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Good little hotel just 2 minutes from the central station and easy access to museums and night life. Area felt safe even at 5 in the morning and was lively. Like many smaller buildings in Amsterdam the stairs are very steep which could be a...More
My husband and I stayed here as a base to attend a number of events in the city. Very central location, area bustling around the clock, though if you intend on staying out late, as we did, this is not really a problem! Lovely old...More
Stayed here last week Tues-Thursday with my Husband, really enjoyed ourselves very friendly staff who also run the pub below. Place was clean and tidy our room was quite spacious with wardrobe, sink and mirror, tv and big double bed that was so comfy i...More
Both times I stayed in Amsterdam for short trips, I used this hotel. It is an old hotel, hence the lack of elevator and steep stairs, so more ideal for younger people, as it's a comfortable roof over your head, rather than anything luxurious.
great bar, nice room, brilliant staff , stairs did not bother us and wife have had a hip replacement, and never hear anything from outside, right in middle of everything and 2 mins from train station, take about 1/2 from airport .
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US$95 - US$187 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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