Museum District Guest House
AddressPeter Cornelisz Hooftstraat 52-II AmsterdamSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Museum District Guest House is an exclusive guest house, ideal for an overnight stop or for a long stay, and has all you need to make you feel at home. Guest house is right in the middle of all public transportations (trams and buses) and a walking distance to the other parts of the center. Most areas and business districts are within walking distance, and 7 minutes by tram to RAI congress Hall.
Museum District Guest House boasts an exclusive location along the picturesque and exclusive Peter Cornelisz Hooftstraat, (a shopping street for exclusive designer wears like Burbery, Louis Vuitton, Channel e.t.c Right opposite the Rijks Museum and the street ends just by the gates of the serene yet majestic Vondelpark. where you can relax in the shade of giant old trees after a day touring the city. Don't miss visiting the Rijksmuseum and the Vincent Van Gogh Museum.
Ensuite suite / apartment, luxury toilet and bathroom, exclusively furnished and with luxury finishing of house fittings.
- No curfew
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free coffee-making facilities
- Internet access
- Bed linen & Towels included
- Check-in time: 15:30 hours - 20.00 hours (unless with special arrangements)
- Check-out time: 07:00 hours - 10.30 hours
- 5% tourist tax would be added to the total amount
- Breakfast not included in the price
- Payment is by cash on arrival
Please note that
We do not cater to hen or stag parties, or backpackers.
Services & facilities
- Cable TV
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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