The stay at Hotel Albus?
Hotel Albus is as vibrant as Amsterdam truly is. Judging just from the décor, it's a fun and sexy place to stay!
Located right outside the Albus, you'll find pretty much everything you're looking for in the vicinity. Bars, coffee shops, museums, clubs, great dining restaurants, canals, trams lines, bike rentals, or a short walk to Rembrandt's for lots of shopping! There are a lot of options when staying at The Albus. If you don't know where to head, ask the front desk staff. They have a bunch of great references or directions to where you want to go as well as offering a free trams line map of Amsterdam. The front desk staff couldn't have been more helpful and caring! They just want you to have a wonderful stay in Amsterdam and make sure you have everything you need to do that!
We stayed in the family suite with the sofa bed. The room was VERY spacious and our daughter had plenty of room to run around! Something she surely needed after all the flights we took in Europe! The suite offers two bathrooms with showers and one with an all-white standing tub. One amazing amenity we really loved is that The Albus offers a FREE travel buddy smartphone! This definitely came in handy when we were exploring the city of Amsterdam. We could easily locate directions when our phones didn't work without wifi. You're also allowed unlimited international calls and text from the travel buddy phone! How cool is that?! Not many hotels accommodate free international calls or a free smartphone. The Albus also supplied the room with a free a coffee making machine, bathrobes, slippers, flat screen TV, desk, and toiletries. The only item that's not free in the room is an awesome Heineken dispenser! You have to pay 10 Euros for each refill but it's sure worth the money and will save you some cash rather than going to an outside bar!
Staying at The Albus sure felt like home. When we return to Amsterdam, we would gladly return to The Albus. It's great for families and young adults and I recommend staying here for the convenience of getting around and the hotel's positive vibes.
Staying at the Albus Hotel is definitely the ideal location to stay in. Its perfect for families and young adults. Tourist attractions, supermarkets, coffee shops, food, bike rentals, and whatever else your heart desires are all within walking/biking distance. Hotel Albus is also 1 block from the Bloemenmarkt (The Flower Market). The Rembrandtplein transit station is a short walk to the square to many tram lines to many other neighborhoods as well.
How to get to and from your hotel?
Babysitting or childcare (surcharge)
Cribs/infant beds (complimentary)
Self parking (surcharge), Valet parking (surcharge)
Hypo-allergenic bedding available
Free bottled water
Coffee/Tea maker/Espresso maker in room
Connecting/adjoining rooms available
In-room safe (laptop compatible)
Dry cleaning/laundry service
Where to eat?
The options are endless in this location.
Senses- is an on-site restaurant that serves a mouthwatering breakfast buffet. Senses restaurant offers an amazing lunch and dinner menu made from organic ingredients. Also in the lobby of the Albus, you could find the bar if your in a need of a drink.
Suffren Holding B.V- If you have a sweet tooth, make sure you stop by here! Their chocolate cover waffles, churros, and gelato are to die for!
Things to do close by?
Things you should know?
You'll be asked to pay the following charges at the property:
However, charges can vary, based on length of stay or the room you book.
Fee for continental breakfast: EUR 19 per person (approximately)
Self parking fee: EUR 36 per night
Valet parking fee: EUR 35 per day
Late check-out fee: EUR 50
Direct bookers can benefit of the following (so only booking that are directly made through Albus website) -25% discount on breakfast, Free late check-out, & Free room upgrade (based upon availability).
"Just play. Have fun. Enjoy the game."
Enjoy your stay at The Albus Hotel and all the entertainment you'll find in Amsterdam. Book directly on the The Albus Hotel website to book your room now!