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This place in a great location RLD. Plenty of coffe shops. Rooms pretty basic and the beds are standard but the bathroom was very good. All in all can't complain reception staff were very plesant. About a 4 minute walk from central station.
On arrival we first came across a very ignorant and rude woman with blonde hair who was on the phone in reception saying that she was too busy to deal with the problem who ever was on the other end of the phone had, we...More
If you can afford to take a Shizah (poo in German), do not book here! Any place but here would be best, I am surprised that this hostel being so close to the main area of Amsterdam is really dirty and disgusting. Its not worth...More
The location is definitely the best aspect of the hostel as it's incredibly centrally located ( close to the train station and city center etc.). It's within walking distance from all of the main sites. It was a fair enough price but the rooms are...More
Horrible place. Small, hot room, room with cages on windows. Disgustingly overpriced!!! We were on 5th floor and there is no lift and some seriously dangerous stairs. No amenities, no room cleaning and no help from staff. Also took half the hotel payment from my...More
$88 - $584 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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