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Came here with my two friends for a fun weekend. We were given the 5th floor with No lift .Our room was extremely average, literally 3 beds, table and a chair. Room was cold, walls were thin. Bathroom and shower are communal so not in...More
The place is really cozy! Clean, close to center, bars, coffee shops and etc... cool people working in reception - always helpful! 😃 I would recommend the place to experience the capital of Netherlands!!! ❤️😍
Visited Amsterdam several times before and these type of hotel hostels are great.
Convenient location in Rembrandt Square above Smokey coffee shop. 15 minute walk from red light area.
Rooms were clean and just large enough, breakfast was adequate although no cooked options. Reception extremely...More
More hostel than hotel.
Staff really friendly. Breakfast was very good. Shared toilets which isn't great but in fairness were kept very clean.
Noisy yes but didn't bother us as we were aware from previous reviews.
Chose this hotel for price only so...More
•Music rumbling through whole building to 3am.
• Communal showers and toilets, which was not specified in booking description.
• Rooms were very small
•Remotes in room did not work
•Gang of men selling drugs around the door and square.
• Breakfast was in the...More
US$82 - US$277 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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