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When we first entered the hotel hall after checking in at a seperate location down the street, we were greeted by the smell of garbage and a pile of sheets and towels at the bottom of the stairs. After having climbed the relatively steep stairs...More
I have stayed in many hotels in many cities, in many different countries. This is the worst hotel I have ever stayed in.
You'll see that most of my reviews are relatively positive. I have nothing good to say about this place at all. You...More
My family and I spent three nights at the Aston Hotel. A typical older hotel for Europe. No elevator and lots of stairs. The hotel was economically priced and we had a room for five. Location is great, a little outside of the hustle and...More
Small room, no wardrobes or side tables
Lived out the bags, but not a big deal
2in1 shampoo/ shower gel provided
Enough Toilet rolls provided
No air con / fan was handy
Entrance smells awful, but rooms were not...More
We were allowed to check in early which was good. Parking on the road is very difficult. We parked around in MuseumPlein and it cost 40 euros a day.It was an immaculate car park though and the car was there and untouched when we returned...More
US$75 - US$275 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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