Yotel Schiphol Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYotel Schiphol Airport Haarlemmermeer
Nice cozy beds, very clean room with TV. Only wish they had instructions for how to operate the bed, lights and TV. We accidentally stumbled upon how to make the couch unfold into the bed, and the lights were hard to figure out while jet lagged. Very conveniently located, near food court, midway between gates. Friendly, helpful staff.
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