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Situated within metres of the scenic Amstel River, this one bedroom apartment provides a stylish base for up to four guests in the heart of Amsterdam.
Occupying a lively residential suburb known as the Pijp, this fresh and fashionable abode offers the unique experience of discovering typical city life from a local’s perspective. Employing handsome wooden floors, warm decor and modern furnishings, the lodging appears bright and attractive throughout and includes all the amenities essential to a pleasurable home away from home encounter.
Instantly welcoming, the living area allows you to fully unwind after an exhilarating day and comes equipped with a flatscreen TV and a convertible sofa, available to sleep two of your party. A smart kitchen encourages you to take advantage of nearby markets and create tasty meals for everyone to enjoy, with a dining table on hand for indulging in such sociable culinary occasions. Elegant and tranquil, the bedroom grants a peaceful night’s sleep in a soothing ambience, comprising of a double bed and storage facilities. This premium short stay apartment naturally features a private bathroom, clean and appealing, and consisting of a sink, toilet and shower unit.
Located outside of the city’s central ring, this Amsterdam accommodation would ideally suit business travellers seeking easy access to the RAI Exhibition Centre or leisure visitors desiring a more relaxed and indeed authentic approach to discovering the capital. Residing within metres of the calming Amstel River, the apartment grants immediacy to a host of cafes, bars and eateries, many of which line the water’s elegant banks. One such venue offers an extraordinary culinary experience, the nearby Ctaste, a dining in the dark restaurant that amplifies the senses and ensures a memorable evening certainly worthy of a special occasion.
Attractions within the vicinity include the popular Heineken Experience, dedicated of course to Holland’s most famous brand of beer, the superb Albert Cuyp Market, and the sophisticated Sarphatipark, which can be reached in less than ten minutes on foot. Nature lovers should also check out the wonderful Frankendael Park across the river, a relatively undiscovered yet irresistibly charming expanse that houses the striking Frankendael House and another highly recommended restaurant known as De Kas.