Qbic Hotel Amsterdam WTC
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As per usual Rachel is up not long after first light and goes outside for some ocean photos whilst the sun is rising and i try and get the beauty sleep that i no doubt need after smashing fruity cocktails the night before. Sleep wasn't too bad for a single bed we had 2 dooners so we were able to make a sling on the side of the bed incase i …
Day 83 – Amsterdam
After our late train trip, I woke up today with a nice little cold. Since we've been on the road for 83 days, I think that 1 cold isn’t too bad an effort really, but still, it does but a dampner on a city.
The one very strange thing about our hotel is that it has no windows. (For those who didn’ …
We only spent one night in Amsterdam before heading to Paris but our blog map wouldn't look right unless i gave amsterdam an entry on the 28th. So what does one do in one night in Amsterdam? Well, most people probably smoke weed and bang hookers, but Mat had a cough so no weed for us. Also, since we new we was comin back to Amsterdam in a few days …
... woke us up with lights two hours before landing, and fed us breakfast. Yogurt (they're big on yogurt in Europe), eggs, sausage, and a fruit bowl. Nice breakfast.
We landed in Amsterdam about 1:30 pm, collected our bags and while waiting for them filled out our Eurail Pass Information to turn in to the train station to activate them. When we got to the train station, the lady said, "You shouldn't have filled in your ...
... we visit the third floor where there is an early bi-plane, a De Stijl exhibit, a modest collection of Karel Appel (I learn that I was not too far off when I said that the image in our print reminded me of 'Chicken Little') and a single piece from Yves St. Laurent, the Mondrian dress from 1965. Back downstairs, we look at the monumental 'Battle of Waterloo' a roughly contemporaneous painting (1824) by Jan Pieneman that tells the story of the ...
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Nous avons réservé sur le site internet de la chaine, et nous étions un peu intrigué par la chambre, car les vues présentées sont des images informatiques... A l'arrivée, après avoir cherché un peu l'entrée (un Samedi), nous sommes passés par le hall géant du WTC, et avons trouvé une entrée super design ! L'enregistrement se fait sur un ordinateur dans toutes les langues, et il y a 1 "gérant" qui peut nous aider sans problème.
superbe hotel , tout est très propre , très beau , et très confortable, endroit très calme , literie d ' excellente qualité ...facile d'accès ... LE MEILLEUR HOTEL DE TOUT AMSTERDAM !!! j' y retournerai sans hésiter !!! MERCI BEAUCOUP POUR TOUT ... A BIENTOT YASMINA
First things first, when we got to the WTC we were greeted by a very friendly employee. He helped us with Check-in and gave us more than enough information about the surrounding area. He explained the public transportatoin system, tourist attractions, and he gave us maps and flyers so we knew what to do and where to go. The theme of the hotel is very cool and relaxing. They had free internet on two computers in the lobby and many nice and comfortable chairs to sit on and relax while listening to music they have playing. The rooms were very cool and were very spacious. The not having a window in my room was fine, it kept the room dark after late nights out and the motto was fitting "Who needs a view when you are sleeping". The design and furniture of the room was very stylish and we felt comfortable in the room right away. The bathroom not having a door wasn't a big deal at all. It didn't seem to phase myself or my wife. The shower was very nice with a HUGE shower head showering water from directly above in a "Rainstorm" effect. We drove to the Qbic hotel and were very pleased to see that the parking garage had such good security and at the same time the employees willing to help. It was an absolute pleasure to stay there and whenever we go back to Amsterdam we will be staying there without a doubt. Our stay there was Excellent and would recommend it to anyone and everyone. The price of the hotel was very inexpensive compared to other hotels in Amsterdam.
Gut, ich gestehe, das Wort DESIGN-Hotel hat mich zum buchen verführt, da ich generell ein Interesse an Design und Innenraum-Gestaltung habe. Allerdings hätte ich ein bisschen mehr drüber nachdenken sollen, denn ausser dem Wort Design und dem moderaten Preis spricht leider nicht viel für dieses Hotel:
Qbic hotel is one of the new design hotels located in Amsterdam. The rooms are fantastic, spacious and everything feels so new! The bed is really comfortable. And all modern commodities are available. The only strange thing is the open toilet, i.e. the cube design.
The service the hotel provides is self service. From checking in, breakfast & snacks to your departure. Bit strange at first, but actually great when u give in to the weirdness of it all. plus assistance is at hand when required.
Connections to both Amsterdam city centre and Schiphol are good and quick, even at night.
Overall it was pretty funny actually staying in the WTC- during the week coorperate business complex. I would definetly stay at a Qbic hotel again!
My partner and I stayed at the Qbic Amsterdam in July 2007. We arrived just six days after the hotel opened to guests. We paid 49 EUR/night for our three-day stay.
Qbic was the first hotel of my two week tour of Amsterdam, Belgium, and Italy, and my companion and I were thoroughly excited to try out the new hotel.
Last week, I booked one night at the brand new Qbic Hotel, just because I was very curious about this new concept. It's a self-service hotel, which keeps the price low: for example I only paid 39 euro's for 1 night for a room for 2! The hotel looks great and very trendy, it may be a low-cost hotel but it has the feeling of a high-end hip hotel, brandnew and with all the stuff you need : Mac and PC computer in the lobby, free to use for the guests, all-over wireless internet, flatscreen in every room and comfortable beds. I particularly liked the colour light system : you can change the light in your room in many different colours, changing the athmosphere in a second from red hot to cool blue to flashy purple etc.
Qbic offers perfect quality at a discount price
I paid €59 per night (all taxes included), and got to stay in a cool design hotel and sleep in a Hästens bed. That's what I call a good deal.
The room was really cool. A unit with the bed, and bathroom connected put into the space. And even the wallpaper included information on a local bar and store in the city. Really handy and smart.
Really for me Qbic offers amazing qualit and the best price in the market.
It is not in the city center but in the World Trade Center. But with public transport it was easy to get into town. Just about 15mins...
I am hooked. From here on I am at QBi whenever I go to Amsterdam...