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There really isn't much to say about today. It's a real pain in the butt to get to Amsterdam from Torino unless you feel like spending thousands of dollars to fly there. So we had to fly RyanAir again, which we hate. It's the never ending journey from Torino to Milan to Bergamo to Eindhoven to Amsterdam. AAAAAAHHHHH. But once we got there we fell …
... girl she was. He goes on to say that no parent truly knows how intelligent their children are until it's too late. This was so sad but I could tell that Otto Frank had come to terms with what had happened because he was left with the gift of his daughters thoughts. It was an amazing experience and one of the best museums I've been to.
Overall Amsterdam was amazing and I would love to go back and see the country side. I know ...
... had food!
After the factory we continued the drive into Amsterdam by the time we arrived it was almost dinner time so a quick turn around to for dinner in the basement at the hotel, was a very interesting selection of meatball, pasta and salads. After cleaning ourselves up we made our way into Amsterdam for some 'traditional' sight seeing. The red light district reminded me of Hay St. in Kalgoorlie there were also some very dodgy looking people following us around ...
... their act together - using them is effortless and extremely comfortable.
Off the train and onto a bus to our digs - Two chirpy young things, dressed like a Byron summer, hopped onto the bus full of giggles. Bang - recognition. 'Is that you Max?' says I. 'Hey Mr.Boyle - What are you doing in Amsterdam'. Yup - Max Jonqourt - a yr 12 student of mine from three years ago. I know these things are going to happen, but ...
... I went and got a beer in a busy airport pub (Schiphol is a nice airport) and got talking to a nice man from Finland who shared his bitterballen (like mini kroketje) with me. Then I jumped on the plane to Kuala Lumpur and waved goodbye to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Apple Inn Amsterdam
The hotel is quite far from the central station. It does not have a lift and the stairs above the first floor are narrow and hazardous, especially when carrying luggage.
I only wish I had seen the reviews on this website before staying at the Apple Inn at the weekend. True, the location is quite handy, being just a short walk from the nearest tram stop. On arrival we were greeted by a most unfriendly receptionist who made us pay for the room before we'd even got the key...usually I thought you paid when you checked out? She told us that there would be a 2% charge for using a credit card, plus the 5% tax on top...fair enough. Then she charged us 50 cents for a small map of Amsterdam. It seemed to be all take take take so far, and there was no warmth in her greeting so we were already disappointed. She gave us the key to our room which was basic to say the least, but it was clean and at the back of the hotel. We did, however, notice the fact that the hotel seemed to be undergoing renovations with pots of paint and dustsheets lying around. I think this fact should definitely be posted on their website and they could at least offer a reduction on the 'not so cheap' rooms for the inconvenience and messy look of the hotel.
The title to my review ''never again'' will give you a brief insight into the weekend my partner and I spent in the Apple Inn!
i am not fussy in were i stay and only use my hotel for a bed but the apple inn was awful. we arrived at the hotel and was almost overcome by the musky/b.o smell that lingers throughout the hotel.
Comfortable and clean
We were staying in APPLE INN HOTEL for the first time and we are happy with our choice. Itīs a small, but very comfortable hotel. The staff gave us a lot of tourist information about Amsterdam and the cultural life.It takes about 15 min to walk to the center of Amsterdam, also tram is very convenient and quick. Our room was clean and quiet. We definitely recommend this hotel.
I stayed here with my sister and friend in October and we were not overly impressed. On check-in the room we were given was on the top floor, up two very steep flights of narrow stairs. The receptionist was almost pleased to tell us there was no lift with a smart retort of 'that's ok isn't it?' when I showed a look of horror!...No, I screamed silently considering the weight and bulk of our backpacks.... I would have liked her to try and lug that thing upstairs!!!
the rooms were very dissapointing,they were damp and very dull looking with cigarette burns on the bed sheets !!!! the room did not look the same as it did on the internet. The breakfast was very nice,the staff were ok,hotel a little out of the way but nice to walk into vondel park and the trams were close by. I would give it a 4 out of 10 rating . Over all if you want budget this is great but if you want comfort avoid!!!!!!!
I had a reservation with the hotel for 5 of us staying there in a family room. But when we got the room, it was disgusting. Mold on the ceilings, unknown stains on chairs and floor, paint peeling off, beds where you can feel the springs poke through, huge mosquitoes and the smell of smoke was overwhelming..when we requestede a non-smoking room. From the internet, it looked pretty good. But looks can be deceiving. I would never ever recommend this place to anyone. It should be closed for remodeling! Talk about health code violations... We decided not to stay another minute and we moved to a nice Ramada across the street.
More then you pay for
Stayed here one New Year. The place is basic but clean tidy. Whilst the location is about 20 min walk (if you go the right way) to the centre it still is a perfect location. Next to the huge Park and local shops and restaurants and only 5-10 minute tram ride away from city centre (if you dare go near a tram track in fear of your life).
The price for what you get is reasonable and you will find it hard to find a hotel in the dam that's just as clean and spacious for the same price. But you may find one closer to the action. Personally I say stay at the SAS Radisson bang in the centre of everything for Ģ60 (sterling) per night but if you only wanna spend Ģ30 per night the Apple Inn odes the job. In fact im staying there again in July 2004.
I'll start with the positives! The Apple inn is in a lovely residential location, just a minute away from the beautiful Vondelpark, and there are a number of very nice restaurants and cafes within a short walking distance. Close to a tram stop which will take you to some of the best museums and art galleries, or into the centre of Amsterdam, and the train station. So if you like staying in a quite area, this is a good place to stay!