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Stayed for 2 nights, found staff to be helpful and friendly and happy to help out with tourist/restaurant recommendations. Walk 5 minutes and you are in Dam Square. Rooms very clean, comfortable, continental breakfast set in a lovely room downstairs. Great value hotel.
No frills hotel, but hands down best location. Cross to the other side of the Rokin is a major shopping district. You can find everything near this hotel, bike rental shops, touring and ticket offices, T-mobile outlet for SIM cards (although I find that there's...More
The first thing I'd like to say about this hotel is that the location is great; it's about 3 minutes away from Dam Square and other great attractions.
The receptionists there were friendly and helpful.
The breakfast isn't anything special but there is enough basic...More
The hotel is located in one of the main roads, of Amsterdam.
Is right next to Madame Tussauds museum.
It is 10 minutes wall from the other museums( Van Gogh and Rojksmuseum), and the " I Amsterdam " sign.
The staff was great too.
This hotel will be the one we choose when we come back to Amsterdam as it was so central. The hotel is clean basic and perfect for a place to put your head down at night. The staff are so friendly and if you are...More
US$164 - US$298 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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