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Historical Boutique Hotel in Wonderful Central Amsterdam

hotel doorThis gorgeous boutique hotel is a canal house with only three rooms! It’s so posh and unique that you’ll only want to stay here when visiting Amsterdam. This canal boutique hotel has luxurious rooms and an old-feel about it that will certainly charm you. It’s for those who love a place with soul and history and there’s none of that lacking here.

Each room has a kitchenette which is fully equipped with everything you need to make your stay here perfect. Every room has a TV and also free Wi-Fi and the bathrooms have floor heating, which make you not take notice of even the coldest Amsterdam nights. The small fridge will satisfy almost everyone, as it has the most widely consumed beverages, from milk to white wine. Every morning, enjoy a full continental breakfast before embarking on your Amsterdam adventure.

The check-out is at 11am and the check-in is usually at 2pm – if you desire to occupy the room at an earlier time that is possible if you give prior notification. They also store your luggage after you check out, in this secret Amsterdam hotel.

This four-star hotel has some amazing prices that range from €120 to €160, depending on your length of stay, season and room. All the rates include non-stop reception, daily room cleaning, all the taxes and breakfast.

The back of the house was built on an old church, back when the Catholics weren’t allowed to have worship places. Then, as a reaction to this law, many churches were built inside or behind houses. In one of our apartments you can still see the floor of the former secret church.

In the Local Area

This amazing secret hotel full of history is found opposite of the hippest area in Amsterdam, the Jordaan. Everything that matters is within walking distance of the hotel. Small pubs, restaurants, coffee places and shops galore! Every ten steps you take, you find a little gem!

It’s safe to say that many visit Amsterdam for its free-spirit so if you’re there, the Red Light District is a must-see! Admire gorgeous women and the district that contributed to making Amsterdam one of the most popular destinations in the world.

The best way to move around Amsterdam is by bike, so rent one for a few Euros and explore the city the way it was meant to be explored. If you’re one of those rare birds who don’t know how to ride a bike, you can use the bus and/or tram to get around.

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