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Discover the Hilton Amsterdam hotel, famous for John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 1969 'bed-in for peace.' An ideal base for exploring the city, this Amsterdam, Netherlands hotel boasts easy access to some of the ...Moremost exclusive shopping streets, traditional cafes and famous local attractions. Take advantage of the hotel's proximity to Amsterdam's main business district. Host your conference or executive meeting in one of 21 versatile meeting rooms and relax while professional planners take care of the details. Stay productive with modern equipment in the business center and enjoy WiFi throughout the hotel. Unwind in a spacious and contemporary guest room or upgrade to an Executive room and enjoy exclusive access to the stylish Executive Lounge, offering complimentary refreshments and a 360-degree view across Amsterdam's spectacular skyline. Relax with a massage in this Amsterdam hotel's health club featuring a sauna, steam room, whirlpool, and solarium. Re-energize in the fitness center with the latest modern equipment. Admire stunning views of Amsterdam's renowned canals and unwind with a local beer in Half Moon Lounge, with style based on designs by Ralph Lauren. Enjoy elegance and experience while dining on innovative Italian cuisine in the award-winning Roberto's Restaurant. Less
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Wonderful Hotel off the main streets of Amsterdam. Our flight from DFW to Amsterdam arrived at 8:am. We arrived at this hotel at approximately 9:15am and our room for our stay was not ready for us to check in. We were booked with the Executive...More
My wife and i just returmed from a week of rest and relaxation in the Amsterdam Hilton. We are a senior couple and this was our sixth or seventh stay at this hotel. We always book executive level rooms so we can enjoy evenings in...More
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Response from Maria G, General Manager at Hilton AmsterdamResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you very much for taking the time to leave a review of your stay at Hilton Amsterdam.
It is a delight to read you stayed at Hilton Amsterdam for the sixth or seventh time and that you experienced your stay as relaxed....More
Great hotel, easy covered walk from International terminal (about 10 minutes). Excellent service, excellent executive lounge, great rooms.
Easy access to airport and trains.
Highly recommend this hotel.
Fine views, typical room large enough, close to the Concertgebouw and the Rijksmuseum only, somewhat strict service, not the greatest Hilton I stayed but does its job. The problem is at this price range, you need more.
The hotel is a tram and quick walk from the train station and an easy cab ride from the airport. I was surprised walking up to it as it looks a but outdated from the street. Inside everyone was friendly and helpful. My room was...More
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Response from Maria G, General Manager at Hilton AmsterdamResponded 6 days ago
Thank you for writing a review regarding your stay at Hilton Amsterdam.
Indeed our hotel is located just outside the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Within a ten-minute walk from the most renowned museums at the Museumplein, luxurious designer shops in...More
The concierge can arrange a driver for a fixed fee. I would recommend this as the cars are nicer and larger. It is basically the same price as a taxi or Uber. Otherwise Uber vs. taxi is about the same depending on time... More
The concierge can arrange a driver for a fixed fee. I would recommend this as the cars are nicer and larger. It is basically the same price as a taxi or Uber. Otherwise Uber vs. taxi is about the same depending on time of day (Uber charges more when demand is greater).
We didn't eat at any nearby restaurants. But for an excellent view of the city, take the ferry across from the train station and eat at A'dam Lookout. The restaurant is pricey and the meal (we had the tenderloin steaks... More
We didn't eat at any nearby restaurants. But for an excellent view of the city, take the ferry across from the train station and eat at A'dam Lookout. The restaurant is pricey and the meal (we had the tenderloin steaks), appetizers and drinks were ok. Catch a sunset meal or drinks. We ate snacks during the day and would recommend a pancake house like De Carrousel Pannenkoeken for your sweet tooth