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Stayed here in October, basic but lovely hotel. Although small, the room was clean and tidy. Our bathroom - again - was small, but was very clean & everything worked great. The service was brilliant - the staff went out of their way to help...More
The room is quite small, paticularry the bathroom. If we were staying any longer than two nights it would’ve been inadequate. However, as we were only there for two nights and was therefore barely in the room apart from when sleeping, this didnt affect our...More
I have already stayed here at the hotel a couple of times, great location, very central, pretty rooms. The sfaff was very friendly and every time we needed some help they were there to assist us. It was always a nice experience.
I stayed here for 1 night recently. Staff were very helpful and friendly.
Very centrally located near the central station. The hotel is located on a busy street with plenty of bars and restaurants.
The single room I originally had was very small but I...More
Great location of the property, some 6 mins walk from the Amsterdam Central, makes it really easy to get around the Central pet if the city. Offers an amazing view of the canal and easy access to the tourist attractions. However the rooms are rather...More
$110 - $314 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#105 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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