NH City Centre Amsterdam

Address: Spuistraat 288-292, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012 VX, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Centre area of Amsterdam, is near Begijnhof, Amsterdam Historical Museum (Historisch Museum), Cafe Hoppe, and Cafe Gallery Dante.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsNH City Centre Amsterdam

      Reviewed by deb.garrett


      Reviewed Jun 29, 2013
      by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      We had a pleasant stay. Staff friendly and helpful.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by a3dennert

      Great location, accomodations and service

      Reviewed Dec 2, 2010
      by (3 reviews) Miami , United States Flag of United States

      overall excellent

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews NH City Centre Amsterdam

      Would stay again


      Nice location (away from Dam area tourist traffic) very easy to get around all of Amsterdam - Tram a minute walk away. Standard room was smallish but adequate and also immaculate.

      Go out the Hotel's canal exit side make a right and at the next street corner is a small cafe (used by locals) which serves a nice breakfast for a 6-7 Euros.

      A great stay!


      Great stay at the City Centre hotel! Clean with nice facilities and great location. It's definitely worth it to spend a little more for a "superior" size room. They are very spacious and most with a nice view. Some of the non superior rooms can be a little on the small size. Staff at the hotel were exceptionally nice. They let us preview several rooms beforehand and choose which rooms we wanted. On my second stay, they even let me change rooms after they put me on a lower floor where the windows did not open (I need fresh air).

      Great Hotel, Great People, Great City


      Spent 4 nights at this hotel and it was absolutely wonderful. Room was a good size, nicely decorated and very clean. The staff in the hotel were helpful and friendly and the hotel bar area was very pleasant. The location of this hotel was superb. This was our second visit to this hotel and once again we had a great time.

      Small is not beautiful


      If your other reviews are to go by..we must have stayed at a different hotel! The first floor rooms were so tiny, we had to sit on the bed to let each other past - no space for luggage and a lovely view of the rear fire escape. Having complained, got moved to a slightly bigger room - with one side of the bed against a wall. On a positive note it was clean. The staff explained the rooms were small as the hotel was built for the olympics..well we were not paying 1920's prices and expected better. The buffet breakfast was an extortionate price, with staff who obviously felt that service was not in their job description.

      The postion of the hotel was great for getting around but we will not stay here again.

      Easter in Amsterdam!


      Just come back from Amsterdam having stayed there for the easter weekend. Stayed in the NH City Centre hotel. This hotel was excellent.

      No problems with the food, location or staff. Only draw back was that the room was quite small but didnt spend much time in there anyway! Had a couple of meals in the hotel restuarant, which again was very nice along with the breakfast. All in all a very nice weekend and I would definately stay at this hotel again and the other NH Hotels too.

      A nice place


      This hotel is a nice place: quiet, clean and especially close to tram lines & Leidesplein. Room was not the biggest I've been in, but big enough. Breakfast was OK.

      The only problem I had was that air conditioning was functioning funnily, room was either very hot or very cool. My colleague had exactly the same issue.

      This is a place I can recommend!

      Great place!


      Was hoping for a good hotel but this place was great. Friendly and helpful staff, clean and well equipped rooms and an excellent buffet breakfast. Can't believe it's only 3 stars! Can't wait to stay there again.

      Great hotel


      Stayed at this hotel twice and it has been of great value both times.

      Just around the corner of Spui, at the end of Spuistraat with the road on one side and the canal on the other. Quiet with little traffic noise, well spaced rooms, clean rooms and bathrooms, all in all good value for money. Breakfast so-so, but fair enough. Excellent location with busy shopping streets close on one side, canal district on the other side and trams just outside. I will be staying there again next time!

      Great place to stay


      the nh city center was a great place to stay. the staff is very helpful and welcoming and the free breakfast is absolutely fabulous! i would reccommend this hotel to anyone going to amsterdam. the hotel is right on the single canal, and the rooms ar fairly big for a european hotel that isn't 5 star. the Nh city center has a great location and is within walking distance from most things and a street over from three of the tram lines. restaurants, coffeeshops, bars, newstands and pastry shops are all within a 5 minute walk.



      A good value hotel. I have stayed here on a number of occasions - now a NH Hotel, good position as you are close to both Dam Square and The Leidesplein - book early - this hotel quickly gets booked up!

      TripAdvisor Reviews NH City Centre Amsterdam

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Amsterdam


      A travel blog entry by unajean on Apr 26, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by gsjonuk on Nov 16, 2013

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      ... surreal to see this type of site at sleep. We also stumbled across a recently restored windmill before visiting the Grote Kerk, a 15th-century church with a 5000 pipe organ that Mozart and Hanel once twinkled the ivories on. The entire floor was dark black grave stones of rich people. Stacked 5 high, these "stinking rich" made church a little tricky for the parishioners. Grote Kerk also had a vaulted wooden roof and a Faucault's pendulum which demonstrated that the earth rotates ...

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      A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 21, 2013

      52 photos

      ... hoping to find an adaptor - naturally, I am here with an Aussie-to-UK one, not an Aussie-to-Europe one. For once my usually reliable map-reading skills deserted me, and I set off in exactly the wrong direction and found myself not in the flea-market but on a rather smart street lined with Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana. I found my own level before long, all amongst the cheap Chinese tat and hot nut sellers, and was able to acquire my adaptor, some ...

      Contiki part 4: Germany and The Netherlands

      A travel blog entry by sophevans on Jul 03, 2013

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      ... I was left with just the boys, since I didn't want to shop, and we decided to go to the Heinekin brewery. The first section was all about the history of the beer, which was pretty boring. Then we were herded into a mini cinema where we were made into beer. The floor moved, we got splashed with water as the ingredients were added to make the beer, then we were bottled and boxed, and transported to a party to be drunk! Pretty cool. At the end of the rest ...

      London to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by mrsmac on May 15, 2013

      6 photos

      ... a nice meal we returned to Lancaster Gate and stopped for a beer at The Swan Hotel. We then wandered back to the hotel for a rest. Fletcher is definitely finding his knees are restricting movement. We had a Greek meal that night in a local restaurant a few streets away. It was packed so obviously popular.

      Today was a travelling day. We left the hotel at nine in a taxi for Paddington. Got the Heathrow Express ...

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