The Hotel Brouwer has eight delightful rooms, six doubles and two singles. The rooms are named after Dutch painters from the 17th through 20th centuries.
On the first floor are the Vermeer, Hals and Rembrandt rooms, named after those painters from the seventeenth century. One floor up are the Van Gogh, Mesdag, and Breitner rooms, named after those painters from the nineteenth century. On the top floor are the Mondriaan and Escher rooms, named after those painters from the twentieth century. Each room displays a print from the artist for which it is named.
While each room is unique, they do have a few things in common. All rooms have a fabulous view of the Singel canal. All have a private bathroom. And all hotel rooms are non-smoking.
Click below to see some pictures of the hotel.
"Those poor people at the Hilton."
--Arthur Frommer, "Europe On $5 A Day," 1968