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We were supposed to stay here for one night, but two days before, we received an email saying there was an electrical fault in the hotel and our room was affected. We were quite disappointed with this as we quickly had to find a new...More
Hotel is in the middle of the city. So everything is close. Rooms were basic, but clean. You can go in and out of your room whenever you want, also at night. Staff is friendly and chill.
Breakfast was good and included with price. Staff...More
Just back from a 3 night trip to The Greenhouse Effect and we had a ball. If you are going to Amsterdam for a smoke this is the place to stay. Clean and quirky rooms. Yes the stairs are steep but it's Amsterdam what we're...More
This place is about one step up from a hostel which is totally fine if you're in that mind set. Be prepared for steep stairs. Our room was comfortable,but the bathroom was tiny and the shower was in a closet in the room. All in...More
We had a great time. Hotel was perfect. The staff where so helpful and friendly. A very big Thanku to Kirsty, sam and Trisha.
Couldn't of asked for more.
The location was great right in the centre
Love donna and friends.
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US$128 - US$222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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