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Location was perfect. Within walking distance to shops and cafes and train station. Breakfast was good. They even had Chinese fried rice in small glass cups for breakfast. WiFi worked well in the room.
The hotel room is small and rather convoluted walkway before reaching...More
It was a bit noisy in the night in our room if you had the window open, our friends had no problem. This is NOT really a criticism, the hotel is so central to city and it's attractions that I expected some noise. The room...More
Perfect location, staying here you do not need any public transport. Rooms nice and clean, staff very welcoming and friendly, wifi worked well in our room. The breakfast was a fantastic selection.A very enjoyable stay, would highly recommend!
Hi all - my husband and I stayed here for 3 nights early September. This is a lovely hotel with a great location, everything is walking distance. We walked to Anne Frank house and to the Van Gogh museum from here. All the shops and...More
Location wise value for money. Staff very courteous and helpful. Rooms are spacious and clean. Breakfast good but can be better. Had comfortable stay. Would stay again if and when visiting Amsterdam. Close to shopping street and Madam Tussaud.
US$158 - US$428 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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