August 12, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The College Hotel in Amsterdam, Netherlands
In the Museumplein, near the center of Amsterdam, discover the artful design of The College Hotel. Constructed in an 1894 schoolhouse, this fantastic luxury hotel -– part of the Lifestyle collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts – holds true to its original purpose and is operated solely by students of the Amsterdam Hotel Management School. With 40 amazing rooms designed in pristine white and earth tones, the hotel offers an elegant open, airy feel with the touch and warmth of beautiful polished woods. Wake up as the sun playfully shines over the gorgeous city views and warms you to the exciting day to come. Then invigorate your morning with the heated-tile floors and cascade showers of your room before you head out to explore the amazing and historic city of Amsterdam.
With its location, it is only natural to begin with a trip to one of the enchanting museums near The College Hotel. The Rijksmuseum offers traditional Dutch art, while the Stedelijk Museum showcases modern works. Or spend the day marveling at the talents of Van Gogh and his contemporaries in the Van Gogh Museum. If you prefer a day of luxurious shopping, walk down the P.C. Hoofstraat and peruse the seemingly unending upscale shops. Known for its nightlife, be sure to experience the best Amsterdam has to offer in bars and libations. For truly remarkable and inspired jenevers, plan a trip to the Stedelijk distillery. Here the tasting room has not been changed since 1679, and guests delight in the tradition of sipping over-filled aperitif glasses from the enjoyably sticky 300-year-old bar. If you are more of the adventurous type, traditional absinthe may be a thrilling option. After an amazing drink, delight your palate with a falafel or the customary fish and chips at one of the deliciously fun stands sprinkled throughout the city. Or return to the College Hotel Restaurant for a traditional Dutch menu presented with a contemporary flare. At the College Hotel, surrounded by such history, culture, and luxury you will find discover true relaxation and an amazing stay.
Location of The College Hotel
Nearest Airport: AMS
Amenities for The College Hotel
- General Information
- 40 Guest Rooms
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Bicycle Rental
- Valet Parking
- Limousine Service
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Bike Tours
- Meeting Rooms
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for The College Hotel
we just spend 4 days at the College Hotel in Amsterdam and were shocked by the poor quality of the building. we were not notified at check in that all aircos on the first floor have been broken since June 9th and as per the repair crew wont be fixed for at least another 3 weeks (end July 17) in the middle of the hot summer. No management is present in this education hotel and thus all staff is left on their own. No suitable solution was available and we left in a mess. many small details were broken (we stayed in a junior suite) like light buttons missing, power plugs broken etc. for stays with kids in the summer this hotel is totally unsuitable due to the state of the rooms
Spent one night in the College Hotel as part of a small business conference in May. The hotel is clean and is very smart in all the public areas and is what you would expect from a city hotel. Its In a good location for exploring Amsterdam with tram stops outside etc. The rooms were not ready for the group until quite late, which meant people coming in from flights couldn't check in or freshen up. What also was disappointing was that the rooms were quite stuffy, and the air con didn't work in a number of rooms and some people requested a move but there were no rooms available so they moved to another hotel. The room we had the event in also suffered from the lack of air con. We ate in the hotel and the food was very good. Staff were very helpful All in all, for a premium hotel, I don't expect these sort of issues thence the slightly negative review.
groomsp - Ringwood, United Kingdom
Four of us, two rooms , were welcomed by a delightful receptionist who warmly greeted us & then sorted out our tours, she was wonderful ! BUT that is where it ended ! There is no air conditioning, the rooms were incredibly hot & it was not mentioned. Each room has a portable unit that has a long hose pumping out very hot air through the door but of course you have to leave your day open to use it ! The first night we went to the garden for a drink, there was four staff who all looked at us but no one came over. Eventually we left & went to a lovely pub for a drink for a third of the price. It is a very expensive hotel for one in such disrepair. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone ! This is my first ever negative review !!!
Donna T - Coogee, Australia
We have stayed here several times, wanted a place with a courtyard to hold our wedding ceremony. This is a teaching hotel so young staff are sometimes a bit inexperienced but very keen to help; however their bosses and supervisors seem to be working in silos and don't know what the other is doing and don't seem to care. Rooms are very comfortable and bathrooms are very nice, good amenity products (soaps and lotions). It looked like the whole first floor of the hotel had air conditioning issues as each room had a portable unit with air blowing out the door...not sure how you would close and lock your door once inside the suite. Several of our wedding guests tried to book our group block of rooms but were told the hotel was sold out...so they booked to stay at another property. Hotel suggested it was my fault because we had blocked rooms for guests but expected me to do all their bookings...obviously they didn't communicate with us. In fact we were passed from person to person who kept changing the goal post; our first person actually quit the hotel midstream. I finally booked rooms online, cheaper price, and had no issues. One guest asked to extend their stay a couple of days long and again were told, no rooms. I looked online and found lots of rooms so simply booked them another reservation. Seriously folks get your act together! Upon our arrival I asked for parking for our car...was told they had no space because there was a big function booked, and it was using all the parking. This was a BS line because we saw no other group except ours for the whole five days. Street parking is usually available but not cheap (36 Euros a day). The setting of this hotel is lovely, the location is great, and the museums and good restaurants nearby. Don't eat at the Italian restaurant here called Ferelli's...it is awful...(see my review of this separately). We paid an additional 22 Euros each for breakfast...complete waste of money. Would I stay here again, yes but would understand the lowered expectation and how to deal with it. Would I bring a group? No. That said, the young staff are very kind and very willing to try to help...it is their bosses who are getting a fail.
Piperbear - Vancouver
Unfortunately the restaurant has inadequate staff, bad service and food that isn't prepared well. The oysters weren't cleaned proper and served without the needed ingredients. After a disappointing dinner we asked different staff members the check several times. After waiting 25 minutes it finally arrived. After we thought we could pay and leave, we had to wait another 15 minutes for the change. I really like their'e terrace but I suggest to just have drinks. And even then they will disappoint but less than it would having dinner.
Boaz1995 - New Amsterdam, Guyana