Leliegracht 18, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1015 DE
- Recommended for:
- Couples, Culture vultures, Families with teenagers, Families with younger children, Romance
Expert review of 't Hotel
Despite its name, 't Hotel is a b & b. Though not just a b & b: the reception doubles as the office for the Slovakian Tourist Board.
The eight rooms are tasteful and understated, with cream-and-brown furnishings, leather armchairs, Art Deco lamps, and neat grey-and-white bathrooms (some with baths, some just showers). They also come with tea/coffee-making things and free WiFi. Those at the rear are without a canal view, and cheaper. If you can cope with several flights of steep stairs, consider asking for numbers 7 or 8, which are charming attic spaces. Number 8 is a split-level family room sleeping up to five.
Just the multicoloured breakfast room in the basement, which may strike you as jolly or garish, depending on your mood.
Buffet breakfasts - cold meats, cheeses, hard-boiled eggs, fruit, breads - are plentiful.
Good: Slovakian owner Ingrid comes across as hard working, friendly and kind.
Holidaying couples in the main, especially Americans and Brits.
Canal-facing rooms cost more. Breakfast is included in the rates.
More information on 't Hotel:
- Price from:
- Bed & Breakfast
- Leliegracht 18, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1015 DE
- High-Speed Internet