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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Situated in the heart of the city centre, the contemporary one bedroom White Room Apartment provides comfortable accommodation for up to 4 guests.
Occupying a prime location, this chic and modern apartment provides the perfect base for you and your guests. With its striking white walls and stunning décor, this apartment creates a peaceful atmosphere in which to relax and unwind. The living area, consisting of a stylish sofa bed, coffee table and flatscreen television with DVD player, is light and welcoming. Attractive tiled flooring leads you to the sophisticated kitchenette which is fully equipped with everything you will need to prepare a home cooked meal. You can enjoy your meals, together in comfort, at the smart breakfast bar/dining table.
The bedroom is cleverly divided from the living area by a curtain screen, creating a private haven in which to appreciate a good night’s rest following a busy day. The bedroom is furnished with an inviting double bed and has storage space for your personal belongings. An outstanding, luxurious bathroom, comprising of a state of the art bathtub, shower, sink and toilet, perfectly completes this contemporary abode.
Conveniently located at the heart of the vibrant city centre, this apartment is only minutes away from the main tourist attractions. The famous Red Light District with its vivacious nightlife is just a few streets away. Here, in the oldest part of the city and overlooked by the striking Old Church (Oude Kerk), the Red Light District attracts tourists from across the world. Also nearby is the city’s ‘China Town’. With an array of restaurants serving delicious Asian cuisine, it is also home to the Zeedijk Buddist Temple. The temple, with its distinctive colourful walls and traditional Chinese roof, is the largest one of its kind in Europe and is open daily to visitors.
No visit to Amsterdam would be complete without a visit to the renowned Dam Square, situated only minutes away. The bustling square is lined with cafes, restaurants and shops and often has entertainment on offer such as street performers, festivals and a ferris wheel. Dam Square is also home to the magnificent Royal Palace. Built in the 17th century, the palace is still used for Royal engagements and receptions. Another stunning building within the square is the huge Hotel Krasnapolsky which was the first hotel in the city to have warm water and telephones in each room at the end of the 19th century.