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Leidsekade 89, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

  Good, 2.5 419 Guest reviews
  • Location 4.5
     
  • Value 3
     
  • Rooms 2.5
     
  • Service 3
     
  • Cleanliness 3
     
  • Sleep quality 3
     
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Ilham G Amsterdam Individual traveler June 2013 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Very bad"
Too small room, too narrow bathroom. It was not even possible tot take a normal shower, The sink was so small that it was not possible to wash normally your face and clean your teeth. Not equivalent to a 3-star status, it is even lower than 2 stars. Only the location was good.
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Jamil F Amsterdam March 2013 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "stay in quentin"
Its not bad just not good enough for a 3 star rating, still hairs and dirt all over the bed from other guests. TV is too high and really hated the bathroom. The shower was basically right in front of the toilet and the bathroom floor was the shower area too. Very annoying having water constantly splash on to the toilet and then run all over my feet. Location wad however perfectly close to leidseplein and nice view from the window. Did meet a fantastically polite gentleman who worked the reception area overnight, "Nick" is his name and was very accomodating to my every request, a credit to Quentinhotels. Would definitely stay again if the bathroom were different and the laundry cleaner.
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R S Amsterdam Individual traveler January 2013 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "I was lucky"
Budget room for a night cost me 29 euro, steep stairs, but a clean little room, free Internet access, breakfast not before eight and therefore not for me, but would've cost extra anyway. Centrally located, nice staff, can't complain really
4
Maja T Zagreb, Croatia Spouse/partner December 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "great location and service"
We had a lovely stay there, the room was small but cosy, clean and warm. Its located in part of the town where you have a great number of restaurants, stores and it's always something happening and to get to the city center, you can take a walk.of merely 15 minutes. The hotel staff were very kind. We had a problem with heating one morning and they fixed in two hours!All in all, really nice place to stay and have a great time in Amsterdam! :)
4
Natalie M Amsterdam Group of friends December 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Great Value"
Excellent value room, in the centre of a lively area, but out of the way so its not too noisy. Very friendly and helpful staff, nothing fancy, but perfect for a couple of nights, clean and had everything you need.
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Natalie D Glasgow Spouse/partner November 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Quentin Hotel Amsterdam"
I was very excited about my first trip to Amsterdam and researched the hotels for days trying to pick a good location coupled with a good hotel. The first part was fine as the location is great, however, the hotel, not so great. It looks nothing like the pictures in real life, the room was extremely small, bed linen and bathroom were not 100% clean so i had to clean bathroom before using it. Staff were ok, not the best, but ok. I had thought about changing hotel before we went away as i saw a good deal with another one, however decided to stick with Quentin. Really wish i had changed my mind now!!
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YOUSIF A Amsterdam Group of friends November 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "no phone and couldn't swing a cat"
never again. no phone in my room. tiny 'bath towels'. tiny pillows. noisy corridor. insufficient power sockets for the lamps and appliances in my room - nevermind my own iPad and phone chargers.. room light didn't work and wasn't repaired when raised to the mgmt.
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Andrew M Amsterdam Spouse/partner October 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Weekend at the Quentin"
Receptonist was pleasant and helpful but I can find no other reason to recommend it. Our bedroom was in the basement. The only one window opened onto a small cupboard next to the lift machinery. It was stiffling in there and even the ceiling fan failed to cool the room sufficiently. If the price had reflected the quality of the room then I would have little reason to complain but it was not cheap at 365 euros for 3 nights
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charles o Amsterdam Individual traveler October 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Great place, great people."
The place isn't perfect and the rooms not luxurious, but it's a really good place. It is very clean. There's good room service daily. Even the corners and hidden areas show regular cleaning. Bearing in mind that it's very reasonably priced, it's hard to beat. The location is great just off Leidseplien on a quiet street next to a picturesque canal. The breakfast is basic but very good quality. The biggest problem is some of the rooms are tiny. I had tried to secure what I thought would be one of the largest rooms and was initially disappointed with the room they took me to. It wasn't possible to have both the suitcase open and sit in a chair at the same time and still have room to walk around. But, they showed me another room that was still cozy, but quite adequate. I stayed for 9 nights and really enjoyed it. The only criticism I have is they could update the quality of the chair in the room. I have to say they are really bad quality, just very cheap, discount fold-up chairs. Any level of up-grade would be a substantial improvement. Probably the best thing though is the quality of the people. They are just great and went out of their way to help a visitor in any way they could. Thanks Folks!
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Margot B Amsterdam October 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Good Stay!"
The Quentin has excellent staff, is clean, well-located, and just all-round a very, very good option if you are looking for a value-for-money option.
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Nedim N Amsterdam Group of friends October 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Our stay"
We had 5 rooms altogether, economy rooms were a bit of a squeeze. One room apparently a wierd sewage smell in bathroom, another room bed was very noisy, my room which was num 409 had a bad shower, no pressure and hard to get temperature right. The Hotel and room were very clean which is good, the staff were nice except one lady who would not do anything about my friend locking the keys out, we were checking out and apparently leaving our keys in the room was our problem. An excellent location
5
coco L Amsterdam Group of friends October 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Wonderful hotel !"
I stayed here with friends in July (we had been backpacking but decided to splurge on a hotel for a few nights) and loved it! Located in a really nice part of town meant that we could get a good nights sleep but still walk everywhere.The hotel staff are friendly and the place is immaculate. Our room looked freshly renovated and was just what we needed.I absolutely LOVED Amsterdam too, and will be staying here again!
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R G Warwick, RI Spouse/partner October 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "A Dump in the Center of Amsterdam"
This hotel is as bad as it gets.Horrible mattresses that will bruise your ribs and keep you awake.Dirty old awful carpets with marijuana cigarette burn marks all over.Small would be an upgrade, rooms and bathrooms are TINY, tiny as in you will have a hard time opening your suitcases tiny. You will be literally be tripping on each other tiny.This hotel is probably in the BEST location in Amsterdam, right in the middle of everything.This hotel is perfect for young people on a budget, going to Amsterdam to get drunk and high on pot, you can easily stumble back into the Quentin Amsterdam any time of the night with no trouble, the hotel is right there in the middle of all the action.Staff is super courteous, and they will try to do everything they can to make you happy, but there is just so much they can do.If you are used to comfort, this hotel is not for you.If you need a place in the middle of Amsterdam on a budget, go ahead, we survived, you probably will too.
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Chris v Sheffield Individual traveler October 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Good value"
I only had a one night stay, but room was clean enough, staff pleasant, 2 minute walk from Leidseplein. Good value
3
Anna V Amsterdam Spouse/partner September 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Not good"
We couldn't sleep at all. Walls are so thin so you can hear everything. Next time we will take better hotel.
3
DONALD K Sydney Group of friends August 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "A well located but otherwise average hotel."
In common with most other Amsterdam hotels of similar standard it is a little overpriced & very ordinary. However, it is well located close to the entertainment area & museums.It is also almost next to a canal boat wharf. The young woman at reception was friendly & helpful.
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Anonymous Amsterdam Spouse/partner July 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Quentin Hotel in Amsterdam"
Good value for money.Great location close to the center but far enough from noise.Staff lovely and helpful.Will be back!!
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Markus D Amsterdam Group of friends July 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Close to Leidseplein"
My second stay. This time in a renovated room. Not all rooms are that nice. Perfect location and just around the corner from the Leidseplein, Theaters, Melkweg and Paradiso.
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william s Amsterdam Spouse/partner June 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "Good Gig Hotel Close"
we wer going to the melkweg for a gig and hotel is real close and also real close to tram lines so easy to get to. we had budget room with own toliet the room was a bit cramped but clean and was a budget so was the same as described on the web site. the hotel does have a lift as the stairs are tight and narrow. the only drawback we came across was the front steps leading to the hotel these were also steep and well worn not great for the less able but overall the hotel gave me what it promised and i got what i needed and i would stay there again.
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david a Amsterdam Individual traveler June 2012 Easytobook.com traveller
 
 "city break"
hi the quentin hotel was great value for the price i arived in amsterdamearly on the day .went to the hotel to leave my luggage until my room was ready icould check in it was only 10 30. nice room helpfull and plesant staff would stay there again
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Quentin Hotel Amsterdam
Good, 2.5 5
Based on 419 Guest reviews
  • Location
    4.5
  • Cleanliness
    3.0
  • Service
    3.0
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Located in a quiet street near the Leidse Square, The Quentin Amsterdam Hotel is close main highlights such as the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh museum. The surrounding streets are a bustling centre of cafés, clubs, bars, shops and restaurants. The city’s famous markets Albert Cuyp, the colorful Flower Market, and the Waterlooplein flea market can also be easily reached on foot. Moreover the nearby 'Leidseplein' tram stop offers great access to further afield attractions such as the Anne Frank Museum.

Hotel Quentin is housed in an authentic 17th century historic canal house which overlooks one of Amsterdam’s grand canals; from most rooms you have a lovely canal view. The hotel offers many facilities such as free wireless internet throughout the building, an elevator, tickets to various museums and activities, continental breakfast and free city maps. The front desk is open 24 hours and the staff will be happy to help you if you will need any additional services, facilities or information.

All rooms at The Quentin Amsterdam Hotel are well equipped with modern facilities to make sure your stay is as comfortable as possible. In-room amenities include: free wireless Internet, work desk, television and heating. Rooms either feature an en-suite or shared bathroom with a shower and toilet and a hairdryer. Baby cots and iron with ironing board are available upon request. Wake-up call service is also offered.

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Quentin Hotel Amsterdam
Leidsekade 89, Amsterdam, North Holland, 1017 PN, Netherlands
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A comfortable Amsterdam hotel, with great facilities, beside Leidseplein and walking distance to all attractions.

Located in a quiet street near the Leidse Square, The Quentin Amsterdam Hotel is close main highlights such as the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh museum. The surrounding streets are a bustling centre of cafés, clubs, bars, shops and restaurants. The city’s famous markets Albert Cuyp, the colorful Flower Market, and the Waterlooplein flea market can also be easily reached on foot. Moreover the nearby 'Leidseplein' tram stop offers great access to further afield attractions such as the Anne Frank Museum.

Hotel Quentin is housed in an authentic 17th century historic canal house which overlooks one of Amsterdam’s grand canals; from most rooms you have a lovely canal view. The hotel offers many facilities such as free wireless internet throughout the building, an elevator, tickets to various museums and activities, continental breakfast and free city maps. The front desk is open 24 hours and the staff will be happy to help you if you will need any additional services, facilities or information.

All rooms at The Quentin Amsterdam Hotel are well equipped with modern facilities to make sure your stay is as comfortable as possible. In-room amenities include: free wireless Internet, work desk, television and heating. Rooms either feature an en-suite or shared bathroom with a shower and toilet and a hairdryer. Baby cots and iron with ironing board are available upon request. Wake-up call service is also offered.

Hotel policies & services
 Check-in: From 14:00 Check-out: Until 11:00
 Payment:         Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Visa Debit, Visa Electron
Note: the hotel can pre-authorize your card before arrival; they check for sufficient funds in order to guarantee your booking.
 Internet: Wi-Fi Internet free of charge in all rooms and general areas (lobby/reception etc.)
 Parking: Valet parking service, Public parking, Paid Valet Parking
Paid parking is possible near the hotel.
 Pet policy: Pets are not allowed.
Rooms: 82
Services:
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Doctor on call
  • Wake-up calls
  • Luggage storage
  • Tourist information
  • Early check-in
  • Late check-out
General facilities:
  • Elevator
  • Multilingual staff
  • Bicycle rentals
  • City maps
  • Historic building
  • Electronic key card
  • TV in the Lobby
  • Coffee in the Lobby
  • Breakfast Available (surcharge)
Extra common areas:
  • Bar/lounge
  • Non-smoking area (generic)
Food & beverage:

The hotel serves a typical Dutch buffet breakfast which includes white and brown bread, butter, jam, honey, ham and cheese, cereals, milk, tea and coffee.

Important information & conditions:

When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.

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