|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Double sofa beds:||1|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Offering modern lodgings within Amsterdam’s sought after Jordaan district, this charming one bedroom apartment comfortably accommodates up to four guests.
Ideally located within a popular area of the city, this apartment provides an ideal base for you and your guests. Set upon the first floor of a traditional building, the apartment is the perfect starting point from which your explorations of this vibrant city can begin. The living room, which is furnished with a double sofa bed, a coffee table and a flatscreen television, is framed by several large windows which allow plenty of natural light to flow in. Attractive wooden floors lead you through to the stylish kitchen, where you will find all the necessary appliances needed to enable you to prepare a home cooked meal for you companions. An elegant dining table is also at your disposal, creating the model setting for an evening meal.
The spacious bedroom, which consists of a double bed and a roomy wardrobe in which you can store away your personal belongings, ensures you can enjoy a good night’s rest – much appreciated after a busy day. The refreshing bathroom, which is fitted with a toilet, sink and shower cubicle, effortlessly completes this charming abode.
The ensuite bathroom can only be accessed through the bedroom and cannot be closed off by a door, therefore keep in mind that privacy is limited.
Conveniently situated within the stylish Jordaan district of Amsterdam, this apartment is within easy reach of a number of must see sights and attractions, including the famous 9 Streets which is an area adorned with fine dining establishments, chic boutiques and fashionable shops. Also nearby is the striking Westerkerk (West Church), which was built in the early 1600s when the Jordaan was created. The church boasts some truly stunning architecture, including a spectacular 85 metre high tower. Rembrandt van Rijn, the famous Dutch artist was buried at the Westerkerk in 1669 in an unmarked grave.
A short walk to the north of the apartment will lead you to one of Amsterdam’s most popular tourist attractions, the Anne Frank House Museum. Welcoming visitors from all over the world, this canal side house is where Anne Frank and her Jewish family hid from the Nazis during the Second World War. It was within the secret annex of the building that Anne wrote her famous diary. The heart of the city, with its renowned attractions such as Dam Square, the Red Light District and the Old Church, is within close proximity and can be accessed easily on foot.
Fantastic apartments in an ideal location within the cityThomas - Date: 24-08-2017