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Good for if your just on a quick trip for somewhere to get your head down. Shared bathroom. We arrived and had no clue about the stairs! They were steep and so many! I have no problem with stairs but wow . Then we were...More
The guy totally screw us.
We were in Amsterdam and we came directly on Friday to the the hotel which was free on booking.com and several others websites.
When we came, the hotel was available for 2 nights until Sunday and we pay for it...More
Slept here for 2 nights while visiting Amsterdam with a friend.
It might have been ok if it had been cheaper.
Pretty nice location but.... uncomfortable beds, bare acceptable cleaning, very noisy room with a cardboard door as the only separator to the shared kitchen....More
The rooms are very very small,there is no riverview,the stairs to get to your room are so steep youll struggle with a decent lugagge,you can hear every one on youre floor even when they go to the toilet wich again is very small 50 cm...More
We (I Did) stay there for the second time. For sure not the last. Great room what started with a warm welcome. We came by train and Tram and a short easy walk we where there. This time no Amstel view but that was no...More
US$95 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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