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If you’re travelling as a group of six and looking for convenience and practicality of accommodation in Amsterdam, look no further – you’ve found the thing to go for.
Once you’re at the spot, you’ll be absolutely amazed by the amount of space and light you’ll find inside the stylish interiors. The simple and smart décor highlights the practical nature of the place, while the plenty of pleasant additions create a truly homelike atmosphere.
Starting from the daily area, you’ll most surely appreciate the rich selection of the provided furniture comprising a double sleeping sofa, a pair of comfy armchairs, a smart coffee table and a flatscreen TV to offer you some quality home entertainment. The other section of this area is occupied by a semi open-plan kitchen fitted with a big range of cooking utensils and a stylish dining table complete with a set of chairs.
This fantastic apartment is also ready to serve you with perfect conditions for a good night sleep. Two separate bedrooms – one with two single beds, the other with one double bed – are there to be taken advantage of, each offering additional bedside items for your comfort. There’s also a modern separate bathroom at your disposal, featuring a sink, toilet and a shower cabin.
Amsterdam’s De Pijp is also known as the Latin Quarter, as it once used to be a home to local bohemian communities of artists and students. Today, however, it has become one of the most fashionable districts to live in and visit while in the Venice of the North, pleasing the eye with fantastic architecture, and the palate with a range of diverse eating establishments.
Your travel agenda should definitely include an obligatory visit to Albert Cuyp Markt. It stretches along Govert Flinckstraat and tempts the visitors with over 300 stalls offering a great variety of produce, ranging from fresh organic food to antiques, unique clothes and electronics. Name your price, strike a bargain and move on to catch a breath in the nearby Sarphatipark, or enjoy some fine meal at Marie Heinekenplein; this is also where you’ll find the incredible Heineken Experience, which is a real treat to all beer lovers.
Head west and right across the canal you’ll see the astonishing Museumplein, tempting you with art of different kinds. Apart from spots like Rijksmuseum, Stedelijkmuseum or Van Gogh Museum you will also be able to use an underground parking lot and an underground supermarket.
I found the larger accommodations of an apartment for a family much more enjoyable and convenient than a hotel.Ginger - Date: 07-07-2016