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Accommodating up to 2 guests, the charming Prince 969 Studio Apartment offers an ideal retreat close to the heart of Amsterdam city centre.
Set on the ground floor of a traditional Amsterdam house, this apartment oozes character and provides the perfect base from which your exploration of this delightful city can begin. Beaming with natural light which gracefully flows in through the windows, the apartment offers a blend of authentically exposed brickwork and wooden beams, together with modern, refreshing décor. The open plan design creates a feeling of space and comfort, allowing you and your companion the opportunity to relax and unwind following a hectic day.
Lined with attractive tiled floors, the living area consists of a cosy double bed, an armchair, several storage units and a chic breakfast bar which is fashionably lit by state of the art blue spotlights. A small sink unit can also be found here, together with a fridge and drinks making facilities. The elegantly designed, contemporary bathroom, comprising of a toilet, a sink and a shower cubicle, naturally completes this charming accommodation.
Ideally located alongside the beautiful Prinsengracht Canal, this apartment occupies a prime position within the city’s famous Canal Belt. Often referred to as the Venice of the North, Amsterdam is well known for its network of canals, which cover an amazing 65 miles. The Canal Belt is a series of these canals which surround the city centre and are often a bustling hive of activity, with authentic houseboats, canal cruises and colourful parades often found along them. Just a few minutes away is the magnificent Amstel River, which majestically flows into the heart of Amsterdam. The Amstel not only offers picturesque views, but provides the setting for many much-loved events throughout the year.
Also nearby, and definitely worthy of a visit, is the Museum Van Loon. Open to the public 6 days a week, this impressive museum provides visitors with the chance to explore the exquisite house belonging to the prominent Van Loon family. The family are known for their links to the Dutch East-India Company, which Willem van Loon co-founded in 1602. Boasting a fine collection of paintings and artefacts, Museum Van Loon also features a tranquil garden which is a sight not to be missed.