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Nice service and nice room.
Nothing special but it is what it's supposed to be. A room to sleep in.
Breakfast wasn't free though which I thought.
Good walking distance to the center of Amsterdam and really close to both supermarkets and fine restaurants.
The young guy to the reception was really rude. The bed was a nightmare. I got for three days a stiffneck. Even the pillow was awful! I asked to change my pillow at least.. Nothing.. They did not care about me. The only good thing...More
1 Thank Alessandro R
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 November 2015
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This hotel is a great location, get the tram (1) from central and get off at leidsplein square a 5 minute walk to hotel. We had a great sleep on both nights, didn't hear any other guests despite the hotel being busy. The decor is...More
I payed a very low price for the Season 2 weeks before our venue. We stayed one night The day of Arrival, we called the Hotel in order to recieve indication, then the Night -Receptionnist asked us to pay 10 euro for, as he said,...More
Top sites to see in this attractive and affluent part of town include the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum, to name but two of the highly acclaimed museums of the aptly named Museum Quarter. And if you need a break from all the fantastic art, there’s the Neoclassical Concertgebouw music hall and Vondelpark, the city’s largest park. Shopaholics and luxury brand connoisseurs will love exploring the high-end shopping
destinations of PC Hooftstraat, Van Baerlestraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat, and Jacob Obrechtstraat, where even the shop window displays are of museum quality. In the evenings, when the museums close and the daytrippers head home, the area becomes a quiet oasis of calm with a sophisticated and urbane tone.