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Luxurious two bedroom apartment with a roof terrace, for up to six people, centrally situated in the heart of Amsterdam.
Occupying the former home of the famous Dutch admiral Michiel de Ruyter, the residence combines a historic setting with instant access to the capital’s most popular attractions. The lodging is spaciously spread across 130 square metres and boasts harbour views, wooden floors, ceiling beams, fresh décor and modern fixtures. The living area is furnished with a sofa, flatscreen TV, a dining table and stylish wall hangings. The kitchen supplies all the essentials for home-cooking, including an oven, microwave, hob, grill, fridge, freezer, toaster and a dishwasher. The two bedrooms feature elegant wooden beams, with one double bed and four singles available in total. The tasteful bathroom contains a washbasin, toilet, bathtub and shower. The dwelling also provides a washing machine, iron, Wi-Fi and a wonderful roof terrace, perfect for relaxing together in the afternoon sun. Ideal for a family or a group of friends, the accommodation ensures an Amsterdam adventure to treasure.
The apartment inhabits the historic Prins Hendrikkade, which faces the harbour east of Central Station. This central location allows you to reach such popular hotspots as the Red Light District, Dam Square and the Canal Belt in a matter of minutes. Plenty of lesser known yet equally worthwhile attractions are also close at hand, including the family friendly Nemo Science Museum, the fun filled, glow in the dark mini golf and the fascinating National Maritime Museum, which comes highly recommended for visitors seeking more information about the late great Michiel de Ruyter. Live escape game fans should also check out Claustrophobia just around the corner, with the Wake Up room particularly acclaimed for newbies and seasoned escape artists alike.
A multitude of stores, cafes and restaurants are at your disposal, with nearby culinary highlights ranging from the unique Moes to the traditional Dutch favourite of Greetje. Amsterdam’s primary transport hub of Central Station is accessible on foot in less than 10 minutes, enabling easy admission to all four corners of the capital and beyond.