The Ibis Amsterdam Centre is adjacent to the city's Centraal Station, and has prime access to trains, trams, and buses, making it a convenient choice for those stopping by for a quick layover. Although the building itself feels more industrial, the lobby is fresh, stylish, and inviting; it even has a food station with a coffeemaker and snacks. The hotel also features a contemporary lounge -- Bar Rendez-vous -- as well as a quaint breakfast buffet. Stairways offer great views of the train station through expansive glass windows, and a glass bridge connects the two buildings that house the 363 guest rooms. The rooms are simple, clean, and functional, but lack basic amenities such as coffeemakers and mini-fridges. Beds are comfy with fluffy white bedding, but they do, unfortunately, take up the majority of the rooms' space. Rooms are quite small, and triple rooms seem like they'd hardly accommodate that many people and luggage. Noise from the trains could also be a downside for light sleepers.