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The cosy one bedroom Congress Centre Apartment A5 is perfectly suited to business travellers seeking close proximity to the RAI or holidaymakers looking for an authentic alternative to staying in Amsterdam's city centre.
Situated alongside the beautiful Amstel River in a charming residential neighbourhood, this short stay abode comfortably accommodates up to two guests. The open living and kitchen area is softly furnished with wooden flooring and fresh white walls. Complimented by the large windows permitting plentiful natural light, this space appears bright and invigorating. Amenities such as a flat screen TV, music player, study desk and comfy sofa enable you to feel right at home. The kitchen area is compact and efficient, and comes fully equipped with all facilities for you to take advantage of. You can enjoy your culinary creations at the dining table provided. The modern bedroom is simple and soothing, complete with crisp bed linen and storage cupboards for your personal items. Finally, the private bathroom is sleek and smart and contains a shower, sink and toilet.
This Amsterdam accommodation can be combined with our other apartments within the same building, a fantastic option for those travelling in larger groups.
This Amsterdam apartment is located in the Amstel area, overlooking the stunning river and in close proximity to the train station. This makes trips to and from the airport a breeze and also enables direct access to the city centre, just a fifteen minute journey away. For those visiting Amsterdam on business purposes, the RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre is reachable within twenty minutes by foot, or by a ten minute bus ride.
The Amstel River is one of the most iconic natural landmarks in the capital, with its banks home to numerous restaurants, cafes and art galleries. A ten minute stroll along the water will bring you to a totally unique dining experience, Ctaste. This relatively new restaurant is completely pitch black, with patrons entirely unaware of what occupies their plates. Blind and visually impaired staff attentively guide you to your table and through the duration of your meal. It truly is a shock on the senses and certainly worth a visit for those daring enough to try it.
If you wish to seek solace in a tranquil environment then Frankendael Park, the city's only remaining 17th century country estate, is just a short walk across the river. This romantic refuge possesses two picturesque gardens, Style and Landscape, plus a sunbathing and picnic area, and of course the park's namesake, the striking and historical Frankendael House.
Great location to see Amsterdam. Not in a tourist row but comfortably close to everthing! Thanks for a great trip!David - Date: 15-11-2012