|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Offering modern lodgings within the Jordaan district of Amsterdam, this delightful studio apartment comfortably accommodates up to two guests.
Ideally located within a popular area of the city, this apartment provides the perfect place in which to relax and unwind following an action packed day of sightseeing and entertainment. Exuding a warm and welcoming atmosphere, the apartment manages to effortlessly blend authentic features with modern day appliances, resulting in a home from home environment.
Framed by several large windows, which allow an abundance of natural light to gracefully flow through the apartment, the living area is furnished with two charming armchairs, a coffee table and a flatscreen television. It is also here that you will find a luxurious double bed, which creates the model setting for a good night’s rest.
The compact, yet efficient kitchen is fully equipped with everything that you will need in order to prepare a simple meal within the apartment, should you wish to take a break from dining out. Completing this delightful abode is elegantly designed bathroom, which is enhanced by contemporary, black wall tiles and is fitted with a toilet, sink and shower enclosure.
Please note drugs and smoking is not allowed.
Perfectly positioned within the sought after Jordaan district of the city and close to a number of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, this apartment is just a short walk away from Amsterdam’s main transport hub – the bustling Centraal Station. Visited by an amazing 250,000 passengers every single day, Centraal Station boasts excellent public transport links throughout the city and beyond, connecting you with a huge array of must see sights and attractions.
Just a few minutes away from the apartment is one of Amsterdam’s most popular tourist attractions and one which is definitely worthy of a visit. The Anne Frank House Museum, which can be found overlooking the majestic Prinsengracht Canal, is where Anne Frank wrote her famous diary whilst she and her Jewish family hid from the Nazis during the Second World War. The museum allows visitors the opportunity to explore the secret annex at the rear of the building, which became the home to the Frank family.
Also nearby, positioned towards the north of the apartment is one of the city’s oldest cinemas – The Movies. Regarded as an institution in Amsterdam, the picture house opened to the public in the early 1900s and is still much-loved to this day for its regular showings of not only Hollywood blockbusters, but also alternative film and art house cinema.