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It's a a nice place to stay if you want to hang out and party a lot. Location is great, breakfast delicious. I think that the rooms on the weekends are definitely overpriced. I wouldn't come back but I had a good time. :)
I just love walking around Rembrandt square, lovely bars and restaurants, I like it much better than dam square. I've been for meals in the surround restaurants and love Murphy's bar on the corner. What a place
The hotel is very clean and welcoming. The best area location, nearby all main attraction.
Tram access in front of the hotel. Dam Square just 10 min walk.
Coffee-shops and restaurant all around the place.
For sure will stay again here.
Rooms were okay, you get what you payed for. But, the cleaner always left the windows wide open after they've finished cleaning. Which I guess is okay if you're staying there during the summer, but not during the end of October.
The shared bathroom were...More
My boyfriend and I booked a double room with shared bathroom from Thursday to Sunday and we paid 317 euros including the city tax and breakfast. The room was okay. We didn't expect too much, since we are talking about a 1 star hotel. We...More
US$83 - US$279 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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