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Have just come back from a stay here. Hotel is very centrally located right off dam sq. Rooms are a decent size, clean and comfortable if a little noisy. Offers secure on site parking for ?35 per day. Would recommend this hotel to anyone planning...More
The name of the game is the location. The Hotel is located in Nes street just near the dam square- not hard to find and has available parking to reserve.
Me and my mom went for a business trip to Netherlands and Belgium, and for...More
The first thing to comment on with this hotel is undoubtedly its location, right off Dam square in the centre of Amsterdam. This meant we were close enough to everything that is going on and still got a good nights sleep as the hotel is...More
My husband and I stayed two nights before our Baltic cruise in May and could not have been happier with Rho. It was so easy to walk with our luggage from the train station and we were near everything. Our room was spotless, bed was...More
This hotel is almost on Dam square in central Amsterdam, so is ideally situated for the city. 15 min walk to Central station, although the tram stop is 200m away if you don't want to walk. The hotel is scrupulously clean, and the room I...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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