Park Plaza Vondel Hotel

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Park Plaza Vondel Hotel

, Amsterdam
Koninginneweg 34-36 - Amsterdam - 1075 CZ - Netherlands | (+31) (0)20 664 61 11
533 Traveller

Reviews - Park Plaza Vondel Hotel

Great hotel
Submitted by: Christine in 09/09/07
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Special Interest/Event
4 of us stayed here for 2 nights everything was excellent. The breakfast buffet was superb. Tram into the centre of Amsterdam just round the corner. Staff very helpful. Definately recommend this hotel.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Park Plaza Vondel Hotel

Nice enough

from MICH618
The staff was very nice. The room was clean and comfortable. Tram down the street was convenient. Neighborhood was mostly quiet, seems safe.
Would like to see them upgrade the computer setup, and do something about the stairs out front...2 ramps perhaps. With luggage its somewhat difficult.
Would stay here again....
but be careful in bath, floor was slippery.

A great base to explore Amsterdam

from A TripAdvisor Member
If you want a warm, clean, relatively quiet hotel that's within walking distance of the Centraal, Ramada is perfect. (We stayed at Ramada Hotel and Suites - there are 2 other Ramadas in Amsterdam.) If you can't be bothered to walk through the lovely Vondelpark, you can catch the Number 2 tram just up the road, on the opposite side from the hotel.
As the other reviews say, breakfast is expensive but this isn't a problem - turn left out of the hotel, take the first right down Emmastraat and there's an Albert Heijn supermarket. Here you can buy croissants, juice, beer, wine, bread, etc and even a bottle opener/corkscrew. Plates and cutlery are available for free in the small shop by reception.
For a decent evening meal, and the full 'gezellig' eating/drinking experience, walk up the Willemspark Straat to Pompa, a lovely little eatery.
(While you're online, go to for an excellent free map of the city. Don't be tight, print it all out.)
One small gripe. Be prepared to pay 'city tax' at the end of your stay. This is levied by the hotel and varies in amount. We stayed five nights and were charged 21 euros. Ouch.
The Ramada is well-located, in a pleasant neighbourhood and has polite, helpful staff.
Enjoy your trip!

Good value, but dont stay in room #48

from cdhtraveler
I have stayed at this hotel before, years ago when it was the Cok Hotel. Stayed in the "reception building" then, the room was a good value, nice view from back of hotel of Vondelpark. This time I stayed in the "other" building (no reception desk) the room was clean, had a nice view of Vondelpark. The room really nothing fancy, bed was okay, great heating system. The BIGGEST complaint I will have with Room #48 is the elevator shaft is right next door - this has to be one of the noisiest elevators ever! You could hear it stop on EVERY floor, and was particularly busy between 12am and 2am for some reason - folks must stay out late!
If you are a VERY sound sleeper, then take #48 by all means. It is on top floor, so you won't be disturbed by anyone above!
The #2 streetcar convenient and stops less than 1/2 block away (Emmastraat) - there arent many bakeries nearby to get a morning quickie/snack. The bagged breakfast from the hotel ($15 euro) was okay. There was a small fridge in the room too. Other minors - the built-in alarm clock (looks like from the 1980's) does not work, and do bring your own washcloths - they apparently don't provide here.

Can not recommend

from A TripAdvisor Member
Booked a non smoking room. Was told upon arrival that only smoking rooms were available. Room itself is sufficient size, however, not enough light whatsoever. Staff impersonal and not at all helpful. Internet service is available in lobby, however, I had to pay 10 Euros for 45 minutes. Internet connection was a dial up, so VERY SLOW. Did not eat breakfast at hotel. 15 Euros to steep. Save your money and take the tram to Leidenstein (spelling?) and eat at the Pancake House. No American outlets available (was prepared for that, but thought I should still point that out). Could not in good faith ever recommend this hotel. Left after 2 nights and booked into a Best Western by the airport. That hotel was a 100% better.

A fine place a little outside the city centre

from NY_Londoners
We were given a room in the same building as reception, towards the back of the building. It was quiet, clean and the decor suited our taste (modern and efficient).

Though the location is a bit outside the city centre, it is very convenient to the #2 tram and walking distance to the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh museum. After a day with the crowds in town it was nice to get some quiet at night. Though we only dropped into to Vondelpark it was literally on our doorstep.

The staff were efficient, helpful and generally friendly.

Breakfast was a bit steep at EUR 15 per person - we didn't eat at the hotel but we saw why they can charge a lot as there isn't any place nearby to eat in the morning.

Overall we enjoyed our stay.

Perfectly acceptable

from issyK
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights in July 2005, in the same building as the check-in lobby. The room was fairly new and clean, with modern bathroom trimmings.
The best part was discovering what a great neighborhood was to stay while visiting Amsterdam. It is quiet, upscale, residential, right near Vondel Park, allowing us a quiet respite from the rest of the city. At the same time, you are close enough via the frequent trams to explore all the tourist trapping as you wish.

Value In An Upscale Neighborhood

from qenzen
A very nice budget hotel in a upscale neighborhood. I booked a single room (#452) which was both clean and quiet. The room is towards the backside away from the tram which runs on the front street. There was no air conditioning which could have been an issue if I stayed in the room all day as it was hot outside. I left the window open at night which made the room comfortable for sleeping. The breakfast was well made though the menu was not expensive. Vondelpark is a block away and well worth a stroll or bike ride through.

A good choice for the budget traveler.

erm rooms good corridors not very

from crew22
just been reading the reviews when i can across the 3rd one down and am amazed that someone else noticed the smell!!! i thought that it was just me. we did have a good room though it was in the basement and the GLASS bathroom door wouldnt lock however the room was massive it was a smoking room however none of us that stayed there smoked.
I thought the hotel was really far out as it took nearly 1 hour to walk to damm square but we cant really complain as we were upgraded to this hotel for free so not all bad but more out of the Leidsplien than i wanted to be really.
But Breakfasts were good and bar is reasonably prices with a little varanda out to the back.
Tram were very reqular so that made it good and there is a nice takeaway down the road cant remember name but starts with an A that is great value for money as we couldnt find any food in the hotel.
But the rooms are ok not priveate with the door and the staff are really great as they will do anything for you.
Its worth going to if you dont want to stay in Amsterdam city.
one good thing is you can have free breakfats in bed!!!!! always a good thing!

Dozens of great stays - professional traveler

from A TripAdvisor Member
From our FIRST "honeymoon visit" in 1988, until my last visit in 2000,
the COK hotel has always been my favorite (12+ times). Living in MEM,
we're forced to use AMS as our gateway to Europe & Asia. Whether its
a stop on the way to Beijing, Tokyo, or Kiev the COK is a great en route
stop inbound/outbound our destination. With a great breakfast and
excellent rooms ranging from "economy/multiperson" to charming small
rooms in the attic and basement, the COK is the GREATEST. It's on the
#2 tram from the Central Station @ Emmastrasse next to the Vondelpark
and good local restaurants. Also a short tram stop to stores and banks.


from orchidella
Last year we stayed 3 nights at the" Ramada hotel and suites". When we arrived, they wanted to give us a tiny room in the attic storey with a gigantic dormer window, which couldn't be opened (It looked like an attic room for domestics - terrible)! There was only a purple curtain as protection against the sun. Because there isn't any A/C, it was terribly hot in the room.
When we said that we don't agree, they wanted to fob us off with a ventilator. Only when we demanded another room firmly, they gave us a "normal" room.
This room was a little bigger but the noise from the street was very loud! There were no double bed but only two single beds which were shoved together.
There surely are better hotels in Amsterdam primarily more nearly to the town! This hotel was a disappointment!

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  • Address: Koninginneweg 34-36 - Amsterdam - 1075 CZ - Netherlands
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