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- Located on the famous Leidseplein
- Charming 17th century canal house
- Free Wi-Fi throughout building
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The Quentin Amsterdam hotel is handily located in the heart of Amsterdam, on the famous Leidseplein, where a whole host of cafes, clubs, bars, restaurants and shops await you. Stroll to the Museumplein and absorb the culture found in the area, browse the vibrant Flower Market or discover the Red Light District.
All of the modern and comfortable rooms at the Quentin Amsterdam hotel are designed with your comfort in mind. Each room comes equipped with a flat-screen TV, an office desk, a hair dryer, a private shower room and free Wi-Fi access.
Tuck into a tasty breakfast each morning and start your day right. The hotel also provides hotel-wide free Wi-Fi, a 24/7 reception, bicycle rental and a laundry service. Be sure to ask the friendly and accommodating staff for local restaurant recommendations.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 4
- Total Rooms Number: 50
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Multilingual Staff
- Internet Access
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Name: CENTRAL STATION
- Distance: 4 kilometres
- Name: AMSTERDAM SCHIPHOL
- Distance: 20 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
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Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 08:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Nearest Rail Name: Central Station Distance: 4 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Amsterdam Schiphol Distance: 20 kilometres
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 926 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 16/03/2014, a customer aged 45-64 from Alfreton who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Although the room was small in our hotel, the location was excellent. Always think its best to explore outside the main centre and found that a trip to Marken, with its quaint green houses and small harbour was a complete contrast to the hustle and … See more
Although the room was small in our hotel, the location was excellent. Always think its best to explore outside the main centre and found that a trip to Marken, with its quaint green houses and small harbour was a complete contrast to the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam and although it cost 13 euro for the 40 minute bus trip, the same ticket covered us for a full 24 hours on all buses and trams which was very good value for money. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Chinatown: 4 out of 5
- Red Light District: 4 out of 5
- marken: 5 out of 5
- argentina grill house: 2 out of 5
Not a hotel - more like a hostel!
Stay Date: 09/2017, Colin B wrote this review.
As a hostel, this place is actually pretty good, but the Quentin really should not call itself a hotel when there are so many good hotels within arm's reach. The location is great. It's handy for museums, boat trips, busy bars & restaurants (in the … See more
As a hostel, this place is actually pretty good, but the Quentin really should not call itself a hotel when there are so many good hotels within arm's reach. The location is great. It's handy for museums, boat trips, busy bars & restaurants (in the Leiseplein just around the corner) and even the Apple Store. Trams run across the top of the road, meaning that the whole inner city is readily accessible. That's what's good about it, but sadly the establishment is let down by the negatives. Firstly, be aware that the steps up to the entrance are very steep. It's a centuries-old building and that can't be helped but guests with large heavy bags will find it hard work regardless of their physique. Check-in can take an age if lots of people are waiting due to there being only one receptionist. Despite what others have written, our experience with staff was wholly favourable, though; they were polite, efficient and very helpful. However, the room to which we were assigned was not up to stsndard; Room 01 on the lower ground floor was accessed by the very steep (dangerously so) staircase covered in threadbare carpet. The room - directly beneath the reception-cum-breakfast area - could best be described as "quirky". But more realistically it's inadequately resourced and, er, a bit grubby. Carpet was dirty, surfaces weren't cleaned properly and the foot of one the beds displayed signs of dried-in vomit. Nice. The en-suite bathroom was a very tiny wet-room shower, toilet and sink in a space in which you couldn't swing a mouse, let alone a proverbial cat! To be fair, the bed was comfortable. However, it was impossible to watch TV because the wall-mounted screen is above and behind the bed! Whose clever idea was that? The room did contain a kettle and tea/coffee supplies - for which paper cups were supplied - but no utensils, such as a spoon with which stir a cup's contents. The worst thing of all was the constant noise - not from the traffic or smokers in the street above (whose feet we could see out of our windows and who necessited us closing the windows) - but from heavy feet and scraping of furniture on the floor above our heads. This occurred until late at night and from early in the morning. We stayed during the week of the IBC (International Broadcasting Convention) at the RAI Exhibition Centre. This is the city's busiest trading week of the year and hotel rooms are all booked up months before, so every hotel charges premium rates. We paid €630 for two nights' stay over IBC weekend, which might be considered reasonable in a decent hotel at this time. For this Quentin hotel (of which there are several in the city) it's fair to say that such a fee does not represent good value for money. They're charging far too much for a lower standard than many competitors. And that extortionate charge didn't even include a continental breakfast - for which they wanted an additional €10 per guest. No thanks.! Other reviewers who describe it as an excellent hotel have either never stayed at an "excellent" hotel or they have very low expectations. Would we return? Definitely not. Collapse
Amazing location, friendly and helpful staff, comfy bed
Stay Date: 09/2017, Eaowyn V wrote this review.
We came to the Quentin because our original accommodation cancelled when we were due to check it. I am glad this happened however, as we were well accommodated at the Quentin and it is fantastic value. The Quentin is in an amazing location, close to … See more
We came to the Quentin because our original accommodation cancelled when we were due to check it. I am glad this happened however, as we were well accommodated at the Quentin and it is fantastic value. The Quentin is in an amazing location, close to cafes, restaurants, bars, trams, shops, canals, museums...everything you might come to Amsterdam for is close by or a short tram ride away. The staff were really helpful as there was some delay with our booking, having booked it last minute, but we were able to store our bags from 11am. The breakfast is basic and ok for value and contents- croissants, bread, cheese, yogurt etc. The rooms are very small and it was loud, particularly on the weekend, but both of these are to be expected if you're in an old building, so close to nightlife and the action of Amsterdam. I'd definitely consider the Quentin next time i go to Amsterdam. Collapse
Great location, average everything else
Stay Date: 07/2017, Manuel V wrote this review.
Amazing location and close to public transportation. Good service, beds, and amenities . Decent rooms, cleanliness, and price. Bad wifi. The stairs and small spaces are like that all over Netherlands, that's a given.
Amazing location and close to public transportation. Good service, beds, and amenities . Decent rooms, cleanliness, and price. Bad wifi. The stairs and small spaces are like that all over Netherlands, that's a given. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, Gareth T wrote this review.
Good location for everything ,note.. easy to get tram or taxi on arrival from train station. Taxi about 15 euro from train station and they can arrange pre paid taxi from hotel to airport for 40 euro on return. Hotel located next to canal, convenie… See more
Good location for everything ,note.. easy to get tram or taxi on arrival from train station. Taxi about 15 euro from train station and they can arrange pre paid taxi from hotel to airport for 40 euro on return. Hotel located next to canal, convenient for boat tours. As everywhere in Amsterdam stairs are steep in hotel. Room is comfortable , clean . No safe in room. I got a canal view room which is lovely but could not close the window at night so could hear noise from outside. This did not stop me sleeping and if I had asked reception I'm sure they would of shown me how to close.I Recommend this hotel. Collapse
First rate location
Stay Date: 12/2016, Kim082015 wrote this review.
Got a great deal on this boutique hotel overlooking a canal. Yes, it is a little tired and the front steps steep, but if you can get by that it is a charming old Amsterdam building whose location could not be better! A bus took us from the airport to… See more
Got a great deal on this boutique hotel overlooking a canal. Yes, it is a little tired and the front steps steep, but if you can get by that it is a charming old Amsterdam building whose location could not be better! A bus took us from the airport to a short walk to the hotel; around the corner from the popular and lively Leidseplein area, but nort so close as to be bothered by noise; a short walk to the Van Gogh Museum, the Museum, Heineken Experience and Central shopping and Train Station; Anne Frank house was a little further, but still walkable. The tram stops almost outside the door and that provides endless opportunities for exploring this lovely city...so why fuss over a tired decor when ther is so much to recommend staying here...who stays inside in Amsterdam? Collapse
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