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Room - adequate for six people, smelt of bleach but clean, overlooking street so lot of noise. However on first floor via long winding staircase.
Bathroom - toiletries and towels provided which I didn't expect. Bleach smell but clean. Decent shower. Handwash and shower gel...More
I was worried when I looked at the reviews of this hotel. Anyway upon arrival it is situated in a great place and our room overlooked the canals, one of the rooms was on the top floor and had a fantastic view, with lovely windows...More
This hotel is absolutely disgusting! We booked through booking.com because the reviews seemed ok, wish we'd looked on tripadvisor first! The room itself was very small with nowhere to store your belongings. The linoleum in the main room felt greasy underfoot and was very dirty...More
Booked this 'hotel' for a family few days in Amsterdam via booking.com and also checked its website and everything seemed ok. That is until we arrived. Firstly, as I found out later, they charge per person and not per room. The room was small with...More
I would not recommend this hotel for anyone, not even a rat. It is absolutely disgusting and should not be aloud to be open. I haven't even slept in this room yet but I would rather sleep on the streets. The pillows have pee stains...More
US$86 - US$352 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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