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The Quentin Hotel Amsterdam

City centre, close to Leidseplein



100% of guests recommend The Quentin Hotel Amsterdam.

Leidsekade 89, Amsterdam Map

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Amsterdam's lively nightlife can be found on the Leidseplein, near The Quentin Hotel Amsterdam. Surrounding the square are many little restaurants, clubs, bars, a cinema and a casino. But, there is also a lot to experience in the vicinity during the day. A 5-minute walk will take you to the Museumplein, where you'll find the Rijksmuseum, with its vast collection of Old Dutch Masters, statues and antique furniture pieces. Van Gogh admirers can take delight in a visit to the renowned Van Gogh Museum, which also features some contemporary art. And if you're looking for an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art, photography and design, then the Stedelijk Museum is the place for you.

The Quentin Hotel Amsterdam is perfectly located if you plan to go shopping. It is just a short walk from the hotel to the lively Albert Cuyp market, the floating flower market or the flea market on the Waterlooplein. You'll find quaint boutiques in the hotel's vicinity e.g. in the Jordaan district, as well as exclusive shops in the P.C. Hooftstraat and well-known high street stores in the Kalverstraat.

The Quentin Hotel Amsterdam has a lift as well as rooms (some, not all) overlooking one of Amsterdam's famous canals. All rooms come with a flatscreen television and a telephone. Most rooms have a private bathroom. If you book a budget room you can make use of the shower and toilet in the corridor.

The hotel offers free Internet, a free city map and you can also purchase tickets at the reception for several museums and sights.


A 10-minute walk through the city's central shopping streets will take you to the famous Dam Square and some of the city's greatest attractions: The Royal Palace, Madame Tussauds, The Dam Monument, and of course The Red Light District, perhaps the most famous district in the world. The Vondelpark's green oasis and the famous Museumplein are only a 5-minute walk away.

Food and Drink

Breakfast is served daily in the breakfast room. You can visit the hotel bar for a drink or a snack.

Facilities and rules Hide Show
Number of rooms



from 15:00 until 00:00


from 00:00 until 11:00

Children & extra beds

Children/extra beds: A cot for children up to 2 years old can be placed on request for free. On request an extra bed can be added in a room for €30,- per night. / On request


Free Wi-Fi

Guests can make free use of wireless internet at the hotel.


The hotel does not have a private car park.


Not allowed

  • 24-hour reception

  • Groups / On request

  • Lift

  • Luggage storage

  • Breakfast

    Breakfast (€ 15,00 per person per night)

    Food and Drink
  • Drinks Vending Machine/Items can be purchased at Reception

  • Snacks Vending Machine/Items can be purchased at Reception

  • Smoking policy

    The entire hotel is non-smoking.

    General information

    Laptop Safe

    Reviews Hide Show

    Reviewed by 423 guests

    100% of guests recommend this hotel











    Here you'll find the latest reviews by guests who have visited this hotel.


    David AUBIN
    Travelling alone maart 2015

    A few days for The Carre Theatre

    The positive point during my stay was the location about the hotel, which is really near from restaurants and bars.

    A little bit too hot in my room and no way to put down the heat of the heat makers.

    “My tip: A few hundred meters from the hotel, there is a nice bar restaurant which is called Saloon and where you can have great home-made hamburgers for a really cheap price and also great beers on tap (one of them is made by one of the cookers )”


    Young couples januari 2015

    Great location


    I booked the hotel because the pictures on the web looked very good. I got a deluxe room, the most expensive, to make sure I got the best. The disappointment was opening the door the first day I arrived to find that the room was like the one in the pictures, but nothing like it It was small, small bath, old and not maintained furniture, windows and doors.... What was worse was the big stains on the carpet, right in the middle of the room, it just made the room look dirty. Outside the room, in g

    “My tip: A Big park and Van Gogh museum are very close.”


    Margaret Sybil Richardson
    Older couples september 2014

    Hotel stay in Amsterdam

    Friendly and nice staff. Very good beds.Good breakfast.Great location.

    Second rate overpriced and run down room.Shower overflow.The window was kept open with the support of a brick.

    “My tip: Lots of fun places to eat at and plenty of bars.Located right on the canal and easy walking to museums etc.”


    Young couples augustus 2014


    location deluxe room

    very little bathroom wc broked locked windows hygiene


    Ricardo K Alves
    Young couples maart 2014

    Breakfest wonderfull

    dont have


    Older couples september 2013

    not stisfied

    a very friendly serviceminded staff and good location

    Noisy. the room and spesially the bath needed to be repaired. it was a bit mould in the bath, and it smelled mould in the room

    “My tip: The staff is very Nice, but they can`t make up for the problems With the bath”


    Travelling alone september 2013

    Small and noisy room

    Friendly Staff, good location

    Very noisy and small room (Close to a Theater). Breakfast only between 8 and 10 (I had to leave at 7:30 every day), Quite expensive for what you get, but all Hotels in Amsterdam are expensive. TV not working


    Travelling alone september 2013

    Nice little hotel, clean, great location & friendly helpful staff.

    Staff, Location,

    Lower ground floor rooms lack light .

    “My tip: Don't miss the Van Gogh museum, a 10 minute walk away!”


    Young couples juni 2013

    Loved the hotel

    Staff was great and helpful. Hotel room had a great view.

    Need a fan or AC in the room. Was hot and with only one window that opened made for no breeze and very warm room.

    “My tip: Bring a fan and shorts.”


    Travelling alone maart 2013

    Nice quiet little hotel 5 minutes from museums

    Location, clean and near museums

    tiny room


    Older couples augustus 2012

    Make another choice


    Basement rooms, internal rooms and rooms with windows that don't open - not for me. Breakfast very poor and overprice at 7 Euro


    Travelling alone juli 2012

    Good Location,Central...Great

    Lift to noisy I was in room 24 just behind lift then I shifted to room 25 but Noisy from outside..

    “My tip: The Lovely Akbar Indian Restaurant just in lane of Leidseplein! Great People Greater good Food!”


    Travelling alone juli 2012

    a bit overpriced hotel in nice location not too far away of center

    location is quite good close to Leidsplein and by (outer) Singel canal. Public transport (trams) run from Leidsplein.

    my single room was bit too small, for example the bed was "custom built" to the end of the room. I do not typically look for luxury in hotels, but this was close to my lower limits - also I think the price (a bit over 100€) is too high even though the hotel in not far away of Amsterdam center. Very steep & narrow stairs inside and outside of the hotel


    Friends juni 2012

    Gorgeous three person room, clean, good good location, no noice!

    The three person room was gorgeous. Location was very good, little bit of from the bigger street so no noise. Everything were clean and we enjoyed the stay.


    Travelling alone mei 2012

    Amsterdam stay

    great location!

    some construction going on-whiel I was informed at check in-they started the noise FAR too early!

    “My tip: be careful of the very tiny & vertical stairs!”


    Other april 2012

    20 euros a night for a triple room you can't go wrong, nice comfy beds, toilets, was like a 4 star hotel really.

    We had to wait a few hours to have our room ready.


    Friends april 2012

    Will definitely stay here again

    Very close to Leidesplein, walking directions could be a bit more precise - when in Leidesplein walk towards the Mariot Hotel and do a right after the water feature. Lift was working fine. Hotel staff very friendly and welcoming, very comfortable beds. We had a triple room and it was set out lovely.

    Shower room like a 'wet room' but poorly designed as the floor got soaking. Steps from road to the hotel entrance are steep and concrete, be aware if carrying a heavy suitcase

    “My tip: Directions - see above comments. Tram 1,2 or 5 from Central Station to Leidesplein. Then walk towards to the Mariot Hotel (Hotel on corner with red flags hanging from the building). Take the first right after the water feature. Then a two minute walk from there. ”


    Travelling alone februari 2012

    Basic and Noisy

    Nice staff on front desk, and reception area is well-presented. Location was good for me as it was only a 20 min walk to where I needed to be.

    Room was very basic. I was in the room beneath reception and could hear people thumping about all night, which kept me awake. The curtains in the room left a good five or six inches of the bottom of the window uncovered, meaning that light streamed in all night, making it even more difficult to sleep and I felt uncomfortable getting undressed. A poor night's sleep was not ideal as I had to deliver a presentation the next day. I wouldn't stay here again.


    Young couples oktober 2011

    Decent hotel for weekend break.


    Noise in and outside hotel, steep stairs, no lift.


    Travelling alone september 2011

    Central and friendly but over-priced and shabby

    Clean, staff friendly, very good location

    A child sized single bed; no breakfast even though I paid €138 for 2 nights; an iron but no ironing board, a window that didn't close properly so I head all the street noise and a man drilling the wall next to my window at 07.30 AM so sleeping in was not possible (I wasn't offered a discount for this). inconvenience).


    Travelling alone september 2011

    Friendly Staff

    Great location for taking in the local sites and activities. Hotel faces the canel. Close to public transportation.

    Older budget hotel so you get no amenities.


    Travelling alone april 2011

    Stay Away

    central location

    no wifi in my room ("sometimes it doesn't reach those rooms"), no towels, extra charge if you pay with a credit card, no breakfast (and a bad attitude) although I arrived on time, poor management, not enough workers for keeping the place running smoothly.


    Friends maart 2011

    the service was amazing, every persone there was really nice and gave us all the help we needed.

    the elevature didnt work end it was really dificult to go up and down to the 4th floor every time.


    Debora Kozak
    Families with older children maart 2011

    This charming, affordable hotel is in an excellent location...

    Room 102 (triple room) was very spacious (toilet and shower included) with an excellent view of the canal with a bay window included. It was a very bright room. This was my son's room with 2 of his friends. My room was right next door (rm 101--no toilet or shower) which was very convenient. I loved all the details of the entire hotel, i.e. stained glass, narrow winding wooden steps and banister, inlaid tile floor entrance, etc. It all added to the charm of the hotel. Breakfast consisted of various breads (could toast it), jams, honey, cheese and ham with orange & apple juice & coffee. The coffee was brewed, but they also had a capuccino machine. The location was excellent, as one could walk to everything.

    There was construction going on, but they seemed to be coming to the end of it. You would hear the workers getting started at 7:30 in the morning. The wireless internet which was suppose to be available, was not working. The shared shower/toilet on the 1st. floor had a tiny sink with a shelf right above the sink, which made it impossible to put your head over it while washing your face or brushing your teeth.


    Debora Kozak
    Families with older children maart 2011

    This charming, affordable hotel is in an excellent location...

    My single room (101) was rather small, but sufficient for 1 person. I was there with my son and 2 of his friends who had the triple room right next door (102), which was very convenient for me. I had a great view of the canal. The hotel has so many charming details, i.e. stained glass, inlaid tile entrance, bay windows, a steep winding, wooden staircase and banister, etc, etc. Plus the location is excellent since you can walk to just about everything. It's also an easy bus ride direct to/from the airport, or a choice of 3 trams that go directly to the main train station. Breakfast consisted of various breads (you could toast), different jams, honey, sliced cheese & ham, orange & apple juice, brewed coffee, or a coffee specialty from their cappucino machine.

    The lift was out of order, as well as the complimentary wireless internet. There was construction going on, but they seemed to be coming to an end of it. Still, it woke you up at 7:30 in the morning when the workers were getting started. The shared toilet/shower on the 1st. floor had a tiny sink that had a shelf directly above it, which made it impossible to put your head over it while washing your face or brushing your teeth.

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    Leidsekade 89, 1017PN Amsterdam