Hotel Weber

Address: Marnixstraat 397, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1017 PJ, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near Boom Chicago, St. Nicolaas Boat Club, De Stadsschouwburg, and Bellevue.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Weber Amsterdam

    Definitely one for your list


    Great hotel. The interior's been nicely renovated and has a clean, warm, contemporary feel. Our room was big, bright and spacious with large windows, lovely decor a very big and comfortable bed and simple furnishings. There was a kitchenette, plasma tv and a great shower room. Overall it was one of the nicest hotel rooms we've stayed in and, as there is no communal space and only 10 rooms, the hotel actually feels more like your own personal base in the city. Breakfast maybe a little basic for some but it suited our needs.

    Well positioned, lovely room, good quality, good price and a big plus for us was that they accepted 2 night bookings. I'd happily go back.

    Sin duda, uno para la lista


    Un hotel genial. Han renovado el interior con gran belleza y tiene un toque limpio, cálido y contemporáneo. Nuestra habitación era grande, luminosa y espaciosa, con grandes ventana, una decoración preciosa, una cama muy grande y confortable, y muebles sencillos. Había cocina americana, televisor de plasma y una ducha genial. En general, era uno de los mejores hoteles en los que nos hemos alojado y, como no hay sala común y solo tiene diez habitaciones, te da más la sensación de estar más en tu base privada en la ciudad que en un hotel. Quizás el desayuno sea un poco básico para algunos, pero se adaptaba a nuestras necesidades.

    Bien situado, con una habitación preciosa, de buena calidad, buen precio y un gran extra para nosotros, que era que aceptaban reservas de dos noches. Volvería encantado.



    this was a great hotel. on first entry i soon realisd what people ment by the steep stairs! they are quite steep alright. we had to ring the guy who owned the hotel, number on the door, to let us in. he kindly lifted my bag up the staires. we arrived at 11am and were able to check in right away. the room was great, very modern, fresh bread every moring left outside our door and there was ham, cheese, yoghurts, jam and nutella in our fridge. coffee making machine and the bed was so... comfortable. it was raiing one day and we were quite happy to spend the day in bed watching tv. only around the corner from nightlife and tram stops. our flight was not till 9pm to Cork but we were allowed to leave our bags in the hotel reception. really i do not know why it is called a hotel, the rooms are very spacious and like an apartment, i think there are only 6/7 rooms in total..... well priced also-we booked on everyone in amsterdam were so helpful and kind. i would definatly return here again and stay at hotel weber.

    Great hotel


    Great hotel, We went to spend a weekend in Amsterdam and stayed in this hotel. Very central located. Next door to the hotel their are the best bars of Amsterdam. Very helpful and friendly staff. Hotel is not suitable for older people. ( no elevator ) Room are very comfortable, modern and spacious. Also the coffee machine on the room is excellent. finally a real good cup of coffee.

    Un hotel genial


    Un hotel genial. Fuimos a pasar un fin de semana en Ámsterdam y nos alojamos en este hotel. Muy céntrico. Al lado del hotel hay los mejores bares de Ámsterdam. Personal muy amable y servicial. El hotel no es adecuado para gente mayor (no hay ascensor). Las habitaciones son muy confortables, modernas y espaciosas. Además, la cafetera de la habitación es excelente. Por fin una buena taza de café.

    Super hôtel


    Super hôtel. Nous avons passé un week-end à Amsterdam et nous y avons séjourné. Emplacement très central. Juste à côté de l'hôtel, il y a les meilleurs bars d'Amsterdam. Personnel très efficace et sympathique. L'hôtel ne convient pas aux personnes âgées (pas d'ascenseur). Les chambres sont très confortables, modernes et spacieuses. Super machine à café dans la chambre. Enfin une vraie bonne tasse de café.

    Fantastic Find


    We stayed here for two nights and were really pleased with everything about it. The rooms are spacious, very clean, comortable and modernly decorated. It felt like we were the first people to stay in the room. The staff were really friendly and made us feel very welcome. The location was great and we would definitely return. We hardly left the hotel we were so comfortable :)

    Un hallazgo fantástico


    Nos alojamos dos noches allí y quedamos encantados con todo. Las habitaciones son espaciosas, están muy limpias, son confortables y tienen una decoración moderna. Parecía como si fuéramos los primeros en alojarnos en la habitación. El personal era realmente amable y nos hizo sentir muy bien acogidos. La ubicación era genial y, sin duda, volveríamos. Apenas salimos del hotel, al estar tan cómodos :)

    Super trouvaille !


    On a séjourné deux nuits et on a vraiment tout apprécié. Les chambres étaient spacieuses, très propres, confortables. Décoration moderne. On avait l'impression d'être les premiers clients à dormir dans la chambre. Le personnel était très sympathique. On se sentait vraiment les bienvenus. Très bien situé. On y reviendrait. On a vraiment eu dû mal à quitter l'hôtel tellement il était confortable.

    Great budget hotel


    Great place if you are on a budget. Clean, comfortable rooms at a price of a hostel. Great bar, too

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Weber Amsterdam

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

    Off to the city of Red lights and Coffee Shops!!!

    A travel blog entry by kochwebb on Oct 01, 2015

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... You walk up to a kiosk and put your ticket on the bar code scanner, which causes a large door to slide open and that's where you put your luggage. The door closes and the scanners inside measure the dimensions and weight and the display then shows you if everything is within spec. Then the luggage tag gets spit out and the door slides open again so you can put the tag on. Once you're done, you press the button and say goodbye to your luggage. Of course, ...

    Anne franks house and a sex show

    A travel blog entry by lashez on Sep 09, 2015

    This morning we woke up early as we wanted to go see the Anne Frank museum. Tickets were all sold out on line so we had to go line up. We got there about 8:30am and it opened at 9am. Lucky for us the line wasn't that long when we arrived. Could be because it was a weekday. We got into the Anne Frank house about 9:30 and spent about 1 hour in there. Reading all the stories. The house was bigger then I thought but I'm sure to Anne ad her family it was very tiny. After this we wanted to ...

    Rain & Bikes

    A travel blog entry by charlie.howick on Aug 04, 2015

    5 photos

    ... thing to do. We cycled to the supermarket grabbed another picnic dinner and then went off to Vondelpark which is a massive beautiful park in Amsterdam with loads of mini lakes and trees and paths swirling all around it. That was lovely to cycle through and stop for dinner :) The last thing to do on our list was the Red Light ...

    Amsterdam 2 nights

    A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jul 01, 2015

    11 photos

    ... cruise through the canals! So much fun! After dinner we went to a bar and got some ice cream! It was so stormy and it started to pelt down rain!! We had a few more drinks at the bar near the hotel which was so cool, it was like an old warehouse which had been converted! We now didn't have to leave until 9:30, as top decks original plan to cross the border at Calais had to be changed as the border was closed due to the refugee ...


    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jun 19, 2015

    16 photos

    ... zip into town one more time for a quick walk through the Hermitage Musuem of Amsterdam, a branch of the Hermitage in St. Petersburg that sends 2 exhibits a year from their collection to the Netherlands. We got to see a fascinating collection of art and objects that belonged to Napoleon, Josephine and Alexander of Russia.

    Tuesday afternoon it was back on the train, back to Paris, then to Compiegne, then a hotel overnight and off to ...