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Location is ideal.....it's a nice surprise to walk through the small doorway and find yourself in a grand reception that once was a large theater! Nice rooms...great breakfast...a wonderful place to stay steps from Dam Square!
My wife and I stayed here for 3 nights at end of May 2013 and overall we would recommend the hotel. On the positive side, the location is great (10 mins to Central Station, 15 mins to museums, 30 seconds to Dam Square) the room...More
We stayed for just the one night but we were very impressed.
Staff are very friendly and helpful - 24 hour reception
Breakfast is buffet but very basic - steaky bacon, scrambled eggs, toast, bread and cold continental
Location is fab - literally on Dam...More
Stayed three nights. Very easy to get to from the station .... A few minutes walk and easy to find . Having read other reviews I had e mailed and requested a quiet room ... We were on the fourth floor at the back with...More
We stayed one night in this hotel, that has a perfect location in the very centre of the city. We felt very welcome when we arrived thanks to the nice man in the reception. The main entrance hall is very beautiful, I think it used...More
US$158 - US$433 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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