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Accommodating up to four guests, this contemporary one bedroom apartment occupies a prime position within Amsterdam’s stylish Jordaan district.
Conveniently situated within this sought after neighbourhood, renowned for its flair and elegance, this apartment offers a welcome retreat for you and your companions. Boasting authentic features such as high ceilings, large windows and attractive wooden floors, the apartment effortlessly blends modern with traditional.
The living room, furnished with a comfy sofa bed, an additional sofa, a chic armchair, a coffee table and a flatscreen television with DVD player, provides a place where you can relax and unwind following a busy day. The fashionable kitchen is fully equipped with everything you will need to enable you to prepare a home cooked meal, which can be enjoyed together in comfort at the delightful dining table.
Beaming with an abundance of natural light and consisting of two centrally positioned single beds with bedside tables, the bedroom creates the model setting for a good night’s sleep. Completing this contemporary abode is the apartment’s refreshing bathroom, which is fitted with a toilet, sink and shower enclosure.
Ideally located within easy reach of a number of shops, cafes and restaurants, this apartment is perfectly positioned within Amsterdam’s chic and stylish Jordan district. Much-loved by locals and tourists alike, the area is brimming with delightful boutiques and fine dining establishments. Originally created in the 1600s to house the city’s ever expanding working class population, the Jordaan soon became poor, overcrowded and run down. During the 1970s the neighbourhood was transformed by a much needed facelift, resulting in the fashionable district that it is today.
The Jordaan is also the home of many of the city’s must see sights and attractions, which can all be found just a short walk away from the apartment. One such sight is the stunning 17th century Westerkerk (West Church), which boasts a huge 85 metre high tower as well as some truly incredible architecture. Another must see attraction is the famous Anne Frank House Museum, which is situated along the banks of the picturesque Prinsengracht Canal, within Amsterdam’s renowned Canal Belt. The house is where Anne Frank wrote her iconic diary, whilst she and her Jewish family hid from the Nazis during the Second World War.
Great apartment, have stayed in different places in amsterdam for the past 10years including 4, 3 star hotels and hostels and this was diffently the best value for money outta all of them. Greatgavin - Date: 08-11-2013