Rooms and bathroom were spacious. We felt like we were staying in a resort rather than in the city and all that was missing was the swimming pool. Breakfast was self-service; help yourself with the various drinks, cold cuts, and eggs in the ref and snacks on the table. I loved the croissant provided everyday by Peter. Such a thoughtful gesture and they were yummy with honey. There was also bread in the breadbox everyday with various jams and spread provided. Tap water is drinkable, so fill up those water bottles before leaving the house. Everything was provided for in the bathroom - towels, shampoo, lotion, facial soap, I even saw paracetamol. Conveniently located near tram 25 which goes to Centraal Station. it took 15 minutes to reach the Dam with trams scheduled every 20 minutes until midnight. Peter also offers "cut the line" tickets except for the Anne Frank House which is really useful as the lines to some of the museums were quite long and those tickets allow you to march straight into the entrance. We bought the Van Gogh museum tickets and were able to save at least 30 minutes by not lining up. No need to buy a city map, there are free maps and brochures at the B&B. Expect to pay a little premium on the rooms though (there are only 2) as the price is not exactly the cheapest in Amsterdam but overall, the extra premium was worth it just for the extra space made available.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Very modern and stylish bed room.extra's : separate dining room for the breakfast, a lounge room, a gardenmany restaurants for lunch and dinner, bars, a daily market, around the corner the museums like, the van Gogh, are on walkeble distance ... more less
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