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i found michele to be a most gracious host. the rooms are well appointed and clean. the location is centrally located-not far from the train station and close to the major attractions. while we did not partake in the breakfast side of the bed and...More
This place is very nice and perfect for a weekend !
It is very quiet, 2 minutes from Dam Square, tram stations and it is not very expansive !
Michel explains everything from good restaurants to nice places to visit !
I would go there...More
I come to Amsterdam once every year on a 3 day trip to visit the ISE fair and see my friends. I was afraid to stay at a b&b as when you are traveling for business purposes you want everything working in perfection so that...More
The location is very centric, though a bit difficult to find in the beginning. Very nice stuff, attentive and servicial. The appartment is clean and cosy. One can use the kitchen with microvave owen. We liked that very much, very advisable.
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$124 - US$308 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Number of rooms
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Not sure about every apartment. The suite I stayed in had a private bathroom and a mini kitchen area. There is a shared kitchen on the first floor which I think has a washing machine. Best to ask the hotel, they are really... More
Not sure about every apartment. The suite I stayed in had a private bathroom and a mini kitchen area. There is a shared kitchen on the first floor which I think has a washing machine. Best to ask the hotel, they are really helpful and responsive