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We booked this hotel as part of a DFDS hotel break with the ferry from Newcastle to Amsterdam. So the discount made it very good value. It is in a great location 5 minutes from the station, just off Dam Square but somehow still quiet....More
Just returned from Amsterdam with a group of 6 friends, Stayed at the Rho hotel in two suites , one slept 4 in two twin rooms, the other 3 in the same room. Both has a large lounge/kitchen area, shower room and separate toilet. Plenty...More
We booked the hotel through British Airways holiday package, it is about an 11 minute walk from the central train station, so no need for a cab. Walking the streets you need your wits about you due to bike, trams and many many people looking...More
Good European breakfast with squeezed fresh orange juice on the morning. Very nice and helpful employees. location is the best in Amsterdam, right on the dam square. free coffee machine in the lobby every evening. real close to many attractions in the center of the...More
Location was perfect. Within walking distance to shops and cafes and train station. Breakfast was good. They even had Chinese fried rice in small glass cups for breakfast. WiFi worked well in the room.
The hotel room is small and rather convoluted walkway before reaching...More
$159 - $436 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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