|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
This comfortable and efficient studio is a great place for up to 2 guests to call home in central Amsterdam. You’ll have all the conveniences of home, just minutes from Amsterdam Central Station and the bustling streets of the Old Center.
With contemporary décor throughout, this studio exudes comfort and efficiency. Plenty of seating in the open living area including a sofa provides the perfect gathering place for you and your friends, and a double bed allows two guests to rest easy after a hard day’s work. The kitchenette contains a stove and refrigerator so you can easily prepare your own food, and the dining area off the living room is a great place to enjoy any meal. The bathroom, toward the back of the apartment, is outfitted with modern fixtures and an efficient shower to get the job done when it’s time to freshen up. Best of all, you’ll be on the quiet streets of Nieuwmarkt that quickly open into the bustling squares of the Old Center.
The Harbour Loft Studios are located in a separate building adjacent to the small courtyard at the back of the main building. This building can only be reached through the main building and the courtyard, and this route includes 1 flight of stairs to the lower ground level.
This efficient and accommodating studio lacks nothing in location. You’ll be close enough to walk to most of the Old Center’s attractions, but the quiet neighborhood of Nieuwmarkt is a perfect place to call home when it’s time to rest. Nearby, you’ll find the unique and very-much-functional Red Light District (De Wallen) where you can peruse the red-curtained windows or grab a bite and a beer at one of dozens of surprisingly friendly cafes. Get to know Amsterdam by wandering the labyrinth of streets in the Old Center, from one medieval masterpiece of architecture to the next. You’ll never be far from home in central Amsterdam.
Since you’re staying in a country that pioneered sea exploration, it’s only fitting that you should visit the National Maritime Museum. Just a few blocks from your apartment, this vast and fascinating museum traces the history of seafaring from its most primitive roots. Learn how America was mistaken for India, and how such a small, nearly underwater country managed to conquer the world through trade. Also nearby is the must-see NEMO Science Center. You don’t have to be a kid or an all-out geek to enjoy these five floors of hands-on science exhibits, but you’re sure to be inspired by at least some of the wacky displays you’ll come across.