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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
I stayed here in a “Deluxe Single Room with View” for six nights over April/May 2019.
Location: 15 minutes by (frequent) tram from Amsterdam central railway station. Line no.26 to IJburg. getting off at Vennepluimstraat. The hotel is in a two minute walk back. Easy to get about the city from this hotel. There were some local shops near by a couple of supermarkets, sub post office, chemist etc.
Room: Facilities - a comfortable single bed, coffee machine and kettle, fridge (with complementary drinks!), desk with chair and separate arm chair. TV has a good choice of channels in English. A wardrobe but could have used more storage space for clothes – no drawers? The bathroom was roomy and comfortable but the “open plan “design meant the bathroom floor was wet until dried. A Juliet balcony gave a nice view. Lots of electric sockets so you don’t have to choose what is plugged in or charging. The room was kept spotlessly clean
Other facilities: I had breakfast twice in the restaurant and it was very good, a choice of full English, cold meats, breads, fruit etc, all served buffet style. The lifts were reliable and fast with plenty of room for suitcases etc
The staff were all charming and helpful. Tours can be booked, tram tickets purchased etc. I would happily stay here again
Far far faaaaar away from 4 star accommodation. This hotel is situated in two top floors of a funny looking building. If one had no idea that a hotel was there one would pass by not noticing a sign.
My room was so tiny I could barely turn around. And not perfectly clean, either. There was a sign in my room saying that I should only open the windows if I agree to let moscitoes and other flying beasts in, since we are sourounded by water. And then I moved the curtains away and saw at least 15 dead flies and moscitoes. Not nice. And not a 4 star clenlines either.
Mirror - the only one in the room, was broken and glued with a sticky tape, with a small print out sign saying that they were aware of the broken mirror and are working on it to fix it soon...no comment there. What's there to worked on? Just change the broken mirror. And I'm pretty sure the health and safety issue is huge right there.
Not coming back.
We stayed in the Superior Suite for 2 nights for our anniversary trip. We had an excellent stay and I would highly recommend the Amadi Panorama. The check in was nice and easy. We drove and parked at a close parking garage for €7.50 a day. Our room wasn’t quite ready when we arrived so we sat down and had a complimentary coffee and Heineken beers. We got into our room and they had added touches for our anniversary, which was very nice! The room is spacious and clean. There is jetted tub and separate shower. Getting into the city center was very easy. We just hopped on the tram right down the road and it was like a 15 minute ride Into the city. Easy! If we ever get to go back to Amsterdam, we would stay here again!
Very Nice Hotel. Quiet neighborhood that is away from downtown, yet it is only 15 minutes away via the tram, which drops you right in front of the hotel. I would recommend it for people who enjoy quiet places away from the noise of downtown Amsterdam.
Brief stay in Amsterdam for the weekend and we chose this place, originally because of the price and location, We weren't expecting much really but it was such a pleasant surprise. Friendly staff, spotlessly clean and comfy beds. Our room overlooked the water and rooms have a coffee maker and free drinks in the mini fridge.
We arrived before our check in time but they still let us into our room. The communal/breakfast area is beautifully decorated and coffee/drinks are complimentary here too.
Location is < 5 min walk to the Vennepluimstraat tram stop which takes < 15 mins to get to Centraal. Perfect!