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Amsterdam hotel cheap triple?

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Well.. we are in midst of planning our Europeon holiday for next year ., and I am finding Amsterdam to be super expensive for hotels( more so for Paris or London even. but not sure why?)

So .. the kink in plan is adult daughter will be joining us for first part of trip.. Amsterdam.. so we are looking for a triple . I know triples and quad rooms are harder to find usually in big europeon cities.. rooms being small usually to begin with.. but would really appreciate the names of a few cheap hotels to look at.. under 150 euros a night ( sorry, our Canadian dollar is making this particularily painful now).

All we want is clean, private bathroom, and hopefully central walkable location or on tram line 2 ( which I heard is good direct line?) .

Does not need to be fancy.. we can do stairs, etc..

Our visit is short, only a few nights.. so an apartment is not my first choice but would consider one.. and that's the other reason we would rather be central.. to use most of our time enjoying not commuting.

Any suggestions ?

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