- Spacious room
- Walk-in shower
Our Superior Rooms Triple rooms have an extra rollaway bed in the room. The rooms will give you a very spacious feeling due to the high ceilings and large windows with original features. The rooms are decorated with modern backboards with beautiful images of various themes. All superior rooms are located on the street side of the hotel.
- 2 Twin beds
- 1 Single bed
- max. 3 persons
- ± 29 m²
About this room
- Coffee machine
- Flat screen TV
Good to know
From 3 p.m
- Cancellation / Prepayment
Cancellation and prepayment conditions vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the terms and conditions of the room you selected.
- Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged €50 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of total guests in a room is 3.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
For a booking of more than 9 rooms, special conditions and extra supplementary charges may apply.
- Payment options
pleasant stay in this hotel
This hotel is very good, close to public transport to get anywhere in Amsterdam. The staff is perfect, the breakfast is particularly varied and plentiful. The room was clean and the bedding was comfortable.
Top Flight Hotel - Staff, Room, Location, Food
Excellent in all aspects. Our hotel, The Manor Amsterdam, was chosen by our tour arranger. The room was spotlessly clean, quiet, and well appointed. It had comfortable bed, in room safe, coffee machine, hot water kettle, separate bathroom with shower, etc. Breakfast was included and was a very nice self-serve cafeteria style. Everything seemed fresh and tasty with a variety of food styles for different cultures. The front desk reps were friendly and professional. They have a little market for beer, wine, water, snacks, etc. next to the front desk. It is well situated near tram lines that will take you all over Amsterdam. I have only good things to say about the Manor. It has stairs and an elevator. I would stay there again and recommend it to everybody.
4 night break
Got this hotel as a last minute deal from voyage prive and after checking prices it was a good price…usually they are not! Was impressed with the room and hotel but there were a few issues to mention, which have been mentioned before in previous reviews 🤔 The deluxe double room we had was too hot (even with the window open at its max. ) The room is not air conditioned, but has some other system, which gives you the impression it has. So we had to ask for a fan which luckily was not too noisy, but was not a very effective solution. We stayed mid week, so clearly quieter than normal, but even when arriving at 10 ish for breakfast, a lot of things were gone and not refilled. Lesson learnt: We went at 9.30 from then on 👍 Hot food was more or less the same everyday, but I asked for an omelette which was good. Observation with some of the staff was that that they were not overly friendly. I always find it strange that if customers are coming past you, why wouldn’t you raise your head, smile, and say hello? It may be a Dutch thing, as it was generally the case on most days, (apart from the cleaners who were always friendly and spoke to you!) So, Mr Manager tell your staff to make the effort. It does make a difference. We did have a drink in the bar but found it short staffed as had to track down the barman..he was nice though. Location fine and away from the hustle and bustle of the centre. Trams good but you have got to get used to the QR code app which is temperamental so initially can be stressful getting on and off. A coupe of good bars close by Defo you should use the hotel bikes and we went to Oudekirk along the River Amstel…fantastico and takes about 3 hrs with a coffee stop halfway in a most lovely cafe next to church / bridge (Bakker Out). Don’t read the bike T and Cs before you go though; most off putting. So in summary it was very good and with a few improvement could be excellent
A cozy stay in a clean and comforting atmosphere-a realistic review
I lived in a deluxe kingsize room and paid with taxes almost 650 euro. So it was not cheap, but not very expensive either. I have given 3+ stars, not because it was bad, but because 5 stars means something special, and would probably cost the double in Amsterdam. This hotel has potential to be a 4, but its not there because of some issues with the ventilation/smell. I think its important to be realistic, so I have also added a lot of pictures since I was asked by the hotel to leave a review. I will recommend this hotel to people looking for something quiet and comfortable. I can imagine that this hotel is perfect if your travelling with children. Positive: - friendly and service minded stab - Clean and spacious room - Nice to have a fridge and a coffee machine in the room. - Nice large bathroom with a bathtub - Very clean, and nice and clean sheets and towels - Large desk to work on - Nice sitting area and a small window - Comfortable bed - Interesting part of the city. Beautiful buildings and a place where also "regular" people live. - Oster park is so beautiful and close by (2 min.walk), and the tram stops right outside the door if you want to go somewhere. This is the most beautiful part of Amsterdam (my personal opinion). - A lot of stores and places to eat, pubs and cafes just outside your door. - Some of the rooms are really special-I got a room in the attic and it almost felt like being at home. - No drunk people, parties, very suitable for families with children and for people working. Very quiet during the night. - Nice little self service store in the lobby Negative: - Problems with ventilation, weird smell-turned it off and opened the window, and after one day it was great-no smell. But the smell was still there in the hallway. - In the hall, elevator and the stairs it feels a little like you are in an old school-a little "cold" - When I arrived the hall was very dirty and gave a bad impression - Feels a little expensive, but then again everything is expensive in Amsterdam, and I have nothing to compare with. Where I come from this price would give you a high end experience, this is not in that category.
Lovely hotel spacious rooms
Lovely hotel but we found getting two trams into the centre a bit time complicated at times .the rooms are a good size and it was very quiet .only it’s location for us let it down.we didn’t have breakfast but found a lovely little place near by to eat at the cottage .the room was cleaned daily