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The ACCA Canal I apartment of Amsterdam is a bright and roomy place to stay for up to six persons looking for comfortable accommodation near the more bohemian part of the city.
Boasting a huge amount of space, lots of daylight and many exciting elements of décor, the apartment provides a great living experience close to many landmarks of Amsterdam. The stylish and spacious living room, covered with charming wooden floors, features large windows (including one bay window offering access to a private balcony), a big corner sofa, a TV-DVD home entertainment set, some original seating items and a couple of storage units. It opens onto the dining area with a dining table and a set of chairs, placed right beside the kitchenette equipped with all the amenities you may find useful for homelike cooking.
The apartment comes with as many as three bedrooms with double beds. Each bedroom is cosy, romantic and intimate and features some storage and seating units, as well many classy decorative accents. The place is complete with two modern and fresh bathrooms – one with a bathtub and shower, the other with a shower only, both with a toilet and a sink.
Note that there is also an option to open another large bedroom with additional mattresses and bathroom, making the place suitable for up to 10 persons; if you wish to book the apartment for such large group, please contact our customer service first. Party and drugs in the apartment are not allowed and Balcony not to be use after 23:00 at night.
The ACCA Canal I apartment is located in the area of Costabuurt, near the picturesque water canal and the lovely Costaplein. The latter has got a quite interesting story of origin of its present look, as it came about with the municipality’s decision to reroute the roads surrounding this square in the 80s. This way, the place retained a character of a green oasis in the middle of the busy city centre and the locals liked it so much that it has been decided not to allow any pieces of art being placed in this area. A piece of plain nature within an urban setting.
If you wish to explore Amsterdam from its most exciting side, then you should reach De Clercqstraat, stop by at one of the local eating establishments like the Thai Kitchen, Café Burito Mexicaans, Fuoco Vivo or Sterk Avondverkoop offering a variety of cuisine, and then proceed across the canal to the east. You’ll reach the Rozengracht – one of the most representative streets of the city, lined with even more of the wonderful cafés, bars and restaurants, as well as a whole range of shops, boutiques and lovely traditional Dutch tenements.
The street will lead you to the fabulous district of Jordaan – a place to be if you’re out for some less official atmosphere. With the amazing bohemian charm, this area boasts a truly friendly and warm atmosphere; the mix of lovely narrow alleys and beautiful squares will surely make your Amsterdam stay as pleasant as it can get. Moreover, the additional option to visit some of the local landmarks, like the Museum Electric Ladyland, the Amsterdam Tulip Museum, the Westerkerk, Anne Frank Museum and some of the finest markets will definitely make your trip complete.