|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||No|
Perfectly positioned minutes away from the vibrant city centre, the chic two bedroom Prins Hendrik I Apartment provides accommodation for up to 4 guests.
This stunning apartment oozes style and sophistication, making it the ideal retreat for you and your guests. With striking high ceilings, large windows and fashionable décor, the apartment is light and roomy. The living room, furnished with a sofa, armchair, coffee table, storage units and flatscreen television, is spacious enough to also comfortably accommodate two single sofa beds. Leading on from the living room is the contemporary kitchen, fully fitted with everything needed to prepare a home cooked meal. An attractive dining table is available for you to enjoy your meals together in comfort.
The main bedroom, furnished with a luxurious double bed and bedside cabinets, has a cosy atmosphere – perfect for a peaceful night’s sleep following a hectic day of sightseeing. The second bedroom is bright and airy and consists of two inviting single beds and occasional chairs. A modern, refreshing bathroom, comprising of a toilet, sink, bathtub and shower, completes this chic abode.
This apartment is suitable for families and couples.
Loud music and parties are not allowed.
Conveniently located near to several cafes, restaurants and shops, this apartment is perfectly positioned within close proximity of several popular attractions. The sights of the city centre, such as the Red Light District and Dam Square, are all within walking distance or by taking the bus from the nearby Prins Hendrikkade bus stop. Only a short walk away is the renowned Restaurant-Café in de Waag. Set inside the historic weigh bridge, which was built in the 1400s as a gate to the city, the restaurant offers a fine dining experience and is beautifully lit by 300 candles.
Also close by, and definitely worthy of a visit, is the Scheepvaartmuseum. Housed inside a former naval building named ‘The Arsenal’, this National Maritime Museum is home to various interactive exhibitions which allow visitors to discover almost 500 years of maritime history. An amazing replica of the famous ship ‘Amsterdam’ is also moored at the quay outside the Scheepvaartmuseum. Another interactive museum nearby is the Nemo Science Centre. With several floors of scientific exhibitions such as ‘Everyone Electric’ and ‘Codename:DNA’, Nemo is an entertaining day out for adults and children alike.