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Reviews - Hotel Okura Amsterdam

Ferdinand Bolstraat 333 , Amsterdam, 1072 LH
Hotel Okura Amsterdam is unlike any hotel you have ever visited. Attention has been paid to every single detail to ensure the warmest possible welcome.

Sensational decor, plush fabrics, luxurious furnishings and vibrant colours gracefully mingle to make you feel completely at home. When it comes to relaxation, nothing can beat the Okura Amsterdam.

The hotel has a state-of-the-art health club with saunas, Jacuzzi, Turkish bath, a fully equipped fitness centre and an 18-metre indoor swimming pool.

This hotel offers ample variety in restaurants and bars. Discover culinary delights from around the world at the four fabulous restaurants or enjoy a drink at one of the two charming bars. The hotel is the only hotel in Europe that is awarded with 2 Michelin-stars for two different cuisines. Enjoy traditional Japanese food in Michelin-star awarded Yamazato or Japanese Teppanyaki in Sazanka.

Not far from Hotel Okura Amsterdam are the Albert Cuyp Market, RAI Convention Centre, Museum Quarter and the Heineken Experience.

In November 2010 this hotel received the Netherlands' Leading Business Hotel Award.
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85% recommended this accommodation to a friend 85% would stay again
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Amsterdam Okura
We had a lovely few days at the Okura Amsterdam the hotel was lovely right by the canal, the room was lovely, clean and bright and the staff very friendly and helpful, the only thing I did find that all food and drink in the hotel was very expensive but very nice the only extra included in my stay was the parking.

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Debra F

From Colchester, England
Who stayed in July 2014

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Great hotel
Lovely hotel but some very minor points;
Wifi - I can get free Wifi in McDonalds or a Holiday Inn, why not here (24 hours free then a hefty charge)? It's also very slow.
Coffee - Pod machine in room but limited pods and extras are charged for.
A five-star hotel shouldn't be nickel and diming guests, makes it feel cheap.

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G Hickman

From Glasgow, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

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A LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN
Excellent hotel for that special break. Nothing is too much trouble for the staff who are helpful and pleasant. The room was spacious and well equipped with a fantastic bathroom. Bikes can be hired from the hotel to explore Amsterdam. Tea on the terrace was so relaxing - didn't want to leave.

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steven s

From UK
Who stayed in August 2013

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A bit too expensive for the little things
Such a beautiful hotel, recently refurbished it felt luxurious and the staff were very polite and really helpful. The only problem was the room was a little bit too smart for its own good and it took a while to work out what was what - how to refill the nespresso machine, how to work the night light ( this had to stay on in order for the one in the bathroom to stay on otherwise if you got up in the night to use the loo the bathroom light illuminated the whole room as it was a window partitioned bathroom with a blind). While I don't mind paying for genuine quality I was irritated to be charged 6 euors for a small bottle of water which in most good hotels is complimentary, when you ran out of tea and coffee you could get more at an extra cost, everything was extra cost and an inflated cost which ended up irritating me beyond belief and took the edge of our stay. A bit of a shame - I was quite relieved to get to the airport Hilton who upgraded us on arrival and there was a complimentary large bottle of water waiting and a good stash of tea, coffee and milk, we were on the executive floor where the drinks and food were complimentary and a 100 euros less it is not about the cost it is about value for money and not being taken the mickey out of.

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Elizabeth R

From Norwich, England
Who stayed in December 2012

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