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I have stayed at this hotel 3 times now over the space of 2 years. It's location is amazing, it's the cheapest hotel on dam square.
The staff are helpful and polite, although when you call to reception they do take a while to deal...More
Look up when you get near Dam Square - the Hotel name is up on the roof.
Straight walk from Central Station - location is everything to me.
Breakfast was first class.
If you want a good place to sleep and a great breakfast -...More
Very good location in the center of Amsterdam just a few minutes walk from the central train station. Good quality for a 3star, our room was quite spacious, the personnel was very courteous and the buffet breakfast was very rich.
Standard room is very simple,but good in size, 2 beds ( instead of double bed, as we ordered), view to next wall (((, either no curtain in shower. Very thin walls - you can hear all going on 2 floors down and 2 floors up......More
Just returned from a two night stay at the Rho Hotel. The location is excellent. Just off Dam Square and easy to get to from the Central Station. You can walk to all the attractions from here and it's close to the many restaurants Amsterdam...More
US$154 - US$292 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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less salubrious activities drawing the curious to this age-old part of time. Nevertheless, the Red Light District is still a very safe and incredibly fascinating area where at the turn of a corner you can be transported from the dingy glow of modern day neon red to a glorious 16th century Delft blue dreamscape.
Hi, in the airport you can book a shuttle which I believe is €13-€16 euros one way for an adult. You pay at the desk or online beforehand and the rate is fixed. This is a option and takes about 30 minutes depending how many... More
Hi, in the airport you can book a shuttle which I believe is €13-€16 euros one way for an adult. You pay at the desk or online beforehand and the rate is fixed. This is a option and takes about 30 minutes depending how many hotel drop offs are before Rho hotel.
uber and taxi would cost more.
Alternatively you can get a train from the airport to Central station and then get a taxi or the short walk to the hotel. I hope this helps. Enjoy!
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"Here it really doesn't matter - we had a huge triple room."