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The place smelts, the bathroom has 2 tiny smelly towels, the bed has a weird blanket from the 80s. No shampoo, no soap, everything is smelly in this place, and our room was in the 3rd floor so we have to climb the spiral stair...More
Very simple but very central hotel.
Great for a weekend away.
This was a third of the price of anything near by and was great value for money.
If you were out and about and just looking for somewhere to sleep I would recommend this...More
I have stayed here a couple of times before, it is cheap and cheerful... or so I thought. I do not know if it is new owners, or the same owners have lost interest but MY GOD... you could not write it, it is just...More
Stayed here for three nights in a triple room and it wasn't amazing, but it had what was needed. If you're looking for a luxury room, and you're going to spend more time in the room than just to sleep and wash in then this...More
We were two students looking for a cheap place to stay in the centre of Amsterdam for a little holiday. The hotel was perfect for what we needed i.e. basic facilities and cheap prices. Personally don't really understand all the bad reviews but perhaps we...More
US$91 - US$197 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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To visit Amsterdam and not explore De Wallen (the Dutch name for this area) or to go only to gawk at its saucier aspects would mean missing the opportunity to view some of the city’s most picturesque canals, historic landmarks, and impeccably presented examples of traditional local architecture – not to mention Amsterdam’s own Chinatown, Europe’s largest Buddhist temple and more local treasures. Sure, there are some
less salubrious activities drawing the curious to this age-old part of time. Nevertheless, the Red Light District is still a very safe and incredibly fascinating area where at the turn of a corner you can be transported from the dingy glow of modern day neon red to a glorious 16th century Delft blue dreamscape.