Hotel Seven One Seven

4 star hotel

Address

Prinsengracht 717 AmsterdamSee nearby area

Rooms

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$335
per night
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    Lonely Planet review

    The nine hyperplush, deliciously appointed rooms at this breathtaking hotel come with that all-too-rare luxury: space. Step into the prodigious Picasso suite – with its soaring ceiling, elongated sofa, and contemporary and antique decorations – and you may never, ever want to leave. Rates include breakfast, afternoon tea, house wine, beer and personalised service.

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

    Description provided by property

    Hotel Seven One Seven is located in a monumental building along the Prinsengracht Canal, in the heart of Amsterdam. There is a quiet city patio and free Wi-Fi.

    The rooms and suites have a TV, DVD player and audio installation. The bathroom features a bath and/or a walk-in rain shower.

    Breakfast is served in the Strawinsky room or can be served in your room. During the summer breakfast can also be served in the patio. The Library and the patio are the designated smoking areas in the hotel. During your stay you can book in-room spa treatments to relax.

    The Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum are a 10-minute walk away from Seven one Seven. Various bars and restaurants surround the hotel and the Prinsengracht tram stop offers quick access to Amsterdam Central Station.

    Services & facilities

    • Breakfast
      • Breakfast in the room
    • Concierge
      • Concierge service
    • Non-smoking
      • Non-smoking rooms
      • Non-smoking throughout
    • Outdoor space
      • Garden
    • Guest services
      • 24-hour front desk
      • Room service
      • Ticket service
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free WiFi
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