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When to come & when to go
Your room will be ready at 16:00. Come when you like, your luggage is safe with us. Check out is at 12:00 midday, so have a sleep in.

Breakfast is served on our 7th floor, 7:00-11:00 on weekdays & 8:00-12:00 on weekends and holidays. Breakfast is €13 pp.

We have our own private outdoor car park, next to the hotel. We charge €20 per 24hrs for hotel guests. Other visitors pay €3 per hour or €25 for 24 hrs. Usually there’s enough space for everyone. We don’t take reservations.

Our rates include VAT and other taxes. We like to keep things simple.
Limited Rate (pay now): This rate gives the best price for your room. You’ll pay the full amount when you make your booking. Modifying or cancelling your booking is possible for €20 per night, until 24 hours before your day of arrival. For example: When your arrival day is Friday, you can modify or cancel your booking until Wednesday 11:59pm (Amsterdam Time).
Flex Rate (pay on arrival or pay now): This rate lets you modify or cancel your booking free of charge, until 24 hours before your day of arrival. For example: When your arrival day is Friday, you can modify or cancel your booking until Wednesday 11:59pm (Amsterdam Time).

Bike rent
You can rent a Volkshotel bike for €14 on the first day & €10 on following days. We don’t take reservations.

Co-working space & Wi-Fi
Volkshotel’s Wi-Fi is fast and free of charge. We offer a free co-working space where Amsterdammers and hotel guests sit side by side. For private business meetings you can book a 4 to 8 person cabin for €40or €55 per hour.

As long as it’s not the size of a giraffe, pets (max 2) are welcome to stay for an additional €15 fee per night. Email us at, so we are prepared.

Use your room for relaxing, sleeping, cuddling, philosophizing, but not for smoking. If you smoke in your room or tamper with the smoke alarm we will charge you a €150 fee.

Drugs & Prostitution
Drugs (use, possession and selling of any kind) and prostitution are not tolerated in any part of Volkshotel.

Badplaats (Mini Spa)
Our rooftop hot tubs & sauna are open 7:00-23:00. No need to bring cash, only a bathing suit. Alcohol and glassware are not allowed.

Restaurant & Canvas Nights
On Friday and Saturday nights our restaurant Canvas can turn into a dance floor, if the mood is right. Entrance is free for these nights.

Our sound bar Doka in the basement is open on Fridays & Saturdays 22:00-6:00. Doka has limited capacity, so we can’t guarantee you’ll get in.

Everybody needs a bit of relaxation from time to time. Let your downward facing dog out. For schedules check out

Get your haircut on Fridays from 3:00-9:00pm in Werkplaats. Grab a beer, a burger and start your weekend with new hair!

Neck ache, back ache, headache, heartache, a massage fixes everything. Knead out the stress and pains. Send an email to or drop by the reception. 

During your stay you might run into live music, exhibitions, cultural events and more. For up to date information, check out

March 1, 2018

Dancefloor Maintenance: March line-up


Jens, our head of programme talks about how next month’s line-up came together. He is a real house-music nerd. There is something about a 4 by 4 beat, 122 bpm and the warm, rolling house sound that he cannot live without. In this series; ‘Dancefloor maintenance’, we ask him to do a little write-up on how the programme came together and what we can expect for the coming month.

So; What’s up for March?
We kick off with a bit of a dream-team. On the 2nd of March Daan Groeneveld & Thomas Hayat take the stage. These two architects of house music have been making waves for some time now – I know them both from back in the day, when we were attending the same Architecture bachelor at the TU in Delft. Back then I already used to look up to their stories from the booth. Daan had great stories from the TiNK family – a label I’ve been heavily influenced by for a long time. A couple of years later when Thomas Hayat started DJ’ing himself, it wasn’t more than logical that Daan and Thomas teamed up for the b2b formation they are doing currently.  

Saturday the 3rd it’s up to ENKA and myself. ENKA has gotten a bit of a nickname within the Canvas-team, he’s become the ‘cult-hero of Canvas’. He’s a real crowd reader, mixing & mashing songs together, and really trying to find a drive on the dancefloor. Greatly looking forward to be sharing the booth with him for 5 hours. I’ll of course bring my stack of 90’s house.

On the 9th of March we have Roman Coskun and DJ SENC on the bill. I’m really looking forward to this combination. Two people who care an intense amount about house music. DJ SENC with his record shop SEAWOLF RECORDS, the go-to record shop for all of Amsterdam’s house music fanatics. And then there’s Roman Coskun, part of the Late Night Burners family. LNB02, their second EP, will be coming out very soon. I can’t wait to hear it in Canvas. The night after, Pal & Secam are taking over on the 10th. These are two real residents, having played Canvas for several years now –  the blends in genres they are capable of spinning is great. They really shake up the dancefloor constantly with surprising selections.

Heftone & AJ Buitendijk are a duo I had play during Solar ‘17. They are immense groovers, and two of the friendliest guys in the scene. I got to know them during my time in Brabant, and since then these two have been on my list to have over in Canvas. Luckily the 16th they’re up to the task. With their mix between 90’s house, recent releases, from unknown to the known, hits, hi-hats and the like, they embody what makes a dancefloor move.

She’s back babbbbyyyyyyy – Alison Swing (US/Ger). The LA house music legend, with her Digs Deeper parties and more recently a residency at Wilde Renate in Berlin, has really made a name in the European scene since she moved here somewhere last year. She’s joined by Paula Tape, the Chilean selector who’s roaring through Europe at the moment. We luckily found a spot for her during this night.

The 23rd not one, but two residents share the booth. This really is a Canvas night as it’s meant to be. Aurelius takes the warm, rolling & 90’s approach to a dancefloor, where Joel Hemmen dares to deliver a punch every now and then with crazy recent releases mixed with the 90’s vibes. These two combined are the full Canvas package.

The day after we have a bit of an experiment over from Istanbul. I met with Lez MC Can a few months ago – and he told me about the illegal events he hosted in Istanbul under the name They Sleep We Grind, and how these events have sparked the passion for soulful dance music in that city. If he can bring only a part of this passion with him for their event on the 24th, we’re bound to have an epic evening.

Another new group of dance music fanatics is Tambourine. The 30th of March they take the more local approach, where the selection is more important than the big names. With a clearly defined vision on the dancefloor. It’s passion, connecting & bonding on a common ground: with good music, you dance, dance, dance. From what I can understand, they have quite a special act coming in from Switzerland. Exciting!

On the last day of March it’s up to the golden boys from L’Atelier. They always amaze with their high-energy, thumping sounds. They power through the sets with huge energy, something that Kurley surely can tap into. If we take a look at his newest ‘Feelings EP’ – it’s sure these two acts are going to tear the roof off Canvas.

That about sums up the coming month for Canvas, it’s a month with only solid evenings filled to the brim with pure, grooving, pumping and swinging music.

As I’m writing this, I’m currently looking out over Amsterdam from Canvas from the 7th floor. And while it doesn’t have anything to do with our programme, I simply wanted to share a track with you.

I had a nice small moment of happiness while looking out over Amsterdam and listening to this. A track that I believe really embodies the pulse of the city, something I try to tap into with the programme that I put together for Canvas. So grab some good headphones, and have a look out the window, and truly listen to: MFO – Anti Social Plan (Dekmantel, 2014). As always;

Zie je links voor.

Jens Rasmussen

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