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Very close to Dam Square, down a lane from a very busy street.
We were taken up to the Studio apartment and were surprised how big a spacious it was.
The only down side like most buildings in Amsterdam was the stairs being very steep....More
The apartment is conveniently located downtown, just a few steps off Dam Square and within walking distance to all central attractions in Amsterdam. The owners also run a bikeshop on street level and are very helpful and friendly. The apartment is simple, but practical and...More
It was my first time in Amsterdam so I really did not know that this hotel did not serve breakfast. The location was city central and you can walk to everything. But, since the title said Bed & Breakfast it didn't include it. It was...More
The apartment is great for a city break, 10min walk from station and the directions were easy to follow, very close to dam square. Right in the centre but still very quiet. We booked the 2 bed apartment which had lots of space, comfy beds...More
We booked one of the 2 bedroom apartments here for a friend's birthday trip. It was a very reasonable price and because we wanted to stay in the centre of Amsterdam, we thought the price was great. It turns out that the location was even...More
US$ 150 - US$ 311 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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