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We went to Amsterdam the full family (three children 6 to 8 years) to spend few days in October 2016. We found this hotel and it is truly well located, just 5min walking distance from the train station. Unfortunately the hotel room was not clean...More
This hotel is not recommendable for women. And it´s not recommendable for men, animals, plants, rocks.
The problem is not the stairs but the potential risks. In the next door room (the walls are like paper) four men started a violent fight at 3 am...More
Yes, ofcourse I know, I cannot expect to get a luxury for such a price in the center of Amsterdam, but seriously...The stairs are narrow, rooms are so so, not the first youth for sure...But knocking at your door 1 hour before check out in...More
Me and 3 friends from ireland stayed there for 5 days, friendly staff 10 minutes for central station easy to find and cheap and its a bed plus you're in Amsterdam you're not going to spend all day in the room its for sleeping and...More
The stairs are steep, the rooms stink of weed, the beds are only 2 foot wide, it was so hot when we were there - no fan or Aircon, the place looks years old, the shared toilet was so tight against the door you had...More
Thank Paul R
Management response:Responded 9 October 2017
dankjewel meneer Paul R voor je reactie,
de volgende keer zullen we extra opletten voor de schoonheid van de kamers...More
US$60 - US$263 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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