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Our warm and welcoming Tropen apartments are beautifully located in the green Eastern Park area. Overlooking the Tropen museum these 70 sqm. apartments make an idyllic and peaceful retreat, offering a perfect place to unwind after a busy day in town.
Located minutes from the city center and offering easy access to museums, restaurants, shops and entertainment in downtown Amsterdam.
The divinely decorated interior, with a chic fusion of fresh white decor, striking wooden floors and two comfortable bedrooms, offers you a satisfying home away from home experience.
The fashionable living area features a relaxing sofa, dining area, flat screen TV and fully equipped kitchen to ensure a comfortable stay at this bright and spacious apartment.
Each of the two bedrooms are neatly presented and are fitted with comfortable beds and wardrobe space. In the first bedroom you will find a double bed, the second bedroom features two single beds.
By unfolding the sofa bed in the living room this apartment can sleep up to 6 guests.
The stylish dark tiled bathroom features a comfortable bath/shower combination, designer radiator and the luxury of a double sink. The toilet is located separately.
Because the apartment is situated on the 2nd floor and only reachable by fairly steep stairs, it is less suitable for elderly or handicapped people.
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Please note that a baby cot is available for an extra charge of Euro 40 per night.
The apartment is located in the Oosterpark area, between the Oosterpark, Amsterdam’s first laid out green space in the 1880s, and the Dappermarket, one of Amsterdam's most popular fresh market offering a worldwide assortment of food en non-food.
Close by the Royal Zoo Artis it only takes a short 5 to 10 minute tram or bike ride to the city center.
The Oosterpark offers a perfect opportunity for a morning run or a lazy afternoon picnic.
Alongside the Oosterpark you will find a variety of restaurants and cafés as well as the Tropen Museum, this beautiful museum gives you an insight of Dutch colonial activities in the East Indies.
Don’t miss out on the numerous Indonesian and Surinamese takeaways nearby the Linnaeusstraat!