Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free airport shuttle
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Haarlemmermeer
Decent business traveler hotel
The hotel is a 5 minute walk from the terminal, and shuttle service came every 15 minutes. The hotel lobby, restaurant, and rooms were all clean, but the rooms were dated. That is not a big deal for me as this is a travellers hotel and not a destination in itself. The bathrooms need urgent updating...the shower stall is too narrow and one is always touching the shower curtain. The showerhead didnt deliver water at a constant temperature -- sometimes nice and hot with intermittent warm to ambient temperatures. The TV worked but the services (pay tv and internet) didnt work. I didnt have a problem with the room temperature settings. Downstairs, there is a decent restaurant and bar. The breakfast buffet had a decent variety and the cost was more than it should have, but compared with the airport food and prices, it should not be missed before departure! I didnt use any of the conference rooms, so no opinion on that. Get a good night sleep, a great breakfast, and a quick trip to the airport if you stay here. None of my coworkers has anything bad to say about this place either. The Sheraton is more convenient and more modern, so consider as an alternative if cost or loyalty program are not a big deal for you.
Stayed at the Hilton Schipol in Amsterdam for only one night after being delayed overnight due to the airport being closed and not making our connecting flight.
The walk to the hotel will take you about 5 minutes but it is all undercover.
We arrived late at night around 11pm. The staff were so helpful and understanding. Made our children feel very welcome.
The decor of the hotel was spotless. Our interconnecting rooms were excellent for our family. The showers were great - after not having a shower for 2 days due to flight delays, it was heaven.
Breakfast was included but due to our early flight did not have time to eat it.
Check out was a breeze.
Would definetly stay there again
Best Amsterdam hotel but not for the avarage tourist
Simply the best hotel in Amsterdam. Great comfortable and very quiet rooms. NOt very big, but more than big enough. Location is very quiet and safe. Great if you have a car or don't mind taking a 10 minute taxi ride to the centre of town. Nice riverside terrace and bar. Good breakfast in a somewhat out-dated restaurant. We always stay here when we go to Amsterdam. Most other hotels, even the ones from respactable chains are very touristy and often hit and miss.
A room with no room
When you have to rearrange the furniture in your hotel room to open your suitcase, then the space is too small! It might have been better if the space wasn't filled to overflowing with a king sized bed, coffee table, desk, and two chairs. Why do hotel designers cram too much furniture into too little space?
There was a dirty towel in the sink upon my arrival, and the door to the mini-bar fridge was open.
I'd stay elesewhere next trip.
OK but not great
Unless you get a great rate it's not the best hotel available at the airport, I much preferred the Sheraton. I got a late booking rate at the Hilton of 300€ and it is definitely not a 300€ a night hotel. Service is good, rooms are smallish but decent enough. The walk from the terminal is not so easy after a long-haul flight with big baggage so unless you are travelling light, much better to get the shuttle from outside the terminal. Big advantage is easy travel by train into the city but if you are there for more than one night then you will be better off staying in the city centre and enjoying the atmosphere.
I stayed here for one night on a 24 hour layover. We checked into the hotel at 9am with no problem. The airport has a ramp that goes directly to a building that you walk through to the Hilton. It's a 20 minute walk where you pass the Sheraton and a parking lot, then have to walk outside for 5 minutes. Or you can take the Hilton shuttle van from outside the airport.
The room was a nice size including a fridge. The bathroom comes with conditioner and bath salts! The bedding is a very nice with quality sheets, thick comforter, and firm pillows. The TV has internet access as there is a wireless keyboard in the room. It's $7.50 per hour or you can buy a 24 hour package.
Underneath the airport is the train station. For $3 you can go into town on a 15 minute ride with only 2 stops. Right when you get into town, across from the train station there's hop-on hop-off canal tours.
Great hotel, great location
This was our last stop on a three week vacation. We chose this hotel because we were not arriving into Amsterdam until 9:00 pm and we were only staying two nights and wanted to be close to the airport to catch or morning flight. It's a good little walk to the hotel, but it's all enclosed so no problem if it's cold or rainy, also they have a shuttle that runs every 20 minutes if you don't want to walk. The Amsterdam airport is a good sized airport and we had a little trouble determining how to get to the hotel, but once we were sent off in the right direction it was easy. Another great thing is you can catch the train into Amsterdam from the airport, we zipped right in enjoyed a wonderful day, had dinner and then caught the train back. It could not have been easier. Our room was nice with a king bed, and the hotel has ice machines. After three weeks of drinking lukewarm Coca Cola it was nice to have ice. The breakfast buffet was plentiful and the food very tasty. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Highly recommend this hotel if you only have a short time in Amsterdam.
I often stay here when travelling to Europe. You can walk to the hotel through an enclosed walkway although the last bit is in the open. The train to Amsterdam is available in the airport and it is close to highway access if you are driving. There is only one restaurant but as I usually only stay here for a day or two, that is not a problem. It's very nice to be able to get toand from the airport so easily.
As airport hotels go.....
This hotel is located within easy walking distance of the terminal building. This certainly helps for practicality, but this also means that the hotel is in the same dismal semi-industral area crossed by intensively-used roads that one finds at any major airport. So not the place for a romantic week-end. One inside the hotel, however, matters improve considerably, and you could almost be somewhere nice.
A tip for drivers; if you leave a car in the hotel car park do not pay at the extortionate parking meters outside. Instead speak to the hotel reception, where matters will become much more reasonable.
The best service i have ever received would recommend to anyone!
i stayed at the hilton hotel in amsterdam for the weekend for mny anniversary with my partner and my little boy (10months). as soon as i entered the hotel grounds the service was impeccable. the bell boys took my luggage straight away before i even stepped out of the car and when i checked in our room had been upgraded free of charge to a junior suite because it was our anniversary! the suite was magnificent with views over amsterdam and immaculately clean, then a knock at the door and we are presented with a free bottle of champagne on ice and happy anniversary cake with a card compliments of the hotel! the baby facilities were great with a cot made up with plush duvet, the staff couldnt do enough for us and were so friendly and helpful even ordering our taxi and advising us not to get one in town! this is the best service i have ever received and would recommend this to anyone! its worth paying the extra for as it is a little more pricey than the average hotel but i cant wait to go again!
TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Haarlemmermeer
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