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Romantic and stylish studio apartment, for up to two people, in the trendy Jordaan area in Amsterdam.This stylishly decorated studio, in one of the most popular neighbourhoods of Amsterdam, is perfect for a couple or a business traveller. The apartment is set on the second floor, and has many splendid features such as a parquet floor, elegant lighting and delightful artwork. The living area has two beautiful armchairs, a coffee table and a charming foot rest. The open kitchen area is compact, but has everything needed to prepare a perfect meal, including a microwave, a fridge, freezer, dish washer toaster, coffee machine, and a kettle. There are two comfortable single beds that can easily be put together to create a double bed. The modern, dark tiled, bathroom is fitted with a toilet, a washbasin, and a shower. Amenities include a hair dryer, linen, towels, and a high speed internet connection. Within walking distance of all the great things Amsterdam has to offer, this place is the ultimate short stay getaway.
Please note drugs and smoking is not allowed.
Registration number: 0363 D7D4 C192 EE8B 7125
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.