Welcome to Marcel’s Creative Exchange, located in Amsterdam city center at Leidseplein and established in 1970. This unique and creative place with a cool authentic vintage shade will make you feel home as you where an Amsterdam resident. The owner, graphic designer Marcel van Woerkom, will welcome you and explain how to get the most out of your stay. See the rooms below and make your (early) reservation!
A nice, quiet room in authentic 1970s style. The Style Room has a wonderful open fireplace, is decorated with exclusive art objects, and has a view over the patio garden. The room has a double bed, a private shower and sink, and a table with chairs. The toilet is opposite of the entrance of your room and is private only for you. Free TV and Wi-Fi included.
From € 175,-* per night.
The authentic, 17th century, Patio Garden Suite has a large private bathroom and can accommodate 2 or 3 guests. The suite is remote from any city noise, overlooks two interior gardens, and has exclusive access to the patio garden. The large bedroom has a king-size bed or two twins, and designer furniture. The second bedroom is for one person and has a large single bed. TV (large bedroom) and Wi-Fi included. For 2 guests from €185* per night and 3 guests from €230* per night.
A large, two-room apartment in authentic Victorian style for 2, 3, or 4 guests. When open, a sliding door divides the two rooms into a sitting and a sleeping room; when closed, it creates two bedrooms. The Balcony Barcelona Apartment is decorated with designer furniture and art objects. TV, Wi-Fi, kitchenette, and private toilet and shower are included. For 2 guests from €195* per night, 3 guests from €240* per night, and 4 guests from €350* per night.
Discover Marcel’s Creative Exchange
Discover Marcel’s Creative Exchange below, and start with the Balcony Barcelona Apartment. Also check out the roof!
Believe it or not, your host is a well-known Dutch artist whose work is displayed in three Royal national museums. Marcel is still busy creating new artwork in Amsterdam and Palm Springs, CA. To learn more about Marcel and his remarkable work, have a look at his online gallery.