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Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam

4 Stars

Noorderstraat 46 Amsterdam NL-1017 TV


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Cleanliness 3
Facilities 3
Service 3
Location 4
Pricing 3
Overall 3.2
Recently remodeled, the Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam is a tasteful and elegant choice for accommodations, whether you are visiting the city for business or pleasure. Classy, yet unpretentious, the hotel allows pets. Enjoy your stay in the heart of Amsterdam by taking in the opera at Stopera, visit the Rijksmuseum, or the more adventurous can stroll over to the famous Red Light District.

Location
On a quiet side street, away from the hustle and bustle, you are within close proximity to numerous bars, shops, and museums. Private parking spaces are available for a small fee.

Rooms
With 92 well-designed rooms, all of the accommodations have a minibar, phone, cable TV, radio, air conditioning, and safe. Wi-fi is available for a small additional cost.

Restaurant
Although there is no on-site restaurant, the Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam offers the Golden Age Bar, which is a relaxing setting for enjoying a glass of wine or a cocktail after a long day exploring the Anne Frank House or the the Stedelijk Museum. The bar opens at 5pm.

General
Close to the canals where you can take a boat tour of the city, the Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam is a quiet, tranquil option for accommodations. The attentive, personalized staff will be sure to do whatever they can to make your stay in Amsterdam a pleasant one.

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Internet Access - Wireless
  • Pets Allowed
  • Lobby
  • Reception

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Mini Bar
  • Telephone
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Radio
  • Wireless Internet Access

Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam Guest Reviews (19)


Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam
3 out of 5

So the hotel is well located to my taste, close to rijksmuseum, jordaan, vondelpark, leidseplein, rembrandtplein. Got upgraded to a privilege room upon arrival which turned out to be pretty tiny (but hey, that's Amsterdam). How small is the regular room? Bed is very comfortable, window has shutters from inside and no curtains. Heating is located behind shutters so when you close them it doesn't really get to the room (brilliant design, did they pay for it?). Nice large flat screen LED TV. Wireless connection worked flawlessly. Buffet breakfast tasty with good variety but pricy at 18.5 euros pp. Desk very small and cluttered with coffee/tea tray and hotel flyers etc... so no room for laptop. Had to move some stuff on the floor. Lighting in the room kinda dim, some people like that. Plenty of parking spots in hotel courtyard. Price was good though. IF (big if) I go back it would be for the price.

Tattooz wrote on December 28, 2012


Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam
3 out of 5

The location was good and away from tourist crowds. My only complaint was the carpets in the hotel halls and our room where filthy with stains. It was obvious the carpets had not been clean for a long time, and during our stay our room carpet was not vacuumed or at lease hit with a broom. The room walls needed painting and chips of paint and marks indicated painting was long over due. I was rather surprised for the four star rating and cost for the room, I felt the rating and cost was way over rated.

Denny A wrote on August 25, 2012


Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam
4 out of 5

My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights - it was booked as a 4* but on arrival turned out to be a 3* which was disappointing. We had room 307 which was small, dark due to the paint colour and small window , we had to ask for extra towels on arrival - it was very clean and the bed was very comfortable , excellent choice of tv channels - my only complaint would be the lack of light and no mirrors by plugs - ok for men but ladies wanting to get dressed whilst the other half is in the small bathroom mi8ght have an issue. The brfeakfast facilities and the bar were very good and stylish with all the staff being very friendly and chatty - top marks to the Russian bar steward. Location was in a quiet street although at the time of our stay building work was going on at a neighbouring property and work started at 7am- easy to walk to all sights Reiksmuseam very close and some good bars and restaurants less than 10mins away

KLBOS wrote on June 15, 2012


Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam
4.2 out of 5

overall good, clean , well located hotel. Off the beatan path a bit but not too much. The beds were not very firm or comfortable and not much room in the room itself, but a good size , very clean bathroom with a great shower!

Julie Byrne wrote on April 13, 2010


Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam
3.2 out of 5

nice enough hotel but not that close to city centre but close to Heiniken factory its down a side street so felt like a back alley when first finding hotel nice enough

James Gill wrote on January 15, 2010


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3.2 out of 5
Cleanliness3 out of 5
Facilities3 out of 5
Service3 out of 5
Location4 out of 5
Pricing3 out of 5

Mercure Arthur Frommer Hotel Amsterdam Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

So the hotel is well located to my taste, close to rijksmuseum, jordaan, vondelpark, leidseplein, rembrandtplein. Got upgraded to a privilege room upon arrival which turned out to be pretty tiny (but hey, that's Amsterdam). How small is the regular room? Bed is very comfortable, window has shutters from inside and no curtains. Heating is located behind shutters so when you close them it doesn't really get to the room (brilliant design, did they pay for it?). Nice large flat screen LED TV. Wireless connection worked flawlessly. Buffet breakfast tasty with good variety but pricy at 18.5 euros pp. Desk very small and cluttered with coffee/tea tray and hotel flyers etc... so no room for laptop. Had to move some stuff on the floor. Lighting in the room kinda dim, some people like that. Plenty of parking spots in hotel courtyard. Price was good though. IF (big if) I go back it would be for the price.

Review by: Tattooz
Date stayed December 28, 2012

3 out of 5

The location was good and away from tourist crowds. My only complaint was the carpets in the hotel halls and our room where filthy with stains. It was obvious the carpets had not been clean for a long time, and during our stay our room carpet was not vacuumed or at lease hit with a broom. The room walls needed painting and chips of paint and marks indicated painting was long over due. I was rather surprised for the four star rating and cost for the room, I felt the rating and cost was way over rated.

Review by: Denny A
Date stayed August 25, 2012

4 out of 5

My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights - it was booked as a 4* but on arrival turned out to be a 3* which was disappointing. We had room 307 which was small, dark due to the paint colour and small window , we had to ask for extra towels on arrival - it was very clean and the bed was very comfortable , excellent choice of tv channels - my only complaint would be the lack of light and no mirrors by plugs - ok for men but ladies wanting to get dressed whilst the other half is in the small bathroom mi8ght have an issue. The brfeakfast facilities and the bar were very good and stylish with all the staff being very friendly and chatty - top marks to the Russian bar steward. Location was in a quiet street although at the time of our stay building work was going on at a neighbouring property and work started at 7am- easy to walk to all sights Reiksmuseam very close and some good bars and restaurants less than 10mins away

Review by: KLBOS
Date stayed June 15, 2012

4.2 out of 5

overall good, clean , well located hotel. Off the beatan path a bit but not too much. The beds were not very firm or comfortable and not much room in the room itself, but a good size , very clean bathroom with a great shower!

Review by: Julie Byrne
Date stayed April 13, 2010

3.2 out of 5

nice enough hotel but not that close to city centre but close to Heiniken factory its down a side street so felt like a back alley when first finding hotel nice enough

Review by: James Gill
Date stayed January 15, 2010

4 out of 5

Excellent hotel. No problems.

Review by: John Bradley
Date stayed June 20, 2005

4.6 out of 5

Nearly excellent!

Review by: Peter Mikulecky
Date stayed February 11, 2004

4.4 out of 5

A well-renovated old building with easy access to the city centre. The male receptionist was absolutely spot on in his role of knowing the customers by name in a short time and speaking 4 languages in the space of 5 minutes. His style and manners were exemplary. An excellent stopping place for a short break.

Review by: Douglas Scott
Date stayed February 5, 2004

4.4 out of 5

I have stayed twice in this location a great friendly hotel you would find hard to beat. The added knowledge of Armin the barman he is great fun helps with any tourism challenges you have. kevin taylor

Review by: kevin taylor
Date stayed January 27, 2004

3.8 out of 5

The shower system needed some attention. It had lost almost of all of it's power and provided a very small output. This however was my only complaint. The room was nice and the breakfast facilities were good

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 6, 2004

4.4 out of 5

Very pleasant hotel in a quiet location, just a walking distance from some most attractive places like the Leidsplein, Singel or river Amstel. I would warmly recommend it.

Review by: Daniela Ponce
Date stayed November 16, 2003

4 out of 5

Close to centre and museums etc. ideal for a short stay

Review by: Robert Davidson
Date stayed June 1, 2003

3.8 out of 5

We were very happy with our choice of Hotel in Amsterdam, although slightly out of the centre we found this not to be a problem as we explored more of the city than we expected to. The hotel rooms were larger than average especially for a city centre hotel & the bathrooms very clean & bright. Breakfast was ample and again very good choice for a 3* Hotel.

Review by: Jeff Cullerton
Date stayed May 17, 2003

5 out of 5

extremely pleased with the facilities, location, cleanliness, food, friendliness of staff - not one complaint could be made - would recommend it definately (especially to mother-in-law who is known for her fussiness)

Review by: Susan Lee
Date stayed April 4, 2003

3.8 out of 5

Nice Quiet location but limited for choice of restaurants in immediate area.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed April 2, 2003

4.8 out of 5

This hotel was an excellent choice. It is far enough out of the noisy immediate city centre but within walking distance of most of the cultural activities. Transport so convenient. The room had everything one could wish for, except perhaps the luxury of a tea/coffee making facility especially as the only meal provided is breakfast. However, eating out is so easy and nearby. The staff could not be more pleasant and helpful. Both my husband and I would certainly recommend this hotel.

Review by: Kathleen McAnespie
Date stayed March 24, 2003

4.4 out of 5

Neat and tidy Hotel. Situated away from the hustle and bustle but close to the Tramway (lines 16,24 & 25)for easy access. Very good breakfast.

Review by: Robert Horn
Date stayed March 15, 2003

4.6 out of 5

Excellent all round hotel in quiet area - not to far to walk to anywhere of interest, friendly staff, nice room and bar, would certainly re-visit

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed November 21, 2002

4.6 out of 5

We enjoyed our stay - thought the receptionists were well informed and helpful - would certainly stay there again. One small point - it would be a wonderful to be able to make tea or coffee in the rooms - I realise that this is not normal on the Contintent as it is in the U.K. but perhaps one brave hotelier will take a chance and provide it.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed November 17, 2002

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