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All reviews lobby restaurant dam square a la carte breakfast boutique hotel perfect location quiet side street cool hotel room was large comfortable bed excellent hotel superior room nespresso machine loved this hotel red light district visiting amsterdam mini bar central station
My wife and I stayed here for 3 nights and it was excellent.
We had a really nice suite (Room 114) and ate Dinner and Breakfast in the Hotel all of which was really good. Every single member of staff we encountered were helpful and...More
The hotel is cute and quaint and curated just right. On the smaller side (completely fine by us), hence the boutique part, but the location was ideal and quiet. Close to Dam Square, shopping restaurants and busy streets, Hotel V Nesplein is tucked back on...More
This was listed as a four star boutique hotel. I’ve definitely stayed in many three star hotels that were not only nicer but provided much better amenities. The lobby is dark and dingey. I know people stop seeing the condition of their own surroundings after...More
The Nesplein is the perfect staging ground for exploring Dam Square. The hotel owners found the one quiet street in a bustling area, so you can enjoy a late dinner and drinks, and actually go to sleep afterwards.
But a word of caution about the...More
The hotel is a 2-minute walk from Dam Square
and from the metro/tram.
The rooms are large and clean, the breakfast is excellent and above all .... the staff is simply amazing.
The reception staff and the restaurant staff were simply amazing and served us...More
Although listed as having air conditioning, it does not. I’m not sure how they get around such a significant lie, but there it is. They offered us a fan when they told me that there was no air con in the room. We could only... More
Although listed as having air conditioning, it does not. I’m not sure how they get around such a significant lie, but there it is. They offered us a fan when they told me that there was no air con in the room. We could only cool our room down by opening the window (which did not work properly). Sleeping with an open window is lovely and it was cool enough, but there was a loud mechanical sound next to our window which prevented us from leaving the window open.