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Which hotel

ohio
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Which hotel

Coming in pre-cruise July 2018 for two nights. Prices so far:

Movenpick(with breakfast) =$593

Hilton =$428

Doubletree = $745

Want to stay central area?

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1. Re: Which hotel

I have stayed at the Hilton and Doubletree.

The latter wins for the location but it is more expensive. The Hilton is a bit out which means you rely on the tram.

I would be tempted by Movenpick with the breakfast deal. However if you have Hilton Gold or Diamond Status you can get full breakfast and lounge access at the Doubletree.

Maryland
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2. Re: Which hotel

Why not the Movenpick? More central location than the Hilton. Close to where the cruises come and go. A massive breakfast hotel spread inc in the price.

For the money if it were me I'd take the Hilton as my second choice.

All three are well reviewed hotels.

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3. Re: Which hotel

i have stayed at the Movenpick and it was absolutely fine. Clean, comfortable and QUIET rooms with a nice sea view. Not far to walk to centraal and they had a shuttle bus when i stayed there free of charge.

Amersfoort, The...
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4. Re: Which hotel

You might also want to look at the Barbizon Palace, The Amrath and the Park Plaza Victoria. All are very decent hotels close to the Doubletree.

Amsterdam, The...
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5. Re: Which hotel

Maybe also give dates as those prices seem expensive even for Amsterdam. I just looked a Saturday to Monday stay in July and you can get the Kimpton De Witt for less than the Movenpik.

Midweek you can get the excellent Hoxton. Dates are crucial.

Maryland
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6. Re: Which hotel

I just looked at the first weekend in July two night stay.

The Krasnapolsky without breakfast is $1039 for two nights although refundable

The Doubletree looks to be well over $700 with no breakfast likely non refundable but I did not look

The Nh Amsterdam Center is $600+ again no breakfast likely non refundable

Breakfast has got to be 25-30 euros per person.

Edited: 19 October 2017, 00:43
ohio
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7. Re: Which hotel

July 5-7

Maryland
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8. Re: Which hotel

$166

$185

Both per night plus tax. Both highly reviewed 8+ four star hotels in canal belt east

The first is an opaque discount four star 8+ found at Priceline express deal

The second is the Hotel De Jounger (I need the double check the spelling) it's an 8.7 very high review score.

But i am not sure if you are asking for second opinions or not.

Edited: 19 October 2017, 03:41
Maryland
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9. Re: Which hotel

Hotel de Jonker at $185 plus for your dates.

For a bit more they have massive sized suites as well as these good sized doubles at $185

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