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Location wise value for money. Staff very courteous and helpful. Rooms are spacious and clean. Breakfast good but can be better. Had comfortable stay. Would stay again if and when visiting Amsterdam. Close to shopping street and Madam Tussaud.
Rho Hotel was situated really close to Dam Square. The staff were very friendly. A nice breakfast was included in the price. Parking available underneath the hotel. Free tea, coffee and hot chocolate in lobby, which was very comfortable.
The location is perfect right in the middle of everything close to the train station. We got there the day before New Year's Eve. Not ideal for during the holidays as the noise was a big factor. Super noisy all night around NYE but to...More
This is a 3 star hotel situated just off Dam square (the centre of everything)The service was excellent nothing was a problem,the breakfast was to die for.the rooms were clean and comfortable and if they provided face clothes this Hotel should be a 4 star....More
We enjoyed our stay at this hotel, it was in such a great location we were given a quiet room which was perfect. The bathroom was spacious and so was the room, it did get very hot but luckily there was a fan in the...More
US$158 - US$426 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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