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We chose this hotel for it's superb location. Within walking distance to the main train station, shopping area, attraction etc.there are plenty of restaurants just next door and also a very nice bakery nearby for a quick bite.
The room we stayed was in 3rd...More
Without doubt, if you're looking for a great locale that's easy to find and close to the train station as well as the action of Amsterdam, this is your place. However, if you and your mate want to walk around the room at the same...More
I've stayed in this hotel before and it's ok, this time however I stayed with a friend for 2 nights so we could explore the city and all we wanted was some where reasonably priced to leave our bags,sleep and shower. well thats what we...More
We went to Amsterdam for our 1st wedding anniversary and chose the hotel based on location and cost. We couldn't fault the location it is central to the town centre and near the train station - 10/15mins walk. However the pictures on the website of...More
If you are looking for a low budget hotel this is your place. the location is central to damstraat so you are in the middle of everything. I am a frequent Amsterdam visitor and although the rooms were small they were clean and wireless worked...More
$193 - $297 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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