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While the room was a bit small it was clean and had adequate storage for one traveller. Breakfast is free for guests and offers a nice variety of foods to get the day going. It is very well located, just steps away from Dam Square...More
We arrived early and were able to leave our cases in a secured location. The staff greeting us were extremely pleasant and helpful.
The hotel location is second to none, the room was small and quite warm but still confortable. The cleaning was immaculate, including...More
Booked a single room at the Doria for 3 nights in August due to its excellent location just a couple of doors from Dam Square. When booking I requested a room in the quieter part of the hotel (facing the back) and enquired about air-conditioning....More
Just returned last ńight from the Doria Hotel.The best part was the location ,just off Dam square so really close to everything in that area including the trams to anywhere in the city. The street is really noisy but secondary glazing is fitted so if...More
I have to say this hotel is perfect for a great weekend away in the city. So central and close to everything. We stayed here as a group of 7 girls over May Bank holiday. We booked 3 rooms all clean and tidy, Very small...More
US$128 - US$223 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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