|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Double sofa beds:||1|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
The range of practical features combined with the charming setting of this lovely one-bedroom apartment is ready to accommodate a group of four, providing all the necessary convenience.
Given the rich set of furnishings, stylish décor and a truly amazing atmosphere, this place is bound to enhance your stay, making you able to enjoy your Amsterdam experience even more.
Step inside the bright and roomy daily space to take advantage of a lounge-like setting featuring a big double sleeping sofa, a flatscreen TV set upon a functional storage unit and a small coffee table, thus forming a perfect gathering point for your whole company.
Hungry? Then move further inside, where you’ll be able to use the provided open-plan kitchen, equipped lavishly with all the modern amenities to make you virtually unlimited with your cooking ideas. Serve your meal in the nearby dining section, furnished with a large dining table and a set of chairs.
Time for a nap, right? So open the door to the separate bedroom and enjoy the presence of a double bed where you can get a true good-night sleep. You can store your belongings in the huge wardrobe and take a shower in the stylish bathroom, fitted with a toilet, sink, shower and a bathtub.
The ensuite bathroom can only be accessed through the bedroom and cannot be closed off by a door, therefore keep in mind that privacy is limited.
The picturesque Jordaan is a truly remarkable place to be in Amsterdam. Not only is it a district well-famous for its cultural richness, unique bohemian atmosphere, abundance of fancy boutiques and galleries, but it also features some of the most astonishing examples of local architecture (Noorderkerk, Westerkerk with its 85-meter spire or the lovely courtyards found all around) and many sights of cultural and historic significance; the renowned Anne Frank House, the exciting Houseboat Museum and the ultra-modern Electric Ladyland are all within your reach – and even easier to get to if you decide to rent a bike and go more ‘local’.
Those after some extraordinariness are bound to be satisfied with the variety of products offered on sale at the markets held regularly at Noordermarkt (small but surprisingly well-supplied flea market), the Lapjesmarkt textile market and Lindengracht, focusing mainly on fresh produce. Apart from that, your place of stay is located between two notable (and easily-accessible) areas; the one to the east comprises the fantastic sight of Begijnhof, the Dam Square and other spots of usual interest; the one found to the south-west, in turn, is a home to Amsterdam’s modern cultural offer, for this is where you’ll find places like Stedelijkmuseum, House of Bols or Rijksmuseum.