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When we opened our room to what we thought was a 2 story suite to accomodate 5 girls we got the shock of our lives!!
Not only could we not fit all our bags inside the room, we couldn't get them up the stairs!
I was a bit apprehensive about my 3 night stay at this hotel after reading a couple of reviews. On arriving the staff were very friendly and welcoming we were provided with key card and Wi-Fi code. Our room was located on the second floor...More
Great location, walking distance to pretty much everywhere, check in was fast and easy. Hotel had a little bit of a hostel vibe, a little hard to get suitcases up and down the stairs as you get to higher levels the stairs are narrow so...More
we arrived at this hotel on a Saturday afternoon in July . after a wee bit of following google maps we discovered it was right across from the train station .
we checked in and we were room 314 , up the lift and then...More
We first had a room without any window, with a view by the lobby and the door by the stairs. Disgusting. Then they changed the room and it had a nice view but was dusty. There were also dust stains on the pillows and a...More
$129 - $437 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#105 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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