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This fashionable and attractive one bedroom apartment enjoys an exclusive location in one of Amsterdam’s most desirable districts, perfect for a group of up to four people.
Footsteps away from the charming Northern Church, this impressive abode inhabits the exceptionally popular Jordaan neighbourhood, recognised for its authentic appeal and endearing collection of bars, restaurants and boutiques. Sporting striking ceiling beams, beautiful wooden floors and chic, top quality furnishings, the apartment grants an appealing retreat from the day’s activities.
The open dining and living space makes the perfect setting for convening and relaxing with your fellow companions, encouraging you to feel at home and take advantage of all the premium amenities on offer. A flat screen TV and DVD player provide the entertainment and a convertible sofa is on hand for sleeping two of your party. Stylish and fully equipped, the kitchen enables the satisfying option of home cooking, with an elegant dining table available for hosting such culinary treats. An exquisite bathroom, fitted with both a bathtub and shower unit, leads to the tranquil bedroom, concluding this delightful lodging with two single beds.
Important Information: Please note that the en suite bathroom is open to the bedroom, making privacy limited.
This superb short stay apartment grants its guests an enviable position from which to explore the delights of the city, allowing direct access to the breathtaking Canal Belt and the capital’s bustling inner core. Such principal tourist destinations as Dam Square, Anne Frank House and Central Station are reachable in just fifteen minutes on foot, combining centrality with an authentic neighbourhood to retreat to after the day’s events.
The Jordaan originated as a rather unpleasant and overcrowded working class quarter during the 17th century, at the instigation of the mass expansion of Amsterdam. Left dilapidated for the ensuing centuries, this charismatic area received a much needed regeneration in the 1970s, which thankfully retained the Jordaan’s original spirit and simultaneously attracted a new wave of residents, primarily artists, plus a sprouting of restaurants, bars and boutiques. Indeed, a multitude of worthwhile establishments populate the apartment’s vicinity, including the exceptional Restaurant Vlaming, the unique Japanese Pancake World, and the historical Northern Church that hosts a delightful farmer’s market upon its resident square every Saturday morning.