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I stayed in Sallon apartment which is around 1 minute walk from the hotel on first floor. Apartment was very spacious with all the basic required things and a neat and clean wash room. Staff is really helpful. They serve breakfast in bar and atmosphere...More
Probably the smallest and nicest room I ever stayed in. Location is superb with easy access to dam square, trams, shops, restaurants and bars
Staff very friendly and the bar offers happy hour prices for resident all day
Would definitely return
Stayed here for three nights with a group of friends. The staff were extremely welcoming & helpful and the rooms were clean. The whole place is a little quirky but in a good way. It's in a great location & we would definitely stay here...More
Amazing staff in the bar were you get discount at the bar when you are a guest. Rooms a bit funky but very clean loved it would recommend I have stayed here four times. Breafast very nice food all very well presented and fresh. Good...More
Nice beer. Small bar in a rustic little hotel on the edge of the RLD. Did not try the rooms but certainly a warm welcome from the barman (bald French speaking guy) and they have a wealth of local beer options.
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US$79 - US$275 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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