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
The Amadi Park hotel is a an odd proposition in the normal run of hotels. To start with, its reception is on the 4th floor, there are residential apartments as part of the building, the rooms are smaller than the website pics indicate and the breakfast area is very small and behind the reception area. That said, the room are functional, with comfortable beds, though overall a bit claustrophobic - more 3+ star. The bathroom/toilet room is also small with little space to layout your toiletries. There are English speaking TV channels on the TV. One nice touch is the "mini-bar" which came with free water (still), coke, fanta and 3 small bottles of Heineken beer. There is aslo a coffee maker. The room and bathroom was clean. We did not have breakfast in the hotel. The location is its main selling point, with a lot of things to do and see within a few km's walk. There are also quite a few restaurants close by. The No 17 tram stops close by which will bring you from Amsterdam Central. Overall, I found this hotel to have met our needs being functional and close to the places we wanted to see.
Only a 15/20 minute walk from the centre, had a lovely spacious room. Very clean and modern with free soft drinks and beer in the mini bar. Very helpful and friendly staff who helped us with getting around the city. Trams are fairly close by. Would stay here again.
i spent two nights in this hotel , in the beginning it was a little bit strange to have hotel separated in different floors in a commercial building, however , after the first day i can ack it is really nice hotel , it is located alittle bity far from the central station ( 30 min walk ) and 15 min by Tram ( tram 17 ), it is very near to Leidseplein area ( alot of coffees and shopping ) , the reception are located in the 4th floor with 24/7 open bar and snacks ( fruits , cookies ,coffee machine ,... ) which is really necessary in Amsterdam , staff are really amazing , helpful , friendly , professional ,, rooms are nice and very modern , shower room are very nice , i can recommend this hotels for couples and friends
When you choose a hotel in the center of a cuty, there are a few crusial issues that you take into account , Amadi Park Hotel deffinately gives the visitor whatever is needed and more. The staff is amazing, each and everyone of them tries to make the visitorr feel more than welcome. The hotel's location is good and the room is comfortable. We recommend it highly
Good location with tram 3 running outside and other trams at the next intersection left & right.We used iAmsterdam cards which were really useful and delivered to the hotel. The hotel is clean and modern and the rooms comfortable. Alper on reception was a real gem and very helpful,even organising us a bar crawl!Breakfast was excellent and worth trying to include it in any deal for rooms.It is all organic and freshly cooked to order by the chef of the day!Unlimited supply of coffee and fruit also useful as is free room mini bar.The rooms have a mobile phone which you can take out with you, very useful.Would definitely go back.