Reviewed by 1142 guests
Service and attention was 10 10 parking is a best point they speak a lot of language
The West Side Inn Hotel Amsterdam is situated in South-West Amsterdam. Its proximity to the Amsterdam ring road and a tram stop makes this hotel a perfect starting point for sightseeing trips in and around Amsterdam. You can reach the city centre in just 15 minutes by tram. The RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre, the World Trade Centre and the World Fashion Centre are all approximately 20 minutes away.
The hotel has several conference rooms which are suitable for parties and meetings. These function rooms come with an internet connection as well as audiovisual equipment. All hotel rooms feature an en suite bathroom and wireless internet. The hotel also has a lovely indoor garden. Reception staff at West Side Inn Hotel will gladly help you with planning excursions in and around Amsterdam and will offer you no shortage of tourist information.Surroundings
West Side Inn Hotel Amsterdam is located in South-West Amsterdam, near the ring road and public transport links. You'll find information about the city's numerous tourist attractions at the hotel reception. Staff will gladly assist you in planning fun and memorable excursions. The RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre, the WTC, the World Fashion Centre and Schiphol Amsterdam Airport are all easily accessible from the hotel.Food and Drink
Breakfast is served between 6:30 and 10:00. A breakfast buffet is served in the restaurant and you can enjoy drinks and snacks in the hotel's cosy bar.
A booking of more than 5 rooms is considered to be a group booking at this hotel. For group bookings a different policy applies: you pay the full price of your booking, as per usual. However, a group booking cannot be cancelled or changed. Should this happen you will still be charged the full amount of your booking.- With iDEAL payments, the hotel may request a deposit upon check-in.
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Central Amsterdam, West. A 5-minute metro journey to the RAI