Golden Tulip Amsterdam Art

Spaarndammerdijk 304, Amsterdam, NL. Amsterdam,

price from $97/night

About the Hotel

Golden Tulip Amsterdam Art is a 4-star hotel opened in January 2004. The hotel is situated in the heart of Amsterdam, not far from business center and only in 20 minutes from Schiphol Airport. This fascinating hotel offers 60 modern luxurious rooms including 2 business suites, 1 room for newly wedded, and 17 junior-suites. All rooms are equipped with such kind of devices as free Internet access, air-conditioner, TV set, mini-bar, bath and other amenities. Modern art can be found in every room of this hotel and in all its halls. You are also welcome to our art-caf?, pub in American style and restaurant Gallery with the atmosphere of comfort and elegance. In summer time you can enjoy open terrace with a view on swimming pool. The hotel also offers private parking for EUR 22.50 per day.

  • I stayed at this hotel for 5 days while attending a conference. To say the truth I worried a little bit about the location of the hotel, but when I lived there for 5 days I enjoyed 20 minutes of walking to the center every day and observing the beauties of the city. Room was clean and comfortable and full of modern amenities. Staff was very friendly and always pleasant. I also liked the breakfast – it was delicious. A very nice hotel, I would recommend it to all my friends and relatives.
  • I’ve read a lot of reviews about this hotel and didn’t expect a lot from it, but I was wrong. My flight arrived in Amsterdam at 7 am and I was not sure that the hotel would receive me till 2 am, but I tried and at 10 am I was at the hotel. They didn’t ask me to pay for 200 euros deposit on arrival. Rooms are luxurious, well-designed and decorated in a modern style. The food was very tasty and not too expensive! I with my boyfriend stayed at the Park Plaza Hotel for 5 nights last week. As my boyfriend has said, the location is fantastic. You’ll see it when you come from the train station. You’ll need only 5 minutes of walking to get to the Red Light District and 10 minutes to get to the Dam Square. The room was very light and clean by European standarts, bathroom was also large and modern. We didn’t eat at the hotel and went to the nearest restaurants. We liked the hotel very much and would like to stay here again.

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Hotel reviews

    I stayed at this hotel for 5 days while attending a conference. To say the truth I worried a little bit about the location of the hotel, but when I lived there for 5 days I enjoyed 20 minutes of walki

    ng to the center every day and observing the beauties of the city. Room was clean and comfortable and full of modern amenities. Staff was very friendly and always pleasant. I also liked the breakfast – it was delicious. A very nice hotel, I would recommend it to all my friends and relatives.

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    I’ve read a lot of reviews about this hotel and didn’t expect a lot from it, but I was wrong. My flight arrived in Amsterdam at 7 am and I was not sure that the hotel would receive me till 2 am,

    but I tried and at 10 am I was at the hotel. They didn’t ask me to pay for 200 euros deposit on arrival. Rooms are luxurious, well-designed and decorated in a modern style. The food was very tasty and not too expensive!

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    In my opinion the hotel was very clean and modern. Would like to draw my attention on the interior of the hotel – very cozy and you feel at home! It has a marvelous bar – a great deal of cocktails and

    various drinks, the breakfast gallery is good too (but you can’t just have a cup of coffee and walk away) – all or nothing. The center is not very close to the hotel but you can get public transport that also runs to midnight.

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    The location is good! Parking is not much expensive too. Near is the bus station and it took us only 5 minutes to reach the Central station.\nThe room was spacious, and we liked its style - so neat an

    d innovative.\nWi-Fi is only not free.\nAlso we appreciated a unique art-collection of a Dutch artist Herman Wade.\nAnd all around is so green!

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    This West Cord Art hotel is such a modern one. The whole interior, rooms and halls. We really liked the style. An it was always in order. \nThe place is so close to the river and parks outside. The in

    ner side it was always fresh too due to that air-conditioning works well. \nThe meal is good, although a bit expensive.\nRemember only that it's not the city center, so you need to waste time a whole to reach the sights.\n

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    Nice and very valuable hotel. Rooms are clean and always fresh. Not large ones, but spacious enough. It's very quite inside though there's a pretty noisy road outside. It might be too hot in

    side, but I assume it as just an isolated case. In fact it's a mixture between three and four stars. I hardly can define exactly. \nThe staff was very lovely and always ready to help. The pool was strange a bit, so we didn't take a risk to use. THe rest was just excellent even a bit expensive breakfast (something like 18 euros).\nThe bus stop is just in front of the hotel enrance, and the trip won't take you much time to get to Amsterdam centre. The buses are regular even during the night time. So I truly recomend this hotel.

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    The Golden Tulip Amsterdam Art is a hotel that is well within walking distance of Central Station. The hotel is clean, with a good food and friendly service. The area is really quiet, the city center

    is easily accessible by foot (slowly twenty minutes walking), and transport (5-7 minutes). It's the best choice for those who love avant-garde , as it is not a typical hotel for Amsterdam.\n\n\nOur room was large with a big painting behind the bed? and a bed itself was huge and comfy. It was always clean, and (what is very important for me) there's a separated bathroom. \n\nThere's a very fine pool at the hotel. The hotel is separated in 2 levels. At least I noticed it like that. So, the higher level is for non-smokers and the lower one is for smoking. The difference was noticeable. \n\nThe noise level seemed to be low, although the doors near ours were closed with a bang a few times, but it was nothing that woke us up and it's something that happens in many hotels.\n\nAmsterdam itself is quite nice place, especially if you walk along the canals. The Van Gogh museum is really good, but I'm a fan of his work, others may by yes though.\n\nThe one thing I dislike is that the most of 4 stars stated rooms are located at the 3 stars building.

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    Good value for money within a 5 minute walk from the tourist areas. I definitely will come back when it's gonna be my next time in Amsterdam. Very good location, just steps from the Red lights zo

    ne, Chinatown and a few blocks from the park. Since our goal was to learn as more as possible about Amsterdam and stay outside for almost all the time of our visit we hardly spent time in the hotel. The city is interesting indeed and not worth getting locked. Small rooms, big tv, hotel staff very friendly. \n\nWhat else made our choice in favour of Falcon Plaza? On-site parking availability, day manager was speaking very decent French, all staff is quite fine-mannered. Once again the hotel is very well located and comfortable, a little noise in the hallways partition becouse actually it's not very soundproofed. What we liked most is very interesting prices. The parking and securite were included.\n\nFew words about down sides. Franckly they were. We were staying in the hotel for 5 nights, and actually had to ask to clean our room at the reception desk. Otherwise it could forget about it. The the cleaning was really well. There also was strangly cold in the bathroom and we couldn't cope with a hot water pressure. It was kinda bizzar though.

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