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Stayed here with a couple of mates for a couple of days.
Location is spot on.
This is a hostel more than a hotel. Communal bathrooms and showers.
Rooms are kinda cold.
Twin room just had 2 beds in, no room to walk between them,...More
While the hotel has an excellent location and is affordable in expensive Amsterdam it is otherwise awful. It was dirty and dark. The carpet, walls and bannisters of the extremely steep stairs(no lift) were all excessively grubby. The share bathroom and toilet were very old...More
I recently stayed at this hotel....area was spot on and close to the train station
The receptionist was great and friendly and that's where anything good ended!!!!
Rooms are disgustingly filthy,stains on the walls everywhere...table full of cigarette burns curtains all ripped! I got woken...More
We stayed here for 3 nights, All the Staff were friendly and very helpfully.
Very steep stairs! Would not recommend this place if you have any type of disability.
Room was a bit dirty and badly needed to be updated.
Clean sheets and super comfy...More
Well, the hotel Crown Victoria was very nice. But my friend had a problem with his credit card and they ended up charging everything to me and the hotel did not help me to get my money back and charge my friend. They charged the...More
USD 76 - USD 213 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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