor market Albert Cuyp, or the Heineken Experience. It's a quiet area so your sleep won't be disturbed by noise, but close enough to restaurants and bars for those that want to head out in the evenings. We found the staff helpful and attentive, and the room was lovely and modern with a great espresso machine and bottled water restocked each day. Would definitely recommend!
Great location. Tram right outside hotel. Also easy walking distance to almost everything in the Centrum area. Walked to Anne Frank's, Heineken, Central Station. The 2.5 hour walking tour was well worth it. Stores, bakeries, cafes and pubs all right outside the hotel.
Excellent hotel, full of character. The furnishings are immaculate and extremely comfortable. The staff are the friendliest I have encountered in a lifetime of travelling. Very good canal-side location close to a tram stop and within a few minutes walking distance of the central Dam Square. The decoration of the bar is spectacular as are their speciality gin and tonics flavoured with rosemary and thyme or basil and orange for example. Be careful getting on a bicycle after a couple never mind driving!
The classic Amsterdam image of stately canals, the Canal Loop is principally the Herengracht and Keizersgracht, lined with gracious tall 17th and 18th-century houses. Some of these are now museums, most notably the eccentric Kattenkabinet. The Amstel is a more down-to-earth waterway, lined with houseboats and famous for its classic much–photographed Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge). The floating Flower Market is also a much-loved canal feature.