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An intimite and cosy studio in Amsterdam, for two people, just a short journey from the centre and the Heineken brewery.
If you are travelling to Amsterdam with your partner and want easy access to the centre and most of the main attractions, then this studio is ideal for you. Located central to Museumplein, the Rijksmuseum, the Heineken brewery and the Keizergracht, you could not wish for a more prime location. The studio itself is warm and welcoming with a beautiful dark-wood floor, elegant lighting, a charming dining table with seating for four guests, a flat screen TV, a DVD player and a comfortable double bed. The kitchen area is compact but comes complete with everything needed to prepare a delicious meal such as an oven, a grill, a hob and a microwave. The bathroom has been completely remodelled and is fitted out with a powerful shower. For your comfort there is a washing machine, an iron and board, a dryer, a dishwasher, a hairdryer, linen, towels and a hi-speed Internet connection. For location and quality, this studio will help make your stay in Amsterdam a memorable one.
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 location of this apartment is premium, with easy access to the Museumplein, with the van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum, with the world famous “Nightwatch” now fully restored to its former glory. A short distance in the other direction is the Hermitage Museum and the Heineken brewery for a great day out when visiting. Of course Amsterdam is world famous for its canals,restaurants and bars on all its numerous Squares. One such square is the Leidesplein and here you can enjoy a cold drink on a terrace, a delicious meal or even visit the legendary Paradiso , where everyone from U2 to the Rolling stones have performed. With so many restaurants around, a strong recommendation is “Greetje” on the Peperstraat near Centraal Station. If museums and bars are not your thing then why not visit the world’s only floating flower market on Singel canal, near Muntplein. Amsterdam is also home to the oldest stock exchange in the world and of course no visit here is complete without seeing the Anne Frank house, in the Jordaan district.