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Bright and welcoming one bedroom apartment, for up to four guests, situated close to the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam’s cultural heart.
Ideal for a family or two couples, the lodging combines an authentic neighbourhood with instant access to the capital’s most popular sights. The apartment is furnished with fresh décor, modern fixtures and everything you need for a rewarding stay. The living area benefits from plenty of natural light and comes equipped with a sofa, an armchair and a flatscreen TV. A dining table is also on hand for hosting memorable meals together, with the kitchen supplying an oven, microwave, dishwasher, hob, fridge, freezer, a kettle and a coffee machine. The bedroom houses a double bed and the accompanying space features a double sofa-bed. The bathroom contains a washbasin, toilet, shower and a bathtub, perfect for relaxing after a busy day. A washing machine, dryer and high speed Wi-Fi are also provided for added convenience. For a superb location and an inviting home away from home, look no further than this quality Amsterdam accommodation.
Adorning the scenic Stadhouderskade, which overlooks the water, the apartment is wonderfully positioned for enjoying the best of the Dutch capital. Such charming local neighbourhoods as De Pijp are close at hand, which grant an escape from the tourist crowds and a chance to experience the city’s lively nightlife and excellent eateries. A brief stroll north will deposit you in Amsterdam’s historical core, home to such famous sights as the breathtaking Canal Belt, the notorious Red Light District and the vibrant Dam Square.
Even closer to your doorstep lies the capital’s cultural treasure trove, with the nearby Rijksmuseum coming highly recommended for any art lover. Other hotspots within this district include the ever popular Van Gogh Museum, the contemporary Stedelijk and the beloved Concertgebouw. After a morning exploring the exhibits, take a picnic to the Museumplein or the Vondelpark, each bustling with life during the warm summer months.