Inn Old Amsterdam is located in an historical monument full of character (1645) on the Nieuwmarkt, a vibrant residential quarter with bars, restaurants and outdoor cafes. Our house looks out onto the most important gate of the city of Amsterdam (1488), the Sint Anthonispoort, now known as De Waag.
Inn Old Amsterdam is located in an historical monument full of character (1645) on the Nieuwmarkt, a vibrant residential quarter with bars, restaurants and outdoor cafes. Our house looks out onto the most important gate of the city of Amsterdam (1488), the Sint Anthonispoort, now known as De Waag.For our guests we have fitted up a comfortable room with a kitchenette on the first floor, and a large studio with private bathroom, toilet and kitchen on the second floor.We are Daan, Cok and Inigo, and we are looking forward to your visit.THE B&B ROOMA recently renovated and elegantly furnished B&B room on the 1st floor with a fantastic view of the Waag and the Nieuwmarkt.Maximum 2 persons.A choice between two single beds or a double bedCoffee and tea making facilitiesFridge and kitchenetteSafeTVInternet connection/wifiBathroomTowels and bed linen.STUDIO WAAGZICHTRecently renovated studio for two persons on the 2nd floor under the original beams taken from old ships. Living room with fantastic view of the Waag and the lively Nieuwmarkt.Sleeping, a choice of two single beds or one double bedLounging-divans on the mezzanineIt is possible to lodge two extra persons in the studioPrivate bathroom with shower, washbasin and toiletCoffee and tea making facilitiesFridge and kitchenetteSafeTVInternet connection, wifiTowels and bed linenTHE BREAKFASTBreakfast is served in a buffet on the corridor of the second floor. Here are the ingredients to make yourself a nice breakfast. We strive to maximize the biological and environmental friendly products.DE WAAGIn 1601 the old city walls were razed to the ground in connection with the expansion of the city. The Sint Anthonispoort was spared, but lost its function. On either side, part of the canals were filled in, creating a square: the current Nieuwmarkt. In 1617 the former city gate was given the function of a weighing place. (or toll bridge). The building is popularly known as De Waag. Nowadays it accommodates a large cafe-restaurant as well as a centre for new media.
Check in time between 15:00 and 18:00 (otherwise in consultation).Check out time 11:00.Buffet breakfast included.Credit cards not accepted. Cancellation policy 3 days.