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Just off Dam square (about a 7 minute walk from Central Station) and close to Trams, busses and attractions this is a really well located hotel.
The amenities are basic, but my room was clean, had a nice bathroom with a good shower and the...More
OK so I've been to a few places in Amsterdam and it's a travel favourite of mine but here's the low down of my experience with this particular hotel. Good bits included the location; right in the heart of it so if you're going for...More
Had a great stay here , four women in one room with private bathroom facilities.
Rooms are basic but have everything that you need, we stayed for three nights and the room was not clean.
Good location to all main sites...coffee shop literally next door,...More
My friends and I have been travelling together for the past 4 years. We have never came across a "hotel" like this. It is a hostel. We booked a 4bed room with bathroom however the bathroom was not in the room. It was in the...More
Me and 3 other friends stayed here for the weekend. We had a 4 bed room near the top of the hotel. The beds were about 2 foot from each other both ways so was fairly cramped and quite stuffy. Tiny shower room too. We...More
$91 - $544 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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