King Hotel Amsterdam
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Good value for money Oct 08, 2012
I stayed at this hotel only for one night. I looked for a low budget hotel which I've found with the King Hotel.
The first impression was great because I had to ring a bell to get in. The front door is always locked.
The hotel is located 2 minutes by foot from Leidsplein which is easy to reach via public transport (bus or tram). Because it's located in the city center all touristic destinations are reachable by foot which is a great plus because the parking fee in Amsterdam is extraorbitant.
The hotel is situated in a house built in 17th century and it's said that Mata Hari (1876 - 1917 dutch exotic dancer, courtesan and spy) stayed here.
Checking in was done fast and the staff was very kind and helpful. I could check-in before 3 p.m. (officially check-in time) because my room was already finish.
I booked a single room which was tiny and dark and a "view" doesn't really exist. The window was blocked by a scaffolding. Usually I would have seen a tiny inner courtyard ;) I didn't mind though because I didn't spend my day in there anyway.
There was an electric kettle to prepare tea or coffee which I was happy about. I really needed a cup of coffee after 4 hours in a train.
The bathroom was tiny also but clean. I missed a shower curtain though. After having a shower the whole room was flooded.
I've booked the room with breakfast included. The breakfast was basic and it came in buffet style. There was bread, cereals, eggs, yoghurt, jam, cheese and cold cut as much as you wanted. Coffee, tea or milk as well.
All in all it was a good deal. I've payed € 55 for a room breakfast and Wifi included. More information on: http://www.hotel-king.nl/
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Ideally located budget hotel Nov 24, 2010
This perfectly situated just next to the Leidseplein in Amsterdam. The Liedseplein is teaming with bars and restaurants and during the time that we were there there was also a temporary ice skating rink. So the hotel is just right for stumbling home after a night on the town. Getting to all of the tourist attractions is easy, its right on 3 tram lines and within 2 km of all of the major sights.
Inside, well its small, clean and comfortable and for the price we paid, surprisingly good! Just watch out for the ridiculously steep stairs, we used the lift most of the time!
King Hotel Amsterdam Overview
Guests will find that the King Hotel Amsterdam is situated near to many area attractions, including Dam Square, the Royal Palace, Leidseplein, Vondelpark, the concert hall, Rembrandt Square, and PC Hooftstraat. Shopping and museum districts are nearby, and guests will enjoy the close proximity to the city’s canals. The King Hotel Amsterdam offers guests a shuttle to and from the Schipol Airport, and tram access is nearby the hotel as well.
Each of the rooms at the King Hotel Amsterdam includes such amenities as private bathrooms with specialty showers, hairdryers, flat screen televisions, in-room safes, coffeemakers, and Internet access. There are a total of twenty-six rooms at the hotel.
The King Hotel Amsterdam is situated within a seventeenth century historic building, which was renovated in 2007 to include an array of amenities. The hotel offers guests a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility, a complimentary breakfast, and a cloakroom as well as elevator access and wireless Internet access.
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