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Located in a peaceful neighbourhood just outside the city centre, the stylish Lotus North Apartment accommodates up to four guests, offering a homely base for an authentic Amsterdam adventure.
This charming lodging provides a quality range of amenities that you would expect from a modern holiday home, and is comprised of a living and dining area, bedroom and bathroom. If you wish to house four persons, then the comfortable sofa converts easily into a double sleeping space for two. Grey and silver tones dominate the abode, creating a chic and sophisticated ambience that is further complimented by the fresh white walls and charismatic tiled floor. The living area contains a flat screen TV and DVD player, enabling you to sit back and relax with your guests, taking advantage of the international channels on offer.
The compact yet fully functioning kitchen enables the cost effective option of home dining, allowing you to impress your party with a delectable array of dishes, which can be enjoyed at the cosy dining table. The bright bedroom benefits from plentiful natural light, ample storage space and two single beds. The beautifully presented bathroom includes a toilet, sink and shower.
Situated in the leafy Plantage district, this Amsterdam accommodation grants its guests an authentic Dutch experience, benefitting from local amenities and the wealth of nearby attractions. The apartment is actually nestled between the popular Artis Zoo, which dates as far back as 1838 and is actually one of the oldest zoos in Europe, and the equally historic Hortus Botanical Gardens. Established in the early 17th century as a garden for cultivating medicinal herbs, this fascinating centre now commands an expansive area and is home to more than 4,000 plant species, boasting attractive and informative displays. There is even a tropical butterfly house, always popular with younger members of the family, and a delightful cafe complete with a generous outdoor terrace, wonderfully positioned in the recently renovated Orangery.
Also close by is the vibrant Rembrandtplein, located on the opposite bank of the picturesque Amstel River. This fashionable square is lined with typical cafes, trendy bars and pulsating nightclubs and borders two of the capital’s most visited cinemas, the Pathe de Munt multiplex and the stunning Tuschinski Theatre, which boasts a breathtaking main auditorium.