Stay From €170 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 €170 per Night



Squeezed in between two large green parks and many cafés, restaurants and shops, this exceptionally cosy bridge house is the perfect starting point to experience Amsterdam like a local. Get a sense of Amsterdam’s history from this 1940s tiny house in ‘Late Amsterdam School’ style, and cuddle up in the snug alcove bed – a peaceful retreat in the midst of the city’s daily rush.

Take a scenic 25-minute walk through the Vondelpark from your hotel room for a visit to the Stedelijk Museum, Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum. Tram 11, departing around the corner, takes you to Museum Square and Amsterdam Centre in about 15 minutes.


  • 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
  • bathrobeBathrobes
  • checkCleaning check after every third night
  • expand22 Square Meters
  • Crockery Cutlery and Crockery

Architecture & History

From 1947 to 2017, bridge house Overtoomsesluis accommodated Amsterdam’s bridge keepers. In 2017, the bridge house started a new chapter as one of SWEETS hotel’s 28 hotel rooms. As with every SWEET, Overtoomsesluis’s interior is inspired by its architectural history.

Architect 1947: Piet Kramer
Architect 2017: Space&Matter
Architectural Style: Late Amsterdam School
Location: Overtoom
Waterway: Kostverlorenvaart
Bridge Type: Bascule Bridge

The Overtoomsesluisbrug at the end of Overtoom was originally a lock. When the lock was relocated, a movable bascule bridge was built here. Piet Kramer designed the bridge in 1942 but it was built a few years later in 1947. Although the bridge control building here is in many ways typical of Kramer’s work, it lacks the imaginative qualities that characterized his earlier designs, due to the constraints of the post-war economy. The vertical window frames with slender glazing bars and the concrete border underneath the roof lend the building a functional and formal expression. A canopy projects on the west side, similar to the projecting roof in bridge houses Van Hallbrug and Kinkerbrug, sheltered the bridgemaster from the elements.

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
  • City Tax (12,5%) is calculated after completing your booking (Amsterdam residents: please contact us to avoid paying these taxes)
  • It is not allowed to smoke or use candles, confetti or balloons in the bridge houses
  • Leaving behind excess waste and/or leaving the bridge house in overall disarray will result in a cleaning fee
  • For detailed information about house rules and liability, read our terms & conditions
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What's Nearby?

Photo of Anne & Max near Overtoomsesluis SWEETS hotel Amsterdam - photo courtesy by Anne & Max
Anne & Max

Unlimited tea? Go for an extensive high tea at the warm and cozy Anne & Max.

Photo of Dikke Graaf near Overtoomsesluis SWEETS hotel Amsterdam - photo courtesy by
Dikke Graaf

At Dikke Graaf they work with fresh and local products and that’s what it tastes like! Enjoy a 3-course meal or share some tapas.

Photo of Foodhallen near Overtoomsesluis SWEETS hotel Amsterdam - photo courtesy by My Travel Boektje

Get whatever you like in Amsterdam’s Foodhallen, but don’t forget to try the variations on the Dutch bitterbal. The Foodhallen are built in an old tram depot.

Photo of Vondeltuin near Overtoomsesluis SWEETS hotel Amsterdam - photo courtesy by Vondeltuin

Enjoy dinner or lunch in the most famous park in Amsterdam, just act like it is your own garden. Note: this restaurant is only open during summer.

Photo of Café Cómodo near Overtoomsesluis SWEETS hotel Amsterdam - photo by Insane Productions
Café Comodo

Their dishes are not only a pleasure for the eye, they are also a pleasure to the tummy!


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


Theophile de Bockbrug

On the doorstep of the vibrant Vondelpark, perfect for watching locals on their daily bicycle commute.

Theophile de Bock bridge house on Amsterdam canals

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In the bustling heart of West Amsterdam, walking distance from the city’s fashionable cafés and bars.

Hotel room interior bed cosy hotel room bedroom

Stay from €135



Imagine yourself a Dutch painter from the Golden Age in this 2-storey bridge house, with a picturesque landscape view of an old windmill.

SWEETS hotel Amsterdam Noord Holland_bridge house

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