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We travel a lot and we don't mind budget, basic accommodation but this place is dirty and well past it's best. Grubby carpets and dirty blankets on the beds, with a shower room straight out of the 50's, probably same fittings from the 50's that...More
basic room and bathroom, but worth the money.
excellent position in Amsterdam, close to lots of bars.
the hotel is pretty basic itself, but as a cheap hotel get away with friends it was ideal.
the hotel probably isnt ideal for families as it is...More
It was one of the worst experience in an hotel, the location was good but the rooms are tiny and dirty, The bathroom was so disgusting and I don´t recommend it, for the same price you could stay in another place more comfortable and clean....More
Fantastic location, but don't expect luxury.
This is basic but clean accommodation.
We had a room for 5. All single beds, and an ensuite bathroom. Plenty of hot water in the morning but only Luke warm in the afternoon. Have a morning shower and all...More
Good budget option. Good price for the location, but very basic room. A guy came in our room at 9am without knocking to get our bin which hadn't been used, which I found very weird. We were located on the top floor of hotel Ben...More
US$69 - US$252 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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