Die Port Van Cleve Hotel Non Refundable
(Amsterdam) 4 4 Star:
Per Person Per Night
- Set in the heart of Amsterdam, Adjacent to dam Square
- Walking distance from Anne Frank house & the famous flower markets
- Dine at the Maximiliaan restaurant
- Bar in hotel
Set in a perfect location, in the heart of Amsterdam and adjacent to Dam Square, Die Port Van Cleve Hotel is a great choice for your getaway in the Dutch capital. The hotel is within walking distance of the famous flower markets and the Anne Frank House, and is close to excellent tram links for the Van Gogh Museum and other superb city attractions, making it easy to navigate your way round the city during your break.
Featuring 122 spacious and welcoming guest rooms, Die Port Van Cleve Hotel is styled to be both light and inviting with a traditional Dutch influence. Each room feature free Wi-Fi access, an en-suite bathroom, a satellite TV, air-conditioning, 24-hour room service and tea and coffee making facilities for you convenience.
Enjoy meals throughout the day at the Maximiliaan restaurant before settling in the hotel bar with a refreshing drink – a perfect way to end a busy day of sightseeing in the city.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 122
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Name: CENTRAL STATION
- Distance: 500 metres
- Name: AMSTERDAM-SCHIPHOL
- Distance: 18 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Central Station Distance: 500 metres
- Nearest Airport Name: Amsterdam-Schiphol Distance: 18 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1984 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Lovely historic hotel Right on top of it all
Stay Date: 03/2018, Ktem76 wrote this review.
We stayed here for 3 lovely nights, the hotel is under renovation in the reception area. Not a problem, can’t wait to revisit to see the results. So if you want a quiet hotel away from the the centre I’m not sure it’s for you ,(the back of the hotel … See more
We stayed here for 3 lovely nights, the hotel is under renovation in the reception area. Not a problem, can’t wait to revisit to see the results. So if you want a quiet hotel away from the the centre I’m not sure it’s for you ,(the back of the hotel is probably quieter though). We were in room 220 at the front with a stunning view of De Nieuwe Kirk right opposite, the room wasn’t quiet but to be honest we didn’t spend hours in there, too busy taking in the wonder of Amsterdam. It did get quieter late eve 11.30 ish, the room was small but perfectly formed, plenty of storage, comfortable bed, great shower. Cleaned daily, Tea and coffee etc (could maybe do with a tray so you could use the dressing table to make it) staff were helpful and as attentive as we wanted them to be. We had a great stay and I would highly recommend if you want to be on top of all, also the restaurant downstairs is a must. Collapse
Made our Amsterdam experience even better
Stay Date: 03/2018, Chloe S wrote this review.
After reading some of the reviews on here all I can think is that people are trying to find fault with this place. On arrival the check in had been moved into the bar area, due to construction work being done, if you didn't know the check in shouldn'… See more
After reading some of the reviews on here all I can think is that people are trying to find fault with this place. On arrival the check in had been moved into the bar area, due to construction work being done, if you didn't know the check in shouldn't be there you wouldn't guess. The whole place is decorated beautifully the bar is exceptional, can't comment on the breakfast/dining area though as we didn't go in (too much to see too much to do in such a short time). The room was smaller than your average room but more than enough space for 2 people. The bed was unbelievably comfy and clean. Room was decorated beautifully also. The bathroom was modern, partner explains the shower to be the right mix between blowing your face off powerful and slow. Everything was clean and tidy. We had a great sleep both nights, barely any noise considering we were in a room that was met by two corridors. The staff couldn't be more friendly and helpful. The room was very easy on the eye and very warm to say we were there in freezing temperatures. Location was incredible, right by a tram stop so you can get to further out places, a 5- 10 minute walk(depending on how fast you walk) to centre/red ight district. We can't wait to return, wouldn't choose to stay anywhere else. Collapse
Sewer smell, smoking, nothing worked, outdated
Stay Date: 02/2018, cbfsjtevko wrote this review.
This hotel was rated as 4 stars through the book service, but I would describe it as 2 stars. My first night, I was placed in a room at the front of the hotel, under a staircase. The room was tiny and awkwardly laid out (it had a small stair case in… See more
This hotel was rated as 4 stars through the book service, but I would describe it as 2 stars. My first night, I was placed in a room at the front of the hotel, under a staircase. The room was tiny and awkwardly laid out (it had a small stair case inside of the room and short slanted ceilings). The lighting was horrible, even with every light on, it was still dark. Also there was an awkward window right beside the head of the bed, that didn’t have properly fitted black out curtains so at night, lights from the street came in and kept me up. The bathroom toilet was clogged when I arrived and had a terrible plumbing sewer smell, even after it was fixed. Also the tv didn’t work. I was so fed up, that I asked to cancel my remaining nights at this hotel, but I was unable to do so. I guess I booked a non-refundable rate. However they did allow me move rooms. I moved to a room at the back of the hotel. It was still probably the smallest hotel room I have ever stayed in, but it did have a better layout and lighting. However, when I woke up the following morning, none of the electricity worked and my room smelled like cigarette smoke. This is suppose to be a non-smoking hotel. The toilet also did not flush well so I found myself avoiding using the bathroom in my own room. Overall, the hotel is in desperate need of a make over. They seem to be in the process of renovating their lobby and bathrooms but that really isn’t enough. I understand that they can’t make the rooms bigger, but some lighter colored furniture, better lamps, new carpeting, and upgraded electrics would go along way. Also they have one elevator for 8 levels so it is incredibly slow. I would normally take the steps, but they are extremely steep and short (only half of my foot fit on the step). It would be impossible to take the steps if you have any sort of luggage. I would not recommend this hotel. It was one of the worst I have stayed at. Yes, the location is great, but you can stay further out, at a nicer hotel, that’s cheaper, and just take the tram to this area. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, Tony W wrote this review.
Nice hotel in a great central location with a tram stop outside. Walking distance from Central Train Station. Some work will be going on to upgrade the reception area. Our room had be upgraded to a high standard, with a Queen size bed and a walk-in s… See more
Nice hotel in a great central location with a tram stop outside. Walking distance from Central Train Station. Some work will be going on to upgrade the reception area. Our room had be upgraded to a high standard, with a Queen size bed and a walk-in shower but no bath. This suited us as we only shower. the only problem with the room was the poor lighting not helped bya dark wood wardrobe and dark blue carpet.Take a torch if you want to use the safe. To finish on a good note the staff were excellent as was the food. Collapse
Dated but pleasant city centre hotel - Historical Bar
Stay Date: 02/2018, Hermes_NL wrote this review.
Die Port van Cleve is a historical hotel located very close to the Dam Square in the city centre, right next to the Magna Plaza shopping centre (the converted former post office). The most historical part is the monumental Bar De Blauwe Parade with l… See more
Die Port van Cleve is a historical hotel located very close to the Dam Square in the city centre, right next to the Magna Plaza shopping centre (the converted former post office). The most historical part is the monumental Bar De Blauwe Parade with large Delft Blue tile displays dating back to 1868. This bar now also serves at front desk since the lobby of the hotel is being renovated. This does not constitute a problem. I was given a very large "executive" room on the front third floor, the interior somewhat dated except the bathroom which clearly had been renovate recently. The room was comfortable dspite squeaking floor panels and some street noise from the passing trams. It contained a king size bed and a sofa bed. Coffee regretted was instant, the room would benefit from having a better quality coffee machine like a Nespresso. Staff was quite friendly and there were many small pleasant attentions, such as a complimentary quick breakfast of croissant with coffee (much appreciated) and also complimentary rain ponchos available. Dinner and breakfast was in rather modernly renovated restaurant Hulscher's which is also part of the hotel and named after the founders. Here they serve the famous numbered steak, since the 1870's as well - some 5.8 Million have now been served which roughly amounts to 100 per day over a 150 year period ... quite a lot if you ask me but not impossible. Overall a pleasant stay. Collapse
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