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Located near Sarphatipark, nice to be in a green leafy area. Good basic hotel, our double room was large and spacious. The single was very small. Very comfortable rooms though. Pity they don't do tea'coffee etc. in the room. Breakfast was fine. Liked the location,...More
Okay ... the photographs on their website don't really reflect the general quality and ambience of the hotel, a bit of poetic/marketing licence.
The receptionist was really rude and aloof, bordering on the arrogant. We had to keep asking for extra towels, and the loo...More
Never stayed here before, but would again, even though the walk to dam centre was 30 minutes plus. The 4 bed room was a good size, beds were comfortable, nice balcony, along with nesting pigeon, nice touch. Good value and quiet. Staff were friendly and...More
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US$120 - US$603 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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Bustling Albert Cuypstraat serves as the main drag through De Pijp and the location for Albert Cuyp Market, the largest and most famous of Amsterdam’s many outdoor markets. Beyond this sometimes-frantic thoroughfare, tiny lanes beckon urban explorers in search of the latest trends and hidden gems. Nearly half the residents living in De Pijp are foreigners and a good number of them are students. Here you'll
find a multitude of ethnic restaurants, great cafes and bars, and a brilliant array of locally owned shops, all catering to a broad range of budgets and tastes.
Response from AalborgHotel | Property representative |
TAXI TO OR FROM THE AIRPORT: DON'T BE AN ASSH*&E AND GET TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF. IF THE DRIVER DOES NOT AGREE ON A MAX OF 40€ FROM SCHIPOL TO THE HOTEL OR THE CITY - DO NOT TAKE THAT TAXI. 37€ IS THE PRICE - THAT IS WHAT... More
TAXI TO OR FROM THE AIRPORT: DON'T BE AN ASSH*&E AND GET TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF. IF THE DRIVER DOES NOT AGREE ON A MAX OF 40€ FROM SCHIPOL TO THE HOTEL OR THE CITY - DO NOT TAKE THAT TAXI. 37€ IS THE PRICE - THAT IS WHAT IT IS AND DON'T LET ANYONE TELL YOU DIFFERENTLY.
Print these directions because they are as spot on as you are going to get!
Go to the subterrain where the train platforms are 1 floor under the main lobby of the airport. There you can take the train to “Amsterdam Centraal”. Direct or with some stops don't matter, Central is Central.
Central Station (Amsterdam Centraal):
Take tram 4 (located outside the main entrance) and get off at the stop ”Ceintuurbaan”, qat the light in front of you take a right on the street “Ceintuurbaan”. After 100m you will see the Sarphatipark on the right and Aalborg on the left. Big sign, if you miss it, we know a good optometrist.
We can arrange a taxi to meet you at the arrivals hall for 47euro or to take you from Aalborg to the airport for 37euro. We can even put your name on that sign. Email us to arrange it.
If you drive in, there is public parking on the street for a fee of 34€/day, but make sure to ask us where exactly so you don't get towed. Or we can call a car valet to come pick up your baby, and leave her nice an safe in a garage. Fees can be checked at the reception.
Hope to see you soon.
Response from Taormina-Tourist | Reviewed this property |
The hotel has no parking and parking in Amsterdam is phenomenally expensive (around 25-30 euros per day depending on where). Many people"in the know" park in villages outside and get the train in.... It's really an eternal... More
The hotel has no parking and parking in Amsterdam is phenomenally expensive (around 25-30 euros per day depending on where). Many people"in the know" park in villages outside and get the train in.... It's really an eternal Amsterdam hassle and nightmare, I am sorry to say. You cld try parking at the RAI conference center... A car in Amsterdam is a liability anyway! Trams are good..
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