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We were e-mailed less than 24h before our arrival was due saying they were full (no apology whatsoever) and that they had booked us into a different hotel. Apple inn hotel which was nice but more expensive, didn't include breakfast and was much less central...More
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Stopped at 1a Hemonystraat, Having paid for a de-luxe room found it to be very poor , this hotel needs much more attention to finishing off the basics . Modern shower that worked very well, but leaked all over the rest of the floor, the...More
The hotel was overbooked but didn't informed us about is. We found out about it when we arrived at the hotel. No help was provided in finding another hotel even though the manager was at the hotel. This was defenitly the worst service ever!
Having just returned from a weekend stay at Rooms & Co I felt compelled to provide a more accurate description of the “facilities” on offer, to override the out of date inaccuracies offered by the bed and breakfast’s website and booking.com.
Firstly, the comment that...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.