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Hampshire Hotel - Eden Amsterdam

4,755 reviews
+31 20 520 5575

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Bar or Lounge
Business Center

Panoramic View Near Rembrandt Square

Waterfront Views for a Price

All rooms at the Eden Hotel Amsterdam feature flat-screen TV with on-demand movies, Internet access, and safe. More important, all 218 rooms include air conditioning and a bathroom, something of a rarity for the area. If you are considering staying elsewhere, be sure to research this because it may persuade you to give the Eden Hotel Amsterdam a longer look.

If you are interested in splurging, consider an Executive room. These rooms overlook the Amstel River. In addition, they offer coffee and tea makers, a pair of extra pillows, and a high bed.

Eat, Drink, and Be Jazzy

Fans of a hearty breakfast will be thrilled as a buffet is available at the Eden Hotel Amsterdam each morning from 7:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Near the hotel are a pair of restaurants. Reservations are available and encouraged. The Brasserie FLO Amsterdam is a quaint café featuring French cuisine. Bar 36 Black is a full-service bar that also features appetizers. There is also jazz music played at the bar.

Join the Night Watch

Travelers visiting the capital of The Netherlands will be positioned in the middle of everything if they choose to stay at the Eden Hotel Amsterdam. Nestled beside the scenic Amstel River, this property is right beside the world-famous Rembrandt Square.

At Rembrandt Square, guests may enjoy historic sculptures and works of art based upon the namesake of the area, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. The legendary painter once lived in the area where Rembrandt Square is now based. The entire area is overflowing with tributes to his genius as an artist. To wit, Rembrandt’s most famous painting, "The Night Watch," has been recreated in life-size detail. Note that the realistic sculptures sometimes travel as art exhibit centerpieces. Be sure to check their availability before finalizing your travel plans.

Tons of Tourist Options, But You Will Still Go to the Red Light District

Tourists in Amsterdam will face a simple problem: time management. Even lifetime residents of the city have difficulty enjoying all the available entertainment options. Here are a few high points.

The Amsterdam Museum enjoys a global reputation for some of the most eclectic items of any museum in the world. Have you ever studied a pair of 700-year-old Dutch shoes? They don’t look like your tennis shoes. That’s for sure. If you would prefer a more traditional museum experience, Joods Historisch Museum celebrates Jewish heritage while Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder is an elegantly maintained 17th century Catholic church.

Oh, let’s be realistic. If you are a tourist in Amsterdam, you are going to visit the Red Light District. It is the black hole of Dutch tourism, pulling all would-be travelers to its area. The Red Light District is not a place for puritans, but all other tourists will inevitably make an appearance there for the titillation if nothing else. The Red Light District is conveniently located only minutes away from the Eden Hotel Amsterdam. If you go, remember to use Snapchat instead of Instagram since you likely don't want to save those photos for posterity.

Bottom Line

Compared to the Hotel Amstelzicht, the Eden Hotel Amsterdam offers approximately 10 times as many rooms. For this reason, it provides much more availability. It is also considered a relatively cheap option for a notoriously expensive city.

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Amstel 144
Amsterdam, 1017 AE
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User Highlights
"Superb location" "Fabulous location"
98% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
City centre within easy reach, said 97%.
"Excellent staff" "Excellent house keeping"
87% found the staff to be very friendly.
65% said the reception staff was ok.
"Pricey for breakfast" "Good buffet breakfast"
92% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Old building" "Utilitarian furnishings"
56% criticized the unstylish hotel.
51% thought the atmosphere was somewhat friendly.
Value for money
"On site restaurant pricey" "Paid for executive room"
92% said the breakfast was too expensive.
80% thought it was a great value.
"It smells musty" "Carpet was stained"
61% said rooms were dirty.
67% said the bathroom was dirty.
"Slow wi-fi" "Wifi wasnt working"
68% said the wifi quality was bad.
80% thought it was a great value.
"Terrible water pressure" "Torn hand towel"
77% said rooms were small.
61% said rooms were dirty.
"Loud air-con" "Outdated blanket"
77% said rooms were small.
Beds were acceptable for 63%.

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Expert Reviews
The biggest city-center hotel in its class has a great setting in several converted 17th-century merchants' houses.
Clean and comfortable, this large and rather anonymous hotel overlooking the Amstel River is perfectly situated for those who want to enjoy the nearby club scene.
Time Out
This chain hotel standard has great views over the Amstel river to the front and is well placed to crash after indulging in the fleshpots of Rembrandtplein behind.
Hotel Information
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Free Wifi
No Smoking
From 3:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 12:00pm
# of Rooms
  • Deposit: EUR 50 per night
  • Breakfast Fee: EUR 18.50 per person (approximately)
Handicap Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible