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We stayed at Hotel Residence Le Coin for 4 nights over Christmas. We found the room to be big and clean and the bed large and comfortable. The small kitchenette was fabulous as we could buy some and keep some snacks and cheap beers :)...More
Stayed here last month for an overnight visit to Amsterdam with my friends. There were four of us so we booked the family room through booking.com and got quite a good deal.
The hotel is in a good location, fairly central and certainly within walking...More
We visited last october. Booked the family room, 2 rooms with share shower and toilet. Rooms are big enough to host families of 4-5 persons each room. There is all the equipments to self cooking, the bouns is coffee machine. Room's design are bit old...More
The official rating for a hotel of this standard wihld be 3 stars. However, this hotel surprised us positively.
Location is perfect, service very frienly, rooms are spacious and clean. Our room was also very quite which is not always something to be taken for...More
The location is amazing, right in the heart of the city center. Rooms are big with a small kitchen inside and very clean and has reasobale price. The breakfast is 13 € per each. Staff is very friendly. I strongly reccommend.
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$163 - US$254 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#69 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
#77 Business Hotel in Amsterdam
#84 Family Hotel in Amsterdam
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