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TravelPod Member ReviewsAMS Hotel Concert Inn Amsterdam
The room was lovely once a heater had been provided to protect against the minus several degree temperature outside.
The receptionist was a man of impossible to define origins but what was indisputable was that the reception area and old school lift smelt of sour Chienese food.
Overall an OK experience but I suspect there are better out there for the same money in the Dam...
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