Bastion Deluxe Hotel Amsterdam / Centrum-Noord
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBastion Deluxe Hotel Amsterdam / Centrum-Noord
After traveling for so long it was fabulous to be staying in a hotel with comfy beds and our own bathroom! This hotel was great, clean, great service and a yum breakfast. The only downside was it was a bit out of the city, easily fixed as a tram stop just outside went straight there very often!
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