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Cannot stress enough how truly disgusted I was at this supposed hotel.
Room was tiny, exposed pipes, thin walls heard neighbor coughing and sneezing all night, dirty, furniture was so cheap felt like it was about to fall apart and has been found on the...More
I liked this hotel and it's proximity to the tram. I stayed here a few years ago during the American Thanksgiving holiday in November, so it was quiet and not tourist season. The rooms were small like a typical dutch hotel, but the room was...More
Stayed here in December 2015 so things may have changed a little. My room was very cold so had to use duvet off the other bed to keep warm plus the windows didn't block the noise from outside. There was no lift in use and...More
The room is definitely not good and with the price we paid, I am not utterly convinced. The room was dirty and there were bugs. Would not stay here again if we could help it.
The buffet breakfast was good. Do avail one. AND THE...More
Spent four nights at Aalborg in the beginning of 2017. The location is good. The area of De Pijp is really nice, and it's easy to reach Aalborg with a tram for example. The Sharpati park is just opposite to the hotel and it's a...More
Bustling Albert Cuypstraat serves as the main drag through De Pijp and the location for Albert Cuyp Market, the largest and most famous of Amsterdam’s many outdoor markets. Beyond this sometimes-frantic thoroughfare, tiny lanes beckon urban explorers in search of the latest trends and hidden gems. Nearly half the residents living in De Pijp are foreigners and a good number of them are students. Here you'll
find a multitude of ethnic restaurants, great cafes and bars, and a brilliant array of locally owned shops, all catering to a broad range of budgets and tastes.
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The hotel has no parking and parking in Amsterdam is phenomenally expensive (around 25-30 euros per day depending on where). Many people"in the know" park in villages outside and get the train in.... It's really an eternal... More
The hotel has no parking and parking in Amsterdam is phenomenally expensive (around 25-30 euros per day depending on where). Many people"in the know" park in villages outside and get the train in.... It's really an eternal Amsterdam hassle and nightmare, I am sorry to say. You cld try parking at the RAI conference center... A car in Amsterdam is a liability anyway! Trams are good..