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  • Raadhuisstraat 51 Map It
  • Practical Base


  • Helpful staff
  • Lovely breakfast room
  • Free drink upon arrival and other nice touches


  • No elevator and steep stairs (though staff will cart your luggage)
  • Noise from church bells

Updated 10/11/2012

Fodor's Review

The 19th-century building is an architectural extravaganza with Art Nouveau portals and redbrick trimmings, but inside the rooms are white, modern, casual, and a good value for what you get. Some have great canal views, but sleepers bothered by noise should opt for rooms in the rear.

Hotel Information


Raadhuisstraat 51, Amsterdam, 1016 DD, Netherlands

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Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 52 rooms
  • Breakfast

Updated 10/11/2012

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Oct 10, 2006

Tight fit, but great staff

The room was tiny, but when you are only sleeping there, how much room does a person need? The staff was extremely helpful and friendly from the manager, to the nice woman at the front desk in the mornings, to the baggage helpers! The biggest disappointment was breakfast. Served in a gorgeous room, it consisted of cheap loaf, mass-produced, pre-sliced bread, a few slices of normal cheese, pre-packaged jams and peanut butter. No fruit. No excellent

Dutch cheeses. No excellent Dutch bakery "brood." Location is great. Two blocks from Westkirk and Anne Frank's huis in one direction, two blocks to Dam Square in the other direction, two blocks from great boutique shopping in yet another direction, and 2 stops away from the train station.

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