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Just came home from a 3 nights stay. We were 3 friends and stayed in a triple room on the top floor. Elevator didn't go all the way up, not a problem for us but someone who has problem with steep stairs might find it...More
We arrived to a very friendly welcome, well before our check in time, but we didn't have to wait for our room.
The room was clean, although the carpet was a bit tired. No tea or coffee making in the room, but didn't matter to...More
Me & my husband have stayed here twice now as the location is perfect for us.
The hotel staff are lovely & welcoming.
The rooms are basic but have everything you need.
We wasn't to keen on the breakfast as it wasnt to our liking...More
Just come back from Amsterdam after 3 nights and we stayed here at the rokin hotel. We landed at schipol airport and got the train into central Amsterdam which was so easy and a lot cheaper than getting a taxi. After a 15 minute walk...More
Very central location, less than 5 min walk to Dam Square. Staff very friendly. Breakfast basic but tasty. Rooms extremely basic, we were in the top floor room was spacious and quiet, showers hot, beds comfortable. Pleasantly surprised on the whole considering how cheap the...More
$163 - $286 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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