Hotel Residence Le Coin

3 star hotel

Address

Nieuwe Doelenstraat 5 AmsterdamSee nearby area

Rooms

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    Lonely Planet review

    This shiny inn, owned by the University of Amsterdam, offers 42 small, high-class apartments spread over seven historical buildings, all equipped with designer furniture, wood floors and kitchenettes – and all reachable by lift. It's in the thick of things, opposite the popular grand Café de Jaren and just a five-minute stroll to pretty Nieuwmarkt. Wi-fi is free, with decent speed.

    Our independent authors have visited Hotel Residence Le Coin and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Medieval Centre & Red Light District.

    Description provided by property

    This hotel is located in the centre of Amsterdam just a 4-minute walk from Rembrandtplein. Residence Le Coin offers bright rooms with a kitchenette. Tram stop Muntplein is a 1-minute walk.

    Each light decorated room features exposed wooden beams and have large windows. They also offer a seating area and a private bathroom which is fitted with a bath or shower.

    You can prepare simple meals in the kitchenette which has an electric stove, refrigerator and kitchenware. A wide variety of cafes and restaurants are located in the direct surroundings.

    From Muntplein you have direct access by tram to Central Station, Anne Frank House and the Heineken Experience. Leidseplein is a 10-minute walk. From there it is 3 minutes more to Museumplein.

    Important information

    Please note that the hotel will charge the full amount 1 day before arrival.

    Services & facilities

    • Family
      • Family rooms
    • Non-smoking
      • Non-smoking rooms
      • Non-smoking throughout
    • Guest services
      • 24-hour front desk
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free WiFi
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