Hotel Old Quarter

Warmoestraat 22, Amsterdam, 1012 JD, The Netherlands

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64%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
16%
47
Very Good
31%
91
Average
17%
51
Poor
16%
49
Terrible
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  • Families40
  • Couples49
  • Solo39
  • Business50
  • amsterdam , red light district , hotel old quarter

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    the hotel room pictures are not true.They tell that they have tv in the rooms but we stayed 4 days and they could not find the remote controller.
    the hotel crew is very rude.
    the check in - check out system is a big mass disaster.we paid 3 days, than we informed the reception that we will stay one day longer.they did not take the reservation note and the last day during we have a tour in the city , they got into our room and packed our belongings missing some of them , and took our luggage out of the room.we had to change the hotel at night! even they had the reservatioın mistake , they were really being awfully rude.
    When we search the other hotels , we found out even the closest hotel to old quarter is even cheaper with much much better room conditions.
    Amsterdam is very beautiful without hotel old quarter.check for another hotel if you want your holiday be without any negative experience!

    Unique Quality: red light district - hotel old quarter - disaster

    Directions: red light district , amsterdam , hotel old quarter - disaster

  • Hotel Old Quarter

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    2 words: bed bugs!!!!!!
    Small rooms and shared toilette and shower, but all thats OK. in amsterdam all youre doing is sleeping in your hotel anyway.
    then after 1 night in rm 38 i saw little dots moving on the wall.. then i squished one and blood went everywhere! Ive only heard of these untill that momment, and even checked the room beforehand,,,but i guess they only come out when theres food (you)!
    We moved out that night and even though the hotel refunded the unused portion of our stay, their attitude was not good, the owner denied the problem even after the manager came up and discovered a big one under my mattress. "i thought we got rid of all of them"

    Unique Quality: bloodsucking incects!

  • amsterdam hotel

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    I had been to Amsterdam twice before the last visit when we stayed in the old quarter hotel, There was 14 of us and we were made to feel very welcolme, the rooms have a great view over the canal (doubles that is ).
    The bar is a great meeting place and aslo a great place to end your night, the location couldnt be any better everything you need is right on your doorstep. I am now going to book again for the end of may as i enjoyed the hotel that much!! highly recomended

    Unique Quality: like i have mentioned the views from the double room are really nice and chilling you can watch the canal trips going in and out and generally watch the world go by !!

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    Where We Stayed

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    Making the decision of what hotel to stay at was, by far, the hardest part of the trip...at least for me. When we decided, I did a search on Google for the chosen one and not a whole lot came up...was this a good sign...or a bad sign?
    Eventhough we were just a wee bit leary due to the lack of reports/opinions expresssed, we threw caution to the wind and made the reservation.
    This turned out to be one of the best decisions we made! The Hotel Old Quarter is a really nice hotel.
    Here's something I don't get...you get what you pay for ok, and if you pay cheep, how/why would you expect to get The Hilton, for 40 euro or less? For this amount you most likely will not have facilities in your room, or room service, again if this is what you need, the 5 star hotels will give that to you for somewhere around 150-200 euros per night, perhaps more. But we went cheep...the rooms were a bit small...and that's really all I can complain about....

    Unique Quality: The showers and bathroom were all brand new...at least new with-in the past 1 year. It was incredably clean. The bed I had wasn't like my own, but it was a comfortable, dry and warm. There's actually 2 different parts of this hotel, one side...in the rear of the building, has a lift, (elevator), the other side, to the right as you walk in only has steps. So mention you need a lift, or that you'd like a room in the rear. The view from our room was of the canal and the Damrak.
    The whole place is clean and very well run.

    Directions: This place is in a great location. Right next door is the coffeeshop called, 'Hunters'. Beyond that is a little laundrymat, you can wash clothes and burn a few fatties. Walking distance from Central Station and Dam Square.

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    Hotel - Pub - combination

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    A nice little hotel with basic rooms, toilet and shower on the floor. Better than the rooms is definitely the pub downstairs. Some nights the week they have life music, preferably Jazz.

    The hotel is very close to the main station and right inside the old quarter, the red light destrict with all its coffee shops and restaurants around.

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    Right in the heart of the Red Light District

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    Located in the heart of the Red Light District, this quaint little hotel is perfect for a first time visitor to Amsterdam (ie me) who wants a central base to explore about.

    A decent breakfast of bread, eggs and coffee was included in the roomrate. No complains there.

    Unique Quality: There is a lively pub at the hotel. Its pretty cool as there is a little stage there where musicians have some jam sessions ~ their Jazz sessions are remarkable. The smoked-filled cosy but crowded pub with live music makes it really charming. So, when one is bored of hanging out at the numerous coffee shops and looking at girls in the windows, its a nice change ;-)

    The rooms, located on top of the pub are decent, clean but small. Just enough room for the bed, a little table, a cupboard and a washbasin. Toilets and showers are outside. The windows look out to other small hotels opposite (and that can be quite entertaining as well, although I didnt really caught anything worthwhile to see then ... ). Its surprisingly very quiet at night and that, to me, was the most surprising thing of all.

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Address: Warmoestraat 22, Amsterdam, 1012 JD, The Netherlands