Max Brown Museum Square is situated in four typical Amsterdam Townhouses in the Jan Luykenstraat. This largely residential neighbourhood 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 neighbourhood around Museum Square) famous for its impressive collection of museums & galleries, but it’s also a bursting forth with shops, cafes, bars & restaurants everywhere. This city centre area is a hub for many art galleries, design, the famous Noordermarkt and is also dotted with specialty shops and restaurants, from fine dining to street food.
It’s here where you can do tons of great vintage shopping, grab a soy latte macchiato in one of the many coffee hangouts or get lost in a mecca of art galleries. The streets of this area are begged to be strolled by you.
The ideal candidate
Max Brown’s Rooms Management Intern works closely together with the team and is involved to set-up and structure the housekeeping department of the hotel. This involves reviewing the current situation and writing new procedures for improving it. Furthermore, the Rooms Management Intern will supervise a team of motivated room attendants in ensuring the rooms and public spaces to be spick and span for Max Brown’s guests.