Amistad Hotel

Kerkstraat 42, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1017 GM, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near Boom Chicago, St. Nicolaas Boat Club, De Uitkijk, and Healers.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Amistad Hotel Amsterdam

    Do Not go there...

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    Cramped up little overpriced place. I have never seen anything like this. Rooms are OK, but very noisy (thin walls), never got any sleep. Breakfast was shocking. We almost had to milk our own cow to get milk (self service). Passages are the width of a suitecase, stairs are VERY unstable, or at least it felt like it. Rules and regulations stuck on walls...NO CLASS! Host's fake friendliness really got to me. Passports got kept on arrival?! Call me full of ****, but we were NOT impressed - you will not see us again.

    Fantastic weekend in Amsterdam

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    We had a great stay in the Amistad Hotel, very nice room with great bathroom. We felt at home immediately!!

    Very charming little hotel

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    Amustad is a very charming little hotel , with a central location. we had a great stay mostly thanks to Mike and richard who work there. We'll be back.

    Great hotel in a great city!

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    great hotel, nice guys, great service and clean rooms ! Also great location. We'll be back for sure.

    Barely passable

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    Owners were most kind and helpful but the hotel is very cramped, stairs very steep and our room on top floor was essentially a garret and broiling even with the radiator off. Plus my companion wound up getting 25 bed bug bites on his legs and arms (looked ghastly) which the owners refused to believe could have happened there. We checked out early. Loved the city however!

    Loved the amistad, had a great time!

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    I had a great time in Amsterdam mostly because of the friendly and very helpful staff of the Amistad. Very cean, great breakfast, and cute guys all around! I'll be back!

    Great hotel at a great location !

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    We had a wonderful time at the Amistad. We will surely be back again. Thanks for the friendly help.

    Splendid stay!!!

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    I had a splendid stay at Amistad Hotel in Amsterdam. The place is clean, cosy, stylish and central The staff is extremely helpful, friendly and good-looking! Amistad made my stay in Amsterdam pleasant & carefree. Cheers!

    Best bed &breakfast ever!!!!

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    best hotel in amsterdam hosts johan and mike where most helpfull clean and peacfyull friendly and evrything a gay need t o find his way in a very pleasantway in amsterdam

    Hotel Amistad Most Unpleasant

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    The Hotel Amistad in my opinion is: over-priced, over-rated and most unpleasant."

    TripAdvisor Reviews Amistad Hotel Amsterdam

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

    A Sad Walk through History

    A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Sep 06, 2014

    1 comment, 55 photos

    ... hiding there as well) were betrayed by an unknown person, where the attic was raided and where they were arrested, deported and sent to die in a German Concentration Camp. Only Otto, the father, survived.

    If you go, plan ahead. The line to get in is long a good 2 hour wait. You can reserve ahead online and avoid the line. I had done so and we walked right in. No pictures are allowed inside.

    The rooms now are devoid of furniture, ...

    Amster-Dan

    A travel blog entry by travelindan on Aug 07, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... They were amazing and they let us wash it down with ANOTHER free pint each! That was all it took Nic to get the day kicked off with a biggg smile on her face! We took a canal cruise towards downtown with a few more drinks.



    Later that night we walked downtown into a happening square where we sat down and ate at an Italian restaurant. We stuffed our faces with pizza and lasagna to lube our systems for wherever the night would bring us. :P ...

    Amsterdam day 4-5 and Rotterdam day 1

    A travel blog entry by jesspratt on Jul 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... with Dean) and his mates for a great steak dinner before we all head down to Rotterdam for the North Sea Jazz Festival. TRAVELING TIP: you cannot use a VISA or MasterCard at the machines to buy train tickets at the station. You must pay in coins (not notes) or Maestro card. Therefore, be prepared to line up with every other tourist who has a visa or MasterCard (and not €27 in coin) to buy your ticket. Next blog we will be in Rotterdam at the jazz festival, Cheers all Jess and ...

    A beautiful city with 2 sides!

    A travel blog entry by clairebrenton on Jun 06, 2014

    5 photos

    ... We loved cycling the streets so much, Brenton looked like a big kid on a bike and I now want an old school bike. Our hostel without us knowing when we booked backed on to the RLD and to get a better understanding of what life working in the RLD is like Ngaire, Brenton and I booked a tour. The streets are definitely an eye opener and the tour very interesting and worthwhile. ...

    Just off the plane

    A travel blog entry by jkutzik on Apr 18, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... to our hotel and we stowed our bags until our room was ready. Off to the Rijksmuseum for a visual feast of Frans Hals, Johannes Vermeer, Jan Steen, and the master himself, Rembrandt. We connected with Ellen and David Pedersen (John's sister and brother in law) in the museum. We are all at the same hotel and will meet up for dinner later.

    Tomorrow, a walking tour of Old Amsterdam and more art museums. ...