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This hotel have a great location unfortunately that is the only good thing i can say about it.
the corridors are dirty, the rooms are tiny, WiFi is terrible, staff are not nice.
i do not recommend this hotel to anybody
From the moment we arrived we had a terrible experience! Firstly we were told there was no rooms left for us even though we booked months in advance. Then miraculously two rooms were available. We we’re a group of 7, 4 of us were put...More
Amazing little hotel. Comfy beds. Helpful staff. Is in the perfect location. The only thing that wasxa little annoying was that it is a non alcoholic place so the bar doesn't serve any alcohol what so ever.
2nd year we have stated here. It's central, clean and reasonable. Rooms are tiny and basic but if you are just looking for somewhere to lay your head then go for it. Don't expect too much and you won't be disappointed!
The Room was ok, nice toilet and comfortable beds.
The heating system worked well and the view was pleasant.
Excellent position for tourists, very close to Central train station and Dam square...
Little noisy at night due to the nearby night clubs.
Wi-Fi connection little...More
US$98 - US$516 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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