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Very good Hotel and worth its 3 stars. The room for 4 was excellent,on suite bathroom, plenty of storage and space to sit and enjoy the view of Amsterdam going by. The satff were very freindly and helpfull and there was plenty of choice at...More
First something very important. I would suggest if you are carrying any quantity of luggage beyond a small handbag that you ask to see your room before parting with your cash. Mrs Jeff and I and our two friends were allocated rooms in two different...More
this hotel is very close to the railway station but it definitely is a rickety thing which had character but had seen better days. however,it was very clean and serviceable. the decor is old and tired but i didn't particlaurly care as i only wanted...More
Went here with a group of friends and the hotel was exactly what we needed. Location could not have been any better, directly across for Amsterdam central station.The rooms where spacious and they had a continental breakfast which was sufficient and set you up for...More
Good value for money.
Receptionists were always there.
Waiters knew what they were doing.
Theaids cleaned our room very well.
Interior (lift,stairs,corridors,lobby,breakf-ast room and lunch/dinner room) were all super clean...More
US$161 - US$336 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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