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Our perfectly central and rather chic 1-bedroom apartment makes an ideal base for 2 guests visiting Amsterdam.
Brightly decorated with creamy white walls and accents of colour throughout, the apartment has an uplifting vibe and provides the perfect little retreat from the busy streets of the city.
There’s a main living area which includes a large dining table and chairs as well as an excellent fitted kitchen so that you can prepare all your favourite meals during your stay. Meanwhile in the completely private bedroom it has double bed. Also included in the apartment is a private bathroom with a sink, shower and toilet.
Please Note: The apartment is accessed via some very steep stairs therefore it is not suitable for elderly guests or guests with mobility difficulties.
The apartment boasts a fantastic location just a 5 minute walk away from the city’s famous Dam Square. This is of course the perfect place to enjoy little people watching from the one of the several cafes at the edge of the square. You can enjoy watching the hundreds of bicycles, pigeons and tourists going about their daily activities as well as witness some excellent human statues on show.
The Nieuwendijk and the Kalverstraat are the city’s main shopping streets, both located close to the apartment, are packed with lots of international and local chain stores as well as food outlets and souvenir shops. For a more up market retail experience visit the Bijenkorf shopping centre opposite the palace in Dam Square or the Magna Plaza at the rear.
The city’s infamous Red Light District is certainly worth exploring. At night time the district really comes to life with the red lamps illuminating atmospherically in the water of the canals. Please take care not to photograph the windows in this area as the outcome will not be favourable for you.
There are nearly 60 museums in the city to visit and the majority of them are within this central city core so you won’t have far to travel to reach them. The most visited remains the Anne Frank House Museum which attracts over a million visitors every year. If you wish to pop along there be sure to book online in advance to ensure you don’t have to queue up. The lines can get incredibly long particularly in the summer months.
Central Station is also very easily accessible for visitors needing to get to or from the airport quickly.