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Hotel Kap

Den Texstraat 5b 1017 XW Amsterdam

Hotel Description:

Conveniently located in one of the charming houses of Amsterdam, you will find Hotel Kap in a quiet residential street, right in the centre of the city. All major attractions are within walking distance and public transport is just around the corner.

Due to the 19th century house-style character of the hotel we offer different ranges of rooms. All our 13 rooms are equipped with shower and television and most rooms have a private bathroom.

Our rich breakfast buffet is served in a spacious, attractive lounge looking out onto the outdoor patio. Here you will also find a wide range of brochures of places to visit in Amsterdam and Holland, and of course we will be glad to assist you in showing you where to go and what excursions to book.

Hotel Kap is situated very conveniently, in the centre of Amsterdam. It is just a 10 minute walk to the major museums, the floating flower market, the trendy shopping centres and, of course, Amsterdam's swinging nightlife.

Details on distance (in km/miles)
Airport (Schiphol):
Station:
Metro/ suburban train:
City centre:
  20 / 12.43
2 / 1.24
0.1 / 0.06
0.2 / 0.12
  Highway (A10):
Congress center:
InterCity railway station:
  2 / 1.24
4 / 2.49
2 / 1.24
 
Location
central
Hotel features/particularities
  • Single room: 5
  • Wake up service
  • Safe at the reception desk
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  • Double room: 3
  • W Lan
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  • car park (with costs)
  • Reception open 24h a day
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    Room features
  • Cell phone connection
  • Shower
  • Desk
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  • Bathtub
  • Baby cot available
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  • Cable TV
  • Sat TV
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    Catering
  • Outside catering
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    Leisure
  • bike rental
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    Accepted credit card payment
  • MasterCard/EuroCard
  • DinersClub
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  • AmericanExpress
  • EC-Card (Electronic Cash)
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  • Visa
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