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|"Very friendly staff welcoming us."||(in 126 reviews)|
|"Excellent location perfect for solo travelling."||(in 156 reviews)|
|"Rooms were clean and comfortable"||(in 103 reviews)|
|"The room was filthy with stains."||(in 114 reviews)|
|"Thin walls and steep stairs."||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Loud neighbours with walls like paper."||(in 7 reviews)|
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Muy buen hotel en Amsterdam!
La ubicación del hotel es genial, muy tranquilo, en frente de un canal muy bonito. La atención del staff fue muy buena y la vista desde el cuarto fue genial. Si piden desayuno, deben avisar el día antes, pero vale la pena, muy rico y completo
Hay que subir muchas escaleras, no es fácil! pues es un hotel en una casa tradicional de Amsterdam que no tiene ascensor y los pisos son bastante altos. Tampoco me gustó el baño, es extremadamente pequeño, una persona que tenga unos kilos de más, no lo logra!
Nice place and setting
Let us check in a bit early, gave us a bigger room at same rate, very easy to store luggage after checkout, front desk staff very helpful
Small shelf remained when we pushed twin beds together to make bigger bed, but OK.
The staff were great and very helpful, especially the person working at the time we checked in, who told us how to get around town and carried our luggage up three flights of winding stairs. They also moved our luggage for us when we changed rooms the second night. The location was on a quiet canal street a short walk to Waterlooplein with stores and tram shop; it is also near the Hermitage museum and Jewish museum. There is no lobby but people sit in the attractive kitchen/breakfast room sometimes. The design is interesting--all black and white and grey. There was a very cute hotel cat too!
There is no lift, but the staff were willing to help us with the luggage, so that was okay. The bathroom in our first room (a third floor double) was so tiny we sat sideways to use the toilet! Still quite useable and everything was clean and well appointed. The second room (triple near the reception desk) had a bigger bathroom, so maybe this varies from room to room.
Very nice location; only about 15 minutes to centraal. Also close to rembrandt house. The personelle is very polite and helpful.
It was in a good spot and easy to get to.
We had a family room for 5 people. it was a long skinny room, one bathroom, one plug socket and no place to really sit. To cramped. Other rooms might have been better?
Hotel Hermitage Amsterdam is located in Amsterdam and is within a short walk of local sightseeing spots, such as Rembrandtplein and Rembrandt House Museum. It is set in the area's vibrant nightlife district, about a five-minute walk from Portuguese Synagogue and Hermitage Amsterdam.
This modern hotel offers free Wi-Fi, an airport shuttle and a 24-hour reception. In fine weather, an outdoor terrace provides a nice place to relax.
Hermitage provides 22 rooms, all of which are equipped with cable/satellite channels, a shower and a hair dryer.
Hotel Hermitage Amsterdam is within a 30-minute walk of Amsterdam Centraal Railway Station and Amsterdam Amstel Railway Station. Guests are also able to easily visit Nederlands Scheepvaartmuseum and Nes.
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Joods Historisch Museum 262 m
- Rembrandthuis 0.6 km
- Zuiderkerk 0.7 km
- Scheepvaartmuseum 1 km
- Chinatown 1 km
- Red Light District 1.1 km
About the Neighborhood
Amsterdam-Centrum is known for: city center, canal belt, red light districtMore