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Misc Eatdrinksleep

Kloveniersburgwal 20 1012 CV Amsterdam

Hotel Description:
Misc eatdrinksleep is a lovely little hideaway located next to the traditional Nieuwmarkt Square in the heart of the historic city center of Amsterdam. This 17th-century canal house features just six personally styled rooms. Each is a quirky mix of style, charm and practicality, and overlooks either the canal or a fetching Amsterdam secret garden. We offer exceptional hospitality for the cultural pilgrim, the intrepid partygoer and weary business traveller alike. We are a modern-day inn where one can have a home cooked meal, a refreshing drink and a cosy room to rest one's drowsy head. Misc eatdrinksleep is comfortable and modern with appealing rooms that become a 'home in Amsterdam' for our guests. Located in Amsterdam City Center
Hotel features/particularities
  • Reception open 24h a day
  • Safe at the reception desk
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  • Laundry service
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  • newspaper for free
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    Room features
  • Internet connection
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  • Phone
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  • Cable TV
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    Point of interest/Attraction:
  • Local Area: Amsterdam Schiphol Airport 12.0 Miles North International Airport
    Amsterdam City Center 0.0 Miles East
    Shopping District 0.2 Miles West
    Rijksmuseum 1.0 Miles East
    Van Gogh Museum 1.0 Miles West
    Red Light District 0.25 Miles North
    Anne Fra
  • Restaurant:
  • Dining: Restaurant Name: Misc eatdrinksleep
    Location: Ground floor
    Type of Food: New Orlean's style Creol and Cajun
    Seating Times: 5pm to 10pm
    Dress Code: None
  • Further information
  • Opened: 17th Century
  • Renovated: 1999
  • Number of floors: 3
  • Check-In: 3:00 PM
  • Check-Out: 12:00 PM
  • Accepted credit card payment
  • AA
  • AmericanExpress
  • Discover
  • AirCanada
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  • BankCardJapan
  • CarteBlanche
  • JapanCreditBureau
  • Axess
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  • MasterCard/EuroCard
  • DinersClub
  • Visa
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