The good: quiet street, close to tram stop
The acceptable: narrow, steep stairs. We expected this. Kap seems to be proud of their dangerous stairs.
The bad: WiFi never worked (we stayed 4 nights) - a cardinal sin, as the availability of WiFi was one major reason I picked Kap (I have to be able to connect to work, in case of emergency). Our room was never made up by housekeeping before 4:30 PM. Hotel maintenance over the years has been patchwork and marginally-skilled DIY. I'm pretty tolerant, but this was too funky for my style. Bed sheets were an odd set of 2 horizontal sheets. This was uncomfortable in the night as they'd slide around and get tangled. Bed was very soft. Bathroom exhaust fan only worked one night, then died. In a very humid climate, this caused nasty steamy room. Bathroom sink is cracked. Toilet had no cover on it. Drains stank. Mildew stains in the shower and on bathroom wall. The table in the garden had the same drink rings on it during our entire stay. The PC in the dining room was infected with viruses (only used to check in for flight).
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- A friendly **hotel, located in a quiet residential street in the centre of Amsterdam, with all major attractions within walking distance. ... more less
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