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I have stayed in this hotel twice and would not hesitate to stay here again. It is just across the road from the train station, is has lots of eateries nearby, is just a short walk to Dam Square, the Flower Market etc which makes...More
I would agree with the basic comments of others. Ideally placed a very short walk from the station so the train from Schiphol is ideal. Single room clean but perhaps just a little tight and no easy chair to relax in. Shower/toilet was let down...More
Position of Hotel Prins Hendrik is great, it is within 10 minutes of major attractions like the Anne Frank House and the Royal Palace. Several pubs are within walking distance of the hotel. Rooms are moderate large and clean.
My partner and I spend a midweek break at the Prins Hendrik Hotel in the heart of Amsterdam in February ,the hotel and staff were lovely, large clean room, situated directly across from the train station it was an ideal base to explore Amsterdam, the...More
Three day sight seeing trip with my girlfriends. The hotel is opposite the railway station which is why we picked it. It's old but clean. Staff were helpful and welcoming. The sights and shops are within easy walking distance. Food at hotel was better than...More
US$67 - US$360 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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