Vondelpark & Museum Quarter Hotels
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Conservatorium Hotel

Conservatorium Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Conservatorium Hotel delivers a true five-pearl experience in Amsterdam's residential Museum Quarter. It's housed in a 100-year-old former bank building, and the hotel's warm, modern design melds seamlessly with the structure; the stunning atrium lobby, for example, is industrial-chic, featuring wood, brick, and glass. The rooms are decorated in earthy neutrals and every detail was considered, from the placement of the electrical outlets to the reading lights by the bed to the high-tech controls for the lighting and blinds; some rooms have duplex layouts and exposed structural beams. Bathrooms are gorgeous, with rainfall showerheads, stone tile, LCD mirror TVs and micro cotton towels. The big, modern fitness center, stylish indoor pool, and lovely spa, all located below ground, are highlights. It's a premier choice for luxury travelers looking to trade a central location for added space and quiet.
Park Hotel, Amsterdam

Park Hotel, Amsterdam Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Park Hotel is a stylish property near the Museum Quarter. A cozy library, art gallery, and fun, contemporary design give the hotel a boutique feel. Rooms are modern and include great amenities such as flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, minibars, and highly praised signature beds. The lobby has an appealing fireplace, and the trendy Momo Restaurant serves Pan Asian fare. Other hotel features include a modern fitness center with personal trainers available (open 24 hours), bike and Vespa rentals, and a bar off the lobby. The hotel caters well to business travelers as well, featuring 9 possible event spaces , meeting packages, and audiovisual equipment. But the hotel's hip style and kid-friendly amenities (cribs, high chairs, and babysitting services are available) keep a diverse crowd of traverlers coming through its doors. With a great location between Vondelpark and the Canal Ring, this hotel is a great pick for those who don't mind having to take the tram to the sights in the Old Center.
Hotel Piet Hein

Hotel Piet Hein Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Hotel Piet Hein is a sleek, nautically themed upper-middle-range hotel with 81 rooms, centrally located in the Museum Quarter. Unusual for Amsterdam, the property has a spacious terrace, which is beautifully surrounded by ivy-covered walls. There are also a cozy lounge and bar indoors, which, like the guest rooms, are decorated in muted earth tones and with high-quality wood and leather furnishings. Guest rooms have flat-screen TVs, safes, and the brand's signature comfortable beds; suites overlook nearby Vondelpark, and have large soaking tubs. Wi-Fi and breakfast are free. Compared with others in its class, this hotel has impressive features and is very well situated for tourists, within walking distance of the canal district and shopping.
NH Museum Quarter

NH Museum Quarter Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The NH Museum Quarter overlooks a picturesque canal, and is within walking distance of Amsterdam's famous museums and the nearby Canal Ring. It's far from the most compelling hotel in the city, opting for a more conservative, dated design style, with an ambiance that pales in comparison to the sophisticated College Hotel nearby. But the rates are slightly more reasonable and the outdoor courtyard gives it some extra appeal. Top-floor rooms each have an incredible wall of windows, sloping at a gentle angle from floor-to-ceiling, with impressive views of the canal or the inner courtyard. A bit removed from the city center and its congested traffic, the hotel is also popular with business travelers, who can stay easily connected to the southern business district. The hotel also has its own underground parking.
Conscious Hotel Vondelpark

Conscious Hotel Vondelpark Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 81-room Conscious Hotel Vondelpark is the sister hotel to the Conscious Hotel Museum Square, and has a similar trendy, quirky feel. The lobby here also features a vibrant green plant wall, but rustic wood floors and a small bar/lounge allow the space to feel a bit more warm and inviting. The guest rooms are a bit smaller than those at Museum Square, but they're bright, fresh, and comfortable with cozy beds adorned in crisp white bedding. Floral wall murals add a vibrant pop of color, and unique eco-conscious touches abound -- tables are made from recycled coffee cup holders, and the bathroom counters are actually constructed from a recycled pressed-paper material. The hotel does lack certain amenities, such as a fitness center, but guests have access to the nearby David Lloyd Overtoom fitness center for a daily fee. A stylish breakfast bar serves an organic breakfast, and afterward visitors can rent one of the electric scooters to traverse the city. It's a good value, despite the location in residential Vondelpark.
Hotel Blyss

Hotel Blyss Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 40-room Hotel Blyss is a decent value pick in residential Vondelpark. The lobby is trendy, featuring a gas fireplace, a bar, damask-style wallpaper, rustic wood floors, and modern furniture, but it sets an expectation for the hotel that the rooms don't live up to. The rooms are quite basic (their only real design element being an accent wallpaper wall), with double beds made up of two single beds pushed together, and small (in some rooms, tiny) flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms appear reasonably cute and modern, but some can have issues, such as shower water flowing across the entire floor, or signs of muck and mold. A nicer part of the hotel is the study area, which features an Apple iMac and sleek black seating. The breakfast room has a retro vibe with a black-and-white checkered floor and red vinyl seating. When the price is right, it's a fine choice for guests who don't mind sacrificing a few frills.
Conscious Hotel Museum Square

Conscious Hotel Museum Square Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The eco-themed Conscious Hotel Museum Square is a quirky, modern establishment within walking distance of the Van Gogh Museum and local tram stations. The lobby features an overflowing live plant wall, which pops against the mostly white area. The eco theme is evident in the tree photo murals decorating the walls in the rooms, but they add a warm touch; without the extra color, the hotel might feel too cold. The rooms are quite large for Amsterdam, and floor-to-ceiling windows allow in lots of natural light for a bright and open feel. Rooms are simple and clean, with soft beds, basic, white bathrooms, and flat-screen TVs -- but no other amenities, not even a mini-fridge or coffeemaker. There's a bright and modern breakfast buffet, which offers a daily organic continental breakfast. There is no on-site fitness center or meeting spaces, which make the hotel a poor option for business travelers -- but overall it's a solid value option for tourists.
Sandton Hotel de Filosoof

Sandton Hotel de Filosoof Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Calling all non-conformists -- this quirky hotel in the residential Vondelpark area has 38 rooms and suites based on unique philosophical and/or cultural themes. Taking residence in a few 19th century buildings, every detail -- down to the steep spiral staircase -- has oodles of character. But while character is prevalent, luxury is not (many areas are in desperate need of a fresh coat of paint). Whom will Sandton Hotel de Filosoof appeal to? For twenty-something couples who prefer to avoid the sterile chain hotels and gravitate toward the unusual, this is ideal. Each room has a distinct color scheme, and amateurish artwork to boot. Deluxe rooms and suites are more spacious, and some come with kitchens and small balconies. There are good communal areas for a hotel of this size (including the bar), but the outdated breakfast room is a hard sell for the expensive meal ticket. Perhaps the biggest amenity is the garden at the back of the hotel -- a lovely place to relax and meet fellow like-minded travelers. Overall, few in-room amenities make it clear that this is simply a place to lay the head after experiencing all that Amsterdam has to offer.
Memphis EMB Hotel

Memphis EMB Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

There is little that marks the Memphis EMB Hotel as particularly remarkable beyond, perhaps, its pleasant location in an upmarket neighborhood just south of Vondelpark. Rooms are functional and decor is modern, but many showed signs of wear and even damp, and most of the hotel feels in need of a refresh. In addition to these shortcomings, the hotel lacked many of the frills or facilities you might expect from an advertised four-star property -- the overall package (and price) feels decidedly mid-range. The nearby and similarly priced Conscious Hotel Museum Square is much more appealing.


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