Prinsengracht 810, Amsterdam, Netherlands star
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
The Hotel Prinsenhof offers 11 simple and charming rooms located on the Prinsengracht, one of Amsterdam's most popular shopping streets. The one-star, family-run operation features canal views in front and garden views in back.
Rooms at the Hotel Prinsenhof vary in size and shape. All sport furnishings of dark wood that work well with the forest-green carpets and beamed ceilings. Amenities are relatively basic but include a radio, alarm clock and Internet access (for a fee). One of the rooms in back has a window that opens onto a bare wall (ask ahead if you want a room with a view).
Two rooms are equipped with private facilities and the rest share basic bathrooms with black-and-white tiled floors.
Don't miss the message board in the lobby, where previous lodgers have left tips on dining, drinking and sightseeing.
Breakfast is included in the room rate. There is no elevator, but the friendly staff will help you haul heavy luggage upstairs using an outdoor hook and pulley system (in the classic Amsterdam fashion!).
Reviewed by: Joel Weickgenant, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Breakfast Extra Charge
- Credit Card Surcharge
- Luggage Storage
- No Elevator
- Reception: Limited Hours
- Alarm Clock
- Internet Access
Grachtengordel South, Amsterdam, Netherlands
About the Hotel Prinsenhof neighborhood
The most elegant area within the city center, Grachtengordel South features opulent residences, mansion-lined streets and a hot nightlife scene. The area boasts both Rembrandtplein (the city's one-time butter market) and Leidseplein (a former horse and buggy drop-off point). Both squares have been reborn as hot spots for bars, clubs, restaurants and no small number of tourist traps.