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Housing up to two guests, this inviting studio apartment makes the perfect base for an unforgettable experience in the heart of Amsterdam.
Wonderfully located close to Central Station amidst a host of interesting attractions, this modern dwelling allows you to explore the city’s delights with ease from the comfort of an authentic, peaceful neighbourhood. Stylishly presented with fresh, contemporary decor and furnishings, the studio provides an attractive refuge from Amsterdam’s bustling streets.
The intimate living space encourages complete relaxation after an exhilarating day in the company of a flatscreen TV and comfy sofa, ideal ingredients for a cosy night in. An efficient kitchen unit supplies all the essentials for simple home cooking during your stay, dramatically reducing the cost of restaurants, which can be enjoyed together at the small dining table. A double bed can be found on the upper mezzanine level and a private bathroom completes this appealing lodging with a sink, toilet and shower unit.
Overlooking the scenic Oosterdok, home of the wonderful NEMO Science Centre, this Amsterdam accommodation is superbly situated for a couple desiring authenticity and relaxation combined with immediacy to a multitude of tourist hotspots. The studio resides on the edge of the tranquil Plantage Quarter, renowned for its rich history, lush surroundings and abundance of cultural establishments, which include the fantastic Verzetsmuseum, which details life of the resistance during the Second World War, the striking Portuguese Synagogue and the poignant Hollandsche Schouwburg.
In the opposite direction lies the capital’s historic core, which houses such heavily frequented destinations as Dam Square, Central Station and the notorious Red Light District. This energetic neighbourhood comprises of a series of narrow alleyways and broad canals that are constantly brimming with activity due to its high concentration of bars, souvenir stores and coffeeshops. De Wallen, as it is locally known, also boasts some of Amsterdam’s oldest structures, such as the incredible Old Church. Dating back to the early 1300s, this iconic landmark still operates as an imperative religious and cultural venue and hosts the prestigious annual World Press Photo Exhibition.