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We absolutely loved our stay on the Little Amstel houseboat! The Amstel Canal is large and scenic filled, making it a little more interesting to stay than rather on a smaller canal. The boat was very clean and I could tell it has been recently...More
Just stayed at the little amstel for 2 nights and it was excellent, location is 15 minute walk to dam square. Rooms are small but have everything you need shower great, beds are fab even tho it's 2 singles I would of liked a double....More
The house boat is warm and cosy and well equipped for a comfortable stay. We found it clean and stocked with coffee and tea making facilities. Although it is next to a bridge it is quiet. It is about a half hour walk from central...More
Worst hotel stay ever! Never again. After they had adult bedbugs they said we get the price refunded but this was just a delay to don't let us write a complaint! Just a big fraud, never again...
I dont even know if they really renovated...More
Loved the houseboat. It was a little further out from the centre than we expected but once we figured out the trams, that was fine! Another review mentioned problems with noise but I'm a fairly light sleeper and didn't notice this, also really appreciated the...More
US$138 - US$154 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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