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Room was very basic and small. Could hear everything in hallway or next room. Breakfast included, also basic. But location was very central, about 10 minute walk from train station, and 10 -20 walk to all sites.
The room was basic enough (small wardrobe, no tea/coffee making facilities, only body lotion/shower gel in the bathroom - no shampoo or conditioner) however it was clean and comfortable. Only thing was we were on the top floor which the lift didn't reach - no...More
Hotel is old but very good situated. The rooms with no street view are more calm but with no view :-( mattress are not hard enough but cushions are hard like a stones - no possible to sleep on them :-( Bed moved apart -...More
Very central position, useful to visit the town; professional and kind staff and client oriented; good, varied and abundant breakfas, both sweet and Salty; room large enough and clean. Needs some small renovation work.
We arrived in the morning and i ask if possible leave...More
Fabulous location, 2 mins from Dam square , everything within walking distance. Very clean and comfortable room, good selection of continental breakfast. Very steep spiral staircase down to breakfast room so need to be careful there.
One negative, we were given wrong price for taxi...More
US$ 149 - US$ 265 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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