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I stayed here last weekend within a group of seven friends (including Charlotte B).
Upon arrival we checked in via the bar area and made our way to our rooms. There are quite a lot of stairs in this hotel so I wouldn't recommend staying...More
I've never written a bad review for a hotel in my life, but this is literally THE worst hotel I've ever stayed at. You're basically paying for a really crappy and really expensive Hostel.
The rooms are dirty, the hotel reception is a dive bar....More
Initially everything was good. Was greeted by bar staff. Who spoke very good English, checked in like normal. Stayed for 3 days. Room wasn't cleaned during our stay. There was a night porter who was available to let you in late at night. The shower...More
Booked a long weekend with a group of friends. I can't make any comment in the value for money as it was paid for by my friends as a birthday treat.
I loved the hotel, stairs included!
It's a typical Amsterdam style building so if...More
Initially booked because of the reasonable price but so glad I did. This is a very clean and friendly hotel.
Bar is well stocked and not expensive, staff are friendly and it's a busy place with a right mix of customers. There are seats outside...More
US$112 - US$222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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