Nieuwe Keizersgracht 16, Amsterdam, Netherlands star
Doubles from: $111 to $126
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
The newly decorated two-star Hotel Hermitage lives it up with St. Petersburg-style rooms right on the banks of the Amstel.
The 22 rooms at the Hotel Hermitage still have that fresh-out-of-the-box feel. Standard amenities such as cable TV and free Wi-Fi complement charismatic décor. We loved the Russian court-style wallpaper and the heavy ceiling beams, and we tripped out at the static-like irregularity of salt-and-pepper tile work in the bathrooms.
Travelers will feel right at home in the modern, comfortable dining area: It was akin to being in a friend’s kitchen. The Hotel Hermitage also offers a tranquil garden and a great location, just a stone's throw from the Waterlooplein, Rembrantplein and the newly opened Hermitage museum.
Breakfast is available for an additional charge. Note that while the rates are usually reasonable, they can tend toward exorbitant in high season. There is no elevator (and stairs are steep).
Reviewed by: Joel Weickgenant, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
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- Bicycle Rental
- Breakfast Extra Charge
- Credit Card Surcharge
- Internet Station
- Luggage Storage
- No Elevator
- Non-Smoking Hotel
- Reception: Limited Hours
- Room Service
- Vending Machines
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
- Coffee/Tea Maker
- Hair Dryer
Nieuwe Keizersgracht 16
Plantagebuurt, Amsterdam, Netherlands
About the Hotel Hermitage neighborhood
Located 10 minutes from the center of town, quiet, green Plantagebuurt was historically a Jewish neighborhood, until the Germans turned it into a Jewish ghetto during World War II. Following the war, many of the tragically deserted homes were dismantled for firewood, and today only the synagogue and the Jewish Museum remind visitors of the neighborhood's troubled past. Plantagebuurt is, however, home to several museums (including the Rembrandt House Museum) and a zoo.