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Our room was on the top floor. Tidy and clean, bed was very comfy. Netflix is working on tv in our room it was nice surprise for tv series addicts like us. Stylish bar. Nice and helpful staff. Lots of attractions nearby. Easy to get...More
I've been to Amsterdam 4 times in January and I stay in this hotel every time! It never fails to please me, other people who are staying in the hotel are always so polite, the receptionists are also amazing. The room is always very clean...More
Excellent for location - just a short walk from central station. Check in was quick and simply but you have to leave a 10 euro deposit for each key card.
If you have any mobility issues this hotel is not suitable due to the extremely...More
Just got back yesterday from a 3 night stay at the frisco inn
We booked a superior room which was on the top floor and was pretty big.
Stairs are a bit of an issue specially if you have any kind of mobility issues but...More
We arrived at the hotel before check in so they let us leave our bags at the back of the bar which was useful. Later we arrived back to go to the room, and were shocked at the gradient of the stairs, especially when carrying...More
US$79 - US$131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#9 Best Value Hotel in Amsterdam
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