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Stayed here for 3 nights. First impressions were bad - guy who checked us in looked like resident drug dealer. We stayed in room 104, the corridors smelt of damp and musty. Then up a steep wooden staircase to our room. Room was very basic...More
Best place to stay in Amsterdam Central for this value. stay here and spend you manoy for entertainment :)
Room was clean and quiet. Employees were always helpful. You may want to take a hair dryer with you, since there isn't any in the room....More
This hotel is so bad, its almost good! From the start, putting out bags into the UNLOCKED storage room as room was not ready (we were early) and the guy goes, "put it on this shelf, its safer" before laughing, like he knew it wasn't...More
Bed were decent, was suppose to get a quad room but got 2 rooms instead, but at least they were next door to each other.
The check in guy looks like a local drug dealer, rooms didn't smell too bad but the hall way smells...More
Rooms horrid holes in bedding taps don't work toilet broken and day of check out staff walk in rooms to do the so called cleaning hours before checkout.
One plus point is the door to leave the hotel opens 👍🏻
US$70 - US$254 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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