Hotel Seven One Seven
- Style Opulent eccentricity
- Setting Typical townhouse
Hotel Seven One Seven is a very attractive old townhouse on the Amsterdam's most beautiful canal, Prinsengracht. It looks like a home, which isn’t surprising, since it used to be a private dwelling. What began as a weekend-party place turned into a business; since then, it has changed hands. The new proprietors wanted everything: the pictures on the walls, the books on the shelves, the drinks in the cabinet.
Need to know
- Rooms Nine, including two executive suites.
- Rates Double rooms from $454.49 (€330), excluding tax at 6 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of 5.5% per room per night on check-out.
- More details Rates don't usually include breakfast (€20 a person for Continental).
- Facilities CD/DVD library, free WiFi. In rooms: Bang & Olufsen flatscreen TV, stereo with CD player, minibar and Chopard bath products.
- Check–out No set time; check what time the room is needed by.
Children Cots and babysitters (book well in advance) are available; an extra bed is €75.
- Also Minimum stay over the weekend of two nights, either Friday and Saturday or Saturday and Sunday. No pets.
In the know
- Our favourite rooms Both executive suites, Picasso and Schubert, have views of the canal. Our favourites are Tolkien, which is ultra-romantic, and Room at the Top, for its rooftop views.
- Also Depending on size and cleanliness, you can speak to management about pets staying with you.
Food and drink at Hotel Seven One Seven
- Hotel restaurant The only food served is Dutch breakfast in the Strawinsky room or courtyard.
- Dress code Very relaxed; the Seven One Seven wants you to feel right at home.
- Top table If it’s warm enough, alfresco in the courtyard.
- Room service Breakfast in bed, drinks and some snacks available.
- Hotel bar House wine is served in the lounge at no extra cost, which more than compensates for there not being a bar.
Also worth knowing
- Weddings This property is suitable for weddings. More details