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The hotel is located just a short walk from Rembrandtplein as well as the flower market. The room was spacious and had a small kitchenette. The bathroom was not very large, but had a bath tub. Everything was very clean. The breakfast was good.
4 Thank I_B_1975
Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States
We could not believe our luck to find such great value in the center of Amsterdam- Clean spacious rooms, floor to ceiling windows with a walkout balcony with an elevator for 125 Euros. This hotel just outside the first canal ring between Rembrantplein and the...More
For the price that we paid (130e per night) we thought the hotel was not worth the money.
The room was small, hard to get to with luggage and an odd shape, but it was clean.
It is a good location however, 10 mins either...More
Great location. Close to downtown area to walk and tram next to the hotel. Very clean. Some rooms are smaller than others. Friendly people and a decent breakfast to get you started. Stayed here for two weeks on business.
We were pleased with the location, helpful staff, and clean, large, bright and comfortable rooms. Our first floor room had a stove, single cup coffee maker, small sink and small refrigerator. The addition of a microwave would have been great, but this is not a...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
$148 - $250 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#69 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
#77 Business Hotel in Amsterdam
#84 Family Hotel in Amsterdam
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
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It only has standard European 220V sockets. Bear in mind that for cellphone chargers and laptop chargers, this shouldn't be a problem because most chargers can cope with 110-240V and 50 or 60Hz (check the label on your... More
It only has standard European 220V sockets. Bear in mind that for cellphone chargers and laptop chargers, this shouldn't be a problem because most chargers can cope with 110-240V and 50 or 60Hz (check the label on your charger to be sure) - if this is the case, all you'll need is a cheap adaptor as the US socket shapes differ to European ones. So the lack of a 110V/60Hz supply is only an issue for electrical items that you plug in directly.