We might say that the Max Brown Hotels are the ultimate choice for your smart urban stay. A central rendezvous and hotbed for start-ups, freelancers and people who just want to kick it, a.k.a., the connectors of the urban lifestyle. It happens to be that you’re also one of the connectors that we’re talking about. At Max Brown it’s all about sharing ’insider’ tips and urban experiences. Our staff is more than willing, perhaps near-obsessive (we like to call it passionate), to tell you where you can buy the most addictive cupcakes of your life, how to get to that small undiscovered restaurant or where to go when the sun goes down. And when you are out and about, please share your best urban experiences with us!
ABOUT MAX CANAL DISTRICT
Max Brown Hotel Canal District is situated in three monumental Amsterdam canal houses with an amazing 300-year old facade, at the corner of Amsterdam’s most famous canals, the Herengracht & the Brouwersgracht. The three canal houses in which Max Brown is located have seen a great amount of different owners and users over the four centuries of their existence. Now it’s time for our guests of Max Brown to call this beautiful canal houses their home away from home in Amsterdam. The Amsterdam Canal District area is likely everybody’s favourite part of Amsterdam. As you probably already know, the Amsterdam Canal District is added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. It’s a place where beautiful architecture, art, fashion, design and culinary delights come together. Max Brown Hotel Canal District is a unique location. It’s here where you literally get the ‘real’ Amsterdam local life experience. Bring your party to Max Brown!
ABOUT MAX BROWN MUSEUM SQUARE
Max Brown Museum Square is situated in four typical Amsterdam Townhouses in the Jan Luykenstreet. This largely residential neighborhood distinguishes itself with beautiful tree-lined streets and gorgeous 19th-century architecture. There is no place in Amsterdam where you will find an area with so much style and allure. This beautiful and alluring area is the place to be for all lovers of arts and history. Not only is The Museum Quarter (the neighborhood around Museum Square) famous for its impressive collection of museums & galleries, but it’s also a bursting forth with shops, cafes, bars & restaurants everywhere.