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Would never go back here. The room was so cold and small(7m2) and very bad cleaning. Bad service to. I would never go back there and never recomend this to anyone. The elevator in the "hotel" sounded like its going to fall the next second.
We just stayed at this hotel not by choice but because the hotel where we had a room " transferred" our reservation to this flea bag place. Yes location is ok but what isn't is the condition of this place. They gave us towels with...More
Friendly male reception staff. Females less friendly. Clean, tidy, everything you need in a hotel also very comfortable bed. Small double room was a more than adequate size. Some reviewers say noisy . This is a city centre hotel . Perhaps they need a countryside...More
We stayed at Cordial Hotel 21-24 March. Its very close to Dam square, near supermarket, tram, and less than 10min walk from Central Station. Hotel was cheap compared to other Hotels in same area (we avoided hotels far from center due to long distances walking...More
1. Based in the center, almost on Dam square
2. Clean rooms.
3. Free WiFi
1. Poor breakfast, every day the same
2. No bath features like bath caps, shampoo and etc.
3. Very poor WiFi quality
US$130 - US$328 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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