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Spend a night at this hotel. The check in was efficient and friendly but this is clearly a tourist hotel. The elevator is slow but necessary because the stairs are steep and plentiful. The rooms are dated and small but have everything you need. The...More
Rooms were clean, quite spacious an9d beds were comfy. Staff were so helpful, great location, close to everything.
Only fault, rooms were a little cold.
Will definitely stay here again for its location, its practically on dam square, close to shops and tram is outside.
Stayed here in November and it was fantastic. The location is perfect for all attractions and a 2min walk to Dam Square. The rooms were basic but comfortable and all staff were all very friendly. Breakfast is nice but very repetitive. Perfect trip away and...More
Short walk from the train station and perfectly located near restaurants, shopping etc
We had a triple room with 3 real beds and still had good space so we were really happy with the room except it was incredibly hot! We couldn't understand why everyone...More
Location is good, the bad points are personal opinions and people may not agree with them, 1) no coffee to tea making facilities 2) matteress a bit hard. And that's it everything else was fine.
A nice clean room, English tv (bbc1 & 2) a...More
$168 - $299 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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