Beautiful hotel, used to be a music school/conservatory. Gorgeous architecture. Great staff, concierge etc. public spaces all beautiful, cozy upscale cocktail bar--really enjoyed! Easy in and our with sharp attentive valet team! Loft style room was really cool ie glass stair rails, gorgeous bathroom, TV in mirror....stayed two nights, wish it was longer. Would absolutely recommend this hotel!
Located in Museum Quarter, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Stedelijk Museum and Concertgebouw. Van Gogh Museum …More
My partner and I booked this hotel for our first trip to Amsterdam and overall I am satisfied, however there are a few things that prevent me from screaming: BOOK NOW, BOOK NOW.
On a positive note: the staff were excellent (very reflective of the Dutch people). They were polite, spoke excellent English and immensely helpful. For instance, on our final day I felt very unwell but they were more than happy to extend our stay for a few hours in order to let me rest before our flight ... for an additional 20 euros that is.
And here in lies the (potential) problem. Amsterdam is not cheap. It is for this reason that I shall not be too harsh, but the hotel extras were expensive. If you're looking for somewhere cheap but clean, where you only intend to merely sleep and wash then this might be an unnecessary expense for you (it was for us). Breakfast for one (bearing in mind this consists of your typical continental buffet - no truffles) cost 18 euros EACH! There is a restaurant at the hotel (a high-end sushi restaurant) where we planned to relax a few hours away on a couple of nights, however one look at the price tag and we were running for the hot dog stand.
The location however is excellent IF you're looking for fashion, shopping and museums. Two minutes from the Rijksmusuem and five from the Van Gogh museum if you looking for slightly less red-lighted culture and don't mind paying a little more then this is the hotel for you.
Traveller from England
This hotel is in several traditionally-Dutch, canalside properties and is set in the centre of Amsterdam, 300 metres from Van …More
Hotel was newly refurbished dining room reception, lounge area and bedrooms all immaculate stunning, Staff very helpful-they contacted our friends at another hotel for us, could not be more helpful.
Right next to Vondel Park (that's why I booked) nice walk into the centre, tram stops nearby etc. Light Square 2 mins walk it was perfect. I would recommend to everyone. Fantastic thank you Leonardo Hotel.
Traveller from Whitby, UK
This Amsterdam hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Vondelpark, the P.C. Hooftstraat shopping street, and Leidseplein (Leidse …More
Very friendly staff. Comfortable room with jacuzzi bath and coffee maker. Half an hour walk to centre passing lots of canals, bridges and places to eat and drink. Cycle hire available. Park nearby for lakes and trees and bird watching. Free wi fi. All spoke good English. Very quiet, nice retreat at the end of a hectic day sight seeing.
Traveller from GB
Located in Amsterdam City Centre, this romantic hotel is steps from Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum. Rijksmuseum and …More
The location of the hotel is perfect when visiting Amsterday!
You are close to many of Amsterdam's amazing museums, the Rijks Museum and the Van Gogh Museum.
The Vondel Park is just a few steps away.
The tram stop is just one block away, if you decide to use it.
Otherwise, you can just walk to the "heart" of Amsterdam.
The hotel is close to shopping areas and to the bloom garden shopping street.
The hotel's staff was very helpful and knowledgeable. Breakfast buffet is nice.
Traveller from Wisconsin
Opposite a large canal, this Amsterdam hotel is 300 metres from Rijksmuseum's art collection, 500 metres from Van Gogh …More
Home to Amsterdam’s big three museums, the Museum Quarter includes the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk. The former is the huge national art collection. The Stedelijk is largely cutting-edge post-1945 art. The Van Gogh is home to 200 of the artist’s paintings. Nearby Leidseplein is the centre of Amsterdam’s more raucous nightlife, with famous clubs such as Paradiso and Melkweg. By day, visit the Art Deco Café Americain.