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The Hotel Rokin is a about a 15-minute walk from the Central Station, but it isn't an easy walk if you are carrying/dragging luggage since the Damrak is always packed with people and most of the sidewalks and Dam Square are cobbled or otherwise unevenly...More
Lovely hotel ,with a good breakfast included,
hotel room was a little small and quite dated but it was clean and tidy with a tv and wireless so all in all pretty good value.
The hotel has no bar and we didn't know if we...More
There are really friendly staff in the hotel - thank them very much!
Location is brilliant, no complaint! 10 min to the Central station, tram station is really close, good Food plaza nearby (open every day till 22 - delicious fruits and salads).
I stayed in this hotel a long time ago when I was last in Amsterdam. It's been renovated since then and they've done a good job.
The main selling point is it's great location. It's handy for everywhere and everything. It's a 10 minute walk...More
This hotel is nicely located, within minutes to some pleasant restaurants and in walking distance to most of the site seeing points in Amsterdam.
But the room leaves a lot to be desired. My room faces the main street but the window doesn't close properly....More
US$160 - US$298 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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