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This hotel is in the centre of where you need to be. It’s a 5 minute walk from the train station and very easy to find!
We arrived early so was great that we could store our cases in a secure place until the check...More
The location of this hotel it's very good, the room we got assigned had plenty of space and was super clean. Why not excellent ? Even if it was a non smoking rooms the hallway smelled like cigarette smoke most of the time, also the...More
The hotel was in a great location, was clean, and the staff were very helpful. However the room was literally like living in a closet. Definitely would have preferred a bit more space, but we still enjoyed our stay.
Great location, 2 min walk from the central station. Staff were nice. Rooms were clean, and beds comfy. It was not noisy at night considering how central the location was. You do pay a bit more for the location, but worth it.
Location is perfect, in the heart of everything. The bed was one of the comfiest I've stayed in, perfect. The rooms themselves are quite small, however no complaints as they are well laid out and had everything needed for a short stay. The layout of...More
US$118 - US$347 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#105 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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