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B&B in Amsterdam with single room?

Can anyone recommend a reasonably priced B&B with a single room and private bath? I've found lots of good recommendations for B&B's with double rooms, but I'm a single traveler. Plan to be there from Aug. 16 through at least the 21st, maybe through the 24th.


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Have you check in RS Amsterdam Guide Book yet? If you had no luck there try AirB& or something like that. If you are not familiar with that web site, I am not, try Google it. I have stayed at the Hotel Keizershof before and will be staying there again in June and I know that they may have what you are looking for but access to the 3rd floor, where we stay, is up a very steep spiral staircase.

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You may want to state your budget. you cant rent a room with "reasonably price" in your hand. If you dont want to give a number, a range is good too.

also, if you have any preference for area?

If youre up to something cool and different, look at CitizenM hotel. Theres one at the AMS and one somewhat close to town. Theres a train stop a couple blocks away and the tram #2 (if i remember correctly) stops around the corner.

I stayed at the Citizen M city last Sept since many if not all of the places were already booked due to the conventions going on. All of the room have ensuite baths so to speak. look the web site if youre interested.

happy trails

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See if you like Marcel's Creative Exchange. The single room he has includes a private bath en suite, though the Delft porcelain toilet is across the hall. His "B&B" is unlike no other, very safe, and Marcel is a delight! Highly recommended - my husband, adult son and I stayed in the balcony room for 5 nights last May. Upon arrival, Marcel sits down with you and a map, listening to your interests. He then writes out suggested sites to see and restaurants to enjoy. A true delight would be a visit to his roof garden and a tour through his walk-in closet to the 1914 restored theater he owns. Wonderful location off the Leidseplein, next to a canal and in front of a tram line. He just updated his website with pictures of all the rooms, and history of the building. No breakfast but coffee or tea available.