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We arrived in Amsterdam befor boarding a Viking cruise down the Rhine. The hotel has an excellent location and the staff there were very professional.
The only downside is the noise in the evening. Since the location is so good, there are many restaurants and...More
This isn't the best hotel you'll ever stay at..............but for the price, the position (just off Dam Square and about 10 mins walk form the station); the friendliness of the staff; the buffet breakfast, the cleanliness of the rooms etc you could do a lot...More
I have a reservation at this place. Their reservation desk failed to reply to all in the midst of an email conversation and as a consequence confusion ensued. When I called the desk today I was advised that no one could answer my question because...More
This hotel is situated about 20 paces down a side road off Dam Square and is ideal for walking to all parts of the city. The hotel is very clean, rooms well presented and comfortable enough for short stays. Reception staff very helpful and friendly....More
Rho is very conveniently located, just off Dam square, a 10 minute walk from the Central Station and walking distance to,all the city attractions. It is surrounded by great restaurants and the area has a party atmosphere after dark. Ask for a quiet room at...More
US$159 - US$433 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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