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The spectacular Central VIP 3 Amsterdam boasts three bedrooms and stunning design, generously accommodating up to six guests in Amsterdam’s historic centre.
This beautiful lodging is dripping in character and style, with the authentic features of its 250 year history dotingly maintained to this day. Comfortably spread over a spacious 100 square metres and distributed across two levels, this charismatic abode is certain to delight you with a unique experience that you will treasure long after your holiday is over.
Recently renovated to an incredibly high standard, it is clearly visible that this apartment is a product of professional architects with interior designers commissioned to accentuate the interior. The first prominent feature that cannot fail to impress its guests is the exquisite exposed ceiling beams that run throughout the lower level. The luxurious living room contains ample comfortable seating and an impressive 40 inch flat screen TV, creating a relaxed and welcoming environment for you to enjoy an evening’s entertainment with your fellow guests. The soothing wooden floors continue into the fashionable dining area, which can be utilised for indulging in your favourite home cooked meals. The fully functioning and pristinely presented kitchen contains everything you require to prepare such culinary treats. The quirky staircase will lead you to the second floor which includes two romantic attic bedrooms, both featuring classical decor and two sumptuous single beds each. The third bedroom is located downstairs next to the stunning bathroom, comprised of a bathtub and shower.
Located on a quintessential Dutch street, this Amsterdam accommodation affords an enviable position between the chaotic city centre and the peaceful museum district. Neighbouring the wide avenue of Vijzelstraat, the apartment has access to local amenities such as supermarkets, cafes and two cinemas, both reachable in less than ten minutes by foot. The first multiplex is quite a recent addition to the capital, whereas the adjacent Tuschinski dates back to the early 1900s and is considered one of the most beautiful cinemas in the world. The main auditorium is simply spectacular and an absolute must see for any movie enthusiast.
Also close by is the tremendous Rijksmuseum, situated just over the water close to the Vondelpark. This mammoth construct of architectural grandeur is certainly a sight to behold and houses an impressive collection of over a million objects, including paintings, sculptures, prints and much more. It is also home to the Dutch Masterpieces exhibition, featuring the highlights of the Golden Age. Worthy of the ticket price alone, this stunning anthology attracts over a million visitors annually. After a day’s cultural activity, why not visit the nearby Vondelpark and enjoy the last of the afternoon’s sunrays. This popular and expansive area attracts thousands of individuals, tourists and locals alike, and contains a few charming and authentic cafes where you can treat yourself to a beer on the sunny terraces.