Room with private entrance
- 2 Twin beds
- max. 2 persons
- ± 20 m²
This popular studio with a view over the famous Amstel river is perfect when you are planning to stay longer in the centre of Amsterdam. Next to having the perks of privacy and space you’ll have a private entrance, kitchenette and all the facilities you might need for your stay. The studio is only accessible by stairs.
Your stay at Eden Studios and Apartments starts off right. When arriving to the hotel a dedicated host will welcome you with a drink; making sure you’ll feel instantly at home. Your host will ensure you will be familiar with all relevant information regarding your stay and will guide you and your luggage to the apartment. You’re free to use all hotel facilities and housekeeping will clean your apartment daily – unless you wish otherwise.
Once settled in your time in Amsterdam can begin. The city center is literally at your doorstep, just like public transport, allowing you to travel in no time to every corner of the city. Shopping streets, parks, supermarkets, bars, restaurants and medical and governmental assistance are all close by. The hotel service team is 24/7 there for you to answer any questions and to offer you insider tips.
Cancellation conditions and prepayments depend on the booking.
Children of all ages are welcome. There is no supplementary charge for children up to 4 years old if the beds already present are used. For children up to 2 years old, there is no supplementary charge for the use of a baby cot. Maximum 1 baby cot per room.
For a booking of more than 9 rooms, special conditions and extra supplementary charges may apply.
We had great time in Eden Hotel Amsterdam. The location was perfect. Located the heart of Amsterdam. The staff was amazing. Special thanks to Front office and concierge team. They were extreamly friendly and helpful.
. We all liked our rooms, they are well designed, super clean, a great bathroom, and the beds are some of the most comfortable of any hotel . Our room's a/c worked fine. I booked it several months in advance due to "Tulip Season", and booked directly thruogh the hotel for a 15% discount. However, I don't believe the room was cancellable. I'd also like to say, the staff at the Eden helped me so much, when I left my passport in the safe, along with a sum of Euros. Everything was arranged so it could be brought to me by cab, (to the boat dock), and all was returned to me. That shows high integrity from whomever retrieved it . I'd definitely stay here again, and hope to. The hotel has a great location, especially being very close to Rembrandt Square, where you can pick a restaurant, or catch a tram . You can easily walk to the Flower Market for souveniers or fresh flowers. (just don't try to bring bulbs or seeds out of the country). And it's a quick tram ride to Dam Square, and the Presidential Palace, and interesting shops. One note: breakfast is 25 Euros, but does have everything one would want. Evenings, the same place is nice to have a drink . One tip for a good, inexpensive meal : walk out the back entrance, turn right, and there is a "bistro" type / casual Italian restaurant that makes excellent pizzas.
The only thing this hotel has going for it is its location. The rooms are extremely small and hot and the bathroom towels are threadbare. We were in the A building, facing an alley. I assume we were given this room because I booked through booking.com and not directly with the hotel. The breakfast, ay 25 euros pp, was decent and included American and European options on its buffet. But it's expensive. As stated, the location is excellend-right on the Amstel Canal, close to all the major attractions, a major metro stop and lots of tourist restaurants. I wouldn't stay here again, at over $350 a night, you can find better options.
We were over charged from the start , although I raised the expectation with the staff on arrival . We have evidence we were over charged by over £300 . This meant we had to budget accordingly for the rest of our stay . So , we were charged over £1000 for a pokey dark noisy room ! The air con rattled all night ! If we had known we were going to spend over £1000 we would have stayed in a better hotel. On my return I have contacted the hotel and they have returned me £250 , small compensation . We had an apology for the overcharge but no apology for the impact to our break , we were impacted as our budget was blown on arrival. No apology for that or the fact we had 3 nights sleep disturbed by a rattling air con This was my second visit and my last . I have been going to Amsterdam for over 10 years every year and this was by far my worst experience .
Good hotel with comfortable rooms, friendly and helpful staff and reasonable pricing. Location is very convenient for points of interest (e.g. Rijksmuseum / Van Gogh museums) also area has a good choice of restaurants and other hospitality venues. Easy to get to the hotel from around the city and the main railway station.