|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Fresh and inviting studio apartment, for up to two people, located in Amsterdam’s authentic Old West.
The lodging would make an excellent choice for visitors seeking a local Amsterdam experience, providing guests with a welcoming neighbourhood brimming with stores, cafes and restaurants. Smartly presented and benefitting from all modern amenities, the studio allows a relaxing escape from the hustle and bustle. The space is furnished with a double bed, a sofa, armchair, pleasant wall hangings, storage cupboards and a dining table. Enjoy romantic meals throughout your stay and take advantage of the nearby Ten Katemarkt, with the kitchen supplying an oven, microwave, hob, fridge, freezer and a kettle, all the essentials for creating a range of tasty dishes. Extra amenities within the residence include a dishwasher, iron and board, Wi-Fi internet and a flatscreen TV. The bathroom houses a washbasin, toilet and shower, and the balcony completes the dwelling in style, offering an inviting spot to unwind in the sunshine. All in all, the studio combines character with authenticity to ensure a rewarding Amsterdam stay.
The accommodation can be found outside of the capital’s core, providing a refreshing break from the tourist crowds. Situated west of the city, between the two bustling avenues of the Kinkerstraat and the Overtoom, the studio enjoys a vibrant local neighbourhood popular with expats and students. An abundance of bars, cafes and restaurants are available within easy reach, ranging from the chilled out Kashmir Lounge to the cosy Paloma Blanca, both located within metres of your doorstep.
Plenty of transport links and stores are also close at hand, and the neighbouring Ten Katemarkt is certainly worth a visit for food lovers seeking fresh, diverse produce at exceptional prices. Another nearby hotspot is the recently opened De Hallen, a former tram depot turned cultural and culinary space, which comes highly recommended for its unusual boutiques, charming cinema and mouth-watering food hall. The beloved Vondelpark is accessible on foot in ten minutes and Amsterdam’s famous Dam Square can be reached by tram in just fifteen minutes.