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I will never stay in other hotels
We decided to opt for this apartment following the great reviews. It was the best decision ever. In a great position, easy to get to the Museums and canals. Clean, friendly and a great staff. We will be visiting Amsterdam again, and we will stay again here and not others small hotels. Thanks for make Great our stay!
Absolutely 5 Stars Service
Great Staff and amazing apartment located in a perfect location. I will back very soon. Thanks for all.
I will book again..again
Have used your apartment for several years... The accommodation is one of my favorite things about traveling to Amsterdam. Thanks for the great service.
Recently stayed in a new studio, AmsterdamDen, and it was fantastic. Would definitely stay here again.
Great time in Chillout
We had a great time in this appartment. (Walking distance to restaurants, shops, sight-seeing, tube.) It had excellent facilities, was very confortable, well equiped for 10 people. Security was more than satisfying
I love AmsterdamView
I walk in Snug and was amazing . Amazing Style and Great value. The stall is friendly and the apartment is super clean. I will stay here again. hight reccomend
AmsterdamHome was great!
I travel once a year to Amsterdam for work, generally staying more than a week at a time. AmsterdamHome (one of the apartments available from Amsterdam Escape) was the most enjoyable place I've stayed at in six trips. It's not like a regular hotel at all, more like borrowing someone's house. Nicely renovated old (Europe old, not America old... I think it was originally built in the 1600's) house with lots of creature comforts. Very European--smallish rooms, steep stairs, lots of charm.
It's great to have a kitchen and those home comforts. Very nice staff (actually, we only saw the manager once when he let us in the house), clean, convenient to Central Station and the old side of Amsterdam. If you're insane and rent a car, parking is not so convenient. But you really don't want to do that in A'dam anyway.
Note, if you're looking for a hotel with room service and stuff like that, this isn't for you. But if you want a nice place to stay, especially if it's a work trip, this is a good choice. Includes a full kitchen with everything you need, hair dryers (I think...), TV with VCR & movies, PlayStation2 with games, some reading material, all kinds of stuff. Like I said, it's like borrowing a house.
Absolutely the best!
These apartments are the best deal going in Amsterdam. Have stayed in various ones for the past few years. Returning next month to stay in amsterdamchillout. Brendan is so helpful, and there are so many amenities in the apts. to help with your stay. Would never stay anywhere else. All apts. are convenient in location and super, super clean!
Our Amsterdam Stay in AmsterdamPad
Greetings We have a wonderful time last weekend in AmsterdamPad as expected. We stayed in AmsterdamSnug last year.
See you in 2004
Dane and Charlie UK
WE stayed in The Snug last weekend.
What a wonderful place.
Biggest bed I have ever seen and we made good use of it. I love the SnUg.
AmsterdamEScape guys have thought of everything. What amazing colours.
We'll be back.
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... with others in the profession and 70%25 experimental learning. They have found that this to be far more effective then having staff sit in theoretical training courses whereby they might attend these courses for 3 days and return to work with only a very small percentage of the information that they learnt being retained. They have also found that adults in the workforce learn best through the following methods:
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Today we had a lot planned so we headed down to breakfast early at our hotel. It was fabulous, by the way. While we were sitting and talking with Kath and Ric, I saw a woman approaching our table. I heard her say, "DIANE MITSCH!" When I turned to look directly at her, it was Lin Henninger from Shaler Middle School! OMG! We just couldn't believe that we had met up here in Amsterdam. Turns out she and her husband were on the Viking cruise we're headed to, but ...
... with the lights, music and crush of people...but we were leaving before dark. It was lovely strolling the small streets and listening to street and canal performers. I'd like to have visited the Anne Frank museum as I missed it last time, but the queue went half around the block and there was over 2 hours wait..perhaps I'm not meant to see ...
... was looking at bringing in restrictions around tourists buying drugs, and some parts of the Netherlands have resident only membership cards that are required in order to purchase. Of course there is an ongoing debate about whether the Dutch laws do more harm or good, but I don't think it will ever be banned in Amsterdam for locals or tourists. The crime rate remains low overall, and all the hard drugs are heavily restricted like elsewhere in the world. There ...
... half hour - that made climbing the 4 flights of Dutch stairs (small and narrow) rather interesting. Not wanting to waste any time I headed off to Anne Franks house as it stays open later than most of the other sights. They very considerately provided free wifi for the line, which when I arrived was 45 minutes long. The visit through the house was really interesting and heartbreaking. It really does put an individual face on the horror of the holocaust making it a different experience ...