How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Multatuli Amsterdam
Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... champagne all over everyone. The Dutch were not impressed. They seem to be quiet and civilised people. Maybe too much marijuana? Or just not enough mushrooms. Amsterdam was a fantastic way to end my time in Europe. Europe is so diverse with so many wonderful places to see and explore. With so many different languages and cultures, and so many beautiful landscapes (and a lot of cool old ****) you can't go wrong. Cheers to Amsterdam for ending my time in Europe on a "high" note ...
... One thing that really stood out was that it was incredibly flat. No wonder they all ride bikes, there are no hills. The only time the land rises is for the dykes in the distance. The tour guide explained that we were travelling across poulders, which is land below sea level that has been reclaimed by building the dykes. They'd build dykes, dry the land between them, then build on it. Apparently 66% of Holland is made up of this land! As it was raining again, I ...
... two appetisers, two main courses and two desserts, but none of the others. Three of us had three "desserts", namely a scoop of vanilla icecream, a scoop of watermelon and lime sorbet, and cheese. The vanilla icecream was just delicious. We have the same two waiters each night. They are lovely, and somehow manage the chaos to make everything flow properly, and no-one seems to sit eating while everyone else is waiting for them to finish so the next course can be ...
... with my family to truly appreciate the experience. If you go to Amsterdam the Anne Frank House is a must see.
Next stop was soup and sandwiches at an outdoor café on the canal. We ordered the soup of the day – after none of us could agree on what the waiter had said it was! I thought I heard lard, others thought they heard garden so we were all interested to see what would end up in front of us. Pea soup it was! Even though none of us particularly ...