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We were a party of 6 people and we suffered an attempt of scam from the manager. He tried to charge us extra money for a reservation we already made on a lower price.
We had to deal with him by phone for more than......More
Pretty awful experience here. This place is cheap and dingy. My friend had booked this hostel through Booking.com, where it was advertised as having flexible cancellation; that’s one of the reasons she picked the spot. Well she tried to cancel (family issues), at which point...More
As we arrived they asked us to pay cash (347 euros). Because we did not have that amount, they wanted to charge us +10/15% (not even clear). They refused to give us the keys...
This is illegal: they have to take your credit card without...More
A group of us stayed here and found the experience pretty bad ~ for one, we were in a tiny room that stank like sewerage in the morning, also staff walked through our room to get to the garden without knocking and regard for privacy,...More
My brother and I stayed for one at this place. I booked online some days before traveling, 2 beds in a 4 bed-room for us. As we arrived there, the guy at the reception told us, in a very unfriendly way, that we booked only...More
Bustling Albert Cuypstraat serves as the main drag through De Pijp and the location for Albert Cuyp Market, the largest and most famous of Amsterdam’s many outdoor markets. Beyond this sometimes-frantic thoroughfare, tiny lanes beckon urban explorers in search of the latest trends and hidden gems. Nearly half the residents living in De Pijp are foreigners and a good number of them are students. Here you'll
find a multitude of ethnic restaurants, great cafes and bars, and a brilliant array of locally owned shops, all catering to a broad range of budgets and tastes.