I only used the hotel bar and bedroom but that was perfect. Rooms were modern and comfortable. Service was also excellent. I will say that the internet was expensive and not particularly good which was surprising for this time.
Breakfast was good although the breakfast area only just large enough for a busy hotel. I had to wait a few minutes for a table.
Brilliant experience from start to finish. Complimentary drink when we arrived, went through the tourist attractions and quick check in. Went for birthday...birthday chocolates were left in our room. Free late check out as we had spa treatments booked in and because it was our birthday.
Traveller from london
The hotel offers 122 artistically inspired spacious guestrooms and suites ranging between 27 to 141 sq.More
This was our second stay at this great boutique hotel right on the canal . we were last here 4 years ago and much has changed since that visit-all for the better. They have completely remodeled the public areas and they are stunning. Happily the amazing library with walls of signed originals is still a focal point.
We chose canal view rooms again this time and they were beautiful! Since this property is a combination of several renovated canal houses each room is entirely different. Each is special in its own unique way and I doubt you will find a single one that is not perfect. The attention to detail and friendliness of the staff is great. We had a misplaced passport and the front desk staff was very helpful working with us to locate the passport. Thankfully we found it and were not required to extend our trip to get a new one issued but they had already made sure they could accomodate us if that became necessary. Great trip-great hotel-great city.
Traveller from San Clemente, CA
No designer had a hand in creating the unique ambience of the Ambassade Hotel. It just grew, from one 17th century canalside …More
Ideal location for exploring the city! Next to Floating Flower Market and Munt Tower.Walking distance to museums and attractions. Good restaurants close to hotel. Main shopping street across the canal. Amsterdam is a vibrant city which changes according to the time of year.
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.