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I stayed here in my 20's on a solo trip to Europe in 2001. I chose it because it was a bargain, and located within easy walking distance of Amsterdam Central. It's the only hotel from my trip that I still remember 16 years later....More
Really enjoyed our visit to the France Hotel in Amsterdam which we stayed at for 3 nights/4 days. The staff were very friendly and helpful as well as speaking excellent English. The hotel itself was very pleasant, clean and tidy. It's located right in the...More
Great hotel we stayed in for 3 nights. Room was clean and suitable for our stay. Bed extremely comfortable and room comes with aircon. If you opt for breakfast included this is served and the Irish Pub next door which was an added bonus. Located...More
This was a last minute deal so my expectations were low. I had a front room on the first floor so v noisy with the windows open at night. But the bed was comfortable and the room clean and functional. I loved the plastic rocking...More
I stayed at the France Hotel for 3 nights at the end of June, 2017 and couldn’t be more pleased with my stay. The hotel was very centrally located in the center of Amsterdam just a short walk from Central station where trains (supposedly) run...More
US$129 - US$310 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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