Hotel Brouwer is closed and is currently being renovated into “The Craftsmen Boutique Hotel”, reopening in June 2019
Housed in a historic canal house dating from 1652 the 100-year- old Hotel Brouwer offers the experience to go back in time, while enjoying modern comforts.
The hotel is located a stones-throw away from Central Station it has the ideal location to explore Amsterdam by feet. Stroll through the canal district and explore the shops and bars in the alleys around the hotel. Visit the Anne Frank house, Van Gogh Museum, the Dam or go sightseeing on a canal tour. You can’t be more centrally located than Hotel Brouwer!
The rooms are equipped with twin beds, private bathroom and tv and most importantly they all have an enchanted view on the Singel canal.
“Hotel Brouwer was originally build by Mr Swaen, a sea-captain of the famous Dutch admiral Michiel de Ruijter. This was only just the beginning of the building’s rich history.”
Anne Frank House (750m)
Discover the place where Anne Frank has written her diary during the Second World war.
Dam Sqaure (500m)
Visit Amsterdam’s best-known square to watch the National monument and all the adjacent historic buildings.
9 Streets (800m)
In the middle of the Canal Belt there are 9 tiny streets with vintage and designer boutiques and cozy cafes.
Visit the famous Dutch national Rijksmuseum dedicated to arts and history in Amsterdam.
When is check-in and check-out?
Check-in if from 3 PM to 8PM on the day of arrival. Check-out is until 10:30 AM on the day of departure.
How do I get to Hotel Brouwer?
From the central station it is a 5 minute walk to Hotel Brouwer.
It breakfast available?
Unfortunately, breakfast is not available however we are happy to recommend you different places for breakfast in Amsterdam.
1012 VE Amsterdam