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“Grand, 17th century sugar-trader's residence oozing with old-world charm on the UNESCO canal network. Marble floors, oak panelling and beautiful paintings adorn the rooms. Enjoy breakfast in the dining room, relax with a book in the antique-filled sitting room or explore the city at ease.”

“Grand, 17th century sugar-trader's residence oozing with old-world charm on the UNESCO canal network. Marble floors, oak panelling and beautiful paintings adorn the rooms. Enjoy breakfast in the dining room, relax with a book in the antique-filled sitting room or explore the city at ease.”

Hotel Review

Few hotels manage to achieve what the Seven One Seven does: it is deeply luxurious without appearing to try too hard. The service is discreet yet friendly and, despite a great attention to detail (fresh flowers, English box spring mattresses, Bang and Olufsen DVD players), the atmosphere is relaxed. In winter, guests enjoy an open fire in the cosy sitting room and in summer a choice of patios.
Recommended for
  • Total relaxation
  • Relax and recharge in this homely hotel, afternoon tea in the library, and an evening glass or two of wine.
 

Written by Leonie Glass

Recommended For

  • Designer Shopping
  • Just around the corner from the hotel is Leidsestraat, a prime shopping district also known as the fashion street of Amsterdam.
  • Other Activities
  • Pass an evening of culture and music at The Royal Concertgebouw, home to the famed Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
  • Total relaxation
  • Relax and recharge in this homely hotel, afternoon tea in the library, and an evening glass or two of wine.
  • Close to nightlife
  • Wander down the canal and take your pick from the high end terraced bars and restaurants.
  • Museums
  • The Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum are both within walking distance of the hotel.
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • The hotel will organise pampering spa treatments directly to your room.
  • Designer
  • Interiors by former owner, the fashion designer Kees van der Valk.
  • Child friendly
  • Children of all ages welcome, babysitting services are available.
  • Outstanding location
  • Overlooking Amsterdam's most beautiful canal, Prinsengracht.
  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast in bed, drinks and some snacks available.
  • Conference facilities
  • Quiet
  • Family Suites
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Full of character
  • House party feel
  • Traditional
  • Townhouse
  • Artworks
  • B+B
  • Boutique
  • Historic
  • Chic
  • Antiques
  • Quirky
  • Owner managed
  • Charming
  • Luxury
  • Intimate
  • Romantic
  • Free wifi
  • Views
  • Downtown

Facilities

  • Child friendly
  • Children of all ages welcome, babysitting services are available.
  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast in bed, drinks and some snacks available.
  • Massage
  • In room massage treatments.
  • Suites
  • All suite accommodation
  • Towelling robes
  • Car not required
  • Outdoor dining
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Conference facilities
  • In room DVD
  • Family Suites
  • Airport transfer
  • Fireplace
  • Internet
  • Meeting Room
  • No pets
  • Library
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Sitting Room
  • Room service
  • 24 Hour room service
  • Concierge
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • In room music system
  • Wifi
  • Free wifi
  • Views
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Activities

  • Designer Shopping
  • Just around the corner from the hotel is Leidsestraat, a prime shopping district also known as the fashion street of Amsterdam.
  • Other Activities
  • Pass an evening of culture and music at The Royal Concertgebouw, home to the famed Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
  • Close to nightlife
  • Wander down the canal and take your pick from the high end terraced bars and restaurants.
  • Museums
  • The Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum are both within walking distance of the hotel.
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • The hotel will organise pampering spa treatments directly to your room.

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Hotel Seven one Seven

"A sumptuous canal-house mansion with the ambience of a grand private home."

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)