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Luxurious, modern and located in the very centre of the city, the 2-bedroom Easy Living apartment offers comfortable accommodation for up to 4 guests.
Step inside this beautiful short stay apartment to discover a delightfully designed attic space with romantic angled walls and large windows allowing plenty of natural light. Immaculately styled throughout with wooden floorboards and contemporary furniture, you cannot imagine a more perfect base for your holiday in Amsterdam. Relax on the huge L-shaped sofa. From here you can make plans together for your next day’s sightseeing or just kick back and watch the excellent flat screen TV also provided for your entertainment. There’s a dining table and four chairs for enjoying meal times together whilst the stunning fully fitted open plan kitchen provides you with all the equipment you need for preparing your own meals. The bedrooms are sumptuously decorated with attractive storage furniture and mood lighting and of course comfortable double beds. The apartment features a private bathroom with a shower, sink and toilet.
This spacious holiday apartment provides enough room for you and all your guests to relax and enjoy your time together on holiday. It makes an excellent alternative to renting a suite of hotel rooms in the city. It’s always much more fun to eat and socialise together under the same roof.
You will find the Easy Living apartment along the beautiful Keizersgracht, one of the four major canals that loop the old city centre known as the Canal Belt. This is surely the prettiest district in the city with its tree-lined water-way and charming houseboats floating at the water’s edge.
The apartment is on the corner of Utrechtstraat where you can catch any number of trams into the city centre taking only minutes to reach Central Station.
Wander two minutes immediately east from your front door and you will see that the canal joins the majestic Amstel River. A few minutes’ walk south is the famous Skinny Bridge that features in the classic 1971 James Bond film Diamonds are Forever.
Be sure to explore the little streets the link each of the major canals. They are rather unimaginatively known as the Nine Streets. However, the unusual curiosities, antiques, art, vintage clothing and food sold from the many boutiques and shops here are certainly far from boring.