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Stayed here for 3 days early November.
Rooms are clean, beds are comfy and there's a TV which has some English channels on it too! Bathrooms on our floor were shared, always clean (as was the shower) and decent!
Location is brilliant! A 30 second...More
Pretty decent for the price you pay. Staff at the bar/reception very friendly and offered to store our bags for the day after we checked out so we could explore the city without massive rucksacks.
Room was a decent size, the bed was massive I...More
This is still my favourite bar in amsterdam. The hotel is great too. Ideally situated and only five minutes from the station. The bar staff are friendly and the bar is cosy, we have spent hours in here, there is always a great atmosphere. You...More
Stayed here last year & loved it so we decided to go for a beer here as we were strolling past.
Nice pleasant bar lady, decent priced beer & free fast wifi what more could you want 😀. It's a few street away from the...More
My fiancee and I stayed at hotel internationaal for 2 nights. We have visited Amsterdam on a number of occasions now but have to say that this hotel was by far the best we have stayed in. The staff were friendly the beds were comfy...More
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US$92 - US$216 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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