Blue Tower Hotel is like an island of hospitality, located in the city boundaries. It will take you less than 30 minutes to get to the very heart of Amsterdam and Schiphol Airport.
The proximity to the city centre allows hotel to be an ideal accommodation for business and individual tourists.
Blue Tower Hotel was built on picturesque international market place of Amsterdam with the modern shopping mall, so there is a wonderful chance to discover surroundings.
Blue Tower Hotel possesses its private parking garage. Guests of the hotel can use Wi-Fi Internet free of charge.
Modern 186 rooms were created with care about guests and have up-to-date equipment -flatscreen TV, safety box, phone, air-conditioning, spacious bathroom with shower/bath, hairdryer, coffee and tea and Wi-Fi.
The plus of the Hotel Blue Tower is that it is absolutely non-smoking, so it offers healthy environment.
Smiling staff of the hotel takes in consideration every guest Inquiry and tries to bring a joy to every day of staying, so your perfect accommodation is in reliable hands!
Stayed in Best Western Blue Tower hotel for about 3 nights while my business trip I must say that the room was excellent-cute and tidy. The hotel parking was convenient that spared me the time in the
mornings, when i was hurry up for the business meetings. The service was good and appropriate for business travellers.
I would be happy to stay at Best Western hotel again. This hotel is not very close to the center of Amsterdam but it doesn’t make any sense if there are tram and bus stops near the hotel. It’s very qu
iet near the hotel and you can really relax and feel comfortable. I was impressed by a great number of shops and grocers not far from the hotel so you can snack at any time. My friends and I liked the hotel very much and would book it again.
The hotel was rather pretty but the main minus was that it’s located far from the city center and there is no tram or bus stops near the hotel. So if you would like to be in the heart of Amsterdam it
would be better for u to book another hotel. The staff was very pleased and helpful and the room was beautiful and comfortable. Very good hotel for business travelers.
Well, before choosing this Blue Tower Hotel we've read some not really pleasant reviews, but had to book it however, cause we needed the one in the suburbs and didn't manage to find an alter
native. To tell the truth, it was quite nice. A real three-star hotel. The interior was cool and the staff pretty welcoming. We didn't spend much time in the rooms, but appreciated they having telephones with direct outside line, so we could dial any place in case we needed more thorough information about it. The same regards safety boxes in the rooms themselves. Cool idea!\nIt's maybe one minus: you have to wait for the vehicle for some time to get to the center, but in a warm weather it's not too bad.\nSo, if you are not a captious person – you'll like staying there.
The room was clean and nice. I liked it. The atmosphere in the hotel itself also good, although the staff behavior sometimes desires a better one.\nWe liked the meal also: all the meat dishes (cannot
remember the names) and side dishes. \nThe hotel provides bikes, and it's a great thing to explore the nearest districts.\n
It's a chain hotel, that's why we think the service was rather a high! Mostly we liked the restaurant. It combines Chinese and French kitchen, together with Eastern design. The atmosphere is
rather calm.\nWindow view is great, the whole surrounding is calm and quiet. It's not the center, but the tram stop is nearby.\nOur room was spacious, although the bathroom desired to be a while larger.
I have stayed at the Best Western Blue Tower Hotel during my business trip to Amsterdam several months ago. First of all I would like to mention, that it took me only 30 minutes to reach the lodging f
rom the airport and that was very comfortable. The accommodation was perfect, just exactly what I had expected. Located close to the airport and to the city center. Secondly, the reception staff were very attentive and helpful, that was nice.\nTalking about the room...I have appreciated it, too. Spacious and clean. Also there was Wi-Fi Internet free of charge in the Western Blue Hotel.
We have stayed for a week at this hotel in Amsterdam, waht can I say? It is a typical city hotel.\nQuite far from the center (Dam Square) but if you go straight to the right and crossed the street you
can take tram lines that bring you there, that ESI, with a price that seemed exorbitant. If you like walking you can walk back from the center. There is a market with several places to buy some to eat in the area.\nThe rooms are not very big, but very clean, the bed are carpeted and nice to be slept on, so sleeping was well, and the area is very quiet and no noise around. The bathroom is small, but fine.\nBreakfast is fine for a city hotel. It had a variety of cereals, breads, meats and some fruit.\nFinally, the staff is very friendly and will explain everything you need to know about the city and how to get around. \nAt the reception there is a machine with water, refrecos packages potatoes and some goodies, very handy when you arrive after being kicked all day and you find that everything is nearby (including a KFC) is close by and stay without dinner ...\nOkay, but if we return to Amsterdam we would stay somewhere more nearby to a central, or at least closer and more moving around. Though I recommend because the hotel itself is fine.
We were pleasantly surprised, when we got a room on the nineth floor with panoramic views of all Amsterdam. The bathroom also had huge windows overlooking. Sort of privilege. Comfort and cleanliness e
verywhere, people are very helpful, very attentive and everything works, the place is thoroughly enjoyable.\n\nEverybody knows that to stay in Amsterdam rather expensive. Curious fact, but The Blue Tower seems to be more economic in comparence with a hostel in the center. I paid 334.84 Euros 3 nights. \n\nThere's a good combinations of transport: Bus and Tram are able to get the back of the hotel and be in the center, about 15 minutes' Bos en Lommer (is the name of the stop). We rented bikes in the center and went back. It took us 25 min. By the way you can leave bikes outside.