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A well designed structure in a good location but everything else is forgotten. This hotel caters for people who do not worry about spending money and provides adequate accommodation at a high price purely due its location. This is my second stay and will be...More
Go figure, the Radisson Blu Hotel has an excellent location in the heart of Amsterdam; it's a modern facility with a nice bar and restaurant, with fine rooms but we had terrible service in the bar and restaurant during a recent stay.
Stayed at the hotel for two nights with my other half for his birthday - the hotel staff left a small birthday gift for him which was hugely appreciated. The rooms are very comfortable, in a great location and the breakfast spread is excellent.
Travelled there for a belated birthday trip, the location was perfect; we were within walking distance of everywhere we wanted to visit. The hotel provided excellent service; we are very happy with the conditions and amenities. Would definitely recommend the hotel to friends and stay...More
Helen at reception was great she knew what she was saying gave a nice room onlooking the canal. Very pleasant stay hotel was clean and we were looked after well. Nice location get to know locals if u wanna have a good time around. Overall...More
To visit Amsterdam and not explore De Wallen (the Dutch name for this area) or to go only to gawk at its saucier aspects would mean missing the opportunity to view some of the city’s most picturesque canals, historic landmarks, and impeccably presented examples of traditional local architecture – not to mention Amsterdam’s own Chinatown, Europe’s largest Buddhist temple and more local treasures. Sure, there are some
less salubrious activities drawing the curious to this age-old part of time. Nevertheless, the Red Light District is still a very safe and incredibly fascinating area where at the turn of a corner you can be transported from the dingy glow of modern day neon red to a glorious 16th century Delft blue dreamscape.
My wife and I traveled with our daughter and for three people in a room, Radisson required us to book a junior suite or above. The junior suite was an L shaped room were the bedroom was separated from the main room by a tall... More
My wife and I traveled with our daughter and for three people in a room, Radisson required us to book a junior suite or above. The junior suite was an L shaped room were the bedroom was separated from the main room by a tall dresser with a 55 in tv on top. We had a bed that was definitely larger than a double, and if my memory is correct, it was king. The tv will swivel to face a sitting room and the couch in the room opens to a double bed.
The room was very comfortable, quiet and modern, but it and the bathroom were on the small side. You can get a better idea of the room layout if you look on the Radisson Blu site. We had an enormous amount of luggage and gear and were fine during our 5 day stay in the room.
On a side note, the hotel is in a very good location if your intent is to site see and it is close to a wide variety of restaurants. We were able to walk to all the key attractions in the city. In addition, the breakfast offerings at the hotel were very good and a nice way to start the day.
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The nature reserves are indeed a bit outside of the city which doesn't have to be a problem as the hotel is within a 10 min walk of the central station and public transport will take you easily to those places. For example... More
The nature reserves are indeed a bit outside of the city which doesn't have to be a problem as the hotel is within a 10 min walk of the central station and public transport will take you easily to those places. For example nature reserve 'De kennemerduinen' is easy to reach by train via Haarlem, take train to Zandvoort (beach side place) and get out in Overveen. After this you can visit the beach and go there for a bite. The most famous is probably 'De hoge veluwe' hogeveluwe.nl/en On their website you can find how to get there and how to get a guide if you need that! This will be an hour or so by train. Enjoy!