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I've stayed for 6 nights at the Rho Hotel, at Dam Square, in Amsterdam. It is one of the best locations in the city, right at the Dam Square within walking distance from the Central Station and almost every interesting sites.
The hotel staff is...More
Just returned from a fabulous 3 night stay at the Rho hotel in Amsterdam.
This trip was planned by my boyfriend for me as a surprise birthday treat.
The hotel staff couldn’t have been friendlier or more accommodating, directing us to places and even breaking...More
I don't know how we did it but we managed to find this hotel at a very cheap price!! I've looked to book since then & the prices are eye-wateringly expensive so we must have got a very good deal!!!
We travelled in December 2012...More
Excellent hot & cold breakfast. Remember to request a room not facing the street... hotel location is at Dam Sq. And can get noisy at night. Hotel staff are very helpful. Highly recommended for a multi-night stay. We were there for 2 nights before boarding...More
We stayed at Rho hotel 2 nights in July, arrived very early in the morning and couldnt find hotel at first coming from the station. But it is very centrally located near Dam square. The check in was very long, the night administrator was helping...More
US$159 - US$427 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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