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Staying at Amistad hotel feels like staying with friends. Especially in the kitchen, where everybody gathers around a big table for breakfast, you will feel it! Mike, Klaus and Maria are very friendly and welcoming. The hotel is located in the very touristy city center...More
I loved staying here during my time in Amsterdam. Nice clean rooms. Really lovely shared breakfast (included in price) around a long table served from 8-1pm daily. 25min walk to Centraal station and 20 minute walk to the museum district. The manager and assistant are...More
Stayed for six nights and only one night of decent sleep.
Covered in bites after first night - bed bugs most likely.
Unreal noise in outside street throughout night - woken up one night five times.
Frosty manager. Breakfast limited.
I arrived in the evening and was welcomed by a personal note on the door to call for check in. Within a minute I was greeted and I was settled in my clean room within 5 minutes.
The sleeping area and bathroom were both clean...More
We booked an ensuite double room for 4 nights in May, the whole experience was really mixed. First, we arrived and really glad that the location of the hotel is great as it is super close to all the actions. But when we checked into...More
US$186 - US$210 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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