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My husband and I stayed here for a night and were pleasantly surprised by how convenient the location was given the affordable price. Hotels in Amsterdam are very expensive and affordable Airbnb's are often quite far out.
The hotel is a few minutes walk from...More
If you are looking for a bed and breakfast, this is not the place. This is a clean simple small hostel with a common kitchen and laundry located in the centre of Amsterdam. If you enjoy a hostel and would like to bike this would...More
Very close to Dam Square, down a lane from a very busy street.
We were taken up to the Studio apartment and were surprised how big a spacious it was.
The only down side like most buildings in Amsterdam was the stairs being very steep....More
The apartment is conveniently located downtown, just a few steps off Dam Square and within walking distance to all central attractions in Amsterdam. The owners also run a bikeshop on street level and are very helpful and friendly. The apartment is simple, but practical and...More
It was my first time in Amsterdam so I really did not know that this hotel did not serve breakfast. The location was city central and you can walk to everything. But, since the title said Bed & Breakfast it didn't include it. It was...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$125 - US$307 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
Number of rooms
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Response from Shalina90 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure about every apartment. The suite I stayed in had a private bathroom and a mini kitchen area. There is a shared kitchen on the first floor which I think has a washing machine. Best to ask the hotel, they are really... More
Not sure about every apartment. The suite I stayed in had a private bathroom and a mini kitchen area. There is a shared kitchen on the first floor which I think has a washing machine. Best to ask the hotel, they are really helpful and responsive