|Double beds (1 duvet):||2|
|Single sofa beds:||-|
|Double sofa beds:||-|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Modern studio apartment, housing up to four people in Amsterdam’s Pijp district, overlooking the vibrant Albert Cuyp Market.
The residence boasts an authentic location in a popular neighbourhood brimming with cafes, restaurants, bars and boutiques. Tastefully furnished throughout, the studio benefits from beautiful wooden floors, plenty of natural light and a many modern amenities. The combined living and sleeping area comes equipped with a double bed, large wardrobes, a coffee table, cosy rug, an impressive wall hanging and a double sofa-bed. A flatscreen TV and DVD player are provided for the evening’s entertainment. The kitchen includes an oven, microwave, grill, hob, fridge and freezer, offering the option of home dining during your stay. A small yet pleasant balcony allows you to enjoy the sunshine in peace. The bathroom contains a washbasin and a shower, with the toilet situated separately for added convenience. The studio also includes high speed Wi-Fi. Perfect for a family or two couples, the lodging ensures a memorable Amsterdam adventure.
Please note: Our stairs is not child friendly and we do not have a space for prams and strollers. We do not accept families with small children and babies for safety reasons.
The accommodation can be found south of the historical centre, lining one of the country’s most famous market streets. Existing over a 100 years, the Albert Cuypmarkt attracts a diverse crowd and enjoys a bustling yet laid back atmosphere, making it the perfect introduction to typical Amsterdam life. This animated attraction is located in the Pijp quarter, renowned for its multicultural population and its multitude of friendly bars, cafes and restaurants, providing more ethnic eateries than any other part of the city.
The studio is superbly placed for discovering Amsterdam’s stunning Canal Belt and its equally picturesque river, the Amstel. Accessible on foot in a matter of minutes, this elegant waterway hosts several cultural venues along its banks, including the Royal Carre Theatre and the Hermitage Museum. The capital’s famous Dam Square can be reached on foot in half an hour or by tram in less than fifteen minutes.