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Spent a few nights at Hotel Agora. The location is great, breakfast was nice, and the staff was very welcoming. BUT, the room was very average and could be cleaner, the bed was very uncomfortable. The towels weren't replaced every day and the room hasn't...More
Perfect location and a wonderfull staff. The young guy on the reception helped us with all our questions and was very kind. cozy beds and the breakfast was excellent. Only negative side was the noise during the night. There is a club next to the...More
I had a confirm booking for 4 nights and reached the hotel after long flight . The person who was at reception ridiculously rude, arrogant . When I asked about my booking he said today the hotel is full and this is the room that...More
Best location to find in Amsterdam but don't expect any high quality service although it makes you feel as if you are in middle ages Europe it is more like an attic :D
the room is not too bad but it rains you will feel...More
I stayed here last week. Location is excellent! 10 minutes away from Madame Tessauds and the Dam square and the metro stops 200m away from the hotel. The wifi was brilliant too, thats about it. The staff were "Efficient", they did their job with no...More
USD 121 - USD 543 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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