International Museum - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
 

The 111 rooms embrace the quirks and history of the canal house buildings, from monumental ceilings to double showers, canal views, and original beams. Choose from Shoebox, Cosy, Roomy, or one of the three Concept rooms. All rooms feature brass chandeliers, bespoke hexagonal mirrors, and classical timber herringbone flooring.

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The Hoxton, Amsterdam
The Hoxton, Amsterdam opened its doors on Herengracht in 2015. Made up of 5 canal houses, the building was once home to the Mayor, way back in the 17th century. Now it houses 111 rooms spread across 5 floors with plenty of quirks including some monumental ceilings and lots of canal views – we're lucky enough to have canals on each side of the building. Downstairs, there's the restaurant, Lotti's; Up top, the mezzanine coffee and cocktail den, lobby bar; and The Apartment, our meeting and event space, which doubles up as a home to Hoxtown.
 
The way it was
Dubbed the most important canal in the whole of Amsterdam, the merchants and most influential regents and mayors of the city lived on the Herengracht canal through the 17th Century. A string of iconic, notable buildings line the waterway, including the oldest residential house in the city, built back in 1590.
 
Our 'hood today
The Nine Streets, or De Negen Straatjes as they’re called in Dutch, are home to some of the city’s coolest stores. Homegrown brands, cool cafes and gourmet restaurants line the streets, making the canal-structured grid one of the coolest places to hangout in the Dam. Eat well and shop happy.

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