Amsterdam Tropen Hotel
What We Love
- A lovely hotel in one of Amsterdam's greener neighborhoods, with breakfast and a welcome drinkStaying in a unique location, right next to the green oasis of Oosterpark
- Savoring your daily breakfast and being greeted with a welcome drink on arrival
- Vising the neighboring Royal Tropical Institute and dining in the brand-new Grand Cafe De Tropen
- Meandering along the city's many waterways and discovering boutique shops and charming cafés
What To Know
- The hotel is about 15-minutes by tram from central Amsterdam; there are multiple tram stops nearby
- WiFi is spotty, but you can pay to upgrade your access if you really need service
- Just a couple of blocks away is a street market with fresh produce, clothes and trinkets
- Guestrooms don't have air conditioning
Amsterdam’s beauty has remained apparent for centuries, thanks, in part, to the city’s unique aesthetic – it’s a lacework of calming canals lined by dignified 17th-century houses. Add to this the ever-growing population of chic coffee shops, stylish boutiques, antique emporiums, fascinating museums and the generous peppering of artist studios and world-class galleries, and you have a city that’s as inviting as it is enchanting.
Amsterdam Tropen Hotel is your home away from home, occupying a beautiful location, right beside Oosterpark. You can stroll through this calming expanse of green, or hop on a metro for a 10-minute ride into the city center. The hotel itself is cool and contemporary in style, with a brasserie and a bar on site, and the contemporary guestrooms boast all the modern amenities. After a day of strolling the canals – or renting a bike and cruising like a local – this is the perfect spot to unwind, recharge and plan your next day in this ultra-cool city.
The Standard rooms at Amsterdam Tropen Hotel are tastefully furnished and designed with sustainability in mind. Hardwood floors are paired with a soothing palette of cream and beige, making for a relaxing ambience. You’ll also enjoy lovely views of the city from the large picture windows.
The brasserie and bar is open for breakfast and also offers a small menu of international dishes, incorporating local and organic produce as much as possible. Meanwhile, the newly opened Grand Cafe De Tropen is uniquely set in the Royal Tropical Institute and is open seven days a week, with a sunny terrace that provides an al-fresco option over the summer months, complete with views across Oosterpark.
Amsterdam Tropen Hotel is located next to Oosterpark in the Dapperbuurt district. Amsterdam itself is a city of canals that effortlessly mixes its heritage with an infectious, contemporary buzz. Attractive rows of 17th-century houses are dotted with hip coffee shops and design-savvy boutiques, as well as antique emporiums, artist studios and fascinating museums.
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We went for my son’s graduation. On arrival found out our booking had been cancelled due to the company we booked through going under.
They were so helpful. Luckily they had rooms- he discounted them for us & included breakfast, which we hadn’t previously booked.
The buffet breakfast was lovely. All the staff were.
The room was a good size, clean and comfortable.
The shower room & separate toilet were small, not even a full width door to enter. The shower soap ran out
On the 2nd day the tea tray hadn’t been refreshed/ no new t bags or milk. But that was minimal issues.
The rooms vary a lot, so depending on the one you have, your stay might be quite different. What bothered me was that it was not very clean, the radiator was very dusty, I used the cups to drink some tea and they were never replaced (in four days).
A very nice hotel.
The rooms are very big and comfortable.
The location is not very near to the Dam square(Central Amsterdam) but still convenient.
Breakfast is very nice and fresh.
Staff are helpful and nice.