Had a great time at the Hotel. First room booked "De Luxe" was small with poor view so upgraded to 3rd floor suite in the new annex. Very good !!
Good atmosphere but not surprisingly thought the food and drink overly expensive but good service.
Traveller from UK
Offering a prime location on Amsterdam's Canal Loop, this grand hotel is 0.2 km (0.1 mi) from Rembrandtplein and 0.6 km (0.4 …More
Great location and nice room. Arrived early and would have preferred being told room would not be ready until 2. We waited in lobby thinking it would be sooner even though we knew check in was at 3 - they led us to believe it would be earlier. Overall, a great experience.
This Amsterdam hotel is composed of 25 canal houses on the Keizersgracht canal, 500 meters from the house of Anne Frank and a …More
This hotel is in great location. We walked everywhere from here. Restaurants and snack bars are in abundance within. 2 streets.
The service from the staff was wonderful. Nothing seemed to much trouble.
The room was a good size, we didn't feel we were in shoe box sized room. Fab bathroom with a heated floor. With the room bring on the front of the building if you opened the windows then it was noisy.
We dined in senses the first night and were unprepared for the style of the restaurant. You only chose the number of courses then the food is brought to you. The food decorates the plate but it was incredible, although not cheap. 3 courses and a bottle of wine for two was €10.
Traveller from Worcestershire
This design hotel offers a prime location 1 block from the Floating Flower Market (Bloemenmarkt) and a 2-minute walk from the …More
room nice, im not one to spend first day finding faults with room it had everything i wanted, private bathroom not all rooms do it had a mini bar everything in it was 2 euros which i thought was very reasonable it also had hairdryer and very clean it may not be a suitable hotel if you have trouble walking stairs are steep, the area is great plenty of restaurants and bars tram stops in the square, we walked every where. would stay here again
Traveller from scotland
Located in Amsterdam City Centre, this hotel is steps from Thorbeckeplein and Rembrandt Square. Flower Market and Stopera are …More
I booked a room for 3 people. The room was spacious and bright, and the bedding comfortable. Although facing the main street, the double-paned windows kept the noise out (although the windows can't be opened). The room had a high ceiling, and the walls were bare. Some wallpaper or art on the walls would have given the room more character, but this is a minor criticism. Because of a ledge in the wall, water could leak from the shower onto the bathroom floor if one is not careful.
The hotel is right on a tram line to the central station, and close to a canal cruise stop. It is a short walk to the Rijksmuseum. The Leidsestraat location in the Leidseplein district is an ideal place to stay.
Check-in and check-out were quick an efficient, and the staff at the front desk were helpful.
I would definitely stay at the Dikker and Thijs Fenice Hotel again.
Traveller from Vancouver, B.C.
Located on the picturesque Prinsengracht canal, this intimate hotel is set in a renovated historical building, retaining much …More
The hotel was amazing! I stay in corporate chains for work, so when I vacation it is a treat to stay at a boutique hotel. This one was awesome. I was there 3 nights, the staff was great, the room quiet, the location perfect for exploring.
This family-friendly Amsterdam hotel is located in the historical district, within a 10-minute walk of Leidseplein, Flower …More
The classic Amsterdam image of stately canals, the Canal Loop is principally the Herengracht and Keizersgracht, lined with gracious tall 17th and 18th-century houses. Some of these are now museums, most notably the eccentric Kattenkabinet. The Amstel is a more down-to-earth waterway, lined with houseboats and famous for its classic much–photographed Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge). The floating Flower Market is also a much-loved canal feature.