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It’s always amazing here in The Old Nickel. Amazing staff, good music and a great time guaranteed!! Other travellers and/or locals are always up for a good chat at the bar. Clean nice and dark just how a bar should be!
Fantastic location just 3 mins from Amsterdam Central Station , very clean modern comfortable room and friendly staff.
Would definitely stay again , oh yeah and the Pub has great selection of beers. Only bad thing is the stairs , we were on the third...More
Excellent location in city centre, great value, clean , no problems. Would go again. Stayed in a twin room, small but functional and modern. The hotel reception is a old style bar, and hotel rooms was a couple of buildings down, 30 sec walk away.
Very happy indeed. Would definitely recommend. Its even had a UK 3pin plug socket in the wall. Never sas that anywhere in mainland europe before. It was very clean, central and just right fir the trip. Only 100 yards from Amsterdam Centraal. And its over...More
Firstly the location is superb and for the money paid the hotel was ok however the room I had was so small I could touch both sides at the same time but as I was alone the size of the room was no problem. The...More
US$77 - US$331 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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