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Accommodating up to two guests, this contemporary studio apartment offers an ideal base within the popular Jordaan district of Amsterdam.
Conveniently situated within easy reach of a number of must see sights and attractions, this apartment provides the perfect starting point from which your explorations of this magnificent city can commence. Oozing a sense of style and sophistication, the apartment ensures that you are able to relax and unwind in comfort following a busy day.
The combined living/sleeping area, which is furnished with a luxurious double bed, a cosy sofa, a coffee table and a flatscreen television with DVD player, is framed by several large windows, which allow an abundance of natural light to gracefully flow through the area. Plenty of storage space is also at your disposal, allowing you to stow away your personal belongings.
Beautiful wooden floors lead you through to the cute kitchen, which is fully equipped with everything that you will need in order to prepare a simple meal within the apartment. Completing this contemporary accommodation is the fresh and modern bathroom, which is fitted with a toilet, sink and shower enclosure.
Please note drugs and smoking is not allowed.
Ideally located just a leisurely stroll away from the heart of Amsterdam’s vibrant city centre, this apartment is perfectly positioned within close proximity to a superb selection of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, many of which can be found along the busy Haarlemmerdijk – a popular avenue situated just a few minutes away from the apartment.
Also close by is Amsterdam’s main public transport hub, Centraal Station, which provides excellent connections throughout the rest of the city and beyond. Housed within a striking building, Centraal Station bustles with activity and is frequented by an impressive 250,000 passengers every single day.
The apartment itself is conveniently situated at the northern edge of Amsterdam’s chic and stylish Jordaan district – an area which is much-loved for its chic boutiques and fine dining establishments. The Jordaan is also the home to one of the city’s top visited tourist attractions, the Anne Frank House Museum, which can be found just a short walk away. Overlooking the majestic Prinsengracht Canal, the house is where Anne Frank wrote her famous diary, whilst she and her Jewish family hid from the Nazis during the Second World War.