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Hotel The Exchange

At a Glance


  • fun atmosphere
  • central location
  • nice in-house restaurant


  • design comes before comfort
  • quirkiness may not suit everyone
  • basic bathrooms
  • street noise in some rooms

Hotel The Exchange Review

All of the rooms in three adjoining buildings have been designed by students and alumni from the Amsterdam Fashion Institute and are unique and funky, with a creative use of specially woven fabrics. An example: in the Eighties Room, walls are covered with a giant 1980s-style "skirt" and "sweater"; to open the curtains, you zip the sweater up. Views and amenities vary considerably, from lower-price interior-view rooms to bright, spacious units with terraces. Also on the premises are Stock, a slow-food restaurant that's great for breakfast, and Options, a shop specializing in Dutch handicrafts and design objects from around the world.

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Updated: 05-14-2013

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