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Amsterdam Wiechmann Hotel
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Reviewed 18 July 2014

The best part of this hotel is the location. If you just need a place to sleep and be within walking distance of everything then this will work for you.

Just a warning...if you have any problems climbing stairs this hotel is not good for you. The stairs are extremely steep!! It's almost like climbing a ladder to get to the upper floors. We brought our dog with us and she had problems getting down.

Room Tip: Be careful of the stairs....they are extremely steep!
  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with family
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Thank lisa b
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

This hotel is very cozy and comfortable and when you compare it with some of the other hotels in the same area it is a terrific value. We had one of the back bedrooms with no canal view. But it was charming & spacious with a desk /chair and two additional chairs. The beds are perfect! The room was completely quiet at night. There's no air conditioning but the windows open providing plenty of fresh air and a nice breeze.
The breakfast is generous with much to choose from. I especially appreciated the Dutch Spice Bread and the breakfast room has a fantastic view of the canals. What a great way to start each day!
The location could not have been better. Everything was walking distance yet it felt like a real neighborhood too.
The staff all go out of their way to be helpful and have lots of good advice.
NOTE: The stairs are steep but the staff will kindly take your suitcases up & down.
We would definitely return to The Wiechmann!
Our one request is that espresso be available for breakfast. It's currently available only afternoon.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank bernalgirl
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Reviewed 15 July 2014

My wife and I, plus our college-age daughter and son, took an 8 night trip to Belgium and the Netherlands in June 2014. We were in Amsterdam for three nights at the Amsterdam Wiechmann Hotel. The location was probably perfect, sitting on the intersection of two canals, in the center of all the tourist sites, but in a basically quiet area with many restaurants and brown cafés. In 20 minutes or less, you could walk to just about every place you’d want to see in the city. Since we were travelling by car, we parked at the Park+Ride and took the tram to closest stop (more on that later).
We paid €733 for three nights for a family room on the 1st floor overlooking Prinsengracht canal (see photo). It had a double and two twin beds, lots of storage and original detail. The hotel appears to be 3 canal houses that were fused together as one. Our room was directly above the main lobby and entrance, but we never had an issue with noise from below. The bedrooms were probably the main parlor and ante-parlor of this floor with a windowed pocket door between the two rooms. The floor creaked and squeaked with every step. The bathroom was modern and very large, but had a wet floor shower – which basically was an indoor puddle by the time the 4th person took a shower.
There was free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. For breakfast (included), there was a typical European buffet – juices, yogurt, cereal, toast, tea and coffee in tiny cups, cold cuts and cheese. The best part of breakfast was watching the buzz of bicyclists outside the huge windows going about their business – to work, daycare, running errands, and (probably) returning home from clubbing the night before!
In general, I would say the property is a bit worn down but curiously eclectic in its decorations.

On parking, I read you could pay an arm and leg to park in the city and risk an accident trying to drive in the city, making the P+R highly attractive. Now with experience, while the former may be true, I would disagree with the latter. On the way to the hotel, we opted for the P+R (€1/day!) and attempted to get to the hotel by tram. We needed to switch lines to avoid a 20 minute walk with luggage to the hotel, but transferring meant navigating to the next corner of the very busy square during rush hour. After dragging our bags over cobbled streets and barley missing the next tram in our direction, we gave up and took a taxi for €8. On the final day, I went to the P+R by tram on my own, got the car, and picked up the family in front of the hotel. Driving was easier than advertised and I would recommend that plan for anyone with a car.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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2  Thank MrMente
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Reviewed 8 July 2014 via mobile

Our room was on the corner of the first floor. The room was very spacious and there was a nice deep tub in the bathroom. The young man who checked us in was the most helpful and outgoing of all the staff we encountered.

The hotel has no air-conditioning and without the windows open, it would have been very uncomfortable to sleep. And since our windows faced the canal, it was very noisy with them open. This street seems to always be busy! In the 2 days we were there, I got very little good sleep.

Also, typical of Amsterdam, the interior stairways are steep and treacherous.

The decor was a combination of nice old antiques, many with rather worn upholstery, and very dated, worn carpet and tacky bedspreads.

The breakfast was meager at best. We ate out the first morning but made due with boiled eggs and toast the 2nd morning.

While nothing was awful, I wouldn't stay here again.

Stayed: July 2014
Thank Marie V
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Reviewed 1 July 2014

We stayed two nights in this charming hotel in the canal district of Amsterdam. This was the perfect introduction to Europe for my husband. We had a corner room on the first floor overlooking the canals (the steps are very steep and narrow and not suitable for people with walking problems and large suitcases can be trying). The hotel was perfect. Opening the french doors you could watch Amsterdam go by at your feet with views down the Prinsengracht canal in both directions and several streets as well! It was a little noisy as people wandered home from a night out, but the position of the room well and truly made up for this. Close to all major tourist attractions. Breakfasts were excellent and staff friendly and helpful. The bathroom was small, but adequate. This is an older style hotel, but if you want character and charm in Amsterdam this is the place for you.

Room Tip: There are two rooms on the corner - go for one of them if you want to watch the world go by at your feet! They have 3 windows and face two directions.
  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Jenny H
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Wiechmann, Owner at Amsterdam Wiechmann Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 2 July 2014

You were lovely guests to have! Thank you.

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