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we choose this hotel because of it's location and indeed it was very convenient, it is just few meters from the Dam square - minutes walk from Madam tuso Museum and other attractions.
It is located above a pizza restaurant which is owned by the...More
Great hotel right in centre. Clean and recently updated. Helpful friendly staff. Big choices at breakfast. It is above an Italian restaurant and pizzeria that gives discount if staying in hotel. Would definitely go back and recommend.
I stayed here April 2017, perfect location, right on Dam Square. Loads of restaurants located around, staff are very friendly, room was clean n tidy, reasonably priced, breakfast was nice every morning.
Hotel is ok and in the center of Amsterdam . room very very very small.
Clean. Thin walls, you can hear everything.
bad customer service as usual in Amsterdam.
What a fantastic location. The rooms were very small and basic but clean and everything needed was available at reception i.e hairdryers, iron and ironing boards. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Continental breakfast was great and served from 7.30am-10.45am which was good if...More
US$ 108 - US$ 238 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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