The Old Nickel Hotel

1 star hotel

Address

Nieuwe Brugsteeg 11 AmsterdamSee nearby area

Rooms

from
$47
per night
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Lonely Planet review

Location, location: the Nickel will appeal to everyone looking for a simple place to crash after a red-light romp. Go up (and up and up) the steep stairs from the historic, well-stocked pub, and you'll find clean no-nonsense rooms, all bathrooms shared. Rates include a big cooked breakfast and drop sharply during the week.

Our independent authors have visited The Old Nickel Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Medieval Centre & Red Light District.

Description provided by property

The small family-owned Old Nickel is located in the city centre of Amsterdam and just a 3-minute walk from Central Station. It offers budget rooms, a daily breakfast buffet, and a bar serving 70 different beers.

This small hotel has guest rooms with a wash basin. The shared bathrooms are located outside the room in the hallway. Some of the rooms are located in an annex building.

A continental breakfast buffet is served each morning. You can relax in the restaurant-bar, which has original wood panelling from a 17th-century ship of Admiral Michiel de Ruyter.

From The Old Nickel, you can reach Dam Square in an 8-minute walk. The Martelaarsgracht tram stop is 200 metres away, and offers direct access to the Museum Square with tram 5.

Important information

Please note that the same credit card used for booking the non-refundable (book now, pay now) package needs to be presented at check-in.

The reservation must be paid at check-in, not at the moment of check-out.

During booking, all guests should state their expected arrival time using the Guest Comments box.

Services & facilities

  • Family
    • Family rooms
  • Bar
    • Available
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • Free WiFi
    • WiFi
    • Internet services
  • Parking
    • Available
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