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The hotel is in the center and have a very good location. Guy on the reception was kind and we do not have problems to checkin or checkout. For breakfast food was good. Our room was like in a picture that we saw on the...More
My friend and I stayed at this hotel just for q night and we decided to change place, first of all the guy on the reception was not that helpfull, we had booked a room and they gave us another down in the basement, we...More
I booked a room with a window, yes it had one that opened onto the roof of the building next door. To keep the window open it came with a crushed water bottle wedged in. In any case the smoke from the kitchen of the...More
Not worth a penny. The receptionist seemed annoyed to even check us in and our room was prepaid so we lost any opportunity to leave the hotel while we could. There are several other similar price range hotels in the area that are significantly better....More
Great location right in the heart of central Amsterdam. Wonderful staff. The man behind the desk was the only reception staff we see the whole stay so must do long hours. Such a lovely friendly man!!!! Cleaners were also really friendly and polite. Hotel was...More
$128 - $294 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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