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Le coin is a good headquarters for a shopping craze, a few minutes walk from the Dam and the Spui.
The rooms are very large compared to the Amsterdam standard, and feature a kitchenette, very useful to prepare your own breakfast or lunch. There is...More
Nice and clean, spacious rooms. Complimentary coffee machine and teas and coffees. Friendly staff and very helpful.
We recently arranged a trip to Amsterdam and once we arrived to our original ‘apartment’ I had no choice but to look for alternative accommodation. I done a...More
Arrived around 12 pm which was 2 hrs early but that was no problem to the staff who advised that we were able to check into our room a little earlier if we wanted, we then asked for "a view" if possible and much to...More
The hotel's location is perfect for exploring this wonderful city. We stayed for three nights in one of the third floor rooms with a mezzanine. The room itself was spacious and clean and we had a great view overlooking Rokin Street. Access to the mezzanine...More
V expensive, bad value for money.
Good location and incredibly helpful and friendly staff.
Very basic rooms but no facilities of which to speak.
Room smelt very strongly of weed!
Would have expected more given the cost!
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$171 - US$313 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#32 Family Hotel in Amsterdam
#69 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
#77 Business Hotel in Amsterdam
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