|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Stairs in apartment:||Yes|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
The Eastern Park Apartment Suite 1 is a luxurious two bedroom holiday rental apartment with a chic interior defined by its contemporary design and a use of modern furnishings. Close to Oosterpark, this apartment is ideal for those seeking stylish accommodation on the edge of the city centre.
This modern apartment, designed by up and coming Dutch architect Renato Perotti, was constructed with the intention of providing a relaxing environment for its guests. Divided over two levels, the contemporary interior includes everything required for a comfortable Amsterdam stay. The upper level consists of a stylish living area complete with comfortable sofa bed, the latest in audio-visual equipment, dining table with designer barstools and an open plan kitchen equipped with a four pit stove, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. The lower level consists of the two bedrooms and a large attractive bathroom with separate shower, bath and toilet. One bedroom contains a comfortable double bed and the other bedroom comes with two single beds. Sleeping up to 4 comfortably, this stylish apartment is ideal for those who appreciate quality.
This apartment is located on the corner of Oosterpark, Amsterdam’s first park, originally laid out in the 1880s. The park lies in what is known as the Plantage District, a largely residential area situated south-east of central Amsterdam developed during the 19th century with money made mostly from the cities diamond trade. Today the district is a peaceful, attractive, green neighbourhood with beautiful architecture and tree lined streets. Several of the cities attractions are nearby including the old city zoo Artis, the Hollandsche Schouwburg, the Tropen Museum and the Hortus Botanicus (botanical gardens). There are some fantastic bars, cafés and restaurants to be found in the area and Rembrandt Square in the city centre is just 15 minutes away on Tram 9.
Rate: 8.0ELENA - Date: 15-10-2012