by Jiri222 on Aug 22, 2014Hotel
This hotel is just bed and breakfast. Don´t expect nothing more. The room I get was so small I almost could turn until I closed the door. Anyway all was
clean and usable. I could sleep which means there was some noise but acceptable.
Breakfast was standard continental. Everything made of artificial products. For a night during business trip is this hotel OK but don´t expect nothing more...
Hotel has a good location to travel into Amsterdam center or other parts of this magical city.
by Carla S on Aug 31, 2014Hotel
For the price the Belfort charges, they give exactly what you pay for. It's very simple, very basic. The rooms are clean enough but not sparkling, and there is the must of humidity everywhere that gets into one's clothing and belongings. It's far from the center of town, in a kind of suburban enclave, so you must expect to spend time in traveling. But the staff was enormously helpful and knowledgeable about their city. They all spoke perfect English -- one girl named Yu, who has never been to the States or to England, said she got her Minnesota accent (I kid you now!) from watching American television. Indeed, the room was equipped with a tiny 1980's style television hooked to a cable that played at least four channels of nonstop American television, shown either with Dutch subtitles or without explanation. The entire time I was there, the large flat-screen television in the lobby played nonstop football games with commentary in English. The internet is only in the lobby, which is a bit of a strain if you are trying to stay in touch with the outside world, and the room is so cramped there'd be no place to put your computer if there were a connection there. Overall, this is a place that should be rated 2-star (furniture is old, worn; carpeting is worn and dingy) but has 3, for reasons I could not discern. (After my 2-star hotel in Paris, I am guessing any place without bedbugs gets three stars? The Belfort definitely has NO bedbugs!) I am going to rate this place poor, but if it had two stars, then I'd rate it average.
by Sioned M on Aug 27, 2014Hotel
first impressions are everything and for this hotel they were shocking just like our room. our room was tiny and looked like a hotel. we had damp stained curtains, moldy windows and shower, some kind of foam coming out of the fire alarm (not safe!) and to finish off on our last day there was a frequent smell of sewage. on the upside we did have free WiFi, TV and the beds were clean.
by Diana Silvia B on Aug 25, 2014Hotel
I never stay before in a 3stars hotel so poor, old, neglected! The hotel is classified with 3stars, but in other country this hotel certain can"t win 2stars.
The first think when arrived in hotel was a great disappointing.
The "restaurant" were we served breakfast have tables from ancient time. Breakfast was so poor!
Don't booked this hotel if you want human standards!
by clk9886 on Sep 02, 2014Hotel
My $150 Philip razor got stolen on the 3rd of our stay at this hotel. We've been traveling and stayed at different hotels in the last 20 some years. This
was the first time our personal stuff got stolen and it happened at this hotel.
The room is very small. The hotel advertised it has triple room but using the double room instead. This made the room very very small. There were no desk or table. We had to put our luggage on bed to open it.
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