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Right off Dam Square, you can walk wherever you want. We stayed for 3 nights. The staff was amazing, gave great recommendations for restaurants and provided directions with a highlighted map. The room was pretty simple, but we were not visiting for a top notch...More
Stayed at this hotel for 1 night only as an add on to DFDS mini cruise from Newcastle to Amsterdam. There were 3 of us and we booked one of their triple rooms but ended up with an upgrade to a suite because of building...More
Great location; literally steps away from Dam Square and easy walking access to Centraal Station, shopping, sightseeing and loads of restaurants. Our room was basic but comfortable with all the necessities. Staff were very friendly and helpful no matter the time of day. Breakfast was...More
I only had one night here unfortunately but will definitely book again next time I'm in Amsterdam. It was easy to get to from Centraal station, very centrally located (Dam square), near great shopping and many tourist attractions. The staff were very friendly and courteous...More
We stayed in the Rho Hotel in April this year, our son was studying in Amsterdam and checked out the Rho Hotel for us.
It is so central, a stones throw from Dame Square and a short walk from Central station.
The hotel was a...More
USD 158 - USD 433 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#109 Romantic Hotel in Amsterdam
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