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A long walk up a very steep staircase is worth the effort to get to this pretty attic loft. Clean and stocked for us upon arrival with bread, cheese, meat, eggs, cheese, juice, milk and most importantly...beer. Market just down the street. Heinekin Experience, canal...More
Stayed in March 2017 and upon arrival we were greeted by the owner who seemed very pleasant. Took us up to the room and carried a bag for us which was nice of him and we were showed around the room which was very clean...More
The place is in the center, but not the "turist crowded" area. It was easy to walk to the main amusements and specteculars, for example The Heineken experienc, Museum Plein ect..The neiborhood is quiet awesome: lots of bars, cofeeshops, and restaurants are there, and groceries...More
My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights at the end of June, what a lovely little place!! We communicated with Wienek a number of times before our visit as if you read properly before booking everything you need to know is mentioned so...More
Good standard for being a budget hotell. Though mostly it was bduget because of we traveled at low tourist season (jan 15-20th), and the prices vere low because of that.
The service was really good. The hotell was a small loft for two persons and...More
$126 - $144 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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