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A short away from Amsterdam Central Station and you arrived to a warm welcome from the staff at the reception.Checking in with no fuss , you dump your bags and can immediately explore the city.
Room was basic but the breakfast was great to start...More
Stayed here twice once in hotel and once in apartment both times were really good right in the heart of dam gd size rooms without to much noise by time u want your bed!! Both times no complaints about smoking( the gd stuff ) has...More
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Agreed, central Amsterdam accommodation is overpriced and often cramped and one knows that beforehand. If you are considering staying at this hotel, chances are that you would choose it for its location right across the central station and not for its comforts or room quality....More
Stayed here for our honeymoon, we where just looking for somewhere central to stay central to the station and what a gem the hotel is ! We got a warm welcome and congratulations from the guy on reception which was nice, the room was cozy...More
US$172 - US$343 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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