"Just far enough away from the center of everything"
A lovely and well thought through hotel. Service great, room small but very effectively laid out. Bed and pillows great, and lots to see and do around. Will definitely come back. Cocktails and food at the restaurant are also wonderful.
Traveller from Istanbul
Sir Albert Hotel, an impressive former diamond factory, offers 90 luxury rooms and suites all created by award-winning …More
Close to tram stop which was nice, fairly close to the "Red Light District" and shopping. Van Gogh museum and Heineken Experience was also within walking distance. quiet area. Room was cozy. There are rather steep steps leading to the upper floors of this dutch house turned into a hotel, may not be great for people with mobile disabilities as there is no elevator.
Typical European hotel. Tiny room with just enough space for the bed. Beds were very soft, too soft for our taste. Hotel was clean. Continental breakfast was just okay, would have preferred to have eaten at one of the nearby bakeries, but everything was closed for Easter Monday.
The boys at the reception were very friendly and offered to help me with my bags plus if I had any other questions. For the price, it was completely worth it. And there was free breakfast! Even if it was just toast, coffee/tea. Free WiFi too. Bicycle rental, good restaurants and a coffeeshop nearby
Traveller from SG
The Sarphati Hotel is situated on the South side of Amsterdam city centre , near the RAI exhibition and convention centre …More
The Pipe' (its derivation is a mystery) is a quiet residential suburb with a cosmopolitan bohemian air thanks to a large number of immigrants and the recent gentrification of the area by an arty crowd. Running through the centre, the daily Albert Cuyp Market is the largest in the city. De Pijp is also renowned for its restaurants which serve some of Amsterdam's best ethnic (Syrian, Moroccan, Surinamese, Turkish etc) food.