The Manor Amsterdam

Trendy hotel at 7 minutes from the center

The Manor Amsterdam is situated in a unique building in Amsterdam-Oost: the former Burgerziekenhuis (hospital). This historic building on the Linnaeusstraat was renovated in 2011 into a trendy hotel with luxury rooms and its own Italian restaurant, Enoteca. The hotel is easy to reach by car or public transport. And by tram, bus or bike, you’ll be right in the centre of the city in 7 minutes. Enoteca’s terrace is a great place. You can enjoy sitting in the sun with a perfect view and delicious drinks and snacks on the table. 

Hotel reviews

TripAdvisor rating
                        4.0 from 2256 reviews

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating. Based on 2256 reviews.

Excellent
42.6% 960
Very good
43.6% 983
Average
10.9% 246
Poor
1.9% 43
Terrible
1.1% 24
  • Sleep Quality 4.5
  • Location 4.0
  • Rooms 4.5
  • Service 4.5
  • Value 4.0
  • Cleanliness 4.5

great loacation

nice old building. very friendly reception. the most ugliest hotel from the inside. there is no love and no harmony. the rooms are ok but the shower is a hazard. there is a small plateau where you have to shower so you can break your neck when you dont pay attention. and trust me. in the morning i dont pay atention to different sorts of height in a badtub...

jms_bnd 3

Good meeting spaces and comfortable rooms

I was here for a workshop. The bedroom was quite large and the meeting room and lunch was good. Only negative aspect was the limited restaurant menu - and the fact that they couldn't serve pizza despite it being on the room service menu.

mzungubabe 4

Not Bad.

A good, middle of the road, place to stay. The rooms are a good size, though a little shabby. I enjoyed being able to open the window to let a little fresh air in. The staff are mostly pretty friendly and the food is good. The only niggles were a couple of silly design decisions in the room. The room is either "on" or "off" depending on if you have your card in the slot, if the card is in there is "mood lighting" which you can't turn off, if it's out nothing works. So you can't read in bed then switch off the bedside light, you have to get up and pull the card. There are two TVs in the room, but I couldn't actually figure out how to turn the second one off, so it sat there, gently glowing all night (even with the card out). These are little things really, but I guess that's what separates the average from the good.

aklcraigc 4