|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Double sofa beds:||1|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Jordaan Laurier Apartment B is a stylish 1-bedroom apartment that offers modern lodgings within Amsterdam’s sought after and picturesque Jordaan district.
This charming holiday home comfortably accommodates up to four guests. Set upon the first floor of a traditional building, the apartment is the perfect starting point from where your explorations of this vibrant city can begin. The living room, framed by several large windows which allow plenty of natural light to flow in, is furnished with a double sofa bed, another sofa, a coffee table and a flatscreen television. Attractive wooden floors lead you through to the modern open plan kitchen, where you will find all the appliances needed to prepare a home cooked meal. An elegant dining table is also at your disposal, creating the model setting for a meal together.
The comfortable and spacious bedroom, which consists of a double bed and a wardrobe, ensures you can enjoy a good night’s rest. The contemporary bathroom is fitted with a toilet, sink, bath and shower cubicle, and effortlessly completes this delightful 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.
We were very pleased with the ease of using Book Amsterdam Apartments. We booked online, received great instructions for checking in and obtaining keys from the site. When we arrived at the customer service desk at the airport (very convenient) we received very friendly and information from the personnel. The apartment was beautiful! Had all the accommodations as indicated! We would highly recommend both this site and specific apartment! Our apartment was in a fabulous location and just a few blocks from a major tram line. Enjoy your trip to Amsterdam!Derek - Date: 01-07-2013
Your website is excellent and staff are very helpful.Many thanks again..NEYYIRE AYSE - Date: 18-06-2013