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Mauro Mansion *

Formerly: Black Tulip Hotel

Stylish gay-owned boutiquey quirks
A haven of style and individuality perched above the Geldersekade canal, Mauro Mansion is a 16th-century canal house made gay and good by locals Berry and Marcel, who want to provide a "sincere non-intrusive local experience based on your individual needs". Spread across three floors, some quieter than others, the nine rooms have a sexy-designer thing going on in their sense of swish faux-minimalism. The black rubber flooring in some of the rooms recalls previous SM hotel occupants the Black Tulip (1997–2010). No children under 12. Not cheap, but it's awfully nice, and located within inches of the Zeedijk and Warmoesstraat for those so inclined. Opened June 2010. Phone number provided upon registration.

Tags: Wi-Fi Internet, $$$ - Moderate, Boutique Hotel, 3 star, Gay-owned

Geldersekade 16
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland 1012 BH



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  •   reopend as mauro mansion
    gymboys4fun ·

    January 9, 2011

    Reopend as award winning hotel Mauro Mansion. Very central, upscale and the guys are doing a great job.
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  •   Nice place - excellent & friendly service
    MundoTravellerLondon ·

    August 5, 2009

    Have stayed here twice now and simply love the place. Very central, great staff, nice clean rooms. Breakfast was freshly made and good.
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NH Collection Amsterdam Barbizon Palace 0
Prins Hendrikkade 59–72

Hotel CC 0
Warmoesstraat 42

Anco Hotel 3.6
Oudezijds Voorburgwal 55

ibis Amsterdam Centre Hotel 0
Stationsplein 49