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I was due to stay 2 nights at the Monopole with an offer of €95 per night for a twin room incl breakfast (booked 4 weeks previously). I rang the hotel on the day of arrival to confirm my arrival and to advise them when...More
Should've known when the tourist office rang them up and the guy said he'd only let the room for a minimum of 2 nights that there was something amiss - afterall, if you're not confident that you'll fill hotel rooms in Amsterdam on a weekend...More
A few of us booked into this hotel for a weekend in May for my 3oth birthday- a twin room and a triple. About 2 weeks before we were due to arrive one of us had to cancel, I tried to ring the hotel but...More
10 Thank lwf
Response from george-alliance, Manager at Hotel MonopoleResponded 25 September 2012
as you write that you send us e mail about one person canceelation and got no reply from our side and you ASSUMED it was ok. you can not assume it was ok if you do not get any reply. it is possible...More
We are from Sweden and we visited the hotel a month ago and stayed for 5 nights. We were asked to pay for our room immediately and we had reserved a 95 euros room -they wanted us to pay 105 euros and didnt like at...More
USD 126 - USD 187 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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