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amazing view of the room - front - , tasty breakfast , in the centre,
hospitable and friendly staff !!!! certainly i'll stay there again when i'll visit amsterdam.
very warm inside , out of the window the xmas tree.... like waiting the santa to...More
The location of the hotel is perfect, right in the center of Amsterdam, across the street from the shopping district and close to the main train station as well.
The room was comfortable, with a double bed (not a full double IMO, though, it was...More
I didn't like the fact that the shower has no tub.
I like it because: location, right in the center, very close to public transportation. Staff extraordinarily helpful. Room - spacious enough, very clean, warm. Towels were changed daily, linen immaculate. Breakfast - OK, basic...More
I booked the room for 3 nights and paid 500 EUR. Thought, it's going to be a good and relaxing stay in this hotel. Unfortunately, room was very awful (considering its price), poorly equipped with shower gel etc.
What is even worse, this room I...More
Conveniently located in the main street of Amsterdam - around 20 minutes walk from the train station.
Lots of nice restaurants nearby.
The breakfasts served were good with lots of choices.
Suitable for budget traveller.
US$164 - US$273 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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