CityCenter Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam

Sint Jacobsstraat 21, Amsterdam, 1012 NC, The Netherlands
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Long stay hotel

by nadalert


I will be travelling to Amsterdam for 55 nights on business. Does anyone know a hotel that does good long term stay rates?

Thanks for your help!

Re: Long stay hotel

by hawkhead

Perhaps you might considering renting an apartment?

Re: Long stay hotel

by goodfish

I'd say same as you, Hawkhead. For that long a time, I would think that extra room, kitchen, laundry and certain other amenities might be welcome for a comfortable stay.

Re: Long stay hotel

by pieter_jan_v

Try the Apartments of the Eden hotel; see:


Re: Long stay hotel

by nadalert

Yes I was thinking of renting an apartment. The problem with that is the apartments I have looked at require the full payment upfront and the company I will be working for will not pay the costs until the end of the stay.

Does anyone know of any apartments that would accept payment at the end of the stay?

Thanks again.

Re: Long stay hotel

by pieter_jan_v

Difficult; I guess most appartments wants some form of down payment.

There is a wide choice in apartments:,4.902745&spn=0.036628,0.076904&z=14


Re: Long stay hotel

by hawkhead

We stayed in an apartment a couple of years ago. We paid a deposit beforehand and the balance at the end of the stay. I am not sure that it would be "posh" enough but we found it clean and decent and convenient (about 10 mins by tram from Centraal Station), within a residential neighbourhood and with a few shops and restaurants nearby, and a five minute walk, if that, to the tram stop. I will go through my records and see if I can find the contact info.

Re: Long stay hotel

by hawkhead

Haven't found where we stayed; however, had another thought. We rented an apartment in Venice for five weeks last year through Halldis. We paid a deposit at time of booking, a "breakage deposit" (refundable upon departure) when we checked in, and then the balance at the end of the stay. We have nothing but praise for Halldis' service. I see they are also dealing with Amsterdam, so I suggest you look at their site.

Re: Long stay hotel

by goodfish

Give a look. We've used them several times and never needed more than a downpayment to hold a chosen unit when booking cities here in the states. I see they have lots of rentals in Amsterdam so it's worth a shot?

Re: Long stay hotel

by nadalert

Great thank you very much for all your help. I will have a look at the sites recommended.

Thanks again,

Re: Long stay hotel

by John.atkins8o

Have your tried booking online? Check out this website called . You can compare the prices and book the cheapest hotel

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

History of Amsterdam

by codrutz

First appearance of the name of the city - Amsterdam was in the Middle Ages in the official documents. There is only a legend about its foundation, accordindg to which two fishermen, surprised by a violent storm while fishing at sea with their dog, were shipwrecked and built a refuge in the swamps, where the River Amstel flows into the estuary of Zuider Zee. This settlement, founded by the two fishermen and their families who joined them later, is said to be the origin of what was to be Amsterdam. They built a village at the mouth of Amstel River and also made a dam to protect their homes from the stormy waters. Therefore the name .. Amstelledamme (dam on the Amstel), which later became Amsterdam. The best place to learn about Amsterdam's founding and development over the years is the Amsterdam Historic Museum

Don't miss the Rembrandt House...

by noahsdad

Don't miss the Rembrandt House (and the Rijksmuseum) for great art and insights into the Dutch golden age; see the Van Gogh museum to see his vivid, haunting masterpieces; prepare yourself for an unforgettable experience at the Anne Frank house.

History 1 “Amstelerer-dam”, a dam in Amstel-river

by Pavlik_NL

Besides the boat tour you must walk the Damrak towards the 'Dam' (Damsquare). This is the centre of Amsterdam and here are – among others – the Royal Palace, the monument (WW-II) and the New Church. Buildings that you must have seen while visiting Amsterdam. The square is located at the place where in early medieval times a dam was constructed to control the river “Amstel”, leading to the place “Amstelerer-dam”, which later became pronounced as “Amsterdam”. From the river, nor the dam, you will see any reminders here. It all is now redirected through the canals that form perfect half circles around this square (see picture). This pattern is unique in the world and makes Amsterdam actually what it is today.

More then 200 canals of...

by Tanechka

More then 200 canals of Amsterdam together are longer then 100 km. There are 1200 bridges here (half of them were built in XVII century). By the way, traveling by canals you can get to the majority of Netherlands regions .

Muziekgebouw and Bimhuis - 2007

by yooperprof

The area immediately to the east of the Centraal Station is an exciting center of bold 21st architecture, and is certainly key to Amsterdam's rebranding itself as a haven for contemporary design and innovation. One of the most important project is the bold arts center of the Muziekgebouw and the Bimhuis, which provides spaces for contemporary music in all its different incarnations, from "contemporary classical" to jazz to world to electronic to samba and beyond.

The project was funded entirely by the city of Amsterdam itself - a vote of confidence and trust in the centrality of the arts, a modern version of the 19th century Concertgebouw. Way to go, Amsterdam!

The project is the work of the modern Danish firm "3XNielsen" - from Aarhus.


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Address: Sint Jacobsstraat 21, Amsterdam, 1012 NC, The Netherlands