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This is not a fancy hotel so if that is what your looking for than you need to raise your budget and look elsewhere, but, if you are looking for an affordable decent place to crash in a good location this is it. The bunks...More
You need at least 2 full days to visit the main attractions of this City, a tour bus is the first thing to do & then work out which areas you want to go back to on foot.
Watch out for the cycles though as...More
We stayed here for 4 nights recently, myself and 3 friends. The owners were extremely nice and I would go back for their service alone. The rooms are quite small, but if you plan on being out and about for most of the trip this...More
Botel was in a good location, quiet and comfortable. Although the rooms are not big, they are cosy and I had very good night sleep. Shower was basic but excellent. It provided a good base for exploring Amsterdam and breakfast included. It is a boat...More
Expected the rooms to be small as it was a boat, but not be able to pass each other was extreme! Only two hand size towels supplied, the bed linen had seen better days & was very faded & the toilet seat was was broken....More
A visit to Amsterdam’s Eastern Docklands presents the opportunity to marvel at its many modern architectural masterpieces like the Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam and the beguiling Python Bridge while taking in its scenic waterfront with its trendy assortment of cafés, restaurants, bars, and clubs. Here in this post-industrial (though in some parts still very much presently industrial) neighborhood, you’ll find a
smart selection of cool galleries and shops as well as the kid-friendly Science Center NEMO and the National Maritime Museum.