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Stayed for 3 nights ideal base for sightseeing. Staff are very helpful , the room 218 was basic twin beds pushed together to make a double the safe didn,t work had to get staff to fix it which they did only problem the safe was...More
Dirty, Smelly, Noisy Health Hazard. When we travel we don’t spend a lot of time in our room, but when we do our expectation is for it to be clean & comfortable, the bed is two beds pushed together so you roll into the crack,...More
Would not recommend this hotel ! Staff where not very nice or helpful room was much smaller than photos on website,was construction workers outside our window every morning building a new roof,bins were not emptied was a black stain on duvet and no towels for...More
We arrived to this hotel friday the 10th august, there was a large family group of us 16 but unfortunately one member of my family was admitted to hospital the night before in ireland for emergency surgery so could not attend this family trip. My...More
Stayed in a 3 person room with an extra bed with 3 people and had a good stay. The room was big enough for all 4 of us, and it was everything we needed. Not amazing, but comfortable. Well situated within walking distance from the...More
To visit Amsterdam and not explore De Wallen (the Dutch name for this area) or to go only to gawk at its saucier aspects would mean missing the opportunity to view some of the city’s most picturesque canals, historic landmarks, and impeccably presented examples of traditional local architecture – not to mention Amsterdam’s own Chinatown, Europe’s largest Buddhist temple and more local treasures. Sure, there are some
less salubrious activities drawing the curious to this age-old part of time. Nevertheless, the Red Light District is still a very safe and incredibly fascinating area where at the turn of a corner you can be transported from the dingy glow of modern day neon red to a glorious 16th century Delft blue dreamscape.