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Stayed here a couple of times over the last ten years. Good rooms at a reasonable price. If you get a corner room, fab views over the Canal and excellent people watching. Central, and welcoming. Lift is a great help given steep stairs all over...More
Hotel is in a perfect location. My partner and I stayed here over new year and we would definitely recommend. Reception staff are really attentive and friendly. There was an issue with the hot water in our room but this was quickly resolved and we...More
My Husband & I recently stayed here for 3 nights as a little get away for our 'mini moon' the staff were very friendly & helpful. Its the little things that make the biggest impression. We had a bottle of 'bubbly' waiting for us on...More
Great location near Rembrandtplein in the middle of Amsterdam, close to everything you need to be close to. The staff is excellent, very friendly, patient and knowledgable. We had a big group and lots of changes to our reservation, the staff was wonderfully patient and...More
This hotel is fairly average from a room perspective, smaller in size but clean. Although, depending on the room the size can be larger than a typical European hotel room. The staff was good. The location is great however and is the reason to stay...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$182 - US$257 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#69 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
#77 Business Hotel in Amsterdam
#84 Family Hotel in Amsterdam
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