Outstanding hotel, exceptional staff and the best hotel me and my partner have stayed in. The hotel was situated slightly away from the main tourist areas of Amsterdam, however, this takes only a short tram journey. Would strongly recommend this hotel.
It is a dorm, nothing more, nothing less. Location is excellent, a beautiful park on the doorstep. 10 minutes via tram from the city centre and mueseums. WiFi is also excellent, didn't have any problems at all. Bathrooms are clean but small. Beds are comfortable but very close together: I was in a 10 bed dorm that actually squished in 12 beds. A decent dorm at a decent price. You could do better, but you could also do worse. Would recommend.
Traveller from Australia
The Sarphati Hotel is situated on the South side of Amsterdam city centre , near the RAI exhibition and convention centre …More
It's a small room especially for 4ppl but that was to be expected. But it was very close to city transportation. You could also rent a bike from the hotel which we did. We also walked. It was walkable to the major attractions. Don't do the breakfast. Totally not worth $10. Overall a good stay
Easy to find. Near the metro and quite a few tram stops. Good location. A LIDL literally 30 second walk, they have 50cent euro coffee. Hotel was clean and good for base. Wifi a pretty slow, the only downside.
Traveller from perth australia
Hotel Max offers comfortable accommodation in Amsterdam , near the city center, not far from Rembrandt Square in the so …More
- Centrally located
- reasonably spacious
- Good washing machine and tumble dryer
- Nice bathroom/shower
- On a very busy junction (inc a tram line)
- Sofa bed broken and stained (...)
* No sockets to plug in kettle toaster etc so need to place on a stool...
* Most complicated oven and microwave we have ever seen - and no manual.
* Not enough crockery and cutlery
Overall the place looks on the tired side and in need of some TLC.
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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.