|Double beds (1 duvet):||2|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Accommodating up to four guests, this contemporary apartment occupies a prime position within the popular Jordaan district of Amsterdam.
Oozing a sense of style and sophistication, this apartment provides the perfect place in which to relax and unwind following an action packed day of visiting the huge array of sights and attractions that this magnificent city has to offer.
The inviting living room, which is furnished with an L-shaped sofa, two comfy armchairs and a side table, also features a flatscreen television for your viewing entertainment. The fashionably designed kitchen is fully equipped with all the necessary appliances needed in order to prepare a home cooked meal within the apartment, should you wish to take a break from eating out. An attractive dining table is also at your disposal, creating the model setting for an evening get together.
The calm and peaceful bedrooms not only ensure that everyone has somewhere to rest and enjoy a good night’s sleep, but also boast plenty of storage space in which to stow away your personal belongings. Completing this contemporary abode is the apartment’s fresh and modern bathroom, which is fitted with a toilet, washbasin, bathtub and shower.
Ideally located within close proximity to the vibrant city centre, this apartment is conveniently situated within the chic and stylish Jordaan district of Amsterdam – an area which is renowned for its fine dining establishments and trendy boutiques. The neighbourhood was originally created in the early 1600s to accommodate the ever increasing population of the city but soon become poor, overcrowded and run down. During the 1970s, the Jordaan was given a much needed facelift which transformed it into the hugely popular district that it is today.
The Jordaan is also much-loved for its superb array of must see sights and attractions, including the world famous Anne Frank House Museum, which can be found just a short walk away from the apartment. Overlooking the majestic Prinsengracht Canal, the house is where Anne Frank wrote her iconic diary, whilst she and her Jewish family hid from the Nazis during the Second World War. Also close by is the remarkable Westerkerk (West Church), which was built when the Jordaan district was formed. Showcasing some impressive examples of incredible architecture, the Westerkerk also boasts an eye-catching 85 metre high tower, which can be viewed from across the city.