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Both times I stayed in Amsterdam for short trips, I used this hotel. It is an old hotel, hence the lack of elevator and steep stairs, so more ideal for younger people, as it's a comfortable roof over your head, rather than anything luxurious.
great bar, nice room, brilliant staff , stairs did not bother us and wife have had a hip replacement, and never hear anything from outside, right in middle of everything and 2 mins from train station, take about 1/2 from airport .
Staff are so friendly, bar downstairs, rooms are basic but clean and have everything you'd need and a clean shared bathroom and shower. Easy going. Staff will let you keep bags there after checking out do you aren't carrying them all day until your flight....More
The location of this place is just amazing.Right in the heart of where the action is. A 5 minute walk from Amsterdam Central station over the canal & you are on Warmoesstraat & this one right at the corner at the beginning of the street....More
I stayed at hotel international for 1 night on the 15th February.
I thought the staff were friendly, the hotel clean, in a great location and good value for money.
It was my 5th visit to Amsterdam and my 5th different hotel. I will be...More
US$88 - US$189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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