Hotel Iris - Amsterdam52.35901, 4.90272
Hotel Iris is a royal-style building in vicinity of Rijksmuseum. The hotel opened its doors in 1900 and was remodeled in 2012. The residential hotel is equipped with a storage room, a designated place for smoking and a safe deposit box.
Located in a theatre district, the hotel is 1100 meters from Flower Market . The property is a 15-minute walk from Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
Hotel Iris is set close to stores and a market.
Amsterdam Amstel train station is less than 20 minutes' walk away.
Every room comes with a mini bar, a storage space and high ceiling. Hotel Iris offers accommodations with views of the canal. Every room is fitted with a bath, a shower and bath sheets.
Eat & Drink
Guests can dine at La Rive and Brasserie Klokspijs 5 minutes walking distance from the hotel.
The hotel also offers rent of bikes.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Paid Public parking is possible at a location nearby.
Year renovated: 2012. Number of rooms: 19.
Off-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
- Airport shuttle
- Room service
- Bicycle rental
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Wake up service
- Shoe shine service
- Restaurant buffet
- Snack bar
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Water view
- Air conditioning
- Individual heating
- Living room
- In-room desk
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Plug adaptor
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
Sleeping arrangements for 4 persons
- City landmarks
Located fairly close to Rembrandt Square and roughly a mile from Dam square, made this a fairly cheap stay. Was a steady walk away from the thick of it!
Nice location, friendly staff and tidy room
Not a great deal with Hotel Iris...
The shower was badly designed so it wet the toilet floor. The fact the toilet and shower was outside the room was not very good, and the other room sharing the facilities did not respect it. The walls were very thin and the next door room was very audible.
I was charged two times, when I booked AND at the hotel
The possibility to move to MAX hotel - it is better (with extra payment about 30 Euro per day)
No bathroom inside the room. Cold numbers. Separate building from the reception and kitchen
the room is very small and too simple. Checking -in needs to go to another hotel, which is not believable. Will not choose this hotel comparing with its price. disappointing.
Downstairs, hotel is noisy City tourism fees was not included
The breakfast and the waiter at the breakfast were really good.
From the beginning the stay was bad. We had to walk from the orignal place to the reception (600m), although beforehand the receptionis said that it was possbible to check in Hotel Iris and not in another Hotel. We rrrived there, the receptionis was really slow, could not explain the situation properly (frankly, we though that he was stoned). The card reader was broken. So, I could not pay the room with my card. The receptionist explained me the direction, which were wrong. After 30 min I was back and paid the room. The room (Nr. 17) was for 70€ shitty. It was small, the shower had only cold water and was clogged. The toilet was on the floor and also /clogged.
It was situated in an area that we wanted to explore. The room was clean and comfortable. The breakfast was absolutely amazing. I would stay here again just for the breakfast!
The steep stairs - I was warned about the steep stairs, but one is not prepared for them after a day of sight-seeing and a night of partying...
canal view.comfortable mattress and pillows.
the tv in the room didnt work and although they sent someone to fix it they were unable to fix it.we also ran out of toilet paper and there wasnt anyone to ask for more.
Hotel Iris is a great budget hotel if you are traveling to Amsterdam. The location is good, the cleanliness of the rooms are great and the staff is very friendly and warm.
The only problem with Hotel Iris is that it does not have a reception. So when you plan to check in, remember to go to Hotel Max (it is almost in front of it, across the channel.
The receptionist was really friendly -told us about everything we wanted to see, gave us advice on going there, ... Really friendly.
There is no elevator and the stairs are really narrow and high -and we had two big suitcases...
The hotel is clean and the staff are nice. If smoeone wants to have a safe budget-friendly hotel that is the right place.
Smooth uniform breakfast is really uncomfortable and the non-stop noise of washing machine is also annoying.
It was very clean and worth the money. We had fresh towels every day and our room overlooked the canal. Its in a convenient location and also very quiet location. Fab hotel!
We pre-arranged the hotels taxi service from the airport for our arrival to which we had to call the guy when we landed. When we landed we couldnt get hold of the driver, so we called the hotel and they said his phone was off and they couldnt get hold of him either. It was disappointing and they didnt apologise for the inconvenience when we arrived at the hotel. We ended up getting the train which was 15 euros cheaper for 4 people anyway so it worked out well.
Good location, not too pricy, friendly reception staff (although check- in is in another hotel).
Signage could be better. Reception in hotel Max (check-in) was in the basement, and breakfast (hotel Iris) also in the basement. Had to ask/search in both cases.