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“Excellent contemporary hotel in the centre of Amsterdam. The rooms are modern and minimalist, focused on maximising comfort and functionality. With the city centre on the door step, it's a great launchpad for exploring the rich culture and traditions of Amsterdam. ”

“Excellent contemporary hotel in the centre of Amsterdam. The rooms are modern and minimalist, focused on maximising comfort and functionality. With the city centre on the door step, it's a great launchpad for exploring the rich culture and traditions of Amsterdam. ”

Recommended For

  • Local exploring
  • Ideally placed for an off-beat Amsterdam experience in the artsy Jordaan district and only a short walk from the main sights!
  • City Style
  • A hip and homely boutique-style canal house hotel, with retro furnishings, soft hues and a welcoming atmosphere.
  • Cycling
  • Hire a bicycle and navigate your way through this flat city and its canals like a local.
  • Close to nightlife
  • Close to the Red Light District and the cities world famous coffee shops.
  • Museums
  • Fifteen minutes walk from the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum.
  • Sights nearby
  • Only a five minutes walk from Anne Frank's House.
  • No restaurant
  • There is an extensive spread for breakfast
  • Downtown
  • Free wifi
  • Chic
  • Contemporary

Facilities

  • No restaurant
  • There is an extensive spread for breakfast
  • Sitting Room
  • No pets
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Free wifi
  • Wifi

Activities

  • Cycling
  • Hire a bicycle and navigate your way through this flat city and its canals like a local.
  • Close to nightlife
  • Close to the Red Light District and the cities world famous coffee shops.
  • Museums
  • Fifteen minutes walk from the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum.
  • Sights nearby
  • Only a five minutes walk from Anne Frank's House.

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Mr. JORDAAN

"The atmosphere is hip, with a quirky individual charm; rooms are modestly-sized but comfortable, and some have fine canal views."

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)