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The hotel has an excellent location and very friendly staff. It did not have a minibar and even no water to drink in the room. The view of Amsterdam Centraal was excellent, day and night. No international channels on tv. Cleanness was poor. Good heating...More
I booked a room in this hotel for 4 days 3 night with my brother. On 23rd around 6:30pm, i bring one of my friend back to hotel to discuss where we going to eat. One of the manger asperity said "i smuggle my friend...More
This hotel is in an excellent location, just across the road from central station.
The staff were very friendly and helpful made me feel very welcome.
Hotel was clean and breakfast included was nice! I got a very good price too. The wi-fi was free...More
My wife and I have stayed in many Amsterdam hotels over the last 20 years or so. However we have been staying in the Prinshendrik now for 5 years or more. Staff are brillaint, facilities are very good and very reasonably priced. Great location. Well...More
Great location, great service and great food. Friendly staff put us at ease straight away and were always happy to help. Would comeback any day of the week, clean shower area and great view from the window
US$154 - US$319 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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