Me and my boyfriend stayed at Double Dutch in September for 3 nights, and it was better than we ever expected.
It was our first trip to Amsterdam but definately wont be our last!
Double Dutch was just brilliant in every way, the location was PERFECT . It is in a lovely square which has some great places to eat and some great bars at night but isnt too busy so we didnt hear any noise.
We stayed in the top room of Double Dutch and it was beautiful.
The stairs were tight but we knew they would be and it wasnt a problem.
It was very clean and the towels were made into swans on the bed which was a lovely touch.
The bathroom was small but just what we needed and the shower was great.
When we arrived we were welcomed with open arms, we got a free map which the lovely host showed us the best restaurants/bars/shopping/sightseeing around which we thought was very nice of him.
Amsterdam is an amazing city and our stay was made even more special because of us staying at the Double Dutch.
We are going back to Amsterdam next year and we will be booking to stay here again!!
We spent months lookining for places to stay for our trip and I can honestly say there is nothing bad about this place.
We had an amazing time and we really hope you take this review into account and have as good a time as we did :-)
P.S- And to who ever complained about a cat living in the Double Dutch is just pathetic. The cat is lovely and doesnt bother you but greets you when you come in and was very friendly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Rooms Two rooms are both big and has authentic details that are a few hundred years old (17th & 18th centuries). No worries though, the facilities inside the room offer the comforts of the 21st century , including a modern bathroom, cable TV, fridge, radio-alarm clock, hair dryer, and coffee/tea making facilities. The rooms are decorated in a unique Dutch style. The Location The Guesthouse is located on Kloveniersburgwal, one of the oldest canals of Amsterdam. It is situated in the middle of the historic city centre, next to the Nieuwmarkt. Together with Zeedijk, the Nieuwemarkt forms part of "Amsterdam's Little China Town." The Zeeijk is a nice lively street with shops, cafes and (Asian) restaurants connecting the Central Station with Nieuwmarkt. ... more less