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My wife wrote to make a reservation. They never replied with a confirmation even after 3 follow-up emails. We decided to cancel, and requested a reply which they never answered. We stayed at the excellent Hotel Fita instead, and presumed that Monopole was a dead...More
Stayed in the room without a window. There is a bar next to it, they played loud music all night. We couldn't sleep for four nights. The hotel staff was rude and they just wanted the money ans didn't care about us not being able...More
The hotel is absolutely terrible. I gave them my credit card info to hold the reservation and then we paid in cash upon arrival. After we left the hotel charged my credit card 300 Euros for damage to the room-complete fraud! The whole room was...More
We stayed at the Monopole at the end of September 2009 there was a total of 7 of us. We asked the taxi driver to take us to the front door but he was saying that it was a long route for vehicles to get...More
First of all- Best value for money. the location is amazing i have never had such good location. just behind Rembrandt plain.
There was just one thing, They wanted to clean the room so much that they once entered the room without knocking while my...More
Response from george-alliance, Manager at Hotel MonopoleResponded 25 September 2012
Thank you very much that you appriciate our service and our hotel.
US$81 - US$180 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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