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Very small room, with just the most basic furniture plus a small fridge (that wasn't working). The bed was okay, if a bit too soft. Didn't hear any mouse during the night but they seem to be remodelling the place so at 8 am people...More
Stayed here on the 10th feb for 3 nights this is the second time I've stayed here and I love this hotel so I always come back. It's cheap,spotlessly clean,nice breakfast and the staff are fantastic so helpfull and friendly.all this and the best bit...More
Spot on! Not very fancy rooms but clean, well serviced. Hotel foyer beautiful and breakfast superb. Cooked and cold buffet breakfast. Some things we Brits like are not here (tea in rooms) but anything can be arranged.
It was a great time to stay at Rho. Kindly and nice staff. Good service.
It was something wrong with our safe and they fix it at the same time we complained.
We liked us. Great big room. We had the corner room ?
I stayed here 1 night in Feb with my boyfriend and sister. It was a lot bigger than I expected! Greeted by a lovely staff member. One thing that I didn't like was that I asked for a non smoking room but when we arrived...More
US$158 - US$439 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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