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The evening before our travel, I received a call to confirm my stay. I took this as a courtesy call.
We spent the whole day at Keukenhof and turned up at about 8PM.
We were given the key and directed to a place in the...More
6 of us stayed at the hotel for just 1 night in April. The rooms are basic but clean and tidy and certainly adequate. I found the staff, unlike some other reviewers, very friendly and polite, they helped with where to go and what to...More
If you are looking for a good base to explore Amsterdam give this place a wide berth. The owners are very rude and demand your money for the room when you arrive. If we had not paid up front we would have left after the...More
The nightmare started from the moment we tried to check inn. The staff were abrupt rude and not very professional to say the least. They made us wait till all our party had arrived even though we travelled from many different countries on different flights....More
Stayed one night here, just enjoying breakfast now and decided that, for 70€,this place is a find :) rooms are basic but fun and clean, surprisingly the noise wasn't bad at all for saying I slept above a coffee shop and there's a fan provided...More
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US$ 132 - US$ 219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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