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The Old Harbour H Apartment offers stylish accommodation for up to two business or leisure visitors, superbly situated overlooking the tranquil waters in Amsterdam’s historic centre.
This compact one bedroom abode efficiently utilises its space to create a warm and welcoming environment. Charismatic ceiling beams and soft wooden flooring adorn the entire lodging, which also enjoys plenty of natural light, filtered through the delightful windows. The cosy living area includes a luxurious corner sofa, which can be converted into a snug sleeping spot. A large flat screen TV and DVD player are also provided for your entertainment, offering the perfect place for relaxation after a demanding day in the city. The sophisticated dining table comes complete with four comfy chairs, granting a cosy setting for enjoying your breakfast or evening meals with your fellow guests. The modern kitchenette supplies everything you require to prepare basic meals. The beautiful bedroom oozes peace and comfort, housing two generous single beds and storage space for your personal items. The bright and fresh bathroom includes a toilet, shower and soothing bathtub.
Conveniently located within a ten minute walk of Amsterdam’s Central Station, this homely lodging lies opposite the Oosterdok, an attractive harbour which has recently undergone a dramatic refurbishment. This area is home to a number of fascinating attractions including the Nemo Science Centre, The National Maritime Museum and the city’s colossal library, all three destinations increasingly popular with children and teenagers. A wander west of this Amsterdam accommodation will lead you directly into the legendary Red Light District, an animated area inundated with tourists. This colourful neighbourhood is next to the city’s Chinatown, inhabited by some of the best restaurants in the capital. Locals and tourists alike are often found queuing outside such charming eateries to ensure a taste of their favourite dishes.
Those who hold a fervour for markets will be delighted to know that Amsterdam’s oldest and most interesting market square is a mere 750 metres from your doorstep. The Waterlooplein Flea Market originated in 1880 and rapidly became the most significant trading place for Jewish residents in the city, until the horror of World War II destroyed the community. Nowadays this busy square is affiliated with youth culture and is frequented by an alternative crowd, housing an impressive 300 stalls and attracting masses of tourists on a daily basis.