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I visited Amsterdam and the UltraViolet studios in May of this year for 3 nights. I have stayed elsewhere on previous trips to Amsterdam but none ever as bad as this I must admit.
Check In was available from 2pm but in reality it was...More
This is a great place as mentioned by other reviewers very close to Dam Square and other main Amsterdam attractions. Plenty of coffee shops around the corner. Stairs are a bit steep, but I didn't think they were really bad and I'm a big guy...More
I stayed here for 3 nights with my wife. The apartment is basic, however it is very clean and in a great central location. If you are looking for somewhere central at a good price and clean then look no further. The host was excellent...More
This studio is what you need if you intend to stay in Amsterdam for a few days. The spacious apartment with its cool interior is very cozy. Plus the distance to all the spots you need to visit are so near. Miro who is the...More
We stayed for three nights during our stay in Amsterdam and were very satisfied.
The apartment we had was spacious and a good place to stay if you don't plan to spend the whole day there. Kitchen and bathroom are a bit basic, but perfectly...More
$184 - $246 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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