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I read some bad reviews before I went and expected the worst.
On arrival I found the staff to be friendly, helpful, and efficient. My room was on the first floor (the stairs are typically steep) overlooking the street. Obviously there was a certain amount...More
My other half & I have just returned from the hotel today after a 3 night stay.
Have to say I loved it.
Cosy little room, central location (5 mins to Dam Square, Centraal Station, Trams.....), friendly staff and to be honest you...More
My friends and I enjoyed our stay here very much. We walked about 5 minutes from Amsterdam Centraal with our backpacks, checked in and climbed up the slightly treacherous (but doable- even with big backpacks) staircase to our 5-person room. The breakfast was decent and...More
We arrived at the hotel early afternoon. Checked in next door at the Koopermoolen and recieved a genuinely warm welcome from the concierge (Michael, I think?). He immediately made our children welcome and gave us a terrific first impression of the city. Upon realising we...More
When we booked this hotel (after reading these quite mixed reviews) I have to say that we were slightly concerned but upon arrival we were pleasantly surprised! Yes, the rooms are rather basic and you have to share the bathrooms but it's a small price...More
$94 - $269 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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