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Maybe we just got a bad room but we were not impressed with this hotel, especially considering the reviews. I got a Business Class room on the 4th floor.
First impression was good with the room being spacious with 12' ceilings. Then you open the...More
We stayed for a long weekend in June/July in a junior suite which was well appointed. Our only complaint is that the air con would not go below 23c. Our room overlooked the atrium so if we opened the windows, it was very noisy for...More
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Response from MrPGadet, General Manager at Radisson Blu Hotel, AmsterdamResponded 2 August 2017
First of all thank you for choosing us and thank you for sharing your experience here. Your feedback about your room climat system has been shared internally with my team and will be up for maintenance immediately. Please accept my sincere apologies for...More
Nothing comes as a shortage at this place. Nice place, great location, quality services, great breakfast, helpful and friendly staff.
Everything about it is great.
You're right in the center of Amsterdam, at walking distance from almost every attraction.
Rooms are quite large, fully equipped,...More
We stayed at the Radisson Blu for 3 nights in September 2017. We booked a Junior suite.
We arrived early and the checkin process was extremely efficient and friendly. The room was very modern with good facilities and amenities. Very nice touch is the Smart...More
Response from MrPGadet, General Manager at Radisson Blu Hotel, AmsterdamResponded 3 days ago
Dear JKFfromSA, thank you so much for this constructive and positive feedback. Your comments are valued, and will be forwarded to our technical department to consider improvements. Further more we are happy to ready that you enjoyed your stay with us. And hope to have...More
We stayed here as extension to our Viking River cruise on the Rhine River. Hotel was a short van ride from the ship. It is neat, clean and has a very nice restaurant. We arrived at 9:30 AM and, of course, the room was not...More
1 Thank Al R
Response from MrPGadet, General Manager at Radisson Blu Hotel, AmsterdamResponded 1 week ago
Dear Al R,
Thank you for this detailed constructive feedback. I am sorry to read we were not able to meet or exceed your expectations. Your feedback will be taken into consideration during our evaluation with Viking and your comments in relation to safety are...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Business Centre with Internet Access
Things to do
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
US$211 - US$610 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#5 Green Hotel in Amsterdam
#26 Business Hotel in Amsterdam
#27 Family Hotel in Amsterdam
#38 Luxury Hotel in Amsterdam
#44 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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