Generally the hotel was very acceptable. Location very good for the metro. Room was fine. The Breakfast arrangements were the only negative. Poor organisation on all three days we had breakfast. This was a staff issue but also partly the way it was laid out. Stock of most things were either low or ...
Very convenient for Schiphol stopovers. Nice trendy atmosphere. Decent food and drink
Far away from the city center and there is no public transport after midnight. Parking on site is very expensive
Beautiful hotel very clean, nice area and good choice of food
Clean room but indifferent staff, hard bed, buffet breakfast (a very limited overpriced continental breakfast), woken by noisy guests all night & cleaners at 6.45am. Oh & used condoms outside of the bedroom window, wonderful! A park bench would be cheaper, have better standards & be more ...
Very good hotel with all facilities and good connection with a free bus shuttle but costly
We just spent 4 nights here and it was so lovely. Room was clean and big. Staff very helpful i will def recommend this hotel. Trams 2 min walk and easy to get
Hotel staff very friendly and helpful. Saved us a decent nights sleep by providing fan as it was 24 degrees at night.
Really enjoyed my stay at this hotel would recommend to friends & would probably never stay anywhere else in Amsterdam
The hotel was really nice with good amentities. A little out of the centre but that was fine for what we were looking for.
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