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Just come back from Amsterdam after 3 nights and we stayed here at the rokin hotel. We landed at schipol airport and got the train into central Amsterdam which was so easy and a lot cheaper than getting a taxi. After a 15 minute walk...More
Very central location, less than 5 min walk to Dam Square. Staff very friendly. Breakfast basic but tasty. Rooms extremely basic, we were in the top floor room was spacious and quiet, showers hot, beds comfortable. Pleasantly surprised on the whole considering how cheap the...More
The hotel is ideally located in the centre of Amsterdam on the road to the station and in walking distance. You can reach all of the main central attractions easily. It is snall with some winding stairs to the top floor and breakfast room that...More
This hotel was expensive for what it was but due to its location, that's to be expected. Really central, nice staff, very clean, free breakfast. Slow slow slow wifi that struggles to stay connected. Tiny little tv but lots of channels. Hairdryer in bathroom as...More
Stayed for 2 nights, found staff to be helpful and friendly and happy to help out with tourist/restaurant recommendations. Walk 5 minutes and you are in Dam Square. Rooms very clean, comfortable, continental breakfast set in a lovely room downstairs. Great value hotel.
US$146 - US$262 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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