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Been to this hotel 3 times and always found it a sound base to explre this wouderful city!
A clean, central hotel that offers basic but good value rooms, situated in Dam Square just 10 mins walk from Central station.
We arrrived in Schipol on...More
Just spent a mid week break in Amsterdam at the RHO Hotel and could not fault it. The hotel is in a great location and easy to find.The rooms are a bit plain and tired looking but are clean and tidy ,the staff are friendly...More
stayed here for 3 nights found reception staff very helpful, room very clean could have done with more lighting . The location was perfect just off Dam Square and close to all amenities, caught the train from airport to centraal station and walked to hotel...More
I have been coming to this hotel since the late 1980s, and they have consistently provided good basic service. The rooms are simple but clean. The staff is very helpful. They have their own indoor parking (an exception in Amsterdam) The location is absolutely the...More
$156 - $380 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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