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|"A great place to relax"||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Spa and gym are excellent."||(in 164 reviews)|
|"Great spa, attentive friendly staff"||(in 156 reviews)|
|"The hotel seems like an afterthought."||(in 29 reviews)|
|"Lack of bath robes in room"||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Most uncomfortable beds ever in a hotel room."||(in 43 reviews)|
|spa facilities||in 429 reviews|
|spa was amazing||in 305 reviews|
|kettle in the room||in 175 reviews|
|hotel room||in 169 reviews|
|hotel was clean||in 123 reviews|
|helpful staff||in 112 reviews|
|twin beds||in 69 reviews|
|good breakfast||in 68 reviews|
|tea or coffee||in 57 reviews|
|swimming pool||in 36 reviews|
|nice place||in 35 reviews|
|water fountains||in 35 reviews|
|naked||in 25 reviews|
|bath robes||in 13 reviews|
|bos||in 9 reviews|
|good value||in 7 reviews|
|saunas and steam||in 7 reviews|
The spa is large, has lots of different types of saunas and pools, and offers "guided" sessions in the saunas throughout the day.
The hotel room is OK, with just a standard quality bed (not a super comfort bed or linens). The shower is large, but otherwise nothing special in the bath area. Security is very tight into the gym and sauna areas and requires the front desk staff to issue a new wrist band each time you try to enter or exit the area beyond your room on the day you are checking out. You have to bring your own robe and slippers or have to rent them from the hotel. You also have to bring your own towels to the spa or bring them from your room.
Rooms are spotlessly clean, very modern, good bus service to town, excellent spas (yes there is a free one there as well as the paid one).
No room service or coffee/tea facilities in rooms. The staff wasnt too familiar with the bus lines (170 and 172 to city center) and only recommended cabs which are expensive in Amsterdam (30 Euros from airport for example instead of 6 Euros for 2 to the Suid railway station, a 5 minute trip and bus 171 to the Koenenkade stop for a couple of stops.
Rooms are very comfortable and modern.
Location is okay but diffucult to go into the city unless you have a car.
comfortable hotel, some way from the city centre although 5 minutes walk from a good bus route in, and an excellent spa
The SPA is huge and truly amazing - the best I've been to so far. My room (standard) was well-equipped and exceptionally clean.
Some might not like the fact that the hotel is in the same building with a sports center. Also, a bit hard to find. But, really, the marvelous experience in hotel's SPA eclipses all the small shortcomings.
It is far from Luxury hotel description ! Interior of rooms is nice , but at least half of all rooms are on street level facing cars and walking people in distance 1 m from window; staff in reception is not friendly, simply they are there for tennis players, hotel offers two category of spas , the only simple one and crowded is for hotel guest free.
Being English no tea making facilities in the room Also no where to hang your towels
very clean and modern hotel, with friendly staff and full usage of the gym included in the great price
modern rooms, great bathroom
unknown to most Taxi drivers
The relaxed atmosphere and friendly, and helpful staff. Although we did not use the sports or spa facilities, it added to our enjoyment seing other people taking part.
Two small things, only one chair in a double room, and my husband was very frustrated with the handbasin, not being able to plug the water and its narrow depth.
It was located in a park & had a wonderful & useful spa & fitness center
No working elevator-they had just opened. It was difficult with luggage.
Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver in Amsterdam is the type of hotel that can work very well for those who are health conscious and who want to find a relaxing place to spend their vacation. The hotel has many different features and amenities to make it a good option for travelers, including a stellar location that is close to a range of interesting areas. There are only 31 rooms at this smoke-free property. Both English and Dutch are spoken by the staff.
All of the rooms at the property have soundproofing, and they have free WiFi. The flat-screen televisions have cable channels. The private bathrooms have rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries. The rooms offer air conditioning, blackout drapes and curtains, and daily housekeeping.
Each morning, guests at the hotel will be able to enjoy a buffet breakfast for a surcharge. The breakfast is served from 7 am to 10:30 am. The property has a spa with many different types of treatments the guests can indulge in, such as manicures and pedicures, body treatments, body scrubs, facials, and deep tissue massage. Pilates classes are available on-site, as well. The hotel also has a 24-hour front desk, an indoor pool, fitness facilities, and meeting rooms.
Travelers staying at Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver will find that they will be just a short distance from the Olympic Stadium, museums, places to play golf, and other interesting places to go. A few of the nearby places to dine include Het Bosch Waterfront, Reset Juice Bar, and De Veranda.
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Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver is located at Koenenkade 8 in Zuideramstel, 5.5 km from the center of Amsterdam. Vondel Park is the closest landmark to Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver.
Yes, Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver does not offer free parking.
No, Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver is 6.6 km from Amsterdam Schiphol. Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver is 50.5 km from Rotterdam The Hague.
No, pets are not allowed at Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver.
Yes, Spa Sport Hotel Zuiver has a pool onsite.
Zuideramstel is known for: students, Jewish quarter, residentialMore