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Fair price but basic rooms and bun fight at the buffet breakfast. This hotel has the ability to up its game but needs major investment. A large building but a rabbit warren trying to get around. However, it is a great location.
This hotel was perfect for our needs. Location was near everything that you needed to see all within walking distance even the train station the hop on hop off bus stops and the canal boat tours. All the shops, attractions are very close by and...More
Perfect location for shopaholists. All stores nearby. This former theatre offers a very good option for those who seek central location but still quiet stay.
Very nice breakfast. Enough tables even during peak times. Good variety of breads, fresh orange juice etc. Nice staff. From...More
Great hotel, in the centre of the city. The rooms offer all the necessary amenities that one needs, are specious and very clean. Breakfast is usually included in the room price and it is characterised of quality and variety. The staff is very polite and...More
Excellent location as right on dam square, breakfast was ok if a little basic. Hotel was a bit dated but lovely staff, clean room and location made up for this small point. We went in the summer and room with a stifling as no air...More
$153 - $425 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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