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Just returned from a 4 night stay at the Thorbeke hotel.
Worst hotel we have ever had the displeasure of staying at
Upon entry walking up what felt like Mount everest on an extremely dirty carpet gave us a glipse of things to come.
We arrived in Amsterdam and went to Booking.com at Schiphol airport to find a hotel. We were told that all hotels were booked up due to a "large gathering" of some kind and there was only one room left in all of Amsterdam - Hotel...More
you do get what you pay for, particulary the brekfast, a bit of toast that you have to make yourself! a slice of cheese and a hard boiled egg.
The location is good but security in the hotel is terrible. The main door to the...More
I booked an apartment via on-line with Bookings,com, roughly two months prior. As there were three of us, one couple and a single i thought the apartment would be best, we could all be together but the advertised seperate bedroom would give you privacy and...More
Due to a huge media conference in Amsterdam the Thorbecke hotel had the only available rooms. In hindsight sleeping in a canal may have been better.
- The stairs to reception are suitable for only a clear headed mountain goat.
- The 'room for 6'...More
US$168 - US$447 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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