A very special accommodation is waiting for you in Amsterdam. This is the Schuilkerkje, a former clandestine church in the eighteenth century, situated in a narrow street along the Amstel River, just off the Rembrandtplein.
This is not a cheap, however, but it sure is original. Built in 1751 as a clandestine Catholic church, it may look like an ordinary house from the outside. But inside, the chapel is converted into apartment houses, whose bed you can admire a fresco ceiling.
The kitchen is equipped with coffee maker, kettle, microwave and dishwasher. On the second floor is a luxurious bathroom. The room also features a flat screen television with DVD player and wi-fi.
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