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Hotel Robertramon

P.C. Hooftstraat 24-28 1071 BX Amsterdam

Hotel Description:
If you are looking for comfortable accommodation and good service (24-hour availability), this 3-star hotel is the right choice.
A total of 51 rooms are available in this hotel (of which 25 are doubles).
Note the great location of this hotel - just 2.0 km from the motorway and 0.0 km to the city centre. The hotel is easy to reach on foot from the train station.
You can also leave your car in the hotel's secure car park. The hotel provides Internet access in your room or via a wireless connection in public areas.
The rooms benefit from cable television and telephones. Do you want to book a non-smoking room? Are you travelling with your family and do you need a cot? We will gladly cater for your wishes - please indicate them when booking your room. Your room also has a safe.

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Further information about the hotel:

A maximum of 1 child/ren up to 6 year/s of age (inclusive) stay free of charge in a double room occupied by their parents (with 2 adults paying full rate). If you have any further questions, kindly contact us.

Details on distance (in km/miles)
Airport (Amsterdam, Schiphol):
Station (Amsterdam Centraal):
Congress center (Amsterdam RAI):
InterCity railway station (Amsterdam Centraal):
Beach (sea):
  10 / 6.21
1 / 0.62
3 / 1.86
1 / 0.62
30 / 18.64
Hotel features/particularities
  • Single room: 19
  • Parking can be locked
  • Wake up service
  • car park (with costs)
  • Double room: 25
  • Elevator
  • Laundry service
  • Parking garage
  • Triple room: 4
  • Reception open 24h a day
  • W Lan
    Room features
  • Shower
  • Cell phone connection
  • Phone
  • TV
  • Baby cot available
  • Bathroom
  • Cable TV
  • Safe
  • Desk
  • Internet connection
  • Non smoking rooms
    Accepted credit card payment
  • MasterCard/EuroCard
  • EC-Card (Electronic Cash)
  • AmericanExpress
  • Visa



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