At the door we were greeted by Kees, a charming man, who gave us a tour through the B&B. Everywhere I looked I saw the cutest collections, clogs and other details which Kees told us all about. The room itself was very spacious, well maintained, clean and so was the bathroom. The next morning there was a lot to choose from for our breakfast, such as: pancakes, croissants, eggs, yoghurt and some dutch things, like: eierkoeken en peperkoek. After breakfast we went in to town. There were many busses and trams we could take from across the street. We stayed out until 2 am (on a Tuesday) and even at that time we could still get back to The Collector by public transport. The neighberhood itself felt safe (even for 2 girls to walk in after midnight). So I would definately reccommend everyone to come and stay here!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Collector Bed and Breakfast, in a large house dating from 1914, has well-appointed rooms, each with its own character in the style of the 20's. Your host Karel Poels is an active collector, who can tell about his different collections with lots of enthusiasm. The decoration of his house, including the guestrooms, has been inspired by his collections: unique dutch wooden skates, branded pins, chinaware, you name it! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Collector Bed And Breakfast
- The Collector Hotel Amsterdam