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Big cities charge premiums for weekends and this I found in Amsterdam as well. There didn't seem to be many hotels available and not for good prices at the last minute so I bit hard. Room on the street side looked at the old survivors of the pre-war skyline as well as some of the modern buildings I like less. Glorious breakfast room and downstairs seafood restaurant and the bar was cosy. Wonderful for lovers of LATE 1920s -30s ART DECO original buildings and this was very lucky to survive the bombing. Many little photos here and there show its history.
I stayed in this hotel for two nights for the Rotterdam Marathon, very handy as the start line was on the street right outside the hotel, also centrally located, about 10-15min walk from the train station which has regular trains to Schipol Airport and other cities in the Netherlands. Arrived early on the Saturday and got into my room right away even though it was before 1pm. Room was adequate, clean, well maintained albeit a little small. Staff in the hotel were welcoming and very friendly throughout my stay. Hotel cost over €300 for two nights not including a city tax of 4.5% which was a bit pricey, probably hiked up for the marathon.
"Clean and confortable. Good location"
Very Good hotel. Good location near Central station. Big rooms and confortable. Good personal treatment. Inclusive they allowed to check-in earlier. In the main street that goes to Erasmus bridge. Near center of the city
I found this quaint, slightly-oldish, old-timey hotel surprisingly nice! It has got a great location at the center of the city and there is also a surprising bit of history here as well! It is one of the only 4 buildings to have survived the WWII bombing - so that is something to dwell on when you're hitting the sack in your suite like room. We paid barely 130 euros for a really large double-bed room having a suite sort of a flavor and a decor that was tastefully antique. We stayed around 2 nights and 3 days - and found the room service very satisfying and the housekeeping very efficient. We had a baby - so they provided us a cot. I must mention the wifi here (speed being usually a disappointment in many establishements) - they have a fantastic connection. So you can work in the evenings when you come back from work. Apart from that breakfast was a delightful spread - definitely quite comforting to the eye and the palate! The waiter service was very kind and helpful - especially when we had a restless 10 month old baby with us. My only grouse with the place was that they didnt have a permanent/well-made stroller access into the hotel and their restaurant does not have many vegetarian options.
This last trip will be the last time I stay here. The price for very basic, and dated rooms is dreadfully over priced. Whole hotel needs a good refurb. Food is not the best either, and to top it off they refused to serve anyone in the bar past 11pm when the whole hotel (was here for a large conference) wanted somewhere to carry on drinking. Over priced rubbish, with average service at best. To add to this the Wifi connection was poor.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM