I've been staying here a lot recently for work and it's great. It's just outside the city centre in a more residential area, but it's on the main street so there are plenty of restaurants and bars close by. And it's right on the tram line into the centre and near several others to different parts of the city. The staff are great and the rooms are nice with really tall ceilings. It's nice and quiet so you can get some sleep.
Traveller from London
Situated in a fully restored historical building built in 1891, The Manor Hotel Amsterdam - Hampshire Eden is 2 blocks from …More
Booked this hotel as a last minute booking for the May Day bank holiday as this was one of the few available. A nice quirky hotel with an interesting history. Staff were very friendly.
The hotel is located about a 25 minute, or 10 minute tram ride from Central Amsterdam station and the location is just by the water side which makes for a nice view.
Room was clean and spacious and the hotel was generally very quiet. Nearby is a lovely spanish restaurant serving tasty food and a nice quiet bar/cafe
Traveller from London
Placing guests between Rietlandpark and the waterfront, Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy is a 10-minute tram ride from the city …More
Wifi kept dropping, no expected wake up call on day of departure, helpful staff (except for the evening when ordering the wake up call) and clean, tidy rooms that make great use of space. Easy tram ride (9) or 30 minute walk into town. Recommended
Traveller from England
This family-friendly Amsterdam hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Oosterpark, Hortus Botanicus, and Artis. National Maritime …More
Rooms were clean and had everything you need. We were a group of 8 so they accommodated us all on the top floor together, no-one else was there so it was great to have it to ourselves and feel we could spread out. The staff were brilliant - helping us with directions for places to eat, visit and where the nearest supermarket was, providing information on public transport, helping us to order a takeaway pizza.
Hotel Allure wasn't located right in the centre of Amsterdam but we didn't see that as a problem - it meant it was quiet at night and it was easy to get public transport to the centre and it was also possible to walk, which was a great way to experience Amsterdam and view the architecture etc.
We stayed in Hotel Allure for a weekend for leisure purposes but then were in Amsterdam for business the following two days, which involved a stay in the Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel (a Marriott hotel)- undoubtedly more expensive (we weren't paying). On our return journey back to England we were largely in agreement that out of the two we preferred Hotel Allure - warmer welcome, more relaxed, better atmosphere.
Traveller from Leeds, England
Located in Amsterdam City Centre, this romantic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Royal Theater Carre, Hortus Botanicus …More
The shower was just warmer than cool, but it was rather warm in Amsterdam, so quite refreshing. Basic accommodation, but perfect for what I required. Friendly, polite staff. Overall, a pleasant experience.
Located in Old Town, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Dutch Resistance Museum, Hortus Botanicus, and Artis. Skinny …More
Plantage - Eastern Docklands, Amsterdam Hotel Guide
This area is known as Plantage (Plantation) and while its lush parkland has mostly gone, botanical gardens and the small Artis Zoo provide refuge from the hustle of the city. To the north, the excellent maritime Nederlands Scheepvaartmuseum is a reminder of Dutch naval power; to the south the ethnographical Tropenmuseum holds exotic treasures from the Dutch East Indies.