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Love-and-nature.com: 'The cutest hotel in Amsterdam'

 thesinglegourmetandtraveller: '...an ideal location for exploring Amsterdam...'


The rough Guide: 'Extremely pleasant hotel...' 

 

From: Lonely Planet Amsterdam city guide by Andrew Bender

Dutch Modern furnishing meets 17th century canal house setting at this quiet and understated spot. Its eight comfortable, individual rooms all have canal or (upscale) neighborhood views and the top-floor rooms have loads of light. The staff is very accommodating. 


 

From: Time out guide 'Amsterdam' issued by Penguin books

There is more to this bolt-hole than the prosaic name implies. Run with tons of tender loving care by the charmingly scatty owners, rooms are furnished in glamorous but understated '30s style, you will be glad to know ta they are all a good size. Room eight, up among the eaves, sleeps up to five - two of the beds are on a lovely mezzanine. 


 

From: Wallpaper City Guide 'Amsterdam' issued by Phaidon

Hidden in a typical Amsterdam canal house. 't Hotel is one of the city's best b&b's. Three of the eight rooms overlook the impossible romantic Leliegracht, which runs perpendicular to the main canals of Keizersgracht and Herengracht. Room 8 on the top floor is a huge loft space that sleeps up to five. It has glorious views of the immaculate courtyards gardens next door. 


 

www.travelintelligence.com: 

...The beds are so comfortable often guests want to know where to buy them...
...The style is modern with touches of the elegance of the Thirties and the hotel has a very homely atmosphere...
...the breakfast buffet is varied and generous – among the best in Amsterdam...
...The excellent rates makes this one of the best choices in this price range...


 

Selected reviews from Tripadvisor.com

mDanielle1966, reviewed August 12, 2013

Me and my husband spent a lovely 4 nights stay in this family run hotel. Hotel itself is in calm and clean neighborhood with lots of restaurants and bars around - staff recommended us few of them. Hotel staff was gentle and they deserve very positive remark...


 

hrs44, reviewed June 5, 2013

Wonderful small hotel, only eight rooms, family-owned and operated. We were in room 7 overlooking the canal--many windows, beautiful view. Large room, large en suite bathroom...


 

Westyboss, reviewed June 1, 2013

Spent three nights here last week in May with my wife and two teenage sons. Had room 8; split level attic room with twin beds which are accessed by a ladder from the main room with double bed, fridge, widescreen TV, air conditioning, tea and coffee making facility, sitting area and en suite toilet and walk in shower. Steep, narrow access. No lift. Good hearty breakfast, friendly staff, quiet neighbourhood. Anne Frank House just around the corner and short scenic walk to Dam Square. Good value for money. Highly recommended. Would definitely stay again...


 

Madeleine M, reviewed June 1, 2013

There is more to this bolt-hole than the prosaic name implies. Run with tons of tender loving care by the charmingly scatty owners, rooms are furnished in glamorous but understated '30s style, you will be glad to know ta they are all a good size. Room eight, up among the eaves, sleeps up to five - two of the beds are on a lovely mezzanine. 


 

Pavel B, reviewed May 4, 2013

It's very good place to stay in Amsterdam. Wonderful district: 15 minutes walking to Central Station or Red Line District, but here is a silent place. Good beds. Good breakfast for this level of hotels. My best recommendations.