|Double beds (1 duvet):||2|
|Single sofa beds:||2|
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|Stairs in apartment:||Yes|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
This is fantastic looking one bedroom apartment where 6 people can stay; it is located in central Amsterdam, down the road from Rembrandt Square.
Modern furnishings, refreshing large windows and a light décor are all a part of this eye-catching short stay apartment in central Amsterdam. Situated on the first floor it has been fully furnished and tastefully finished to provide an attractive place for up to five people to use during a leisure or business short stay. Featured inside of the living room are two large windows that create a great fresh and airy feel all day; the furniture includes an executive leather arm chair with a foot stall, a coffee table, a canvas painting and a large mirror. Walk through the beautiful arched door and you will find a sofa bed, a double bed and a dining table with four chairs. Another double bed is set in the apartment’s one bedroom. Get ready for your daily outings in Amsterdam inside the bathroom where you will find spotlights above the mirror and a combined bathtub and shower to bathe in. No self-catering short stay is complete without a fully equipped kitchen so use yours any time to prepare snacks or meals.
Please note this apartment is located in a lively area and therefore less suited for families with young children.
This attractive short stay apartment is located in an equally attractive street called Utrechtsestraat which leads north from Rembrandt Square, about half a kilometre south to Frederiks Square. The apartment is set about a minute walk from Rembrandt Square which is just as popular a night life destination as it is for daytime entertainment. Utrechtsestraat is filled with shops and great restaurants and is serviced by tram 4 with which you could ride to Amsterdam RAI and Central Station. Being so centrally located means that you are also just walking distance from some of the most popular tourist attractions in Amsterdam such as Hermitage Museum, the old Jewish Quarter, Waterlooplein Flea Market, Rembrandt House Museum and the Portuguese Synagogue. Catch tram 9 or 14 from Rembrandt Square to Artis Zoo in about five minutes or walk there in fifteen. If walking everywhere is too tiring and waiting for trams too time consuming then you could rent a bike to get around the city at your own pace.