The hotel is located in Museum Quarter, the nicest and quitest area in Amsterdam if only you haven't arrived for drug-and-girls experience. When in the morning I went out and made first step on the street, I've stopped and stand there admiring the surroundings for a couple of minutes.
By the way, to get to the tram's stop which is heading to the Central Railway Station you should go to the left from the hotel, then turn right and pass another 100 meteres.
The front desk is served by one guy, so, if you are not the one to check-in or check-out it may take quite some time. At the same time, the guys (or at least the one who was working on February 14) were very friendly and helpful.
Before coming to the hotel I've asked to buy some flowers, and as a result I've got two bouquets since the one which was delivered from the flower shop seemed not that beautiful to the guy on the front desk. Thus, he managed to get another one without billing any additional penny, which was much appreciated.
The "restaurant" is located right behind the front desk. In fact it is a small room for 12-15 persons. The choice is quite limited, but it is standard for small European 3-star hotels.
The room is really small, but very clean and nice. Same goes to bathroom. The thing I really didn't like were the pillows: they were so big that it was practically impossible to sleep. But that was the only inconvenience.
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