I had one night at this property in connection with a concert at the Ziggo Dome. The hotel is conveniently located close to the venue and train station, making it a good no-frills stay if you're just in town for a concert like I was. The room was clean and as expected, although it was not ready when I tried to check in at 4.30 PM. There was also no digital key available, and I did not get a room upgrade as a Diamond member. Still, the rate was extremely reasonable (just 137 EUR) which is impressive for a night where there is a sold-out concert at the Ziggo Dome. Many hotels would hike up their rate considerably for those scenarios. The breakfast at the hotel was very basic, but decent. There is also a small bar area in the lobby which was not terribly exciting.
This was a very nice place to stay although on reflection, if we were closer to the central city, it could be better. The Arena train station is right across from the hotel which is nice but having to take the train every day into the central city and back again became a little tiresome. Other than that, it was perfect. Very nice clean hotel, wonderful breakfast and friendly workers. Nana and Dina at the front desk were so pleasant and helpful as well as Raza who helped us with our waffle making skills at breakfast. We visited in May 2022 and the rates were fair. In fact, after traveling to London and Brugges Belgium, we realized the Amsterdam Arena's rates were the best.
Easy to travel from airport. All around you find restaurants, supermarket, stadium. Hotel team is very professional. Rooms are comfortable with all necessary. Hotel cleanliness is exceeding the expectation.
The thing that makes them stand out are the small details and wonderful staff. Aksa and Selina at the front desk are incredibly helpful and generous with their time, advice and you feel the warmth in their hospitality.
We went here the day after Boxing Day for two nights. It was great. The location is two stops from the airport, four from the City Centre by intercity, and about eight by the metro. Staff here were really good and friendly, the breakfast was plentiful and included a diy waffle maker! The only watch out is that check if Ajax are playing at home when you go as I guess it’ll be quite busy!
It’s more of a youth hostel than a real hotel. Walls are thin, literally made out of Gyproc or comparable, guests making loud noise until at least 1AM. In the morning, same thing due to the Showering Inferno in the adjacent rooms and the TV playing morning news loud in the restaurant that is right underneath the room with only my room window between us. See picture for clarification. This is not what I expected from a Hilton branded facility and certainly not at that €190+ per night price. Staff was not very accomodating either, probably students or temps who still have a lot to learn.
From arriving early we were looked after by the friendly and efficient staff. They all helped us to enjoy our stay. Breakfast was good and there was something for everyone. Our room was large and clean, albeit a little on the cold side! We would highly recommend staying here as there are many local restaurants and the train links take you to the airport or by fast train to Amsterdam Centraal Station, or slower by cheaper by the Metro.
Thank you NANA and SELINA, they are so so sweet and patient <3 ! Great experience staying !!! Highly recommend, the transfer are really convenient, lot of shops nearby, everything are good and nice!!!!!
I stayed here to go to the Blackpink concert on December 22nd 2022. I paid a very reasonable price for a room which came with cancellation insurance and breakfast. I stayed here with my little sister and we had the time of our lives. The hotel is walking distance from Ziggo Dome and very close to the train station. Don't let the train station scare you off though, we were surprised by how sound proof the hotel is. The employees Nana and Selina took great care of us. I'll definitely stay here again next time I attend a concert in Amsterdam!
This hotel may be convenient for certain business visits, and proximity to the arena, but don't enter this hotel with high expectations. The lobby is fairly nice with a small bar built into it, the staff are also helpful and friendly. The rooms are old fashioned room in design and feel very budget, no iron or ironing board present but coffee and tea making facilities are there. The challenge starts when you need to sleep, the walls are paper thin, as is the door, you can hear everything above, below and to the side, even when someone in a neighbouring room decides to take a wee, you can hear each and every trickle. Everyone someone walks near the room in the corridor, you can hear it, even conversations from rooms opposite on the other side of the corridor. The beds are also very hard, so you may need to ask for an additional duvet and use as a topper. The breakfast is good in the mornings although there is no salmon or pork sausages, only chicken sausages which are just strange. Finally, the Wifi is free but very slow, so for laptops you're best using mobile hotspot for a more reliable connection. Overall, if I were staying for a private stay, I'd be asking for a refund. I urge the management and staff of this hotel to stay in their own rooms for a few nights a month, to experience the pain and discomfort that customers have to go through.…