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This hotel is very well located (by Dam Square) with easy access to all amsterdam attractions. The staff is attentious, the breakfast is complete and delicious and the room is comfortable. I just missed a couple of things lije a real bed for a couple...More
I stayed in this hotel for 3 days/3 nights.
Hotel: good areas at the hall and the receptionists are very kind. If you have a problem they are always available! Thank you guys for your time.
Room: I stay in a room with a friend...More
The location of this hotel is its big drawcard...right on the edge of Dam Square and within walking distance to everything. The room was small and it's expensive for what you get. No a/c in the room and very noisy with the window open.
Whilst sailing in Holland for 6 weeks we stayed at the Rho Hotel for a few days in the middle of June this year. We booked on the basis of it being very central, a couple of hundred metres from the main railway station and...More
My daughter & I stayed here for 2 nights 30th & 31st July and found the hotel to be fine. We walked from Central station which only takes 10 minutes. Check in was quick & easy and our room was a good size, with 2...More
US$158 - US$428 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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