Guest room close to Centre Station
Guest room close to Centre Station
1 guest
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
1 guest
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
You won’t be charged yet

The room is spacious. It is a stone’s throw away from a shopping complex. Besides, the bus station is just few steps away from the place and it takes about 12-15 mins to the Amsterdam centraal station.

The space

You have Mac and Smart Light in the room. Bathroom and kitchen are shared.
Bikes can be rented at 10 euros for 24 hours for each person! Bikes come with lights, bell, lock,big size and small size. But you need to inform me one day before your arrival.

Guest access

You can, cook, drink and share. Mi casa is su casa.

Interaction with guests

The idea is you should feel more than welcome and entitled to ask and talk at any time !

Other things to note

I don't really prepare breakfast. Well, we may have some beers instead ;)


Amenities
Internet
Kitchen
Wireless Internet
Dryer

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check in is anytime after 2PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)

No smokes allowed in the room. We don’t want to make neighbours unhappy, do we ? ;)
oh, right ! Heater needs to be turned off when u are not around because it is too hot.:)


Cancellations

Safety features
First aid kit
Lock on bedroom door

Availability
1 night minimum stay

111 Reviews

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David User Profile
February 2017
Fantastic play to say. Right next to bus stop giving easy access direst to centraal station. Immaculate apartment. Comfy bed and great facilities from self catering to free wifi. I will be back

Nikolas User Profile
October 2017
Currently (3/10/2017) the bathroom is being renovated, meaning that there is no possibility to shower. Sounded like this will be fixed soon, so perhaps I just hit an unfortunate periode. - 15min bus ride from Amsterdam Central - Okay and clean room, though nothing spectacular - Easy communication with host - Solid value for the not fuzzy traveller needing a short term stay

Toph User Profile
October 2017
Host is a good guy. There was some confusion around some repairs in the house, making the shower unusable, but Xuhui took responsibility, and we were able to reach an agreement. Good wifi. Huge room. And I slept well on the bed. Outside of the craziness. One note: catch the 1230am bus out of the city or otherwise you have a longer walk home. During normal hours there is a regular bus that leaves right in front of the building that makes getting to the center a 12-minute trip.

Iskandar User Profile
September 2017
Room was spacious and very clean. Xuhui was very responsive to messages. Neighbourhood is quiet, critical for a good nights' sleep. 2 points to consider :1) the apartment is a bit further away from action. You can use the frequent bus or consider renting a bike. 2) toilet is very basic. Value for money place if you are not too fussy.

Adrienne User Profile
September 2017
Xuihui is a very nice host! He communicates quickly and keeps you updated throughout your stay. He was a tad bit late but he was sure to let me know right away. The room itself is very large and clean. The bathroom facilities, specifically the sink and shower areas aren't very desirable. However, I didn't spend much time there as I was out exploring the city.

Sonia User Profile
September 2017
It is north- but still close to city centre and gives new perspective - next stop on is supermarket - it was good

Shahaf User Profile
September 2017
comfortable apartment near bus station to city centre. great host. the apartment is clean tnd arranged for guests

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Xuhui User Profile

Ever since I was a teenager I had the dream of seeing and learning more of the world. That it was why, after graduating from middle school I moved to the island Haikou to follow my college internship there. A year later, after finishing my internship, I moved to Singapore for my first formal job ever. I enjoyed my time there and learned a lot. A couple of years later I moved to the Netherlands, where I now live in Amsterdam. I came to the Netherlands to further develop my career. Right now I work in the Hospitality Revenue Management Business. And I am still well on my way of developing myself and my career more.

I used to cook a lot when I was in the School as my major was Hotel Management. Plus, I like beer, wine, coffee, tea etc hahaha Not really picky.. Ok! Thanks for your valuable time.

Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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