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|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
This light and airy double bedroom apartment is located in Ijselbuurt and is ideal for 1 or 2 people visiting the city for business or pleasure. It’s very close to the RAI Exhibition and Conference Centre, Amsterdam’s Old South (also known as the Museum Quarter) and about 20 minutes away from central Amsterdam where you can visit many other tourist sites that the city is famed for.
The Congress Centre B4 is an exceptionally spacious 1 bedroom apartment and very light and airy with lots of natural light coming in. It’s very neutral in design and colour scheme so it feels very cosy and welcoming when you walk in. This modern short stay apartment is located on the second floor with a lovely street view. The living room has large windows that let is lots of light and a black sofa with a table, lamp and rug and also a work station which is ideal for business travellers. The dining and kitchen area is separated by a large modern storage and book unit. There is a lovely and inviting double bedroom with a bedside cabinet and wardrobe with a large mirrored door, which is just perfect for when you’re getting ready for a day out in Amsterdam or getting suited for a business outing. The modern bathroom is well maintained with white, beige and grey colours and comes with a shower and tiled walls and floor.
This spacious 1 bedroom apartment is situated in Ijselbuurt which is an area very close to many key attractions and districts. If you’re on a business trip this area is ideal because it’s quiet and you’re only a short 10 minute tram ride away from the RAI Exhibition and Conference Centre. If you walk for about 2 minutes to Victorieplein you can catch the number 12 tram to Amsterdam’s Old South which is also known as the Museum Quarter because it’s home to some of the most renowned museums such as the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and also Coster Diamonds where you can sparkle on the free tours around its factory. On your way to the Old South you could stop over on Maasstraat for a great pizza at the Mangiamore restaurant or enjoy dining in the many cosy cafes and plush restaurants in the Museum Quarter such as Sama Sebo, L'entrecôte et les dames and Chang-I. You’re also a short tram ride away from central Amsterdam with Tram 4 where you can enjoy the city’s other famous attractions such as Dam square, the Old Church the Red Light District.