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Hotel Okura Amsterdam

Hotel Okura Amsterdam


Country: Nederland

City: Amsterdam

Address: Ferdinand Bolstraat 333, Oud Zuid, 1072 LH Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Phone number: +31206787111


Just a great awakening!
Just a great awakening!
Hotel Okura Amsterdam entrance... Honestly this hotel is ...
Hotel Okura Amsterdam entrance... Honestly this hotel is ...
Going Japanese in Amsterdam
Going Japanese in Amsterdam
Weekend at hotel okura, diner at Yamazato. Thanks for thi...
Weekend at hotel okura, diner at Yamazato. Thanks for thi...
a 5 star Superior hotel in Amsterdam.  Did you ...
a 5 star Superior hotel in Amsterdam.  Did you ...
Home away from home for a few days
Home away from home for a few days
 Awarded with two Michelin stars for the 10th year in a r...
Awarded with two Michelin stars for the 10th year in a r...
Next time you’re in the Netherlands, why not try Yamazato...
Next time you’re in the Netherlands, why not try Yamazato...


We visited Amsterdam for my wife’s birthday weekend. We stayed at the Okura Hotel, had dinner at one of their restaurants and enjoyed their spa facilities and a wonderful massage. They truly were the cherry on top of the pie, the attention to detail, amazing service and super friendly staff. The location is also superb, underground parking and very close to the center of Amsterdam makes this a must when visiting
Review by 282stijnr

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The best service I have experienced
We stayed elsewhere for a weekend in Amsterdam, but visited Okura twice - on Saturday for a lunch at Yamazato, and on Sunday for a spa treatment at Nagomi Spa and for a late lunch at Serre before heading to the airport. Both Yamazato and Serre were mindblowing - especially as we are Japanese cuisine lovers (take the Toro, the fatty tuna nigiri, at Yamazato) and like ”upscale bistro-type” places (the surf&turf lobster and tartar at Serre is fantastic!). We enjoyed very much also the spa, where we had a swim and a hotstone massage treatment. Complimentary apricot and cherry juice was served prior to the massage. However, the best part of the whole (fantastic) experience was the excellent service in all of these places. This culminated as the immensely appreciated gesture: I had my luggage with me on Sunday, and I had a newly purchased luxury handbag in its shopping bag, that I had covered with a plastic garbage bag to avoid rain ruining the beautiful white shopping bag. One of the door men - out of nowhere - offered me a much nicer white plastic bag that had handles for carrying to cover the bag from the rain - and I wasn’t even staying at the hotel! This was not asked for and so immensely well-noticed that I couldn’t believe the level of the service. Looking forward to my next stay in Amsterdam, when I will stay at the Okura hotel. Ps. Also must try the Le Ciel Bleu restaurant the next time in town!
Review by Pipsa A

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Not as good as hoped
Two nights here but went down with the flu first morning. So spent all the time apart from the first night in bed which was a bit hard for me. But lovely modern high quality hotel with super friendly staff even if I had to mention on check out about my 200 euro cash deposit as they didn't which is pretty poor. Couple of points, a complimentary or for a few euros shuttle bus to the airport would be nice like the lesser 4 star Radisson Apollo rather than a 37 euro taxi for a 15 minute ride. And only one smoking room by the entrance?? rather than on the top floor by the bar and restaurant there. But for a 5star in Amsterdam which it certainly was it was good value for money
Review by markdriscoll22

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Very nice hotel
Booked thru Viking Cruises and very happy with the selection. Room was clean and quiet, staff was courteous and accommodating. Nice location within walking distance of restaurants and transportation. Highly recommend
Review by Pippi_two

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No value for money
No value for money is self explanatory. No amenities in the room only on request, much confusion on communication among the staff on the service to be given. No complementary water in the room.As in house guest need to pay hefty parking costs. Long Q for check in and check out at times. High taxi rates ( double ) if booked by the hotel. Noisy rooms easily hear the neighbour having "fun
Review by joostv959

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Elegance, convenience and Japanese quality in Amsterdam
Within easy walking distance of major "attractions" and downtown, and a block away from two major tram lines that will take you wherever you wish to go in minutes. Avoid the congestion (and some of the noise) of hotels closer to the central city, with the advantage of exceptional Japanese quality hospitality and amenities
Review by Jay W

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Very nice hotel. Highly suggested.
Elegant and very well kept hotel in Amsterdam.

Best choice for me. Have been there twice and always loved it.

Bright new rooms.

Very good service.

It is not in the centre but centre can be easily reached via bike in 10 minutes. Bike can be rented although they should be free of charge
Review by 79fabri

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15 minutes from Schiphol International Airport
Close to RAI Convention Centre
Close to the city’s business district
Major tourist attractions just around the corner
Easy access by car and public transport
From all directions, follow Ring Amsterdam (A10). Take exit RAI (S109) and follow direction RAI/Centrum (S109) at the traffic lights. Follow the signs direction Amsterdam-Zuid (S109). You drive straight on (passing the RAI Convention Centre on your left hand) and you follow the right lane, into the Scheldestraat. At the traffic lights you drive straight on and after 500 meters Hotel Okura Amsterdam appears at your right hand side.

From Central Station: take metro 52 (to Zuid),stopping-place De Pijp. Travelling time: ± 10 minutes.
From Station Amsterdam-Zuid: take metro 52 (to Zuid), stopping-place De Pijp. Travelling time: ± 10 minutes.
From Amstel Station: take tram 12 (to CentralStation), stopping-place Scheldestraat. Travelling time: ± 15 minutes.
From Station RAI: a 15 minute walk to Hotel Okura Amsterdam.
From Schiphol Airport: take the train to Amsterdam Zuid and from there take metro 52 (to Zuid), stopping-place De Pijp. CHECK THIS PAGE for the hotel shuttle service and taxi service from Schiphol.

Rooms come in Superior and Executive categories. Both are spacious, with a relaxing grey-blue and white colour scheme and touches of rich green. The higher you go in this 23-storey building, the more spectacular the view over low-rise Amsterdam (and the higher the room rate). Beds are supremely comfy, and there are chairs to lounge in. Bathrooms are enormous, with tubs as well as showers. The desk gave ample space to work, the safe had room for a large laptop and included a socket, and there was an espresso machine with good-quality tea and coffee. Executive rooms include access to a private lounge on the 22nd floor with complimentary drinks and snacks.

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