The comfortable and trendy rooms are fitted with every comfort, such as an ensuite bathroom with a bath/shower, LCD television and wireless Internet. Some rooms also come with a balcony and/or a view of the garden. There is a fully facilitated spa in the direct vicinity.
From the hotel you can walk straight to the bustling Albert Cuyp market, a place where Amsterdammers come to look for bargains. The Heineken Experience is close to the market. Here, visitors are submerged in the world of this popular beer, and the senses are stimulated through sound, sight and taste.
When do you wish to stay at Hotel Bronckhorst Amsterdam?
Hotel Bronckhorst is situated in one of the most vibrant districts of Amsterdam. Public transport links are excellent, making it easy to reach renowned museums, such as the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. The area also offers an abundance of cafés and restaurants. You can enjoy a walk through the narrow little streets, sheltering charming shops. Schiphol Amsterdam Airport can be reached within a 15-minute drive.
Food and Drinks
Breakfast is served daily from 07:00 to 10:00 h.
The hotel does not have a restaurant. However, there are many restaurants and places to eat in the direct vicinity, catering for every taste and price range.
Number of rooms
Guests can make free use of wireless internet at the hotel.
Children up to 4 years can stay for free, if no additional bed is needed. A cot fot children up to 2 years can be placed in the room free of charge.
An additional bed can not be placed in the room.
Public car park
In the vicinity there are public parking facilities for €4 per hour. On Sunday parking is free. The hotel can also offer valet parking at a charge of €30 for the first night and €20 per additional night.
All reviews are completed by our guests after their stay at the hotel Hotel Bronckhorst Amsterdam.
December 15, 2012
too expensive for what it is
the alarm kept going off in our room in the morning
the sheets and the floor werent clean
5 minutes of walk to major museums
extremely small room
Low price. Mediocre hotel.
Low prices. And there is an elevator.
*my tipEven for these low prices, you can find better.
Nice, but not so quiet...
+ nice clean room,
+ comfortable bed
+ very noisy, bad sound insulation
+ do not take room B04 - noise form all around, and you will be woke up by breakfast preparation
Very conveniently located, good service, but small rooms
everything was fine & practical
Very basic bed and breakfast hotel;
relatively good location; several good restaurants in the neighbourhood; near the Museums quarter
no service, no lobby, poor ratio quality to price; wrong information on parking facilities and on how to pay; poor breakfast; poor sound insulation; difficult or expensive parking = don't go by car!
Compeltely neglegent staff ,,, never stay here !!!!!
Good location to Museums .
I requested a wakeup call , not once but twice !!! at the front desk i actually spoke to the person on duty who said they would be the one to give the wakeup call ,,,,,,, well he did not do it i slept in and was standing in the hotel when i was supposed to be boarding the flight !!! ... I will never stay at this hotel again ,,, how can they be so incompetent as to not to be able to provide a wake up call ,,,,,,,,,useless ..
Very good located. Very friendly staff.
(Families with young children)
Not as Baby Friendly as we Imagined
Good location for the museumsquartier, well connected by public transport to other parts of the city. Free wi-fi.
Although we requested a cot bed, they asked me twice to sleep with the baby. After insisting that this wasn't safe for a crawling baby, they gave us a room big enough for a cot in the evening. They clean sheets as rarely as possible, even after baby spits up food. Wrongly advised me to get a weekly transport ticket on the tram.
(Families with young children)
Good quality, good price
too much for too few
good postion; close to Cocertgebow and Museums
poor reception, unfrendly personel, too expensive for the services provided, mediocre breackfast, etc
Good base from which to explore Amsterdam, good public transport acces
Good place for budget stay
Shower room too small
Jeanna Rodriguez Lawson
This hotel was comfortable and had easy access to the tram. Overall it was very nice.
I stayed at the Hotel and am now getting emails that I cancelled my stay. Not the case.
Fantastic Weekend in Amsterdam
Sanjin & Petra
Great value for money
As previously mentioned, this is a relatively new hotel near the Museumplein and is very well connected with the very city center (tram stop is nearby). Based on previous reviews, we searched for a room on a higher floor with a balcony - which we got. Room not large but enough for two persons and is equipped with everything stated in the description. Exceptionally clean (daily cleaning and towel change) and neat, bathroom with cosmetics and a large balcony (two rooms use one balcony). Staff was friendly and well informed so all in all it was great value for money. Since I work in hotel industry, I was really pleased with this hotel and would recommend it gladly to my friends.
Double bed is in fact twin bed (two beds put together) so you have a slight gap in the middle which is not so convenient for couple, but the beds were incredibly comfortable (maybe a bit too soft for my taste). Internet is available only in Front Office area, unfortunately not in rooms.
We recommend the hotel for tourists
Quite good for tram connections.
Too noisy doors of too light material.
The first room too cold because the element not working.
Nice but too pricey for nothing special
The beds are very comfortable, but as I was staying with my boyfriend it was a little strange that the room just had two twin beds pushed together. A queen bed as comfortable as those twin beds would have been amazing.
Our shower leaked and it was generally outrageously overpriced for a small room and twin beds. The location is one tram stop away from the Museum area but the location is really not so special that it should be about 60 euros per night per person.
An OK hotel for a fair price
No service and highly overrated.
It was very clean and the beds are comfortable. Only with C/O the lady behind the desk was friendly.
We had a triple room, but the room was way too small for three persons, we got a bit claustraphobic. The rate isn't worth the room. The service, what service?? We got our keycards, but she didn't mention our room number or anything, the night shift was sleeping behind the desk and wasn't friendly at all when he was awake. We'll never stay here again! We work in a hotel ourselves and this is a perfect example how things shouldn't go.
Well equipped frills free room
It's a clean, well presented new hotel. The location is outside the centre of Amsterdam however there are a number of trams running into the centre just outside the hotel making travel easier and quicker. The rooms are quite simple we had no refreshments area like tea and coffee but it's comfortable with LCD tv's, a balcony and heating.
There was no tea or coffee equipment and the building next door did have a number of noisy young people in the courtyard in the mornings I'm not sure what the building was for. Also very noisy cat fights in the middle of the night. Obviously it's not the fault of the hotel but it was a nuisance.
Claudia Centoni Gordon
Don't stay here if you want to sleep at night.
Noisiest hotel I've ever stayed in. It seems the walls are paper thin - we constantly heard the elevator mechanism up and down as well as the elevator doors opening and closing and the other guests doors slamming shut - all day and all night. We were told it was "normal" during weekends to hear the elevators working all night long since people came in at all hours. Nevertheless, I've stayed in many hotels and have never heard this much noise from inside my hotel room before (and I always stay in city centers). I can only imagine the walls must be super thin. I don't know how else this would happen.
Price is high for what you get - just a bed to sleep in.
Empty soap dispensers in the room.