Per Person Per Night
- 5 minute walk to Central Station
- Basic and comfortable accomodation
- Free Wi-Fi throughout building
Search for room availability
The Quentin Arrive hotel is a 1 star accommodation which is perfect for young people who want to explore and live the Amsterdam vibe. The hotel is located in the centre of the young city of Amsterdam, meaning you can enjoy all of the attractions and sights that this beautiful city has to offer. Explore the Queen’s Palace, have fun at the Madame Tussaud’s, wander round Dam Square or discover The Red light District.
All of the guest rooms at the Quentin Arrive hotel are naturally lit and provide a clean and comfortable place to stay. Each room offers private or shared bathroom facilities and has a sink and a TV for your convenience.
The hotel is set in a magnificent 19th century building situated in a no-less beautiful 650-year-old-street. The reception is open 24 hours a day. Be sure to ask the friendly staff for local restaurant recommendations.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 4
- Total Rooms Number: 50
- 24 hour front desk
- Multilingual Staff
- Internet Access
- Name: CENTRAL STATION
- Distance: 500 metres
- Name: AMSTERDAM SCHIPHOL
- Distance: 20 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 8:00
- Monday to Friday: 8:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Nearest Rail Name: Central Station Distance: 500 metres
- Nearest Airport Name: Amsterdam Schiphol Distance: 20 kilometres
To view our full selection of accommodation in Amsterdam Area, view our hotels in Amsterdam Area page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 680 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 04/2018, daz825 wrote this review.
the good- This hotel is in a great location just near central station and you can walk everywhere in the centre of town, there are coffee shops just outside. the bad- the room is tiny, a double room is 2 singles pushed together, shared toilet and sho… See more
the good- This hotel is in a great location just near central station and you can walk everywhere in the centre of town, there are coffee shops just outside. the bad- the room is tiny, a double room is 2 singles pushed together, shared toilet and shower, no wardrobe, no kettle or tea/ coffee, hands down the noisiest building I've ever stayed in, the windows are single pane so you hear everything from a busy street outside all night and you also hear every conversation inside the hotel and every time a door opens/ shuts, zero chance of a good night's sleep here. All these negative points wouldn't matter if the hotel was priced appropriately, we paid £340 for 2 nights over the weekend, it's worth maybe £50 per night. should be considered a hostel. Collapse
Good hotel and lovely staff.
Stay Date: 04/2018, R9988UGrichardf wrote this review.
The hotel was booked as part of my sons stag weekend and they were able to fit all ten of us in to three rooms, they were clean and although basic had everything we needed. The staff were very helpful and the coffee in the bar was one of the best all… See more
The hotel was booked as part of my sons stag weekend and they were able to fit all ten of us in to three rooms, they were clean and although basic had everything we needed. The staff were very helpful and the coffee in the bar was one of the best all weekend. Good breakfast as well. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2018, alisooonnnnnn wrote this review.
The hotel is only 8 minutes walk from Amsterdam Centraal so it has a great location but the facilities are very basic. You share one toilet cubicle with your whole floor of around 10 rooms. We were on the fourth floor which had no showers but there a… See more
The hotel is only 8 minutes walk from Amsterdam Centraal so it has a great location but the facilities are very basic. You share one toilet cubicle with your whole floor of around 10 rooms. We were on the fourth floor which had no showers but there are two showers on every other floor. We had two twin rooms between the four of us which differed a lot. My room did not have a ceiling fan but the other room did, as our holiday was during a heatwave we asked for a fan on our first day but we didn’t get it as the guy at reception said that we would get it the next day... The receptionist who greeted us on our first day was not very friendly and we felt that checking in was a nuisance to him, however the rest of the week the staff were lovely and welcoming. The breakfast was absolutely brilliant!!! Served by lovely staff in the cafe downstairs which was always a lovely start to the day. The rooms were small but we had a great 6 days and I would say that it is worth the money! Collapse
Possibly the worst hotel I've ever had the displeasure of staying at.
Stay Date: 04/2018, Allan S wrote this review.
In keeping with my completely honest reviews, here’s another one. Without doubt this is the worst hotel I have ever had the displeasure of staying at. Now I don’t expect much, I’m not a hotel snob, but I do expect the basics, a comfortable bed, som… See more
In keeping with my completely honest reviews, here’s another one. Without doubt this is the worst hotel I have ever had the displeasure of staying at. Now I don’t expect much, I’m not a hotel snob, but I do expect the basics, a comfortable bed, somewhere to hang my clothes, en suite bathroom, and reasonable décor. Which of this list did this one have?, none of them. But, lets start with the good shall we. The hotel is located in the center of where all the attractions are in Amsterdam and everything is within close walking distance. Its even within walking distance of the central train station. And, well, err, that’s it really. The price of our room was £154.00 for a 1 night’s stay and as we were having a mad weekend blast in Amsterdam and were prepared to pay that for a room. However as stated we expected at least a standard room such as you would get with one of the larger hotel chains as we usually pay in the region of £70.00 for a room. The guy on reception did apologise to us about the price of the room (this was before we had seen it) and stated that everything is very expensive in Amsterdam (and he was right). We were then given the key to our room and everything went downhill from there. The room was on the second floor overlooking the main street outside the hotel. The stairs were very steep, narrow and twisting. Anyone with mobility issues would have found them extremely difficult, and there is no lift. There was no mention of this in the advertising. The paint on the hand rail was chipped badly and in need of painting. Opening the door to our room caused our jaws to drop. I have never seen such a small room with so little in it. There was a double bed, a table and 1 hard chair, and a small sink. There was a small rail on which to place towels and a TV situated quite high on the wall at the foot of the bed. That was it. No wardrobe, cupboard or tea making facilities. We only had an overnight bag, good job we didn’t have a suitcase as there wouldn’t have been room for it. The window was ill fitting and wouldn’t close properly, was single glazed and in poor state of keeping with paint missing. It was only later that night as we tried to sleep we suffered for the ill fitting as it was extremely noisy outside with people partying in the street until 4.30 am, it was only then after it died down we were able to grab some shuteye. The toilet was a shared toilet as was the shower, both of which looked extremely uninviting. The shower room stank of damp and was in need of ventilation, of which there was none. The lighting to both rooms was controlled by PIR (passive infrared) switching which went off during your visit to either room and had to be reactivated by jumping around having been plunged into darkness, not funny at all and totally inappropriate. We agreed there would be little point in complaining as there was nowhere else available and we would most likely spend the night sleeping on the street. Thank God we had only booked 1 night. You would do well to avoid this hotel, and look for a park bench instead. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2018, Gillian S wrote this review.
This is possibly the worst hotel we’ve ever stayed in! And the most expensive (£154 for 1 night). For that amount of money you would have expected a palatial room! Sadly not .... ours was the size of a postage stamp. Be aware there is no ensuite faci… See more
This is possibly the worst hotel we’ve ever stayed in! And the most expensive (£154 for 1 night). For that amount of money you would have expected a palatial room! Sadly not .... ours was the size of a postage stamp. Be aware there is no ensuite facilities. You share both a toilet and filthy walk in shower room with the rest of the guests which is a walk down the corridor. The windows in our room were ill fitting and need maintenance. There was no storage facility other than a shelf to put your luggage on. Washing facilities consisted of a small hand basin (no plug). The only good side to this hotel is that it’s in the centre of Amsterdam and therefore it’s ideally situated to get around to see the sights and sounds of the place as well as bars and restaurants which are on your door step. Collapse
About Super Break
- Rest assured your break is safe with us
- No credit card or booking fees
- Your information is secure with GlobalSign
- Best UK Operator, Globe Awards 2017
Star Rating Description - Hotel
Superbreak star ratings are given as a guide to help you choose between our hotels and do not necessarily relate to those awarded by other organisations.
They symbolise the level of service and range of facilities that you can expect at the property; ranging from 1 star - hotels with the simplest range of facilities, to five stars - luxury hotels with a wider range of facilities.
Please note that different countries have different standards and star ratings may differ according to the country where the hotel is located.