We stayed at the Tichelstraat location for 3 nights. The positive part to staying here is that it is located in the Jordaan area and a 5 minute walk to public transportation. The negative part to staying here is that the room was very small and the toilet/shower was separated from the sleeping area by a curtain. No privacy. Not to mention that the toilet and shower are in the same space, so you are provided a squeegee to clear out the water after showering. I've never seen anything like it. The people staying upstairs were noisy and talking loudly at all hours of the night. There are narrow/steep stairs to climb to access the room which could be hazardous. One more thing, not sure why it's called a B&B. B&B's make breakfast for you where as here you are asked to provide a list of breakfast foods/supplies you would like so that you can use the kitchen and make it yourself.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Eric's B&B offers accommodation in two locations: on the Prinsengracht, in the heart of the canal area as well as in the Tichelstraat, in the famous area called The Jordaan, near The Anne Frank House, a short walk from the canal area. All accommodations are decorated in style and offer a home away from home for a few days, or for extended stays. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Eric`s Hotel Amsterdam
- Eric`s b&b