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This is a very good hotel for Amsterdam. We like to visit at least once a year. I picked this hotel due to its location. We booked a small double. Yes the room was small, however it was clean, which i think is the main...More
I travel to the Dam at least once a year and have been doing so for 6 or 7 years. Having stayed in various hotels this is probably the best all-rounder. Location is 5/5. Comfort is 4/5. And price is also 4/5.
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we did not enjoy this hotel. we were put on the 3rd floor (this building has no lifts so if u have a lot of luggage be aware.) and the stairs in this place literally look like ladder stairs. when we got into our room...More
Just arrived back home after spending the bank holiday in Amsterdam with my girlfriend, for me the hotel was perfect, nice price, location and clean, rooms could have been cleaned more often is the only complaint my girlfriend has about this hotel apart from that...More
$98 - $219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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