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The two bedroom Old Harbour E Apartment boasts a warm and stylish interior and a privileged location, perfect for a large group seeking a central base in Amsterdam.
This delightful abode is conveniently situated close to Central Station, overlooking the historic Oosterdok, and has a capacity for up to six guests. Fresh and bright throughout, the lodging employs attractive wooden floors, charismatic ceiling beams and all the contemporary comforts that you would expect from a modern holiday apartment.
The living area benefits from plenty of natural light and offers scenic views across the water. Comfy seating, a flat screen TV and a spacious environment create a convivial atmosphere for you to relax and unwind with your party after a busy day sightseeing. The adjacent kitchen is smart and fashionable, and offers a full range of amenities for preparing your favourite dishes from home. The accompanying dining table grants a sophisticated yet hospitable setting for enjoying your culinary creations with your fellow guests. The neatly presented bedrooms are simple and soothing, and contain two single beds and one double in total. The two remaining visitors can utilise the convertible couch, should you wish to accommodate six. The handsome bathroom completes the apartment and consists of a double sink, bathtub and shower unit, with the toilet located separately for more convenience.
This Amsterdam accommodation is centrally located within five minutes of Central Station, making your journey to and from the airport hassle free. Situated in a quiet neighbourhood overlooking the scenic harbour or Oosterdok, this superb holiday apartment benefits from an abundance of local amenities, combined with direct access to a diverse host of attractions. This picturesque neighbourhood is home to the wonderful Nemo Science Centre, an instantly recognisable structure that is adored by children, the fascinating Harbour Museum, and the recently renovated National Maritime Museum, which is equally enlightening and also a fun day out for younger members of the family.
A multitude of restaurants, bars and cafes are also close at hand, with the nearby Red Light District and Chinatown offering a wealth of diverse venues. A highly recommended dining option is actually situated on the harbour itself, accessible in a ten minute stroll across the bridge. Hannekes Boom is a jovial, animated establishment that dates back to the 1600s, characterised by a rustic interior, cheerful atmosphere and friendly service. An outside seating terrace is also available, which provides stunning views over the water, and is particularly impressive in the evening when the gigantic outline of Nemo is illuminated against the black sky.