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De Mallemoolen Hotel offers budget accommodation in a monumental building, a 5-minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station. Smoking is allowed in all rooms. The hotel rooms are basic in style and have a sink and TV. The shared bathrooms can be found in the hallway. Breakfast is served in...
I have stayed here 3 times now and every times has been wonderful apart from the last stay.
we arrived at 12:30pm to try and check (was 30mins early) to be greeted by a rude man on reception and come back at 1pm. we went...More
I have stayed in hotels in the past (especially in Amsterdam) which I would only recomend if you are out all the time, basically just somewhere to freshen up and get your head down for a few hours. This place, I wouldnt even stay again...More
I stayed in this hotel with a friend for three nights. When we arrived we met a friendly receptionist that helped us with a lot of informations. Rooms were simple and warm, you can smoke in yours. That's why we enjoyed staying there.
A male member of staff was very aggressive and when the beds were cleaned they had long hairs on and blood stains, very poor overall. The male member of staff was a young man with a poor attitude towards me and my friends, he was...More
Ótimo custo benefício, ótimo café da manhã. Ótima localização. Uma pena a wifi ser ruim. Não adianta pagar, não pega. Pelo menos o recepcionista foi honesto e disse que tava ruim e nem me cobrou pela senha. Do lado do hostel tem uma creperia MONDIAL...More
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