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Central venue on the Dam square, most attractions within walking distance. The hotel itself is small. Clean rooms, but tiny. No place for romance. Ideal for friends. Breakfast is O.K. The staff are kind, superfriedly, generous, and attentive. If price is an issue, I would...More
The smell is pizza, yes pizza because of the pizzeria in the ground floor! It's located in the city Center surrounded by pub/restaurante/coffee shops. The receptionist were helpful. The room was clean/small and decorated with old/cheap fashion style. Location 5, room 3, cleaning 4, reception...More
I stayed 2 nights as woman- solo traveller.
At first felt worry due to location is just at busiest Amsterdam spot. Ruben who was in duty when I arrived was very friendly and helpful. The single room was so small but clean and quiet. I...More
Doria hotel is located in an excellent position just of Dam Square on Daamstraat. The rooms are very small and basic and a bit drab and breakfast is basic continental with little choice.
On the plus side, considering the location it is cheap. The rooms...More
US$173 - US$234 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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