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Hotel Seven one Seven
Ranked #90 of 372 Hotels in Amsterdam
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 11 April 2012

Wonderful hotel, suite, service and location!

Indeed, one of the best properties in Amsterdam, not to be missed!

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 10 April 2012

An excellent experience. We were greeted warmly with a glass on wine when we arrived at 11pm and instantly felt at home in the comfortable lounge and library. We enjoyed looking at all the quirky art and artefacts on display. So much more interesting than a chain hotel. We stayed 2 nights in the Tolkien suite which was large and comfortably furnished with a king sized bed, large sofa and plenty of seating areas. No canal view but it had high ceilings and lots of light. The bed was very comfortable and bed linen top quality. Bathroom was not very modern but was big enough with a separate bath and shower and was spotlessly clean. Throughout our stay the service was exemplary with staff on hand to bring glasses of wine, tea, cakes and biscuits whenever we requested and all complimentary. Can't fault it really. We'll definitely be back.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 March 2012

fantastic customer service. nothing too much trouble. beautifully restored canal house, relaxing surroundings, lvely rooms and a really nice breakfast. tea and biscuits when we arrived at 11am, bottle of wine at 5pm and snacks , hot chocolate in china cups before bed. Holland Heaven.

Room Tip: we didnt need a canal view, the mahler room was excellent
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  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 March 2012

from first minute every thing was perfect , great staff , very helpful , not snooty . Lovely room , top shower and most comfortable bed . Lovely breakfast with lots fresh fruit , pastrys , cheese and great coffee . Afternoon tea outside [ chocolates and biscuits ] . Then wine in our suite with more snacks . Plus a near perfect location , the canals , the boutiques , the museums , all are just there . Romantic and perfect .

Room Tip: in lizst in base ment , only one set of steep stairs and next to patio , so it was like having own p...
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  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 20 March 2012

From the moment we arrived in the morning, the welcome and service was excellent. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful which enabled us to feel relaxed and comfortable throughout our stay. My husband and I were celebrating our wedding anniversary and spent ages searching for a hotel. If you want uniformity and standardisation then this may not be for you. The stairs are steep in the old houses of Amsterdam! However if you want a unique luxury experience, where your individuality counts and is respected then come here! We loved it.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 March 2012

On arrival our bags were taken to the room while we sat in one of the beautifully decorated reception rooms and checked in over welcoming coffee and cakes. Staying in the Mahler suite which is on the second floor facing into the garden patio away from the canal side we enjoyed a delightful quiet and relaxing weekend.
Service was great, plenty of anytime drinks and snacks provided with a selection of good wines also on offer. The surrounding area is bustling in itself and located well for most other places of interest to be within walking distance.

Breakfast started with fresh fruit, orange juice and of course good coffee or tea. Following on with eggs done to your own request (though i did ask for a poached egg and got a fried one) plus ham, bacon etc all served with a basket of various breads, toast and croissants.

Our stay was perfect we would happily return to this lovely, discreet and eclectically furnished hotel.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 24 February 2012

We booked using Expedia only to be told on arrival that the booking had failed (despite our confirmation). Expedia doesn't usually get it wrong!! The hotel was cold, damp and unwelcoming. Four flights of death defying near vertical stairs led us to a weird room. The welcome bottle of champagne in the room had been emptied and the foil put back, presumably to help poorer guests imagine what champagne might look like.

In the morning of our enforced departure, they offered to get us a taxi. We tried to have breakfast while waiting and wondered if we would have time for a boiled egg after a sad and tired apology for a fruit salad ( it looked like it had had a worse nights sleep than we had!). We needn't have worried, we'd have had time for a slow cooked hog roast. The taxi still hasn't arrived as yet. They offered us a free nights stay as compensation. I don't think so! At 400 euros a night, avoid at all costs...

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12  Thank snowqueen75
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Seven_one_Seven, General Manager at Hotel Seven one Seven, responded to this reviewResponded 2 March 2012

We are very sorry to hear,that your stay did not meet your expectations.The hotel is situated in a monumental building of the 17th century and has a rustic atmospere which did not please you.
Regarding your remark on the steep chairs ,those are original and part of the eperience.
Our team is always more willing to help our guests with their luguage.
Seven one Seven is a Boutique Design Hotel with 9 suites.The breakfast is served a la carte,not a standard international buffet some of our guests are used to.

Both Expedia and we made a huge effort to minimise your inconvenience befor your arrival,which was turned down.
After your stay you even received a generouw compensation from both parties.
So again we apologise that the experience was not what you expected .

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Address: Prinsengracht 717, 1017 JW Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Region: The Netherlands > North Holland Province > Amsterdam > Rembrandtplein
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Suites
Hotel Style:
#2 Business Hotel in Amsterdam
#19 Family Hotel in Amsterdam
#27 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
#60 Luxury Hotel in Amsterdam
Price Range: £282 - £470 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Hotel Seven one Seven 5*
Number of rooms: 9
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Exclusive private guest house in the heart of the city with Amsterdam's major attractions at walking distance. As our guest - either for business or pleasure - you will experience the unique combination of staying in a 19th-century building with all the contemporary amenities of today. Our main purpose hereby is to create a relaxed atmosphere and ‘A feeling of home away from home'. We look forward welcoming you! ... more   less 
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