Hotel Freeland

2 star hotel

Address

Marnixstraat 386 AmsterdamSee nearby area

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    Lonely Planet review

    In a prime canal-side location, Freeland has 15 tidy themed rooms (tulips, roses and sunflowers, and a few with Moroccan details). Add in a tasty breakfast and it pretty much kills the Leidseplein competition. It's gay-friendly and all-welcoming.

    Our independent authors have visited Hotel Freeland and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Southern Canal Ring.

    Description provided by property

    Hotel Freeland is a charming hotel in the centre of Amsterdam. Free Wi-Fi access is available. DeLaMar Theatre is less than 50 metres away and Vondelpark is 5 minutes' walk from the property.

    Each room is named after a flower and has unique decorations. Coffee and tea making facilities are available in each room. In the morning, guests can enjoy a real Dutch breakfast upon request. Coffee, tea and soft drinks are available at the reception during the day.

    The hotel is situated in the Jordaan quarter and is only 260 metres from the lively Leidseplein. Museum Square which features the Stedelijk Museum, Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum is 10 minutes' walk away. The Anne Frank House is a 15-minute walk from Freeland.

    Important information

    Please note that it is possible for guests to have their luggage stored before check-in from 7:00 onwards.

    Services & facilities

    • Pets
      • Pets allowed
    • Non-smoking
      • Non-smoking throughout
      • Non-smoking rooms
    • Outdoor space
      • Terrace
      • Garden
    • Guest services
      • Ticket service
      • Tour desk
      • 24-hour front desk
    • Restaurant/CafĂ©
      • Vending machine (snacks)
      • Vending machine (drinks)
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free WiFi
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