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TravelPod Member ReviewsTulipa B&B Amsterdam
Excellent room; plenty of room and nice amenities.
Room is up a steep narrow flight of stairs but the host carried luggage up and down for us. Breakfasts were very good, but only one choice each day. Hosts were very nice but a little regimented - we had to be precise about time for breakfast etc.
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