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Max Hotel

Hemonystraat 7 1074 BK Amsterdam

Hotel Description:

Business hours of reception: from 09:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Our Max Hotel is located in the De Pijp district in the very heart of Amsterdam. Many sights are not far away from the building. The Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House, the theatre and other places of interest are easily reachable with the public transport.

Most of the rooms were renovated at the end of 2006. They come with shower, toilet, hair-dryer, safe, TV, internet access and alarm clock. Most rooms have a fan and a telephone. All rooms are reserved for the non-smoking guests.

The vibrant Rembrandt district is stuffed with restaurants, bars and cafés where you can enjoy the authentic Amsterdam atmosphere. The Sarphatipark nearby invites you for many beautiful walks and the centre of Amsterdam is within easy reach.

Please note that a visitors' tax of 5 % is separately calculated in the hotel.

A free drinking voucher of EUR 5.00 per reservation for the ALCATRAZ SPORTSBAR (skysports, Sky Italia and more) will be provided at check-in to the guest.

Details on distance (in km/miles)
Airport:
Station:
Congress center:
City centre:
  20 / 12.43
2 / 1.24
2 / 1.24
0.5 / 0.31
  Highway:
Fair (Rai):
Metro/ suburban train:
  1.5 / 0.93
2 / 1.24
0.8 / 0.5
 
Hotel features/particularities
  • Double room: 20
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  • Apartment: 1
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  • W Lan
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    Room features
  • Cell phone connection
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
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  • Non smoking rooms
  • Shower
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  • Internet connection
  • TV
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    Free stay of maximum 1 child up to the age of 1 year (including) within the room of 2 (full paying) adults. For any questions please contact our Call Center, +49-1805-598320.
    Accepted credit card payment
  • MasterCard/EuroCard
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  • Visa
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  • EC-Card (Electronic Cash)
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