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My boyfriend and I stayed at the Hotel Max for 3 nights and found the room super cosy. It was small and toilet was slightly awkward but for the price it was bearable! I have notice a lot of people complaining about the fact you...More
The hotel is very very small considering the price we paid and it's location is quite far from the center.
This hotel does not have its own reception that's why you have to go to it's sister hotel for check in and check out.
Reception? Closed the entire stay. ADVERTISE the DIRECTIONS to the other hotel where you are logging people in and out. The place is dirty, but to be fair they are trying to fix the place up a little (Workman with a tin of paint was...More
First thing to mention is that tho Hotel is part of a different hotel called Hotel Iris, and therefore you will need to check in a different building just across the canal from where Hotel Max is. This was not explained when booking so would...More
we arrived and checked in over at iris directly over the road,very quick check in, really nice staff,room was beautiful, clean with shower and toilet tv sink wardrobe , slept great every night, what more could you ask for. We navigated from here to almost...More
US$68 - US$229 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Bustling Albert Cuypstraat serves as the main drag through De Pijp and the location for Albert Cuyp Market, the largest and most famous of Amsterdam’s many outdoor markets. Beyond this sometimes-frantic thoroughfare, tiny lanes beckon urban explorers in search of the latest trends and hidden gems. Nearly half the residents living in De Pijp are foreigners and a good number of them are students. Here you'll
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