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- 3 minute walk to the famous Leidseplein
- Small and friendly hotel
- Free Wi-Fi throughout building
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Quentin England hotel lies within easy walking distance of the Vondelpark, the Leidseplein, the Museumplein and the P.C. Hooftstraat. In less then 3 minutes' walk, you will find yourself on the famous Leidseplein, with its casinos, shops, restaurants, bars and nightly entertainment. Less than 5 minutes' walk will bring you to the beautiful Museumplein. This is where you find the Rijksmuseum, with the most important collection of Dutch Masters, including sculptures, prints and antique furniture, and the Van Gogh museum which shows over 200 of the artist's prime works as well as contemporary artists. Quentin England Hotel Amsterdam is a comfortable hotel, offering 50 rooms each equipped with a TV, telephone, shower and toilet and a desk. The hotel’s perfect location enables you to enjoy the vibrant city of Amsterdam, but at the same time ensures you some peace and quiet in the lobby or in the privacy of your room.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 4
- Total Rooms Number: 50
- 24 hour front desk
- 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
Bar and Restaurant
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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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 541 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Don't expect the four seasons, is fine for a cheap price.
Stay Date: 11/2016, Adrian B wrote this review.
The staff of the hotel was nice and friendly, our room had no windows, but for the price we paid, was good enough, queen bed, soft and clean, weird and clean bathroom, there was no A/C just a fan on the ceiling, I can't imagine being there in summer,… See more
The staff of the hotel was nice and friendly, our room had no windows, but for the price we paid, was good enough, queen bed, soft and clean, weird and clean bathroom, there was no A/C just a fan on the ceiling, I can't imagine being there in summer, since our visit was in November, all cool with the room temp. I imagine that bad reviews are from people to pay a lot, and in that case is right to be upset, I will never pay more than $70 per night to stay there. Location is excellent, everything is at walking distance. Would be back for sure on a budget trip instead of staying at a hostel. Collapse
The worst hotel I have ever seen, been inside of. I am ashamed to say that I stayed here..
Stay Date: 10/2016, Iron T wrote this review.
Our room was a basement sauna that provided no air.. The window was akin to a prison cell window and the fan was useless.. It was winter, how come it was so hot.. Fair enough budget hotel but that's no reason to be completely worthless.. I have been… See more
Our room was a basement sauna that provided no air.. The window was akin to a prison cell window and the fan was useless.. It was winter, how come it was so hot.. Fair enough budget hotel but that's no reason to be completely worthless.. I have been to beautiful budget hotels with great service and great rooms.. there's no excuse.. The staff here are care free, lazy, rude and idiotic.. I have nothing else to say.. Just a bad experience.. Please sleep on a park bench.. It would be more hospitable.. At least you will be able to breath.. Collapse
Location is good but don't wait anyting else.
Stay Date: 10/2016, Ozan Y wrote this review.
We are lucky for our room has a small window but some room has no rooms be careful about that. Our room on the roof and they have no elevator and stairs are very very small at penthouse. If you have many luggage and are staying on the roof, it will b… See more
We are lucky for our room has a small window but some room has no rooms be careful about that. Our room on the roof and they have no elevator and stairs are very very small at penthouse. If you have many luggage and are staying on the roof, it will be very difficult for you. Collapse
Over-priced Harry Potter cupboard under the stairs - avoid!!!
Stay Date: 10/2016, Globetrotter026 wrote this review.
As I'm working in the Netherlands for a couple of days this coming week I thought that I'd treat myself to 24 hours in Amsterdam before travelling to Utrecht. This was initially planned as travelling and having a weekend with a friend who couldn't ma… See more
As I'm working in the Netherlands for a couple of days this coming week I thought that I'd treat myself to 24 hours in Amsterdam before travelling to Utrecht. This was initially planned as travelling and having a weekend with a friend who couldn't make it in the end, so I'd left it relatively late (about 4 weeks ago) to book a room. I looked around at the relatively diminishing options and ended up paying E140 for a single room in a good location - rather more than I wanted to or had paid on my most recent couple of trips to A'Dam over the last 3/4 years but hey prices go up and it looked good if small from the pictures. Great outside, reception small but clean, even wished happy birthday by the receptionist. Rather taken aback to find no lift - but it is a historic building so tottered up the numerous stairs to my 2nd floor room (recovering from knee operation so not ideal but only had a small bag as three nights in Netherlands) to open the door to a room so hot I nearly passed out and shockingly had NO WINDOW!!! more than that was minute - I had a 2'6 wide bed with about the same amount of floor space beside the bed, I could virtually if a bit bigger with longer arms have touched the door. The entire room is about 6ft x 8ft square with no ventilation other than a 3 inch gap under the door where the light comes in from hallway and the noise of people banging doors and in and out is loud as at top of stairs... There is a small shower room but that is ok as clean but very basic, dirty around the doors, water stain on ceiling and NO PLUG - this meant that I was stuck in a miniature room and couldn't even charge my phone or laptop so out of touch with people. I never realised I suffered from claustrophobia and hever have before until in that place. I went down almost instantly and complained and told them couldn't stay there but no other rooms apparently and no refund and it says (I'd missed this!) some room may not have windows. There is a fan i'd not seen in my shock initially but rediscovered on my depressed return to the room but this is noisy and/or cold so barely slept a wink but if turned it off I was virtually choking with the heat within about 15 mins. I tottered down next morning deeply depressed after a dreadful night (the bed is quite comfortable as long as you don't try to turn around to be fair and the mirror over the table is very pretty) to find that I hadn't even paid for breakfast in my overpriced booking and you have to pay and get a cup and glass from reception - presumably they think people will rip them off. There is no lobby area to speak of so not able to sit and work either - which I was supposed to do lat night - so left early shook the dust of A'Dam off my feet and now happily ensconsed in a lovely room in Utrecht (which incidentally - although paid for my work not me in this case) is much cheaper than the hovel I've just left. I should also say that I doubt if this is legal to rent a room in such conditions - it would be strictly illegal in the UK and I made that point and was told that it was the Netherlands, nobody had EVER complained(!!!) that the price was dearer often when fuller city etc.. I doubt prisoners in the Netherlands can legally be kept in such conditions and they couldn't in the UK I know from my work.... I should also say I travel extensively for work in some quite difficult places including former soviet countries and less developed world and I was shocked - have stayed in better places in hostels and Communist bloc countries in the 1980s so this is probably the first time ever I've been driven to kick up like this but it is scandalous. Name and shame and DO NOT stay there however nice the images look.. Collapse
Honestly.... the pits!
Stay Date: 10/2016, David W wrote this review.
Given the price paid and considering it's location closer to Leidseplein I did think this would have been a better hotel, how wrong was I. Move out of the reception and everywhere is shabby. Grubby handrails, threadbare carpet throughout and a poorly… See more
Given the price paid and considering it's location closer to Leidseplein I did think this would have been a better hotel, how wrong was I. Move out of the reception and everywhere is shabby. Grubby handrails, threadbare carpet throughout and a poorly maintained establishment is evident. Don't be fooled by the pictures. Ours was.meant to be a Standard Double Room. By whose standards I'm not quite sure. The smallest of rooms I have never encountered before and en-suite not short of a closet with an ill fitting sliding door. Barely enough space to walk round the bed. Propped up behind the only bedside table a suitcase stand which would have been a joke to even try and use taking in to account there was nowhere to put it. No kettle for a tea or coffee in the morning, usually a common courtesy at any hotel. If you want a hot drink you have to pay for it from a machine behind the reception desk. Thank goodness it was only a two day stay. Visited Amsterdam earlier in the year staying at a hotel costing a lot less with services which far surpass anything provided by this hotel. Avoid at all costs if you have any sense. Collapse
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