|"Great atmosphere and cool vibe."||(in 27 reviews)|
|"Staff are super friendly and courteous."||(in 153 reviews)|
|"Great staff Great location Good price."||(in 80 reviews)|
|"The rooms were too industrial."||(in 69 reviews)|
Volkshotel is a fun, quirky hotel that matches the unique character of the city of Amsterdam. The hotel, which used to be a newspaper headquarters, welcomes travelers from all kinds of unique backgrounds to take in an unforgettable Amsterdam experience.
The hotel is located in the East Amsterdam near the neighborhood of De Pijp and the Amstel river. Nearby guests have nearly limitless options when it comes to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Travelers can buy fresh produce at Albert Cuyp Market, visit art galleries, go shopping, visit a local park, hit the nightlife scene, or simply take a stroll through the historic streets of the city. In Amsterdam, travelers will never be bored. The hotel can conveniently be reached by car or public transit.
The Volkshotel has 172 hotel rooms, with several unique room designs, Guests can choose between a room with one or two beds or a handicap-friendly room. Each room comes complete with a shower, WiFi, hairdryer, and safe.
The hotel rooftop includes a hot tub and sauna. Guests can receive a massage a take in breathtaking views of Amsterdam. Other amenities include five conference rooms of various sizes, perfect for business meetings, movie screenings, art showings, and more.
The Volkshotel is perfect for the traveler who is tired of the status quo and is in search of the authentic Amsterdam experience.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
You may have an article to finish or a presentation to go through and at the Volkshotel, you benefit from the perfectly equipped place: Werkplaats, as the name suggests, is an attractively designed work space for hotel guests, fully equipped with coffee corners, books, and work tables with plug sockets and dock stations. To gain more privacy, you can also benefit from the designated work cabins. With an airy interior and hipster vibe, this place is the ideal location to hang out for work or to enjoy a drink when you’re done.
In total, the Volkshotel provides guests with five conference rooms that range in size and event possibilities. Fransje is their smallest venue with 463 sq ft, but features an airy atmosphere because of a floor-to-ceiling window. Rooftop city views in a slightly more spacious room are promised in the Klein Canvas with space for up to 75 attendants. Their biggest space with a capacity for up to 160 people in a theater setup is the Riet room that impresses with a wooden floor and modern technology for meetings, lectures, and presentations.
An alternative choice for alternative travelers, the Volkshotel has its own nightclub on-site where night owls can dance, converse, and drink. Open until 6:00 am, the Doka hosts live music events of local and international bands that do not bore you with everyday chart music, but bring their individual talent to the table. Hot DJs will rock the floor, and the best feature is that most events taking place in the basement nightclub are free to attend.
Guests may want to experience some tranquility after exploring the vibrant city of Amsterdam and the Volkshotel yoga sessions are perfect for calming down. Indoor and outdoor yoga sessions help guests find their inner peace and work out at the same time. If you love art, check out the hotel’s art exhibitions that change regularly and display local talent. Exploring the local art scene is available every day and is free of charge. If you’d rather make the art than see it, participate in the hotel’s Life Drawing Sessions that take place regularly for a small fee.
Apart from their standard rooms, the Volkshotel features a few special rooms that enhance your stay even more. Enjoy a futuristic atmosphere with white, sleek furniture and special art installations in the You Are Here room. Johnny Jukebox is the place to stay when you love music. This room features weird angles, making you think the floor and bed are uneven, and you can listen to music on the surround sound system with their huge CD, vinyl, and cassette collection. In line with the Amsterdam theme, the Bike Room features bike-inspired wall decoration amidst a cool interior.
Only 30min separate you from your Volkshotel experience when opting for public transporation. From the airport, take the Intercity direct to Amsterdam Centraal and then change for line M, 51, 53, or 54 to get to Wibautstraat, from where the hotel is just around the corner.
Volkshotel is located at Wibautstraat 150 in Amsterdam-Oost, 1.5 miles from the centre of Amsterdam. Joods Historisch Museum is the closest landmark to Volkshotel.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Volkshotel.
Yes, Volkshotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Volkshotel does not offer free parking.
No, Volkshotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Volkshotel is 6.9 miles from Amsterdam Schiphol. Volkshotel is 34.1 miles from Rotterdam The Hague.
Yes, Volkshotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Volkshotel does not have a pool on-site.