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Fresh and friendly, this studio apartment offers a rewarding Amsterdam base in the heart of the city, comfortably accommodating up to four guests.
Overlooking the picturesque harbour close to Central Station, this delightful holiday abode grants easy access to numerous attractions and amenities, ranging from the vibrant Red Light District to the cultural hotspots of the peaceful Plantage Quarter. Employing a modern style and equipped with wooden floors, fresh decor and tasteful furnishings, the studio instantly welcomes after a busy day in the capital.
A flatscreen TV with international channels is provided for a cosy evening’s entertainment, which can be enjoyed from the comfy, convertible sofa bed, available to sleep two of your party. A resourceful kitchenette is also on hand for preparing snacks and simple meals during your stay, with an intimate dining table at your disposal for indulging in such delectable treats. The mezzanine level houses a double bed for a tranquil night’s sleep and the chic bathroom concludes the lodging with a sink, toilet and shower unit.
This Amsterdam holiday accommodation is strategically located for an enriching city encounter, occupying the beautiful Oosterdok adjacent to Central Station. Indeed, the capital’s principal transportation hub can be reached in just ten minutes on foot, allowing swift and affordable admission to Schiphol Airport and the remainder of the Netherlands. Close proximity to the historical core enables instant access to such popular tourist destinations as Dam Square and the Red Light District, in addition to a host of bars, cafes and restaurants.
However, a brief stroll south will remove you from the invading masses and deposit you in the charming and authentic quarter of the Plantage. Originating as a space for gardens and allotments, this serene neighbourhood has retained its green aesthetic and provides a home to a variety of worthwhile venues, including Hortus Botanical Gardens, Artis Zoo, the Verzetsmuseum and the Jewish Historical Museum. Shopping enthusiasts should also visit the nearby Waterlooplein, which hosts a daily flea market brimming with unusual items and exudes a bustling, friendly atmosphere.