Marriott Amsterdam

Stadhouderskade 12, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1054 ES, The Netherlands
(5 star hotel)
#38 of 869 hotels in Amsterdam
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 21 reviews
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Close to Leidesplein

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 28, 2005

The Marriott was my choice due to having hotel reward points, but the location was perfect. We were in walking district of both the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum, and the Leidesplein - where the restaurants, clubs and parties are plentyful.

The hotel was a typical Marriott - full service, which was very good. The food in the restaurant was delicious, although you could eat much more cheaply at a nearby restaurant.

This hotel is worth taxi fare from the train station, about $12 Euro when I visited. It is not adjacent to the red light district, so if that is your fancy, be warned.

Unique Quality: All that you would expect from Marriott

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Five start rated - three star quality

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 19, 2004

I have stayed on and off for several months at the Marriott Amsterdam on Leidseplein. The location is excellent - it is directly across from the Holland Casino, Hard Rock Cafe, and the restaurants of Leidseplein. It does cater to the American tourist so there is a high probability of odor of marajiuana in the hallways and a late night party in one of the rooms. The rooms are older and have not been remodelled recently, but are rather large for a european hotel. The suites are actually the size of a typical American suite. Although this is rate a 5 star hotel, however, it probably gets a three rating based on mediocre service.

Unique Quality: The excercise room is probably one of the best you are going to find. The hotel bar has slow service (for an American oriented hotel) and a Pizza Hut restaurant. Room service is 24 hours and there is an internet connection in the room for about 20 euro a day. Wireless does not exist in this hotel. If you are looking for a much superior place to stay, I would look to the pulitzer hotel based on many of my collegues recommendations.

Directions: Leidseplein

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Great area

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 23, 2004

Full Service/ centrally located at the Leisenplien.. Close to Heineken, Van Gogh a dn Riks Museums. Chug a lager at the Grand Cafe to people watch.

Unique Quality: Architecture is fantastic, museums galore, head shops, Music, extremely Safe city. Easy to get around. Young average age, 27/28. Good shopping....

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nice location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 10, 2004

The hotel was a pleasant place to stay in Amsterdam. The lobby was smallish for such a big hotel but our room was a surprise. While not as big as American standard-issue rooms, they are quite big for European standards, tastefully decorated and furnished with everything you'd expect from a 5-star hotel. The staff were friendly and the hotel even has a laundry room for guests where they can wash/dry their clothes.

The location is unbeatable. Just across the street you'll find Leidseplein which are lined with numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, pubs/bars, and also Lido Cabaret and Holland Casino. Beyond Leidseplein you'll find the shopping street of Kalverstraat leading all the way up to Damrak. Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum is also a stone's throw from the hotel. There's also a boarding point for Amsterdam's Canal tours right in front of the hotel and a nice park to take a stroll in.

All in all, this hotel was a pleasant base for our adventure in Amsterdam and I would not hesitate to stay in this hotel again.

Unique Quality: Nice location near shopping, food, entertainment, museum and canal tour.

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Typical but with benifits.

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 23, 2003

So its a Marriot.. Whatever. Onwe thing though I didnt understand at first.. Pizza hut room service 24 hours a day is key in this town ! I took advantage of that many times.. My expense account was rediculous in Amsterdam.. nearly got me s-canned.

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WOW i hope you have enough money !

by written on July 22, 2003

The Amsterdam Marriott Hotel is a 5-star hotel, superbly located in the city centre of Amsterdam, opposite the 'Leidseplein' square, just 5 minutes from the 'Museumplein', and right in the middle of Amsterdam's Shopping areas, restaurants and Nightlife

Unique Quality: Executive room with 1 Kingsize bed or 2 double beds, bathroom with barh, (satelite) TV, safety deposit box, use of bathrobe and slippers, access to the Executive Lounge where a healthy start breakfast is served. During cocktail hour we serve complimentary beer and wine.

Directions: Check In 15.00 hours
Check Out 12.00 hours

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Address: Stadhouderskade 12, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1054 ES, The Netherlands

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