Max Brown Canal District is set at the intersection of Amsterdam’s most iconic canals and made up of three historical canal houses. Walk inside and you’ll find a completely modernized interior, art by local artist Gino Bud Hoiting and the much-admired—and Instagrammed—book wall. You’ll always have the Max Brown essentials—great coffee, free WiFi and the most comfortable bed around. If you ever just want to unwind, grab a new read from the book swap library, have a drink from the honesty fridge, play a board game or lounge in our peaceful inner garden terrace.
FOOD & DRINKS
Our hotel guests are welcome to have a drink or bite in their guest room. For dinner, you can order delivery from wherever you wish or enjoy a take-out pizza by us in-room.
MAX BROWN COMFORTS
At Max Brown, we’ve mastered the basics so well that you won’t miss fancy pillow menus and room service. That doesn’t mean our hotels are basic. Far from it. Have a look around and you’ll see that we make a big effort with every small detail, all so you feel more like a local than a tourist. Here are the four Max Brown essentials:
Fresh bread delivered daily by our local suppliers. Smells incredible, tastes even better.
Don’t worry about finding a great cup of coffee in the neighbourhood every morning—it’s right here.
We’re so proud of our beds that we take one on a tour around Europe every year.
So much to see, so little time. Good thing we’re right at the heart of it all.
MORE AT MAX BROWN
ONLY AT MAX
UP TO 10% OFF
Use the OnlyAtMax code and receive up to 10% off. Only available on our own website.
IN THE CENTRE OF IT ALL
The hotel’s front doors open out to Milkmaids Bridge and the canal, where you can hop on our very own boat for a ride. The neighbourhood is filled with revered landmarks to explore, like the Anne Frank House just a few minutes’ walk away. If you ever want local tips you won’t find in your guidebook, the Max Brown team has you covered.
Want to park your car? Click here to learn more.
Its world-famous masterworks from the Dutch Golden Age include “The Milkmaid” by Vermeer and...
LUNCH IN THE PARK
Depending on the weather, a lunch in the park is a good way to save some money....
Duke of Tokyo
The owner and designer of this karaoke bar created a Japanese wonderland....
Albert Cuyp Market
This market has been a favourite for Amsterdammers since 1905, but tourists, students,...
Feel like having the best burger in town? (Who doesn’t?) The Butcher is where to go....
MR. & MRS. WATSON
This cute restaurant is fully vegan, and their specialty is a cheese platter. Yes, they have an...
Vedder & Vedder
Looking for a little something special? Stop by this Amsterdam atelier to to check out the...
IZAKAYA Asian Kitchen & Bar
The words “Asian fusion” don’t do IZAKAYA justice. If you can get a reservation, the concept of...
If you want to experience the true “Amsterdam feeling”, head to the Jordaan and visit the...