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We have just returned from this hotel. We up graded our room it was huge...massive bathroom..lots of clean fresh towels. Great location near the life of Amsterdam...never heard a peep from outside we were at the front of the property. Didn't have breakfast...reasonable price for...More
Noisy, breakfast not fresh, old, dirty. A place I will never go back. Very easy I booked 2 nights and checked out after one night. For the rate they're asking, it's really not worth it.noise, impossible to sleep, to thin windows, bad insonorisation, old rotten...More
The hotel was extremely comfortable, staff was very nice. It is located just off Dam Square which was perfect for us. We had a sweet room at the very top in the attic, which was always kept clean and up to standard. would definitely visit...More
Overall the stay here wasn't an enjoyable one.
The staff were disinterested, the hotel was dated and the stair were dangerous.
The room itself was a complete let down. The view was of a wall 2 feet away, the window wouldn't open for fresh air,...More
The place was very clean.
The room was small, but really it was enough for me.
You can't see the TV screen if you're laying on the bed.
The stairs (2nd floor) are a bit tricky but you learn to find your room after the...More
US$70 - US$290 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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