AMS Hotel Concert Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAMS Hotel Concert Inn Amsterdam
The room was lovely once a heater had been provided to protect against the minus several degree temperature outside.
The receptionist was a man of impossible to define origins but what was indisputable was that the reception area and old school lift smelt of sour Chienese food.
Overall an OK experience but I suspect there are better out there for the same money in the Dam...
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... Free drinks at every bar and free unlimited vodka for everyone. When I say they pour it down your throat, I mean it literally; a guy is walking around the club just pouring vodka from the bottle into your mouth every ten minutes or so. Needless to say, I don't remember the third bar we went to. Or fourth, or fifth. Or the sixth. There were six? Christ. Yep, there were indeed - a quick check of the camera and pictures I don't remember taking are confirming this. I fell ...
... morning as we set off for Amsterdam at 7:25am. We passed through some beautiful countryside and happily I spotted my first windmill before travelling too far. It did not disappoint although there were not as many as I predicted. We stopped at a cheese and clog factory which was really interesting. I have managed to tick another thing off my bucket list - I have now seen clogs being made, worn them, been photographed in them, and even sat in an oversized one. Just love ...
... in, Mommy and Daddy found the hotel gym and the kids found the pool. Everyone got what they wanted. Since we were all feeling a little tired after the overnight train ride, we decided to have a quiet day in. We caught up on reading, took a nap, and restocked a few toiletry items at a nearby store. Later that evening, the kids stayed in and ordered room service while the adults went out for dinner. It was a relaxing day. We woke up late the next morning, ...
... really began an ongoing intrigue with the variety of people that commuted by bike. Dignified business professionals, parents with their children perched around them, beautiful women in dresses and heels, couples holding hands, people on the phone or rummaging through bags. All casually biking around the city, dodging cars and people at such a rapid pace with nary a sidewards glance yet done so in such a relaxed way. The whole trip we marveled at this.
... Netherlands, that are floating on the canal. Sunday was kind of the shopping day, so we checked out a bunch of the shops on our way back to the train station. We found a few really interesting places, like a store called New Yorker selling things that said "swag" and "YOLO" on them. I guess that is what the Dutch think Americans are like. There was a massive 7-story H&M store in the Dam, and there they had tons of things with ...