A labyrinth of narrow halls and steep stairs leads to surprisingly large and modern guest rooms, with beamed ceilings and stylish contemporary decor, that overlook the Prinsengracht and the Keizersgracht canals or nicely landscaped courtyards. If the place looks familiar, some of the spaces were used in the film Ocean's Twelve. The surprisingly coherent-yet-rambling assemblage was created from a clutch of 17th- and 18th-century houses—25 in all—and an appropriately
historical soundtrack is provided every half hour when the nearby Westerkerk chimes. Modern luxuries include heated bathroom floors and Wi-Fi (fee).