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This hotel is poor, have to share the restroom and its inconvenient,no elevator so it's really hard for us to bring all the luggage to the room.Hope they make a elevator in the future.Otherwise is good
Arrived att a coffee shop. You dont see that on the booking sites....right next to it is door to the hotel, reception up a floor.
The smell of smoke ilkegal in most countries would make any working environment controller go nuts!! Poor staff.
Just returned from spending 3 nights here with the girls, there was 5 of us, we had the 2 triple rooms in the loft which was quiet, very basic.. beds , table/chairs and tv... Breakfast was served next door in the smokeys night club, good...More
This place truly lives up to the phrase, "you get what you pay for." Their motto is "Amsterdam's most comfortable one star hotel" and I have to agree. The bedding was comfortable! I luckily had a room on the top floor and it was not...More
Pros: great location/central, free wifi and continental breakfast , fairly cheap
Negatives: quite loud (although it is in a busy area)
Would recommend to friends/couples but wouldn't recommend families.
US$90 - US$259 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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