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Is Central that is the only positive think.
The price is very expensive for what they offering Breakfast very basic
And the room was very run down and not clean is not an hotel and neather a bed and breakfast
I stayed at the old nickel back in October with 3 friends. I am used to staying in luxury hotels in the UK and although the old Nickel is not luxurious it is excellent value for what we paid and I would not hesitate to...More
Great location, best value accommodation in the area. The staff were friendly and the bar was great at night. No thrills or luxuries but for a budget option, to lay your head down, it was ideal. Amsterdam is awesome.
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We stayed at this hotel with friends at the beginning of November, 2013. The location is perfect, very close to the station and very central.
We had mixed feelings about our room. The beds seemed clean, although the carpet was pretty dirty, it definitely needed...More
$114 - $380 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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