|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Double sofa beds:||1|
|Stairs in apartment:||Yes|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
With the astonishing Oosterdok just outside the window, this compact studio apartment is ready to provide a group of four with comfortable accommodation and a great location.
Excellent location in the vicinity of Amsterdam Centraal is not the only chief asset of this cosy place. The modern feel grants you a truly wonderful living experience and the host of functional solutions is a guarantee of convenience and comfort.
The bright all-in-one interiors enjoy a very chic décor and feature a smart layout, offering a modern sofa – easily convertible into a double sleeping option, a small dining table with a set of chairs, a flatscreen TV for some home entertainment and a well-equipped kitchenette recessed under the flight of stairs which will take you to the upper level, where you’ll find a double bed. As you can see, there’s enough room for everyone.
This cosy apartment comes also with a separate bathroom fitted with toilet, sink and a shower to make it fully-functional and ready to be taken advantage of.
Important information: The Harbour Loft Studios are located in a separate building adjacent to the small courtyard at the back of the main building. This building can only be reached through the main building and the courtyard, this route includes 1 flight of stairs to the lower ground level.
This great apartment allows you to feel the essence of urban marine living. The direct neighborhood of Oosterdok adds to the overall appeal of the location, but the ‘shoreline’ abounds with plenty of attractions as well. To start with, you’re bound to be delighted by the vicinity of the remarkable structure of the ever-amazing NEMO Science Centre, where you can discover the secretes of marine life, or enjoy a truly astonishing view of the surroundings.
It is not all about the sea, though. Come ashore and explore the nooks of the infamous Red Light District, check out the legendary Café in de Waag on Nieuwmarkt (a cup of coffee at this place is highly recommended) or stroll down to the Plantaage to enjoy a moment in the stimulating Hortus Botanicus or watch some antics of the most unusual species of fauna in the neighboring Artis Royal Zoo. Moreover, if you cross the canal of Amstel, you’ll be only meters away from the breathtaking Canal Belt lined with great shops, cafés, bars, restaurants, markets, galleries and all sorts of attractions you’d expect from a city like Amsterdam.
As detailed in my response at Q1 aboveNEIL - Date: 24-02-2015