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The location was great. I would never ever stay here again. First the bathroom was moldy. The room was wicked small. Even for Europe standards. There was construction on the building. They start pretty early too. At night, You can hear the people outside the...More
We arrived Saturday morning,when we arrived I noticed water coming through a light in the bar area.The girl who was working told us we can leave our bags and come back at 2pm to check in.We arrived back at hotel at the check inn time...More
This is what I would call the typical European hotel, small and no frills. It is a great value especially for the location. 4 min walk from the train station.
Only a couple of issues to be aware of, the stairs are very steep and...More
This hotel is in such a great location. We paid for a "cozy" room, but got upgraded to a bigger one for free. It was spacious and clean. Although there aren't many services or amenities, everyone we spoke with at the reception (which is at...More
Basic hotel in very convenient position. Small room which was clean on arrival but not devices during our three night stay except for toilet roll replenished and bin emptied. Friendly staff good bar downstairs where you can buy good breakfast. Good decor in room but...More
US$81 - US$350 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#33 Best Value Hotel in Amsterdam
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