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Offering a truly authentic experience in the heart of the popular Pijp district, this one bedroom apartment makes the perfect Amsterdam retreat for up to four guests.
Allowing a rewarding insight into typical local life, this charming dwelling can be found in one of the city’s most adored neighbourhoods, the Pijp, a residential suburb brimming with bars, cafes, stores and a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. Smartly presented and equipped to cater for all your needs, the lodging ensures a business or leisure stay that is as comfortable and as satisfying as possible.
Efficiently arranged to maximise the available space, the residence includes a soothing living area comprised of a comfy sofa and a flatscreen TV with international channels. A fully functioning kitchen is also available, lowering the expense of dining out and encouraging sociable culinary occasions for everyone to enjoy. Stylish and peaceful, the bedroom grants a calming refuge from the day’s activities and comes fitted with two single beds, with the remaining two guests welcome to utilise the convertible sofa. An elegant bathroom concludes the abode with a sink, toilet and shower unit.
Inhabiting the city’s lively Pijp district, this Amsterdam accommodation benefits from a hospitable local community comprising of a diverse population, many of which are students and expats. This youthful, vibrant energy is reflected in the area’s abundant cafes and bars, providing ample opportunity for a sociable evening’s entertainment.
This short stay apartment also profits from proximity to the capital’s most iconic natural landmark, the Amstel River. Accessible in just three minutes on foot, this sweeping waterway makes an idyllic setting for a stroll or bike ride and houses several art galleries, museums and restaurants. One such eatery resides just around the corner, the unique Ctaste, which offers the inimitable and unforgettable culinary experience of dining in the dark. The neighbouring Sarphatipark grants a scenic escape from the congestion and a picturesque spot for a cosy summer picnic. Amsterdam’s secondary transport hub, Amstel Station, is reachable in twenty minutes on foot, enabling swift admission to Schiphol Airport and the remainder of the Netherlands.