Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Centre
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Today, I am afraid will not be a momentous entry in this blog; the basic facts are that I caught a train to Amsterdam and it is raining.
Anyway, because I had no idea or experience about how these things worked, I thought I should get to the train station - Gare du Nord - early just in case. I asked the hotel to order a taxi for me, which …
We arrived at Amsterdam airport after a short flight of just 40 min from Luton airport. The decision to fly out of Luton rather than Heathrow or Gatwick was very simple, we were flying out on Boxing Day (26th) and as it was a public holiday in England no transportation, trains or buses were running so no chance of getting from Berkhamsted to any of …
So we did not miss our connecting train to Munich! It was a very smooth journey. Our first day in Munich we walked around to get our barrings and went to the main square Marienplatz. From there we walked to the English Garden which is bigger than central park and known for it's nude sunbathers and surfers. There is a river that runs all throughout …
Popplen stayed here on Jul 19, 2011 during their trip titled: Popplen's Great Adventure.
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Me and my wife booked the inntel for our first hotel stay ever for the 11th dec to 15 dec 2002 for 550 euros including breakfast through Cresta accomodation only brochure, we had previously booked our flights on Easyjet for £86 return from Belfast to Amsterdam for 2. not a lot!, not a lot! The breakfast was as much as we could eat and the food was first class, the staff was very helpfull, Our room was excellent for a standard room, the mini bar was well stocked and not to expensive and space if you buy something down the street and want to put it into the fridge for later, coffee,tea facilities and drinking chocolate no less! and nice biscuits if you please in the room, and the safe of course. our room was spacious and the bed was very comfy, a good size tv and a telephone which did not cost us a bomb to use for calling back to Northern Ireland a few times. the bar downstairs is cosy with its open fire and the bar man was very friendly. for our meals we went next door in the Bon Ton restaurant, It is now (2004) under new managment and I don't know if you can charge your meals to your room and settle at the end of your stay. We would stay here again. Ps the connexxion airport shuttle stops outside the hotel, just ask the driver (alstublieft) the cost is 19 euros return each for the shuttle from the airport but last year we used the train from the airport to the Central train station Amsterdam at 4 euros it's better value, and by the way........we have booked again with Easyjet from Belfast to Amsterdam for £81 return for two in December.
Nice hotel but...
I stayed in this hotel in June 2004. This hotel is in very nice location. Breakfast offerred by the hotel has many varieties for people with different tastes.
But after we checked in we noticed that the deadbolt could not be used on the door and so we contacted the reception but nothing was done till we checked out.
Also they had put 2 preauthorizations on my credit card which were not retracted after we checked out and this caused me to exceed my credit limit.
Located a short distance from the train station, hotel room was comfortable and peaceful. bathroom clean and modern if a little small. Staff very friendly and helpful (very accomodating with a friend's birthday). Based on this visit (3 nights) would have no qualms in staying at the Golden Tulip hotel again.
N.B. If you like your beer recommend visiting "De Wildeman" bar a few yards from the hotel.
Once checked @ noon, you have to wait until 3pm to have your room which is i know written on their site , but i was wondering if a room will be available ....so we had reserved by bookings a SUPERIOR TWIN ROOM FACING THE STREET and when we got back the front desk ANJA told us that they DON'T HAVE the superior room but a room on the second building which is on the same building but far away coz you to take the elevator twice....and the room is so dirty i mean D I R T Y , curtains don't have their colours anymore but greyed coz i think since they build this building they haven't changed the curtains .....then the table in the room is so closed to the bed so everytime you walk around your knee will hit the table and all and that was their SUPERIOR ...i won't even let you know about the bed covers coz they were stinky as well and dust were everywhere...the bathroom had broken glasses which never been remplaced ...anyway if you like dust and grey dirty curtains specially when you reserved a SUPERIOR then will have tiny maid room then this is the hotel you need ...that was my first visit in amsterdam !! so disappointment !!!
Loved the free internet access
Safe and clean hotel, friendly and helpful staff, very close to everything, check for special rates. (We payed 137 Euro per night in April 04)
The only negative things were the low power of the shower and the very expensive breakfast-price (I recommend booking the hotel without breakfast)
I liked the free internet access in the nice lobby a lot.
Stayed in November 2003 with my wife, great hotel. It is about a 10 minute walk (at most) from the train station, a further ten minutes to the red light district or the Dam Square and it is a couple of seconds walk from the main shopping street. The hotel is situated in a quiet square off the main road so there is no problem with noise and it is a nice escape from the crowds. The hotel itself feels like it has been recently modernised, the rooms are chic and very clean and the staff are very friendly and helpful. I would stay here again.
This hotel is a dump, avoid it if possible. I have been visiting Amsterdam for over 11 years and have stayed in many hotels; this one was the cheapest 3 star (by 15/20 euros) but by far the worst. I could handle the staff being rude and unhelpful and my very dirty room was corrected after several complaints. (white substance on the bed cover and several long black hairs on the bed) but the mouse that was looking at me on my bed in the night was the final straw, the night manager did not even care and would not even come and look. I had to block up the tiny gap at the bottom of the door as the mouse kept coming back again and again. I did not even get an apology, Stay away.
I don't always take the time to post this stuff, but I had to for the Hotel Inntel - Amsterdam City Centre. This was my 3rd stay at the Inntel and as always, it was a pleasantly perfect experience. The Inntel is perfectly located, easy to get to (by car, train, you name it) is extremely clean, very friendly and well priced. I like the location because once you step outside the hotel, you have a selection of shops (including coffeeshops :)), bars, restaurants, you name it! As with many places in Europe, parking is not easy to find. The Inntel has a parking garage underneath the hotel that is VERY convenient. They include a yummy breakfast in the price and also offer free internet access. If you're looking to have a great experience, be treated well and be centrally located in Amsterdam, you must stay here!
Can't recommend this hotel enough. The staff was extremely helpful and the rooms were on a par with a big chain hotel in New York or any other big Amercian city. Amsterdam is a VERY expensive hotel city, and the Golden Tulip was on the more reasonable side. Although it may have been lacking character, the amenities and location really enhanced our Amsterdam experience. We were in easy walking distance to the Red Light district and hiking or tram distance to the rest of the city. Free Internet access to boot.