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Stay From €144 per Night

Tip: no availability for multiple nights? Group 6Split up your preferred dates across different bridge houses and explore more of Amsterdam!

Stay From €144 per Night

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Kinkerbrug

In the bustling heart of West Amsterdam, walking distance from the city’s fashionable cafés and bars. Cocoon in this intimate interior designed in the style of the 1920s Amsterdam School.

Sip G&Ts or sample Vietnamese spring rolls in the popular Foodhallen (food market) within walking distance (9 minutes). Amsterdam Central Station is directly accessible by tram (22 minutes). Reach the museum district by bicycle (8 minutes) or the popular Leidseplein square (9 minutes).

Features

  • bedDouble Bed
  • wifiFree Wi-Fi
  • showerShower & Toilet
  • playBluetooth Speaker
  • eco-toiletriesEco Hair & Body Wash
  • safeSafe
  • towelBath Towels & Slippers
  • CoffeeCoffee & Tea Facilities
  • hairdryerHairdryer
  • heatingHeating
  • tabletElectronic Tablet - with magazines, newspapers and neighbourhood guide
  • air-conditioningAir Conditioner
  • fridgeMini Fridge
  • checkCleaning check after every second night
  • expand14 Square Meters

Architecture & History

From 1936 to 2017 the Kinkerbrug bridge house accommodated the city’s bridge keepers. In 2017 the bridge house started a new chapter as one of 28 suites for SWEETS hotel.

Architect 1936: Pieter Lodewijk Kramer
Architect 2017: Space&Matter
Architectural Style: Amsterdam School
Location: Kinkerstraat
Waterway: Kostverlorenvaart
Bridge Type: Bascule Bridge

The bridge house at the Kinkerbrug (bridge) dates from 1936 and is typical of Pieter Lodewijk Kramer’s work. He positioned the bridge house in the ‘elbow’ of the bridge and he projected the white window frames from the brickwork, extending them around the corners. The windows are horizontal in shape on both the north and south sides, so that the bridge keeper had a view of the bridge to the left and of the Kostverlorenvaart (canal) to the right.

House Rules

Before you book a SWEET stay, please read our house rules:

  • Each bridge house accommodates a maximum of 2 guests
  • All guests must be over the age of 21 years
  • Check-in time is 4 PM on your day of arrival (at the latest)
  • Check-out time is 11 AM on your day of departure
  • SWEETS hotel is smoke-free (in accordance with Dutch law) and candles are not allowed
  • Respect your SWEET neighbours and keep the noise down
  • Park your bicycle in the designated bicycle stands – never on the bridge
  • Take care of (y)our valuables: properly close the door of the bridge house at all times
  • City Tax (7%) and Tourism Fee (€3 PPPN) are calculated after completing your booking (Amsterdam residents: please contact us to avoid paying these taxes)
  • For detailed information about house rules and liability, read our terms & conditions
Kinkerbrug
SWEETS hotel Kinkerbrug bridge house on Amsterdam canals - design interior with wooden desk close to Kinkerstraat and Ten Kate markt
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Location

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What's Nearby?

Meneer de Wit heeft honger – photo courtesy by Meneer de Wit heeft honger
Meneer de Wit Heeft Honger

An intimate café with tasty middle-eastern style dishes, including hummus and flatbread, falafel and roasted aubergine, meat and fish dishes. (Photo courtesy of Meneer de Wit Heeft Honger)

3. The Breakfast Club – photo courtesey by The Breakfast Club
The Breakfast Club

Anyone for buttermilk pancakes with blueberries? A laid-back spot for all-day breakfast, brunch and lunch, frequented by hipsters. (Photo courtesy of The Breakfast Club)

Foodhallen – Foto Courtesy by foodhallen Amsterdam
Foodhallen

Housed in an old tram depot, the Foodhallen has a smorgasbord of dishes, ranging from fish burgers to Vietnamese spring rolls. Don’t forget to try their variation on the classic Dutch bitterbal and their oversized gin & tonics. (Photo courtesy of Foodhallen Amsterdam)

Vondelpark – Photo courtesy by holland.com
Vondelpark

This is by far the most popular park in Amsterdam, always bustling - a locals hangout. (Photo courtesy of Holland.com)

Rijksmuseum – photo courtesy by Tickets holland
Rijksmuseum

The Netherlands’ most famous museum, the Rijksmuseum hosts a collection 8000 objects on display, which take you on a journey through 800 years of Dutch art and history; from the Middle Ages until Mondriaan. (Photo courtesy of Tickets Holland)

EXPLORE OTHER BRIDGE HOUSES

Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? Keep exploring other bridge houses.

304.

Kattenslootbrug

Bordering the popular Jordaan area and the heart of Amsterdam, a 1950s house in the late ‘Amsterdam School’ style.

Photo of SWEETS hotel Amsterdam bridge house Kattenslootbrug interior

Stay from €144

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Van Hallbrug

Tiny bridge house in ‘Amsterdamse School’-style, situated in a quiet residential neighbourhood bordering the Jordaan area and Amsterdam Centre.

Photo of SWEETS hotel Amsterdam West_Van Hallbrug bridge house_exterior_hotel near Amsterdam Center_surroundings_canal view

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309.

Overtoomsesluis

A 1940s bridge house located between two of the most popular parks in Amsterdam, with and endless number of cafés, restaurants and shops around every corner.

Photo of SWEETS hotel Amsterdam West Overtoomsesluis bridge house interior bedroom alcove bed curtains

Stay from €167

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