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The Prins Hendrik II Apartment is a modern and stylish two-bedroom Amsterdam apartment located in the dock area, near the central station, fit to accommodate up to 4 persons.
This two-floor apartment offers a great amount of space and light, combining modern solutions with accents of tradition. The wooden floors, high ceilings and big windows blend seamlessly with contemporary furnishings, creating a truly unique atmosphere. The generous first-floor living area features two comfortable sofas, a coffee table, a dining table with seating and a TV set. The open-plan kitchen area blends seamlessly with the living space and provides you with all the amenities you might need to prepare your own meals as you like them. The separate bright and roomy bedrooms are found on the top floor under the traditional sloped ceilings. One of them comes with a big double bed, while the other contains two single beds. The apartment contains also a modern, fresh bathroom with a shower, bathtub, toilet and sink.
The Prinsen 2 offers much space, as well as some magnificent canal views and is a perfect place to stay for larger groups or families looking for stylish accommodation in the heart of Amsterdam.
This apartment is suitable for families and couples.
Loud music and parties are not allowed.
The dock area offers fantastic views on the canal and the bay, but it is also provides you with opportunities to spend some quality time in many other ways. Wherever you go, there’s always something worth your attention.
First of all, you are within a walking distance away from Amsterdam Centraal, so taking a more distant trip to some more or less distant cities (like e.g. the Hague) shouldn’t be a problem. Still, if you want to focus on Amsterdam alone, then the vicinity of several metro stations and tram stops surely works to your advantage.
Moving along the colorful intersecting alleys, passing by the many lovely cafés and restaurants, intriguing galleries and museums, you should easily get to Nieuwmarkt where you can get many ordinary and less-ordinary articles, mainly organic food, books, antiques and some other interesting bargains. A bit to the west you’ve got the Oude Kerk – a magnificent historical church building, one the most central sights there are in this area.
The famous De Wallen (the Red Light District) is also within your reach; a very unique place, really worth seeing when you’re around. Alternatively, if you’re more into nature, you might find it interesting to visit the Artis Royal Zoo, or the Hortus Botanicus – both places offering some real ‘natural’ excitement.