Amadi Panorama Hotel
What We Love
- A stylish stay in Amsterdam East, with breakfast and a suite optionThe laid-back and local vibe of this part of town
- Being just a 12-minute tram ride into the heart of Amsterdam's
- The top-floor situation, affording wonderful views
- Enjoying organic and fair-trade produce over breakfast
What To Know
- Located just minutes from the tram
- The hotel has a unique design – the lobby and reception area is on the 8th floor
- Free WiFi and minibar
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Amsterdam is full of contrasts, effortlessly fusing contemporary style with a distinct heritage that sets the city apart. The lacework of canals, each lined with gorgeous 17th-century houses, sidewalk cafés, antique shops and independent boutiques invite day-long wanders. Live like a local here, with a stay set just out of town in Amsterdam East, and discover the newer side to the city’s eclectic mix at a hotel positioned on one of a number of artificial islands in IJburg.
Amadi Panorama Hotel lives up to its name, with panoramic views over the waterways, thanks to its lofty location on the upper floors of a striking building near the waterside. Stylish throughout, it’s packed with mid-century-inspired, custom-made furniture, designer lighting and brushed parquet floors, all set against a palette of earthy pastels. Organic and fair-trade produce is presented over breakfast, and rooms boast environmentally friendly showers, among other contemporary comforts – complimentary minibar, anyone?
Rooms and suites
The contemporary accommodations here feature custom-made furniture and designer lighting, for an effortless, interiors-magazine look. Superior rooms, with a queen bed, afford enough space for a corner couch, while Junior suites are larger and offer a king. Both come with lovely views over the area.
The hotel’s restaurant is located on the eighth floor, with large windows overlooking the area. Here, you can enjoy a flavorful breakfast, created from both organic and fair-trade products. For other dining options, the small harbor just 10 minutes away on foot offers a handful of restaurants.
Amadi Panorama Hotel is located in IJburg, just next door to its main shopping center. This part of the city is called Amsterdam East, and it’s made up of a number of artificial islands, with plenty of modern architecture and excellent views over the water. It’s just 12 minutes by tram to the city center.
How to Get There
Stayed here for 3 nights with my friend and I have nothing negative to say! The room was great, spacious, with great views on the 6th floor and there was a free mini bar with beers & soft drinks. It was my friends birthday and when the lady from reception found out she came to our room with a complimentary bottle of prosecco which was really lovely. The staff were really polite and helpful and for 14 euros the breakfast was really great too. Location was perfect, 10 mins on the tram to Amsterdam Centraal and was nice to stay in a quieter neighbourhood. Would definitely stay again - thank you!
When deciding where to stay in Amsterdam, we made a conscious decision to stay outside the hustle and bustle of the city. There are no restaurants open after hours in the vicinity of the hotel, but it is situated on a tram route which makes it easily accessible. Depending on where we wanted to go, it was either a 10- or 20-minute ride on the tram. Some of the hidden surprises we received on check-in was the fact that the mini bar in the room was free and it was restocked every day. The 2 beers and 2 cooldrinks were a nice refreshment after a long day of site seeing. The best however was the personal navigation devices (Smartphone) that we could use free of charge. The device had internet connection and we used it to navigate in and around the city. The Nespresso machine was also a huge winner in our books.
It was a pleasure, very nice staff, highly recommended. They served me well and even more. If I had the chance to go back I would definitely come again book at this hotel.The trip as well was amazing. I had lots of fun.Thank You
Better than other hotels in Amsterdam where I've been. The bed was very comfortable and the room had great facilities. The surrounding area was noisy because of the trams and most nearby restaurants close their kitchen early so you need to go downtown. I would definitely book again.
For whatever reason my admin booked me into this hotel (need to have a word with her). I arrived at 9am in the morning, and they let me wait for 5 hours in the reception until 2pm, although they knew that I was coming from an 13-hours flight.
The reason: the room was not yet ready. When I started to complain about this excessive waiting time, the receptionist mentioned that the real check-in time was 3pm, so I can be glad that I can get the room already 1 hour earlier. Besides, he said, he “doesn’t like my attitude”. Can you imagine??? Unbelievable!!!
At 2pm finally I could move into this little matchbox-sized room only to find out that there were still hair all over in the bathroom from previous guests - I wonder what they did during the 5 hours waiting time; certainly not cleaning the bathroom.
The carpet of the kind which you do not even want to touch with shoes. The mattress worst ever. The breakfast probably the most boring I’ve seen in hotels over the last 20 years. (The Omelette lady how’re was lovely and friendly).
A real budget experience of the worst kind - in and out. Everything lowest quality. Terrible experience. DON’T GO THERE.