City Garden Hotel
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Hotel City Garden Amsterdam is a warm, charming and cosy three-star hotel situated on the P.C. Hooftstraat -- Amsterdam's most luxurious, noteworthy shopping streets. The Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art are located very close to the hotel. Furthermore, Leidseplein, the ultimate place for a great evening out with its countless side streets full of restaurants, bars and clubs is located within walking distance. If all this is a bit too much excitement, you can seek quiet relaxation in the green Vondelpark, which is situated close to the hotel.
An excellent breakfast buffet is served every day in the hotel's bright breakfast room overlooking a small garden. Public transport is right around the corner, with public transport to just about anywhere in Amsterdam. At the hotel's great location our welcoming staffs are at the reception 24/7 to help you with your needs. Undoubtedly, City Garden Hotel is the ideal city hotel for you in the centre of Amsterdam.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 73
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- In Room Safe
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Sofa Beds Adults: Yes
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Cost: 8.00 Per 24 Hours
- Name: Schiphol Amsterdam Airport
- Distance: 12.8 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 10:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Airport Name: Schiphol Amsterdam Airport Distance: 12.8 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 649 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 03/2017, Sotiris M wrote this review.
First of all you have to learn how to use e-mails and then all the others...Really amateurs...I send several mails to ask about a group booking,but you never answer to me.Probably just because i was asking about noisy rooms and bugs...
First of all you have to learn how to use e-mails and then all the others...Really amateurs...I send several mails to ask about a group booking,but you never answer to me.Probably just because i was asking about noisy rooms and bugs... Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, keith d wrote this review.
One star for location, one star for breakfast and one for housekeeping, forget the rest it's a complete dog. This seems to be a hotel overrun with students banging on doors and making a noise long into the night more in keeping with a stay at a hoste… See more
One star for location, one star for breakfast and one for housekeeping, forget the rest it's a complete dog. This seems to be a hotel overrun with students banging on doors and making a noise long into the night more in keeping with a stay at a hostel. There is also building work going on for long hours. Prior to our arrival our room had been used by the builders for the toilet with many white dusty footprints still left on the dark blue carpet, the sink was cracked, the shower doors did not close, the heating was inadequate and the spare blanket in the wardrobe was torn with a cigarette burn and stank of cigarettes which made your hanging clothes smell. On the plus side this hotel acknowledges its rooms need upgrading and may be a better prospect once all renovations are complete but you would still be left with its student clientele and disinterested almost rude reception staff. I suspect the Hotel City Garden is actively marketed to schools and colleges so be warned. Collapse
AVOID HOTEL CITY GARDEN
Stay Date: 03/2017, michael j wrote this review.
This is me & my partners first stay in amsterdam flight from eastmidlands was brilliant a little turbulent made our own way to hotel via train then tram journey pleasant & reasonably priced fairs... that's about as good as it gets this hotel was rate… See more
This is me & my partners first stay in amsterdam flight from eastmidlands was brilliant a little turbulent made our own way to hotel via train then tram journey pleasant & reasonably priced fairs... that's about as good as it gets this hotel was rated 7.3 I'm afraid to say that very misleading this hotel is small dinghy cramped very poor & sub standard we booked a superior double room & it no more than a standard double... it's our first night here it 3:25am & all night we had people shouting talking banging & closing doors no understanding or respect for noise level & no word from hotel reception keep noise down... we haven't been here a day but I've already fell in love with amsterdam beautiful just wish we had chose a different hotel never ever again this 1.. highly recommend avoiding this place like the plague.... Collapse
Quite a decent stay in Amsterdam
Stay Date: 02/2017, Ilana K wrote this review.
I stayed a week in Amsterdam after booking an air/hotel package. I wasn't sure what to expect as reviews for the hotel span the spectrum. I found the hotel to be perfectly adequate for my needs. The hotel is conveniently placed for the museums, tho… See more
I stayed a week in Amsterdam after booking an air/hotel package. I wasn't sure what to expect as reviews for the hotel span the spectrum. I found the hotel to be perfectly adequate for my needs. The hotel is conveniently placed for the museums, though it was further from a good selection of restaurants and cafes than I'd realized initially. However, it is in a quiet location near the Vondelpark and very close to public transit (the tram stops about a block and a half from the hotel). I'd booked a single, but when I got to the hotel and checked in, I was given a twin (not really an upgrade as I obviously didn't use both single beds) on the ground floor. The room was fine for one person moving about, but I can see how others would find two adults in a twin room a bit tight. There is a very narrow wardrobe in the room, which isn't apparent in the hotel website photos, but no drawers. I ended up just living out of my suitcase and just hanging my coat in the wardrobe. The bathroom was fine, with a surprisingly large shower. The water temperature and pressure were amazing. The room was cleaned daily, with fresh towels provided, but I noticed that there were some stains on the ceiling. The walls are quite thin, so one does hear one's neighbors. The first night I was there I had to endure my neighbors' amorous marathon for a couple hours, which was unappreciated. The hosts at the front desk were perhaps not jolly or cheerful, but certainly pleasant and helpful enough. My luggage had been delayed about 36 hours, and in the meantime the hotel staff lent me an umbrella (it rained almost every day I was in Amsterdam) until mine arrived, and accepted the bag on my behalf when it was delivered (I was wandering around a museum). The hotel also has a locked room for luggage storage. Breakfast was plentiful. It's true only the scrambled eggs were hot, but there were cheeses, breakfast meats, tomato, cucumber, various cereals, yogurt, fruit, rolls, bread and pastries, hard boiled eggs, juices, milk (including chocolate milk), coffee and tea. Collapse
great cheap stay in quite central area
Stay Date: 11/2016, Travel TG B wrote this review.
stayed here with three party animal friends. we had heard lots about the amsterdam party scene and were crazy to try it out. firstly the hotel is easy enough to get to from the airport, you take the train then the bus and its a short walk from the n… See more
stayed here with three party animal friends. we had heard lots about the amsterdam party scene and were crazy to try it out. firstly the hotel is easy enough to get to from the airport, you take the train then the bus and its a short walk from the nearest stop. the hotel itself is centrally located if you like a bit of walking. we didnt mind walking and walked everywhere, not using public transport even once. its nearest main attraction is probably the amsterdam sign which is about a ten minute walk and other attractions such as the heinken experience, anne franks house, the red light district etc is over fifteen minutes or so away. the hotel itself is nice and clean, not exactly luxurious but you most certainly get what you pay for. there is coffee making facilities in the rooms and in reception which i thought was a lovely touch. as i said it was in a quite location so no party noise pollution but you can hear distant traffic which personally isnt a big deal. would 100% reccommend this hotel for a weekend break away. Collapse
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