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3 of us had a long weekend in Amsterdam and stayed at this very well-located hotel. Situated very centrally, a short walk from most of the major sights and areas of entertainment!
Reasonably well-priced, the rooms are modern in a traditional building. Friendly and helpful...More
Each room has a different layout & has a small kitchenette & dining area. The staff are all friendly & knowledgeable. The hotel is reasonably priced & centrally located, so everywhere is within walking distance. I discovered this place in 2001 & have returned every...More
It was a nice place. we got room on the Top floor and it was room for 3 with a unique design. Beds were nice and room was cozy. Shower was real nice. Location is ideal for every kind of trip. Staff was very nice...More
I suffer from analysis-paralysis when booking hotel rooms so I spent a lot of time reading reviews of this and other Amsterdam hotels. In fact, you will be happy here so stop wasting your time, people. The location was great. Right by Muntplein tram stop,...More
We enjoyed our 5 days stay in early April, the staff was very pleasant and helpful. Our experience was great, the location is very central, the room was very clean and the bed was very comfortable, also the windows are sound proof so we had...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
$172 - $306 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#69 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
#77 Business Hotel in Amsterdam
#84 Family Hotel in Amsterdam
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