What We Love
- A hip stay in the heart of Amsterdam, close to the city center and all the sights, with breakfastThe fabulous central location in Amsterdam’s Canal Belt
- The unconventional Senses restaurant, among the city’s top 20 on TripAdvisor
- Getting up close and personal with masterpieces by Rembrandt and Van Gogh at the city’s museums
What To Know
- If you're a light sleeper, request a room that doesn't have a street view – the street noise can be a bit much (though earplugs are provided)
- Guestrooms have Nespresso machines, flatscreen TVs and free WiFi
- The hotel is centrally located and within walking distance of almost all of Amsterdam's main attractions
Embrace all that Amsterdam has to offer with this hip hotel in the heart of the city’s Canal Belt. Located just a short stroll from Dam Square, Rembrandt Square and some of Amsterdam’s best museums, The Albus will make sure you get the most out of this picturesque city. Spend your time here exploring leafy canal paths, cozy cafés, world-famous art galleries and the hip, laid-back culture of Amsterdam, Holland’s super-cool capital.
Back at the hotel, you’ll find modern interiors with brightly colored furnishings, vibrant hues and all the mod cons you could ask for. You can rest up with a cocktail or two in the lively bar, before exploring a menu inspired by the five senses at the hotel’s restaurant (named among Amsterdam’s top 20 restaurants on TripAdvisor). So whether you’re here to marvel at the fine art, rent a bike and cruise with the locals, or even explore the infamous red-light district, your hip home-away-from home has you covered.
With garden or street views, the aptly named Splendid City rooms are all about comfort, with plush beds, oversized pillows, 32-in. HDTVs and en-suite bathrooms that feature bathtubs or refreshing rain showers.
The hip and stylish Senses restaurant, by Lars Bertelsenm, showcases local and organic ingredients throughout its exquisite menu. Club sandwiches and salads are available for lunch, while more substantial international fare is served for dinner. An American buffet breakfast is included in your stay.
The Albus sits in a lively location within Amsterdam’s famous Canal Belt, a short walk from the Dam, Rembrandt, Liese and Mundt squares and close to many well-known museums, such as Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank House. The Flower Market is only a couple of minutes’ walk away, and there are tons of shops, bars, cafés, clubs and restaurants in the area.
How to Get There
Staff were welcoming and a pleasure, Recommending places to visit and eat, supplied us with a travel adapter and my partner with extra tea bags to take to the room. Would definitely stay again. Located in centre of Amsterdam, within a 20min walk to any points of interest.
Room was clean, topping up the consumables (soaps, coffee pods) daily.
Had such a fab trip to Amsterdam, the hotel is in the Centre of it all so it's easy to get to everything and so close to a tram stop which was our main travel source.
The hotel was very clean and welcoming; the breakfast was incredible and had everything you wanted.
Would definitely return here when we come back to Amsterdam again!
I had a great stay. The room is clean and modern. The breakfast is good, dinner at the restaurant is nice. The location is excellent. The staff is very friendly. The pricing is good value for money. I would highly recommend The Albus for business and tourist visits, as well as for special occasions.
I went to Amsterdam for a weekend and since it was a last minute trip, I booked the hotel through Hotel Tonight. It was a pleasant surprise. First of all, reviews were accurate. The hotel is boutique with a nice lobby. The check in process was easy and we even got a welcoming reception with a glass of bubbly wine. The restaurant on the lobby was nice as well. The room was clean, a little small but nicely designed and furnished.
This was absolutely even better located than we could have imagined. Personnel was very helpful and kind. If something to complain is that for two ladies there were not enough counting space in the bathroom.