by terkin_web on Jun 26, 2015Hotel
Its very close to the tram stop, so it will get you 10-15 min to get to the center. Rooms are clean. A bit too loud at the morning and
breakfast not really good, but its cheap, so I expected this. It was the cheapest one with 3bed's room
by Graham L on Jun 13, 2015Hotel
The room was clean and tidy although one of the lamps above the bed was broken (room 219).
The description on Amoma.com stated among other things that individually controlled air-conditioning, a safe and tea/coffee facilities were standard, but none of those features were provided.
As others have said, the walls are quite thin, and one of my 3 nights in this hotel was spoiled by guests in room 217 being loud between the hours of 01:45 until almost 05:00 which I didn't appreciate but figured what the hell, it is not a crime to enjoy yourself when on holiday, they didn't make a murmur the following night!
Breakfast is highly recommended!! There is a huge range to choose from, 3 types of sliced meat, sliced cheese, a variety of brown or white rolls and sliced bread, toasters and toasted sandwich makers were provided along with cereals, milk, tea, coffee, margarine, butter and jams.
The place would benefit from some TLC and renovation, but overall, for the price and location, I would use it again. Trams run between 05:30 till 00:30 publically and return to the depot outside of these times so there is actually only about 4 hours tram free, and they are surprisingly noisy when you are trying to sleep!!
One final point, the mattress was very soft, which might suit some people, but I suffer with my back, and personally, I would have preferred it to have been a little firmer.
by Billy S on May 20, 2015Hotel
I think the hotel Belfort has a bad reputation, which doesn't surprise me as it's not that great of a hotel.
But people need to realise that it's not the Hilton, it's a budget hotel in a good location, that offers pretty much everything that a tourist ect would need in a hotel.
Please bear in mind that this review is based on my stay, so rooms might differ, but I enjoyed my five day stay.
It's in a good location not far from the city centre and other great places.
The rooms, albeit outdated, are clean and respectable and cleaned almost daily.
The staff are helpful (if you need a taxi or other needs ect)
The beds are clean and comfortable
The shower was nice, for pressure and heat
They offer breakfast.
The places needs a renovation ASAP!
There are a lot of rundown and broken facilities/utilities
This place is stuck in the 90's, the wallpaper and almost everything else needs updating.
The balconies could do with a clean and makeover so we can sit outside!
Although they offer free wifi, it's only available in the lobby.
This place is good value for money, if you're looking to do Amsterdam on the cheap then look no further.
If I stay in Amsterdam again I might look to a hotel directly in the city centre but if I don't get lucky, financially wise, then the Belfort is defiantly on the cards.
by erkkak2015 on Jun 25, 2015Hotel
Hotel was decent, clean enough and easily accessible. Rooms were not pretty but they were functional. WiFi-system was renewed during our stay, after which it started working in the room.
Quality of breakfast was acceptable, but not very good.
Big minus for extremely poor soundproofing on room doors. You could hear everything from the hallway (and probably vice versa).
by Dunja S on May 29, 2015Hotel
Hotel live is much worse than it looks on photos, but it is enough for few days, has everything you need. Staff is also very good and helpful. Walls are not very thick, so you can hear everything what people talk in the room next to you.
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