Be amazed by this beautiful authentic Luxe Motor from 1927,, located in a unique area in Amsterdam. The boat is cozy and romantic. Drink a glass of wine with your loved one in the living room, which is very open and bright. The wood stove makes the evening even more romantic. Take a look in one of the many authentic windows in the morning. When it's hot in the city, do not hesitate to take a refreshing dip in the canal, which is very clean. If it is not sunny, you can rent two beautiful Veloretti bicycles. You do not have to cycle far to see great places in Amsterdam: the area is known for its modern architecture and the historic city center is only about 15 minutes away. The authenticity of the houseboat is well preserved, but the modern look in the furniture creates a homely and special atmosphere. The first part of the boat, fully equipped, is completely for you, inside and out. You have your own access.
Address: Borneokade 66, 1019 AW Amsterdam, Netherlands
Size: 60.0 m², 1 Room, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
Beds: 1 Single bed, 1 Double bed
Prices: 90EUR - 130EUR / Night
The first part of the boat is all yours, inside and outside. You have your own acces. The last part is my private space, inside and outside.
Be careful with the pump system. Do not throw hard things or moist toilet paper into the toilet and bath.
As a guest of Houseboat Réussi, you have access to the app from the Digital Concierge.
Through this app, we give you personal tips and recommendations including restaurants, tourist hot spots and attractions in Amsterdam. All tips have been composed personally by me. Moreover, you will find practical information about the boat, your wifi code and there is a ‘take me back’ option, so you can easily find your way back to the Borneokade 66.
For access to the app please use code: 72119
Download through the App Store or Google Play Store
How to reach the Borneokade?
The boat is conveniently located for arrival by car. Take exit number S114 (Zeeburg, Artis. Centrum) from the ringroad around Amsterdam. Follow the signs (Zeeburg, Artis. Centrum), after 500 meters you drive straight into the Piet Hein tunnel. After exiting the tunnel turn left at the traffic lights. Again turn left at the next traffic lights. Straight on at the next crossroad. In front of you you will see a Chinese restaurant called Havenstad. turn right and immediatelly turn left. Drive till the end, turn right and after 50 m left. You are on the Borneokade now. The harbour at your right side and apartments on the right side. Another 70 meter and you will find our houseboat at nr. 66 on the right side.
After you have checked in and brought in your luggage you have two parking options:
1. Parking: From 09:00 to 00:00 it is paid parking in our neighborhood, here you can already buy a parking ticket: https://parkeerkaart.amsterdam.nl
2. Another option is to park the car in the P + R Zeeburg: https://www.amsterdam.nl/en/parking/park-and-ride/
There you take tram 26 direction Central Station. After One stop you get out ( Rietlandpark )
From there it's a walk of 15 minutes to the Borneokade 66 Travel time: 18 minutes
Arrival by plane at Schiphol Airport:
Here you can buy your public transport card online: https://www.gvb.nl/tickets
If you are on the airport, just pick a train to the Central Station. From Central Station take bus 48 towards Borneo Island from platform C. Get off at the last bus stop Fortyunplein, after 15 min. From there it is 100 meters to the Reussi on Borneokade 66.
You can also take a taxi from Schiphol airport. It's about a 24 kilometer drive from Schiphol Airport to the boat.The taxi ride will cost around 45,- euro.
Travel in Amsterdam
The best ways to travel in the city are by bike or by tram⁄bus.
- Buy here your tickets https://www.gvb.nl/tickets
- We have nice Veloretti bicycles for rent: 5,- € half a day.
Bus 48. This bus departs from Fortuynplein on the north side of Borneo eiland to central staion.
Tram 26 in the direction central station). The tramstop is at 7 minutes walking distance at Rietlandpark.
Tram 10 in the directionof the museums; Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk en van Goghmuseum)