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This small hotel is perfectly located. Approximately a 10-12 minute walk from Amsterdam Centraal station and about 1-2 minutes walk from Dam Square. Walking distance to Rembrandtplein and if you fancy it to Leidseplein and the museum quarter but good tram services available to get...More
It's a perfect hotel to stay for couple of days in Center City. Walking distance to all major attractions.Clean rooms,great full buffet breakfast with fresh squeezed orange juice ( not from cardboard box 😂😂😂) Amsterdam is a Party town , especially on the weekends so...More
Just returned from a few days in Amsterdam. Hotel is in an amazing location. Close to central station and within easy walking distance to all the areas in the city center. Clean rooms. Nice front desk staff. Good breakfast included. Definitely recommend :)
nice and clean basic hotel in the heart of Amsterdam. it was just short walk from the city centre. breakfast was nice, even you didn’t get that many choices, you have what you need! i would recommend this hotel!
Very friendly staff in a pretty central location. Room was quite basic but had everything I needed for a short stay. Breakfast is fine pretty much self service but whilst the selection was not huge what was there was tasty.
There was a little bit...More
$146 - $265 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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