Amadi Park Hotel
What We Love
- A chic stay at a contemporary Amsterdam hotel, with breakfast and a stocked minibarThe tastefully chic contemporary design of the hotel's interiors
- Staying so close to Museumplein and Vondelpark, but just outside the bustle of the city center
- Waking up to the organic breakfast options that feature fresh, local ingredients
What To Know
- Guestrooms have blackout blinds so you'll sleep soundly
- The hotel puts you within walking distance of De Hallen, the Rijksmuseum, and the Van Gogh Museum
- Free WiFi is fast and reliable
The Amadi Park Hotel is a stylish, modern pad – the perfect base from which to explore the progressive and bohemian city of Amsterdam. This is a destination that needs little introduction, and one stroll around the famous Canal Ring will have you under its spell. As one of the most stunning cities in Europe, the Dutch capital is packed with antique havens, hipster cafés and pioneering restaurants, plus the coffeeshops and iconic Red Light District that make it such a culturally charged place.
From classic 17th-century Dutch style right up to the modernist Amsterdam School, design is paramount to the city – and this is echoed at the Amadi Park Hotel. The steel-and-glass atrium at the center of the building hints at the contemporary interiors of the rooms, which offer a modernist aesthetic typical of current Dutch design. Couple this with its environmentally friendly credentials and organic breakfast options, and the Amadi Park Hotel embraces a thoroughly modern approach to ensuring your comfort and relaxation.
The Double Deluxe rooms showcase elegant contemporary design, with stylish patterns on the walls and a thoroughly minimalist feel. The colors are muted and modern, with grays and soft golds creating a relaxing atmosphere to retreat to after haggling at Waterloopleinmarkt or exploring the Rijksmuseum. An en-suite bathroom and a Nespresso coffee machine make this feel every bit a home away from home.
Breakfast is served in a stylish breakfast room, typifying the attention to design throughout the hotel. Ingredients are organic andlocally sourced, and efforts are made to minimize food waste as much as possible, staying in line with the eco-friendly nature of this hotel.
The hotel is practically on the doorstep of Vondelpark, which in turn makes it a short walk from Museumplein, the area that’s home to the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum. From here you’re a short hop from the start of the Canal Ring and the rest of downtown. If you want to explore the city, rent a bike and cruise with the locals or hop onto the tram right outside. Go for a meal at one of the chic restaurants in Jordaan, or browse for souvenirs at the bustling markets in Waterlooplein. The local area has plenty to offer as well, with cultural centers, like the local De Hallen, offering galleries, an art house cinema and a street-food hall.
How to Get There
We had a very enjoyable stay at the Amadi and would stay there again. Walking distance from Vondelpark and Museum Square. Very helpful staff which made the stay even more enjoyable. Uber worked very well both to and from here
The reception is on the fourth floor of the building and the staff are brilliant. All spoke really good english and were very knowledgeable about places to go and how to get there.
We had a queens suite for three nights and it was great. It was warm and inviting when we arrived. Really good modern decor throughout and a balcony. We had a coffee machine, free mini bar (which was stocked everyday) - along with fresh towels.
The en suite was modern and immaculate too. The bed was comfy and bedding was sparkling white, as well as, good pillows and duvet. I did catch my leg on the bed a couple of times - the room is spacious just a bit tight at that one bit.
Nice location with plenty of shops and eateries around. Would definitely stay again.
Lovely Hotel, if a little quirky, set in a residential block, which actually makes it very quiet and peaceful. All staff we met were very helpful from showing us to our room, to helping us arrange rental bikes, nothing was too much trouble. we hada double deluxe room which was more than big enough for our needs, ignore the reviews about small rooms. bed was very comfortable, free mini bar was a bonus as was robes and slippers. bathroom was fine and shower was hot and powerful. we didn't have breakfast as the room and choice looked a little small and we like a big hearty breakfast to start our day off, we would recommend Vlaamsch Broodhuys, just down the road. Location was perfect for us, everything from the museum square to the red light district was walkable, as was the canal cruise we booked. all in all a fantastic birthday weekend was had and we would happily recommend the Hotel Amadi Park.