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I was not expecting a hotel in this price range to be this modern, clean, and wonderfully located. Many nice touches to make it an extraordinary experience. Location was perfect. Office staff working was extremely kind and helpful.
Pleasant and cosy, great location in the nine streets district, breakfast was served outside the door and was always fun to discover. steep steps when you arrive, worth the clime :) but consider if you carry heavy bags
Small hotel in an old original Amsterdam canal townhouse. Rooms - like small studios with kitchenette facilities & good size with nice bathrooms.
Stayed for two nights. No complaints.
Steep staircases so if you are not very mobile this is not your hotel. No restaurant,...More
Me and my wife booked the hotel for our honeymoon and we were not disappointed. Had my wife known just how steep the stairs were leading up to our room were then she might have asked me to book somewhere else. However, we are both...More
Just returned from a 4 night break in Amsterdam, having read a lot of reviews about the hotel Weber we decided to book it. Monica the manager was fantastic from start to finish We had asked for the quietest room possible and Monica sorted this...More
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My room was on the third floor facing the street - the two bars on the ground floor are very busy and loud - evenw ith the window closed, fan on, and earplugs in, it was still audible. Perhaps a room in the back would be ok... More
My room was on the third floor facing the street - the two bars on the ground floor are very busy and loud - evenw ith the window closed, fan on, and earplugs in, it was still audible. Perhaps a room in the back would be ok. But yes, the stairs are vey steep!
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"If you are old I would not suggest the rooms on the top floor. They require a lot of stairs."