AddressKeizersgracht AmsterdamSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Situated in an historic 17th-century townhouse along the famous Keizersgracht, these apartments offer modern facilities, original features, and canal views. Canal Apartments is in the Nine Streets shopping area and features free Wi-Fi. It is 650 metres from Leidseplein. Free private check-in services can be arranged.
The Anne Frank House and Dam Square, with famous sights such as the Royal Palace, is just over a 10-minute walk from the property. Canal Apartments are 15 minutes’ walk from the Rijksmuseum in the Museum Quarter. The Spui tram stop is 500 metres away and offers direct links to Amsterdam Central Station.
Each of the apartments includes a living room with flat-screen cable TV and a fully-equipped kitchen with a stove, oven and dishwasher. Canal Apartments also have modern bathrooms with a spa bath and a rain shower plus free toiletries.
Canal Apartments are located at different addresses in Amsterdam and do not have a reception. Please read carefully what the address is of your Canal Apartments.
Canal Apartments will contact you 2 weeks prior to your arrival (via e-mail) to arrange the check-in process.
Your private check-in is free of charge until 18.00. A late check in is only possible upon prior confirmation by the hotel and a additional fee of EUR 25.
Please note that the security deposit of EUR 350 will be pre-authorized on the credit card. The pre-authorization will be released when there are no damages. Please note that the duration of this release may take up to 10 days and may vary per bank.
Bedlinen, towels, free WIFI, toiletries and 24/7 support are all included.
Please note that the apartments are located in historical buildings without a lift.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Free WiFi
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