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We loved this place. They also accommodated us when we came back through Amsterdam and the hotel we had booked lost our reservations. The tower room is really cool but you do have to climb quite a few stairs to get there. Not brand new...More
This hotel is located in the center of Amsyerdam just about 100 meter from Flower Market. The hotel room was spacious and clean. The staff was very ftiendly and helpful. The bed and pillows were comfortable.
Great little find
Fantastic room overlooking the Amstel , huge bed , lovely toiletries
Front desk service was excellent
Perfect location for sightseeing would definitely return
Didn't have the breakfast but I understand it's fabulous and great value
We stayed here for one night in 2 rooms. We had one double and one triple. The triple had a loft with 2 beds, so this would not be good for those with mobility issue. Both had incredible views of the city including the Munttoren....More
The rooms and the staff were wonderful. We had a nice view and plenty of room. The room we stayed in was on two floors with the kitchen and living room on one floor and the bedroom on the other. It should be noted however...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$165 - US$309 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#32 Family Hotel in Amsterdam
#69 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
#77 Business Hotel in Amsterdam
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