|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Double sofa beds:||1|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
A modern, relaxing apartment with one-bedroom close to Dapper Market and the Eastern Park.
This thoughtfully designed apartment makes great use of lighting to create a feeling of cosiness and relaxation. Decorated with modern furnishings yet retaining an air of comfort, the apartment will make you feel right at home from the moment you enter. Situated on the first floor of a building on a quiet street, you'll find this apartment a little haven from the bustle of the city outside. The living area has a comfortable sofa, perfect for watching a movie or relaxing with a good book. The open-plan kitchen is modern and features all the equipment you need to create meals at home, whether it's a complicated evening meal or a quick breakfast before hitting the city. There's also a dining area where you can all gather to enjoy meals together. The bedroom has a comfortable double bed, as well as a wardrobe to store personal belongings. The contemporary bathroom has a shower, sink and toilet.
The location of this apartment is excellent, giving you a taste of the vibrant, multicultural city that Amsterdam is, while remaining close to the city's major tourist attractions. It's in the eastern district of Amsterdam, which is just oustide the most central area. The street on which the building sits is quiet and nestled between the Oosterpark and the Dappermarket. The Oosterpark is the city's first large park and was created in 1891. It's a great place for a peaceful stroll or a picnic. The Dapper Market is one of the most famous in Amsterdam, and certainly one of the busiest. Here, you'll find a range of offerings from all over the world, and everything is on offer, from exotic food to textiles. It's open six days a week and welcomes an estimated 15,000 people daily. This area is known for being lively and multicultural, and this is reflected in the range of restaurants. You'll find cuisines from all over the world, including Greek, French, Turkish and Spanish. There are also lots of cafes and bars at which to relax over a drink. To reach the city centre, take the number 9 tram for ten minutes.