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I cannot comment on the rooms as I never stayed here but the bar in this hotel has a brilliant atmosphere.
Although it is a smoking bar you do not feel obliged to smoke and can enjoy a drink.
They have some great DJ's on...More
Would highly recommened this cafe to anybody wanting to experience Amsterdam fully. Great selection of different types of smoke and bongs are available to hire (for free!). Cockney guy behind the counter was very friendly and helpful.
Really like this bar, it has some good DJ's at night, is chilled and friendly during the day and best of all you can smoke and drink here. It is used by locals too which is always a good sign. My only gripe would be...More
Right, let's get the bad out of the way. One member of staff was so rude, he riled us all up. Upon getting there, he looked dis-interested. It was as if checking us in was a chore. Didn't like the check in process in general,...More
come here to enjoi the last period before the weedpass.
Awesome location, great staff and a big room.
The room was good with everything you need.
The breakfast was great in the morning :)
Thanks to the staff!!!
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US$372 - US$389 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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