★ Canal view!
★ Unique location
★ Monumental building
★ Fast & Free WIFI
Come and enjoy one of our two unique rooms in the middle of the Amsterdam canal district. The rooms itself has a comfortable bed and has everything you need for the perfect stay in Amsterdam. Please feel free to ask us for any tips! We will always respect your privacy and we hope you'll respect ours. Our office is downstairs and we live on the top floor. Happy holidays in Amsterdam.
This room is located on the first floor, at the front of the building. Therefore, you will have a view over the amazing Singel canal. The room itself has a very comfortable bed, made up with fresh linen. Besides the bed you will have your own private bathroom with shower, sink and toilet. The room can be locked for your privacy. Me and my partner live on the 2nd and 3rd floor so we will see each other now and then. My partner has an office on the lower floor at the entrance. By the way, the entrance has a small kitchenette where you can get coffee or tea!
The private room itself with the bathroom included.
Interaction with Guests:
If you have any questions about the apartment or if you need recommendations or neighbourhood tips, please feel free to contact me during your stay. I'm always happy to help!
Amsterdam’s city centre is spread between two main squares: Dam Square to the west, and the bustling Nieuwmarkt to the east. Just south of the Dam and the Royal Palace is Spui, both the historical meeting place of political protestors and the 15th c. living quarters for members of the Beguine convent. Despite the Spui (pronounced ‘spauw’) of today being more of a university neighbourhood full of cafes, bookshops (including English-titled book shops and a fully stacked international newsagent), little cross-ways streets and weekly book markets, Amsterdam hasn’t forgotten its history. Students recently returned to Spui to protest for greater democracy at the university and you can still enjoy the peace and quiet of the Begijnhof courtyard. Tucked away behind the bikes and bustle, this is the place where the Beguines lived as a religious community from 1417. Look out for the city’s oldest house (built in 1477) and a 15th c. church.
The accommodation is a 10-minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station.
Other Things to Note:
Freshly made up beds and crispy towels (one per person) will be waiting for you upon arrival. No breakfast included!
• Not suitable for children and infants
• No smoking
• No pets
• No parties or events
• Check-in time is 3PM - 8PM