[Stay] Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre

The hotel that we were staying for 3 nights and the reason for choosing it is because of the location. Even though is slightly out of the shopping street in Amsterdam, but is near to the Amsterdam Centraal Station, plus it has a spectacular view looking over the IJ river and city.


Piet Heinkade 11, 1019 BR  Amsterdam, Netherlands


Classic View Room with King/Twin Bed (Include breakfast per room/night)

315EUR- 488EUR


Complimentary shuttle service to and from Central Station

Operating time: 07:00 – 19:30

Seats: Minivan maximum eight people (including luggage space)

To note:

For picking up at the railway station, kindly made a call to +31 20 519 1213 to inform them about your exact arrival time at the railway station.

They will be able to pick you up approximately 5 and 35 minutes after the hour at the Kiss & Ride at the back of the station.

**Do note this complimentary service is subject to availability.

Breakfast at silk road restaurant

Egg omelet with choices of cheese, tomato, mushroom, ham etc:

Breakfast buffet of lots of variety, the food was fresh and staff was quick and alert when clearing the plates:


Chocolate croissant:

My favorite yogurt drink during my stay there tried that once and was in love with it:

View right outside the breakfast area:

Interested in Mövenpick Ice Cream?

You can get it in the silk bar at the lobby floor


What we had?

Swiss Chocolate & Lime sorbet

Our Room:

Classic Twin bedroom


Open closet and a small wardrobe with iron+board:


View from the room


We had a wonderful stay here, totally in love with the awesome view we have every day in the hotel. Large rooms and comfortable bed. The breakfast buffet is something that you should add to the stay, the food was delicious, fresh and good quality.

About the free shuttle bus service, we booked it at the concierge desk upon our arrival at the hotel as we were wanted to get to the shopping street of Amsterdam. We were the only passenger in the minivan during our schedule time to and fro, so we had a short chit-chat with the driver. He was very helpful as he told us where we should go how to get to the Dam square once we get off the bus.

The concierge staff we met were all nice and friendly, they even went the extra mile to teach us how to get to Kinderdijk, when our hire driver didn’t pick us up that day, will talk about it in my later post. He also told us what are a better option rather than wasting our money hiring a taxi last minute.

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