What We Love
- An urban home-away-from-home with a rooftop terrace and a sauna – includes breakfastYour studio's minimalist décor and cosy, home-away-from-home vibe
- Taking a boat cruise along Amsterdam's canals for a unique look at the city
- Cooking up a storm in your own kitchenette
What To Know
- Opened in September 2016
- Bike rentals are available to explore the city
- Feels more like an apartment than a hotel, with spacious suites and kitchenettes
There aren’t many cities that fuse the past with the present quite like Amsterdam – historic canals, a buzzing art scene and beautiful gabled narrow townhouses are just a few of its charms. It’s a city that never has a shortage of things to do, whether it’s enjoying the laid-back ambience of a candlelit café, visiting the world-class Van Gogh Museum, admiring the Jordaan district, rifling through treasures at a local vintage market or visiting Dam Square.
Each area of Amsterdam has its own charm and unique character, and with easy access to the city centre and most of Amsterdam’s gems, Hotel2Stay provides a perfectly smart base for exploration. Situated near trendy Amsterdam-West, it sits a short journey from popular city hotspots like indoor food market Foodhallen, creative venue Westergasfabriek and the iconic Anne Frank House. With bike rental available at the hotel, you can discover the city like a true local, or perhaps take to the waters with a canal cruise.
Hotel2Stay has all the luxuries of a hotel with the intimacy of a home, with studio rooms showcasing a seamless fusion of comfort and urban lifestyle. After a day of exploration, sit back and enjoy the views from the hotel’s rooftop terrace, break a sweat in the gym or unwind in the sauna – but don’t forget to take care of your taste buds, whether you’re cooking up a storm in your studio’s very own kitchenette or trying out one of the excellent eateries dotted around the city.
How to Get There
Currently been back 24hrs from this hotel and already missing the atmosphere.
I was very nervous as always when travelling however I was pleasantly surprised when arriving at Hotels2Stay.
The reception was very quirky with lots of beautiful furniture to make it feel extra homely. Music was playing and FYI there is a full blown coffee machine in reception.. WHO DOESNT LOVE COFFEE (please note you do have to pay, but it’s only 1€)
The staff were warm, lovely and very helpful. I had pre-filled in the form online so it was a simple task of being given the key.
The rooms were lush! Clean, spacious and the bed... SOOOOOO COMFORTABLE.
The room has literally everything in it including a dish washer.. this made me very happy.
The rooms were cleaned daily and towels replaced everyday.
The location of the hotel is seriously one of the best. It’s a 1 minute walk to the train station, the metro is located within 10 seconds of the main reception or the hotel staff will call you a cab. I opted for the train, it was 3.70€ for an open return all day so very cheap- it’s literally 4 minutes to Amsterdam Central.
Overall.. would I come back! YASSS! Of course I would come back. It’s brilliant and I am already arranging my next stay to the Dam!
Was very impressed I don’t think this hotel gets enough praise, the rooms are very clean and spacious. They even have a free gym for all guests staff are polite I really can’t complain I would defo recommend hotel2stay.
The plus side to this hotel was its closeness to the station. This meant a 10 minute journey into the centre of Amsterdam which was perfect.
The room was a reasonable size with (unusually) a little kitchenette which was ideal if you wanted to cook (I didn’t!)
It is right by the railway line so (depending on what side of the hotel you are on) could be a little noisy despite the double glazing.
The huge disappointment was that they had overbooked on our first night meaning that we were forced to stay elsewhere and then return for the other two nights. From what we were told at reception (you are lucky it’s a nearby hotel as sometimes it’s miles away) this overbooking isn’t a one off.
That aside, it’s a good clean functional hotel with good staff.
One more thing, if you opt for breakfast it isn’t served at the hotel. It’s about a five minute walk away (not great if it’s raining) up quite a lot of stairs. Personally (at €15) I’d give it a miss and try the coffee shop by the station.