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Dapper Market 5 is a fantastic modern apartment in Amsterdam which sleeps up to four people. It is located in the multi-cultural Dapperbuurt area, close to central Amsterdam and the city’s popular Artis Zoo and other great tourist spots such as Oosterpark, Tropenmuseum and Dapper market.
This Amsterdam apartment is a great alternative to a hotel for up to 4 people; tourists or business professionals. It feels like a home away from home with its inviting and comfortable décor. There is a great open plan living and dining area and the whole apartment has a modern colour theme of whites, creams and greys. The living room comes with a comfortable grey sofa and large tall windows that let in lots of natural light making the space feel very open and fresh. The kitchen is white and comes with all the utilities needed for a short term trip to the city. There is a wooden table and black chairs where you can enjoy your meals together or which you could use as a work space. You’ll find an inviting double bedroom with fabulously stylish black and white wallpaper. One of best features in Dapper Market 5 is its gorgeous modern bathroom with white furnishings and very modern small grey wall tiles, a great shower unit and large mirror.
The Dapper Market 5 apartment is located in Dapperbuurt; a must-see multicultural district, which is a bit like what Soho is to London or Greenwich Village to New York. One of the highlights in this district is the lively Dappermarkt; one of Amsterdam’s busiest markets which you will find right outside your doorstep. The great thing about Amsterdam is that you’re never too far from anywhere. This modern short term apartment is only a 15 minute walk from Artis Zoo, or 10 minutes by tram. The Oosterpark and Tropenmuseum are also just a short walk away. While in Amsterdam you’ve got to hit central, which is about 12 minutes away via the Muiderpoort station, where you can find other famous tourist spots such as Dam square, Red Light District and Amsterdam’s popular museums like Anne Frank House and Rembrandt House, and many cafes and restaurants. One of the quickest and cheapest ways to get around the city is on bike and there are a number of companies where you can rent bikes during your short stay.