Canal House Hotel Amsterdam

Keizergracht 148, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1015 CX, The Netherlands
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Satisfaction Excellent
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146
Very Good
31%
80
Average
5%
15
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2%
6
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4

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  • Families90
  • Couples93
  • Solo100
  • Business88

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"live" in Amsterdam

by ACoolJeweledMoon about www.citymundo.com

We rented a great space in a canal house and loved it! It didn't cost anymore than a hotel room would have, and we felt like we were living there instead of just tourists. It was definitely the way to go! Another site it simplyamsterdam.com.

CityMundo

by cchiuching about http://www.citymundo.com

U don't want to stay in a hotel? Want more privacy? want to live in the locals' house or apartment having your own kitchen, living room etc? Try http://www.citymundo.com many choices...district stated, price attractive, pictures shown on the site is exactly what u will get!!! no cheat.
my host bought me a new hairdryer! when i asked if there was one in the studio! nice host! he helped me calling taxi when i left! cheaper than hotel since no city tax is required,
can do own cooking,
canal house, apartment, studio, many choices,
clean towels, toilet paper provided,
some even provide computers with internet connection! so convenient!
more privacy
nice and helpful host

Canal House interiors and private garden tours

by ancionamsterdam

Visit with an English speaking guide unique old canal house interiors and gardens. The canal house gardens are Amsterdam best kept secret. Garden designer and monument specialist Andre Ancion will show you a selection of the 40 locations that Urban Home & Garden Tours regular visits. In winter time we focus on interiors from 17th. period rooms, Art Noveau-Art Deco hotel interiors to modern designers hotspots.

ANNE FRANK HUIS (Anne Frank...

by Joana

ANNE FRANK HUIS (Anne Frank House)
Prinsengracht 263; 556-7100.
1635 canal house that sheltered Anne Frank during the II World War. Displays of family history and Jewish persecution, as well as present-day anti-Semitism and racism.

Amsterdam netherlands canal house gardens

by ancionamsterdam

"Canal house interiors gardens museum tours"

Amsterdam, capital of the Netherlands, has a beautiful 17th. century monumental centre. The facades of the private canal houses are striking. What's behind those facades and gables is for a lot of people a secret. Go with uhgt and discover private interiors and gardens, Amsterdam best kept secret. Please have a look at some pictures we made of those hidden monuments, coach houses, summer houses, flowering tulips, rooms with Delftware and flowers. See below one of the biggest private gardens of the Herengracht, part of the Geelvinck Hinlopen House.

"Amsterdam canal house private interiors"

Private Amsterdam canal house interiors is a travel trough history, from 17th. century Rembrandt, to Louis XIV, the Neo styles, Art Noveau, Amsterdam school, Art Deco, to Modern hotspots designed by world famous interior designers. UHGT can show you those locations. Take a preview what you can expect.

"Amsterdam Jordaan Almshouses"

Amsterdam has about 35 hidden 17th-19th century almshouses. A unique social housing for the poor and the old. Now these locations are in big demond because of their charm and privacy. You can discover them with a guide. uhgt is a monument specialist.

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Forum Posts

Choice of 4 Hotels

by nbeno

My friend gave me a choice of 4 hotels to stay at, we're students on a budget, and wanted to be close to the nightlife, but also close to the museums. Can someone tell me which of these 4 hotels would be best to stay at, we will be in Amsterdam from February 26-28:

1. Keizershof
2. Prinsenhof
3. Museumzicht
4. Wynnobel

Thank you so much

RE: Choice of 4 Hotels

by pieter_jan_v

Keizershof:
Website: http://www.hotelkeizershof.nl/
Very small canal house hotel; 4 rooms from Euro 65
5 minutes walking from Rijksmuseum.

Prinsenhof:
Website: http://www.hotelprinsenhof.com/
Somewhat bigger canal house hotel; 10 rooms from Euro 45.
Popular hotel with Internet cafe.
10 minutes walking from the Museums.

Museumzicht:
No website
14 rooms hotel in the museum quarter; outside the city center.
Average price Euro 110.
10 minutes walking from the Museums.

Wynnobel:
No website
12 rooms hotel in the museum quarter; just outside the city center.
Close to the Vondelpark & Leidseplein.
Average price Euro 85.
5 minutes walking from the Museums.

Budgetwise I think of Wynnobel and Keizershof.
On average I prefer Prinsenhof (If the cheaper romms are not booked this will be the best deal).

BTW Carnival is in the same weekend (before you arrive, but there will be some activities going on).

PJ

Charming Hotel in Amsterdam

by ginmoll

My husband and 22 year old daughter will be in Amsterday for about 6 days in June/July. I would like a charming (canal?) hotel close to the main attractions. Any ideas? How about renting a flat?
Thanks

Re: Charming Hotel in Amsterdam

by ATLC

try www.amsterdamhouse.com and www.citymundo.com
Have fun!

Re: Charming Hotel in Amsterdam

by dila

maybe jan luyken in the jan luykenstraat.
it is at the corner stadhouderskade next to the rijksmuseum.
peter_p stays there in march 13 and 14.
maybe you can ask if he liked it after the meeting.
other canals
prinsengracht
keizersgracht
herengracht
singel (jollyhotel) is on the corner vijzelstraat and singel flowermarket)
hope this helps a bit.
diana

Re: Charming Hotel in Amsterdam

by gatorgirl

hi there. my husband and i have stayed at two small hotels in a'dam and enjoyed them both: hotel estherea and canal house hotel. both were on major canals and both have websites. in fact, i booked both on-line, i believe.

all too often, tourists only visit a'dam and the other large cities in the netherlands. i hope that you all will venture out and see the rural areas and those that have been less touched by commercialism. everything is very accessible by train. have a great trip. gatorgirl :)

Re: Re: Charming Hotel in Amsterdam

by ATLC

gatorgirl, I'm so glad you said this. The Netherlands is much more than just Amsterdam. Indeed, venture outside the western part of the country, visit the little towns and villages. In presenting my country on VT, I concentrate on the lesser known places. The train network is thick, even if you are in Amsterdam for a few days, you can still visit other places too.

Hotel Fantasia

by FROMBKK

Has anyone stayed in the Hotel Fantasia in Amsterdam?

Is it good?

Re: Hotel Fantasia

by pieter_jan_v

Well, it looks like a small hotel in a centuries old canal house. You have the major Amstredam attractions within walking distance and still have a hotel at a quiet location. The rooms in the attic appear to be very small. Have a look at:

http://www.fantasia-hotel.com/english.htm

PJ

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Address: Keizergracht 148, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1015 CX, The Netherlands