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First time at the YotelAir, transiting through AMS with an eight hour layover at an awkward time. I actually really really enjoyed the hotel. It was reminiscent of the simplicity of many Japanese hotels I've stayed in - small, but clean and very functional.
The cabins are pretty small but it is perfect to take a shower and a nap during a layover. The beds and pillows are very comfortable. They offer free tea and coffee, what do you want more? I would recommend.
Lovely hotel with lovely staff. I made an early reservation into Mercury but since it was closed the days I was traveling, they transferred my booking to Yotel. Unfortunately, the hotel doesn't accept pets but my dog was super welcome by the staff team in...More
OK, let's be clear, we are not talking 5* accommodation here but as an airside transit stop it is all it needs to be.
A "cabin" is not cheap but you pay for the convenience of staying on the right side of passport control for...More
I stayed here for 6 hours because I had an unexpected 9 hour layover. It cost 72 Euros for the single "cabin". The room was immaculately clean and everything worked perfectly.
The bed was super-comfortable and I slept like a baby for three and a...More
US$115 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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My understanding is different from those who have already replied. The hotel is on the 'secure' side of the airport, so as long as you have not passed through passport control and collected your luggage, you should be able... More
My understanding is different from those who have already replied. The hotel is on the 'secure' side of the airport, so as long as you have not passed through passport control and collected your luggage, you should be able to get into the hotel directly.
What is not clear to me is what would happen with your luggage if you don't claim it right after the flight, but leave it until after your nap. Airlines do have places/ways to store unclaimed luggage, but I don't know if you would want to risk that--or if there is risk involved. You might ask the airline you're arriving on.
I take you to mean that you want to take a nap after arriving from the US and before 'entering' The Netherlands, not that you want to nap before boarding a US-bound flight. You also don't say that you are transferring in Schiphol to another flight and want to nap between them -- in that event, you would not be claiming your luggage.
I don't think it matters to passport control whether you go through immediately after a flight or a few hours later after a nap. But you should check with someone who knows this. I'm just guessing.
Once you go through passport control, you are outside of the secure zone -- and then, you cannot access the hotel. At that point, you might as well pick up your luggage, store it in a locker, return via passport control and security, and go to the hotel. After your nap, you will have to re-enter via passport control, and then go claim your luggage from the locker. It is do-able. But for all that, why not just go through all this once and head to a hotel either near the airport or in whatever city you're headed to?
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